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Aiming for Heaven

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the Facebook “whistleblower” campaign with the help of Glenn Greenwald’s latest exposé on the story. Join David for this episode as he offers his analysis on the latest news before pointing us to C.S. Lewis’ advice of “aiming for heaven.” Is printing money out of thin air […]

How Art Challenges Us, Solving Problems Neighbor to Neighbor

David Gornoski comments on further developments on Ron DeSantis’ war on drug mandates, how art challenges our preconceived notions, the DOJ’s remarks on religious exemptions to drug mandates, the failure of coercion, and more. Also in the show, John Dasgupta calls in to talk about the failure of the collectivist approach of politics, a person-to-person […]

The Freedom Flu, Southwest Airlines Strike

Why do so many Twitter profiles claim to “resist” when they want you to comply without question? former WWE wrestler Glenn Jacobs asks. What are the latest developments in the Southwest Airlines pilots’ strike? How do we salvage the rule of law from the passion of the crowd? Jason Jones, host of the Jason Jones […]

The Southwest Airlines Strike, Labor Shortage

Jim Babka, the president of DownsizeDC.org and a friend of the show, joins David Gornoski to talk about the Southwest Airlines strike, why young Americans are not going to work, the dominance of the market by crony capitalism; and more. Also in the show, James Kourtides of the Rooster’s Crow podcast calls in to talk […]

Truth is Like an Orchestra

How do we break free from the half-truths of mimetic rivalry? “There is meaning, truth, and right and wrong,” says David Gornoski as he dismisses relativism and brings attention to humanity’s addiction to power. David comments on the news around CHAZ in Seattle and points to how we are always forced into worshipping one person […]