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THINGS HIDDEN 83: Pedro Gonzalez on the Death of Eliza Fletcher

David Gornoski sits down with Pedro Gonzalez, writer at Chronicles Magazine, for a discussion on the brutal killing of Eliza Fletcher. What are we missing in our public discourses that are related to crime and justice? Has Christianity made justice through the death penalty impossible? Is Fletcher’s killing just an isolated incident or is it […]

The Great Remembering Begins

David Gornoski comments on the breaking news around the Derek Chauvin trial. What can we learn from the trial and how can we affect real change instead of expanding the coercion arm of the state? Listen to the full episode to find out. Plus, David Gornoski takes us through the history of the media’s swerving […]

Spiritual Warfare Against the Disintegration of Families

“In order for tyranny to thrive it must have disintegrating families,” David Gornoski says as he starts the episode by reflecting on the trajectory of culture in modern times. How important are role models in today’s divided society? How important are fathers? Should pregnant women be allowed to fight in wars? Listen to the full […]

Chris Calton on America’s History of Policing

Historian Chris Calton calls in to talk about the history of policing in America. The primary contributor to issues like rioting and police brutality, Calton says, is urban policing. Crime is not the primary determiner in arrest and incarceration statistics, Calton shockingly states. If crimes haven’t increased then why are arrests increasing? The reason, according […]

Kerry Baldwin Takes on Covid Tyranny

Kerry Baldwin, writer and founder of MereLiberty.com, joins David Gornoski to discuss the medical tyranny of using coercion during this pandemic. Are we handing over far too much to the government? Kerry points out how governments have always used crises to gain control over their people. Is it ethical to mandate wearing masks in high-density population […]

What Causes Our Strife and How to Fix It

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the news surrounding Ghislaine Maxwell, Kanye West, and Roger Stone. We need to see the hidden scapegoats in our culture, says David; the media with its negative feedback loop tries to make this impossible for us. What does it mean when someone like Kanye has to delete […]

Amy Povah and Rufus Rochell on Home Confinement and Clemency, David Gornoski on Protecting the Individual

Amy Povah of the CAN-DO Clemency foundation calls in along with Rufus Rochell to update us on the latest news of clemency appeals for non-violent prisoners around the country. Amy and Rufus describe what home confinement looks like; the two also point out that there is still a chance for those in home confinement to […]

Eric Garris on the Antiwar Movement, Chad Marks Returns Home

Americans don’t realize how much of our political system is tied to war profiteering, says Eric Garris, and whenever our government doesn’t like anything that another country does, we starve their people by imposing sanctions. The founder of Antiwar.com also comments on the latest indictments on Julian Assange. Should Assange be punished for revealing the truth about […]

A Neighbor’s Choice Ep. 5: Jacob Hornberger Interview

Episode 5 introduces us to Jacob Hornberger, the founder of the Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF.org) to discuss how Christians should view the drug war, other vice laws, and foreign interventions. What follows is a fascinating exploration of law, liberty, and ethics that offers a glimpse of what’s possible through social imitation of Jesus of […]