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Erin Haney: Reform in Probation and Parole

In this episode, David Gornoski and co-host Chelsea Murphy are joined by Erin Haney, lawyer and Policy Director at Reform Alliance. Erin talks about a variety of topics related to criminal justice reform, particularly the stumbling blocks for prisoners under community supervision. “Unfortunately, it really is such a broken system and what ends up happening is […]

What is Freedom? NFL Star Jack Brewer: Trump’s Impact on Minority Communities

David Gornoski starts the show by reminding us of how Trump granted clemency to many non-violent federal inmates like Alice Marie Johnson, John Bolen, and Duke Tanner. In today’s election day episode, David Gornoski is joined by former NFL star, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Jack Brewer. The two discuss President Trump’s impact on the criminal justice […]

David Gornoski on the Hypocrisy of Jennifer Aniston, Old Gods Reborn as Political Correctness

Jennifer Aniston recently remarked that it’s “irresponsible” to vote for Kanye while proclaiming her vote for Biden based on women’s rights. “How many women’s bodies were destroyed by Barack Obama and Joe Biden in Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria?” David Gornoski asks the actress who claims to be pro-choice. “These people,” David says, referring to the […]

Keith Weiner on Prices and Regulations, Alice Marie Johnson: “Not Afraid of Cancel Culture”

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals joins David Gornoski for another in-depth segment on the economy. What does it mean when we hear of prices going up in the market? Does market regulations have something to do with the rise and fall of prices? Is there any such thing as a good regulation? Also in the […]

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 […]

The People’s Justice Reform with Amy Povah, Jan Schneiderman, Janet Lee

The Democratic party thinks that the average voters are dumb enough to buy Kamala Harris’ racial identity while perpetuating injustices upon people of all colors. David Gornoski offers additional insights into Kamala Harris being picked as Biden’s VP. Plus, Amy Povah, and friends of CAN-DO Clemency Foundation, Jan Schneiderman and Janet Lee, join David Gornoski […]

David Gornoski on the Religiosity of the ‘Woke’ Movement

“Because we have Christian storytelling in our roots, we have to posture as dying, persecuted victims in our attempts to take power away from someone.” David Gornoski explains how the social justice movement has hijacked the Christian aesthetic of defending victims from violent mobs; he urges us to reject the mirroring of the mob and […]

Alec Klein: Why do Innocent People Go to Prison?

Can someone be put behind bars without presenting an injured party? Why do the innocents suffer injustice and what sense can we make of their suffering? Alec Klein, best-selling author and award-winning journalist, joins David Gornoski to talk about the tough situations faced by inmates during this pandemic and his upcoming book Aftermath, which tells […]

Classic Interviews: The John Baeza Files

Back in 2018, David Gornoski sat down with retired narcotics detective and Ron Paul’s head of security John Baeza. Watch the interview above. David Gornoski: In this powerful video interview, retired detective John Baeza shines a light on the darkness of our criminally unjust justice system. Before he was Ron Paul and Rand Paul’s head […]

What Is Your Freedom Worth?

Are our freedoms worth the modern-day human sacrifices in endless wars abroad and non-violent offenders thrown behind bars and placed amongst murderers and rapists? David Gornoski ponders on this and the big questions about the COVID-19 lockdown. All this and more on A Neighbor’s Choice! Original airdate: April 21, 2020 Listen to the podcast below: