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Jeff Deist on Why Politics Don’t Work

Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on the latest news stories. Should Critical Theory be banned from schools? Should people be arrested for “hateful conduct” that is not illegal? Do politicians really aim for positive change are they more interested in keeping things the way they are? What is the real […]

DC’s Scapegoat Ritual Falls Apart, Corey DeAngelis on School Choice

David Gornoski continues his analysis of DC’s scapegoating of Trump and his supporters. Did the Democrats just contradict themselves on the origin of the Capitol storming? “The McWoke media are losing their minds because people like Sen. Hawley aren’t taking their scapegoat ritual seriously.” David also talks about the religiosity of wearing masks as well […]

The Crowd Roots for Barabbas, Homeschooling Resources with Rebecca Bohman

In light of the recent news of protests at the Capitol, David Gornoski touches on the anthropological insight of Jesus’ passion narrative and how mob violence fails to solve problems in a Christ-affected world. Plus, David is joined by Rebecca Bohman, creator of the Luminous Mind podcast, and the two discuss the radical change in […]

Media Myths Fall Like Lightning

David Gornoski starts the episode with a telling critique of the institutions that perpetuate theft and anti-western indoctrination. How does Woke Corporate-Fascism compare to Christianity and the myths of old? David reads from the work of Rene Girard and helps us understand how the Christian Gospel lays bare the concoction of narratives by power brokers. […]

The Crowd Devours Herod, Corey DeAngelis on School Choice Under Biden

David Gornoski starts the episode with an excellent analysis of the crowd spirit by examining the murder of John the Baptist. Also in the show, David is joined by Corey DeAngelis, the director of school choice at Reason Foundation. The two talk about what school choice means; the future of school choice under Biden; the state’s […]

Dr. Yu on Biggest Black Hole Collision, Rust on the Moon, Jeff Deist on CDC Takeover of Rent, Schools

Dr. Weiping Yu returns to the show to comment on the surprising news of two black holes colliding. Is there credible evidence that this collision took place? The physicist also comments on the discovery of Lunar Hematite, the finding that molecule found in bee venom can beat breast cancer, and more. Jeff Deist of the Mises […]

What Lies Ahead, Tho Bishop Economics for Beginners

Why does the media narrative always necessitate a scapegoat? David Gornoski comments on the news surrounding Biden, Oprah, and others. He also critiques the notion that guilt can be inherent in a person’s skin tone, namely “white privilege,” and the idea that violence, theft, and coercion, while being immoral to the individual, is permissible for […]

Rep. Anthony Sabatini on New Cases for Lockdown Freedom

Listen to the podcast: Anthony Sabatini, Florida State Representative, joins David Gornoski to discuss the new wave of coercive government measures during the pandemic crisis. Rep. Sabatini gives us a breakdown of specific cases where the rights of individuals have been violated by mask mandates and other lockdown laws. Involving the government, Sabatini says, is […]

Rebecca Bohman: Resources for New Homeschoolers

Rebecca Bohman, host of the Luminous Mind Podcast, calls in to discuss why homeschooling is a much better option for educating children as opposed to the indoctrination of public schools. Why are homeschoolers demonized by educational institutes such as Harvard? How do we discern what to teach and how to teach? Is it possible to educate […]

Corey DeAngelis: Time to Ban Private Schools?

Corey DeAngelis, Director of School Choice at Reason Foundation and Adjunct Scholar at Cato Institute, joins David Gornoski to discuss the news of teachers’ unions and the Democratic Socialists of America demanding a ban on private schools. Corey argues that the factory-model of public schools are failing in big ways while students in ‘micro-schools’ and […]