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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Brett Veinotte: Why Public School Fails

In light of Harvard’s recent claims and the ongoing pandemic, it’s time we had an honest discussion on public schools and homeschooling. Brett Veinotte, host of School Sucks podcast, joins David Gornoski to discuss how public schools have failed to instill a sense of liberty and instead have imposed herd mentality on the children of […]

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 […]

Jim Bovard: What Happened to Duncan Lemp?

A few days ago, a SWAT team broke into the house of a 21-year-old Marylander and shot him while he was sleeping. Why was he shot and are the police being held accountable for this indiscriminate killing? Investigative journalist and USA Today columnist Jim Bovard returns to the show to talk about about the curious […]

Lessons from India and David Lynch with the Surfing Violinist

Should humanity be robbed from life-saving information just because the information doesn’t align with the political ideologies of silicon valley? Listen to David Gornoski as he unleashes on the censoring undertaken by YouTube and other social media sites. Also, Ford Seeuws, known as the Surfing Violinist on YouTube, joins us to reflect on lessons from […]

Does the Universe have a North and South?

It’s time to rethink the standard model of physics! Dr. Weiping Yu returns to the show in a another scintillating segment of Science and U. In this episode, Dr. Yu and David Gornoski discuss the latest scientific findings suggesting that the fundamental constant of physics isn’t the same across the universe. What is the implication of this […]

How to Zoom to Success

How can we explain the government’s self-contradictory measures such as punishing non-violent law breakers by putting them in prisons where violence is rampant? Why do we allow such laws to exist? David Gornoski argues that history has been built on the sacrifices of the ones by the many. We need to change our mindsets and […]

Jeff Deist: Will Food Shortages End Shutdown?

Is it worth destroying the economy and suspending liberty over the dubious predictions of ‘experts’ like Dr. Fauci? Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist joins the show to discuss his new article on food shortages due to the shutdown, New York mayor Bill de Blasio’s bizarre tweet, censorship on social media, and the new battle between those […]