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Future of Crime Prevention and Policing Panel: Det. John Baeza, Dale Brown, and David Gornoski

In this special roundtable discussion, David Gornoski is joined by former NYPD detective John Baeza and Dale Brown, founder of the Detroit Threat Management Center. The conversation explores some of the most important topics of our time, especially in light of George Floyd’s death, such as the prevention of crime through nonviolent means; the transformation […]

The George Floyd Case Revisited with John Baeza

In this special episode, David Gornoski is joined by retired New York detective John Baeza. David and detective Baeza discuss how we can improve the application of law and order and prevent violent crimes effectively. Detective Baeza also talks about some of the latest news surrounding the FBI investigation of the Capitol protests as well […]

Georgia Senate Race, GOP are Designated Losers

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the Georgia senate race and what a Democrat-dominated house, senate, and presidency will look like. “The team that doesn’t believe as fervently in big government as the other team is the designated loser,” David says about the GOP, highlighting their hypocrisy on government expansion and foreign policy. […]

Sheriff Grady Judd on the Nature of Evil, Gun Control, and Law

In this exciting interview, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd sits down with David Gornoski. The two discuss a variety of topics, including the murder of Florida City Commissioner Edie Yates; the root cause of homicides; the psychology of evil; the future of law-enforcement under a Biden administration; defending the 2nd Amendment; the sheriff’s role in […]

Angela Stanton-King: Setting the Captives Free

In this classic interview from October 21, 2019, David Gornoski is joined by criminal justice advocate Angela Stanton-King. The two discuss the successes that came from President Trump’s First Step Act; the Christian case for setting the captives free; the need to provide redemption to first-time non-violent offenders; the folly of creating violence through prohibition […]

Ryan McMaken: The Futute of Twitter, Decrease in Real Crime Arrests

Mises Institute’s Ryan McMaken calls in to comment on the increasing censoring by social media companies. Ryan highlights how these new media “platforms” are becoming more open about pushing their political agendas like the TV media of old. Is there any way to hold these Big Tech companies accountable? Will Twitter meet a similar fate […]

Taking Negative Thoughts Captive with Neo Positivity

How do we break out of the bleakness and uncertainty of 2020? Neo Davila, founder of NeoPositivity.com and host of the popular Masters of the Law of Attraction podcast, joins David Gornoski to help us tackle this question. What do we do when we hear some really bad news? How do we handle this “new […]

David Gornoski on Kanye West’s Presidential Platform, Dale Brown Models New Security Vision

David Gornoski comments on Kanye West’s announcement to run for president. What makes a person qualified to run for president? David reflects on this question and points us to past candidates who were deemed ‘qualified’ for the presidential role and their utter disregard for the constitution in waging wars and imposing coercive laws. Plus, Dale […]

Detective John Baeza on the Rayshard Brooks Shooting

Former NYPD detective John Baeza calls in to comment on the disbanding of plainclothes officers in New York City and the Wendy’s police shooting in Atlanta. Detective Baeza believes that the disbanding has nothing to do with reform and more to do with pandering to certain interest groups. On the Rayshard Brooks shooting, Baeza brings […]

A Closer Look at our Civil Unrest with Willie Fort

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Hollywood talent agent Willie Fort and the two discuss the mob fury that has been going on for the past few days. To the people trying to justify the riots, Willie asks, “If black lives matter why are you looting and destroying black businesses?” Willie also highlights […]