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Our Shocking Acceptance Of State Sanctioned Violence

This article originally appeared at The American Conservative on October 23, 2017. “Do you mean to tell me, that if there was a law against state attorneys using blue pens and you found incontrovertible evidence that I was using blue pens, you could not follow the law and render a guilty verdict based on the […]

The Storytelling Revolution of Jesus

Why is single-payer nutritional science antithetical to science? Is it okay to sacrifice nonviolent persons for societal harmony? David Gornoski continues to answer how we can build a free society within a “machine of coercion.” “We have to tell stories,” David says, “in order to stop people from doing foolish things.” Join David in this […]

Hidden Victims of the Uniparty Cry Out

David Gornoski reads from Donald J. Devine’s book “Enduring Tension” wherein the author talks about scapegoating as the heart of government. Is Florida the future of conservatism? Why is the corporate press targeting Florida all of a sudden? Is it true that Trump pardoned only his friends and allies? Listen to the show to find […]

Chelsea Murphy: Future of Criminal Justice in Florida

David Gornoski and Chelsea Murphy start the episode with a review of 2020’s criminal justice reforms in Florida and what needs to be done in the future with regards to the nanny state laws and government over-regulations. Also in the show, David talks about how the media spins Trump’s pardons by making them out to […]

Amy Coney Barrett Seals SCOTUS, the “Tough on Crime” Fallacy

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the news of Amy Coney Barrett sealing the Supreme Court confirmation. Plus, David also comments on what it means to be “tough on crime.” Is defending non-violent offenders from unjust sentences contrary to being “tough on crime?” We know from history, David says, that prohibition gives rise […]

Elizabeth Rogliani on Life Under Venezuelan Socialism, Amy Povah Talks with Frank Merold on Release

YouTube commentator Elizabeth Rogliani joins David Gornoski to talk about the cultural and political transformation of Venezuela into a socialist state. What are the cultural changes that had to take place? Can America shake off the current elitist call for less liberty and more socialism? CAN-DO Clemency’s Amy Povah calls in to give us the […]

Anna Paulina Luna on Her Race for US Congress

David Gornoski starts off the show with the latest news surrounding the RNC, particularly the news of a hysterical mob circling an exiting Rand Paul and his wife. The frightening question, David says, is what lays in store for us when Trump is no longer around for the possessed leftist crowd to scapegoat? Listen to […]

Anthony Sabatini on Fighting for Galen Wood and against the COVID-19 Shutdowns

Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini joins us fresh from his victory in defending Galen Wood and his business property rights during the shutdown. The energetic young conservative tells us how he helped Galen Wood win, how we can fix our destructive foreign policy, and how our government can mitigate the COVID-19 crisis. “If you make […]

Galen Wood and Rufus Rochell on Shining a Light for Liberty, Mercy and Justice

How important is it to stand up for our freedom? Pinellas County’s Galen Wood, store owner of Kitchen Table Games, was arrested for allegedly violating lockdown orders but has successfully defended himself from all charges. Fresh off the victory, Galen joins David Gornoski to talk about his experience and triumph for liberty. Plus, CAN-DO Clemency’s […]

CAN-DO Clemency’s Mission for True Justice

Did you know that non-violent offenders of the law are now increasingly exposed to the COVID-19 cirus in crowded prisons? Host David Gornoski is joined by Anrica Caldwell and Amy Ralston Povah from CAN-DO Clemency, and together they discuss how to bring about true justice and CAN-DO Clemency’s mission of advocating clemency for non-violent drug […]