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The Fed Doesn’t Know What It’s Doing

Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute joins the show to discuss the current state of our twisted monetary system. As inflation looms over us, does the Fed know what it is doing? Is the Fed taking marching orders from Klaus Schwab? Who is this financial system weaponized for and how do we escape it? Why […]

Jeff Deist on Black Rock and the Repo Crisis

In this segment, David Gornoski is joined by Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute. The two talk about some of the recent news and relevant topics such as the buying up of homes by Black Rock; the federal reserve’s connection to big corporations; the out of control state of the Fed’s reverse REPO market; […]

The Future of Gold and Money

In this roundtable discussion, David Gornoski is joined by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals, and James Dale Davidson, author of the Sovereign Individual. Together, they discuss the history and future of gold as an investment asset for the average Joe, general misconceptions of investing in gold, the Fiat money system, the […]

Battle of the Scapegoats, Keith Weiner on GDP, Inflation

David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell return for a conversation on economic stimulus and welfare, scapegoat narratives in politics and culture, and more. Plus, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to talk about the latest news on the economy such as the Fed becoming the 1/3rd owner of US mortgages, the 3 trillion deficit of […]

Dr. Yu on Self Charging Batteries, Keith Weiner on the Fed

Can nano-diamond self-charging batteries change energy forever? Dr. Weiping Yu returns to give us his opinion on this latest curiosity in the world of science. On nuclear energy, Dr. Yu remarks: “Radiation itself is not the problem but the concentration of radiation is the problem.” The physicist also comments on maximizing solar technology with infra-red […]

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 […]

Did You Get Your Stimulus Check?

“If you don’t have a family first society, you won’t have the environment necessary for individual liberty to flourish.” How do we create that family first society? Join David Gornoski as he explores this question while commenting on the government’s decision to pay out stimulus checks. Is creating money out of thin air a viable […]

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 […]

Peter Schiff On The Pandemic Pandemonium

Investment guru Peter Schiff, the author of ‘The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy,’ calls in to talk about the economic disarray caused by the government shutdowns and bailouts. Schiff argues that the government should cut down it’s spending to mitigate the crisis. “If you’re getting benefits but can’t buy anything, what good are the benefits […]