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Developing a Culture of Kindness

David Gornoski starts the episode with some reflections on the notion of mandating medicine, employee shortages, pandemic long-term effects, and Biden’s declining ratings. Are healthy diets more effective than patented drugs? Can the GOP move past Trump’s movement? How are small businesses reacting to the proposed drug mandate? How do we create a culture of […]

11 States File Lawsuit Against Biden’s Mandate

In this episode, Morgan Streetman guest hosts A Neighbor’s Choice and he starts the show with the news that Florida now has the lowest COVID rate in the entire country. Why did Italy revise the number of fatalities in the pandemic? Is there any chance for the states to successfully compete against Biden’s draconian drug […]

Why Are Hospital Emergency Rooms Getting Overwhelmed?

David Gornoski talks about the complete defeat of the Democratic party in the aftermath of the recent gubernatorial elections, the releasing of workers due to the drug mandates, the overwhelming of emergency rooms in America’s hospitals, soccer players collapsing during matches in Europe, the latest revelation from the Durham investigation, and more.

Ethical and Economic Issues in the Pandemic

In this episode, Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute is joined by Dr. Michel Accad. The two talk about the mortality rates from the state decreed drugs, whether the pandemic virus is novel, the decline in medical ethics, and more. Also joining Jeff Deist is Mises Institute senior editor Ryan McMaken who talks about the […]

Science and U: The Sense of Smell

Is the sense of smelling our primary means of alerting us to nearby danger? Is it possible for our minds to lose their connection with smelling as many in the pandemic have reported? Dr. Weiping Yu returns with Science and U to give us some fascinating insights into these questions and more.

The Collapse of Media Mythmaking

In this episode, James Kourtides of the Rooster’s Crow podcast calls in to talk about the negligence of early pandemic treatment, the totalitarian capture of public discourse, the supply chain crisis, and more. Also in the show, David is joined by John Dasgupta, A Neighbor’s Choice writer, for an in-depth discussion on public school indoctrination, […]

Ivan Illich’s Critique of Modern Healthcare

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by John Dasgupta, a writer for A Neighbor’s Choice, and the two discuss the state-hijacking of health institutions worldwide. David and John also talk about how the Gospel accounts gave rise to the universal concern for victims of violence; how this concern for victim is twisted by the […]

Facebook Goes Down, Should We Care?

The way of the world is to get caught up in groupthink and shift blame onto others, but Jesus shows us another way. David Gornoski is back and he recalls what’s been happening with the show since last week. What happened to Facebook? How should we react to its decline? Is the Drudge Report going […]

Are the Mandated Drugs Safe for You?

What did the inventor of the mRNA technology say about the mandating medicines and the political scapegoating of those who are hesitant against these mandates? What really happened at the public FDA hearing more than a week ago? Are the mandated stabs safe for us? What are some prominent sports personalities saying about the jabs? […]

Analyzing the State-Sponsored Attack on Generic Medicine

Why is obesity rising in American children and where are the FDA and Fauci on this issue? Join David Gornoski as he addresses the public health institution’s silence on the impact nutrition has on our bodies while also commenting on the Big Tobacco-style hit on generic medicines. What are doctors like Tess Lawrie saying about […]