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Do Foreign Lives Matter to the Media? Craig Cesal Receives Clemency

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the media’s unceasing proselytization for the corrupt establishment as well as the coming Biden administration’s promise to subjugate the masses into a “Great Reset.” Listen to the full episode as David is joined by Craig Cesal, who recently received his clemency from President Trump, and CAN-DO Clemency’s […]

Craig Cesal on Fake Media Justice vs Real Justice

David Gornoski starts the hour by reacting to Kanye West’s latest election ad. He is then joined by Craig Cesal who was imprisoned for a nonviolent marijuana offense. Craig takes us through his experience from being imprisoned for a first-time offense–repairing trucks used to transport marijuana–to home confinement. What led to the use of marijuana […]

James Kourtides, David Gornoski on Rene Girard’s I See Satan Fall Like Lightning, Gospel Technology

How do we understand the growing undifferentiation–the breaking apart of traditional hierarchies–in western society? How can the church regain the gospel aesthetic of standing for the hidden victims of our society? The church must tell the stories of victims, David says, and in doing so, woke culture would evaporate in an instant. But then how […]

Pastor Dr. Darrell Scott on Criminal Justice, Police Reform

Dr. Darrell Scott, pastor of New Spirit Revival Center and CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, joins the show to discuss police and criminal justice reform. Dr. Scott believes that we should be sensitive to both sides of the current issue over police reform; excessive force should be dealt with but we have […]

Dr. Yu on Animal Magnetism and Other Science News, Craig Cesal on Returning Home, and Jeff Deist on Social Justice

Dr. Weiping Yu comments on an article at UC Berkeley that says aquatic bacteria uses magnetic properties to navigate underwater. Dr. Yu also addresses the claim that physicists may have solved the long-standing mystery of matter and antimatter. The physicist believes that antimatter is ‘science fiction’ and instead proposes that particles have both positive and […]

David Gornoski on Victimism, Jack Brewer on Christlike Justice

David Gornoski explains why we should reject media-perpetuated fake ‘social justice’ issues and instead focus on real people suffering from real oppression. “Political correctness is all about pretty speech codes while bombing the ever-loving daylights out of innocents around the world.” Like the issues of mass incarceration and wars abroad, David also brings some much-needed […]

Mark Sunwall on Jacques Ellul and Propaganda

David Gornoski reflects on the joyous news of Craig Cesal coming home and the long road that lies ahead for setting the captives free. Also, anthropologist and economist Mark Sunwall calls in to discuss the work of French philosopher Jacques Ellul. Sunwall brings attention to Ellul’s work on propaganda and how an understanding of Ellul’s […]

How the Gospel Technology Works

Host David Gornoski explains how we can be freed from the shackles of collectivism by looking to the Biblical story of the woman caught in adultery. He who is without sin may cast the first stone, Jesus told the persecuting mob. The first step is the recognition of our part in societal injustices. Abandoning the […]

Angela Yee and David Gornoski Talk Race and Justice in America

In light of the George Floyd murder and the civil unrest that has followed, how can we get past our differences and find solutions? “I think first there has to be an acknowledging of the problem,” says Angela Yee, “Some people say there’s no racism and white supremacy, no hierarchy, and that’s simply not true.” […]

Tho Bishop on Public Unions’ Perpetuation of Bad Policing

Bad cops need to be held liable but public unions often stand in the way, claims Tho Bishop as he explains how the tragic George Floyd incident is the consequence of bad bureaucracy, unreformed policing, and the people of Minneapolis voting in all these things that have now come back to haunt them. Public unions […]