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Impotent Sacrifice and Failing Myths

David Gornoski begins the episode by commenting on some of the latest news surrounding the statist push for vaccination. What is the anthropological explanation for demonic possession? Why doesn’t the media focus on the counterfeiting of money done by the state? Why hasn’t Black Lives Matter fought laws that caused deaths like that of Eric […]

Real Justice, Isaac Morehouse Talks Future of Entrepreneurship

“People settle for safe mediocrity, but we want to encourage risky excellence,” David Gornoski says as he begins the episode. Whilst reacting to the MSNBC coverage of the Chauvin verdict, David highlights how the media pushes ideology for the powerful instead of uncovering the hidden victims of our justice system. Also in the show, Isaac […]

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 […]

Announcing Our New Film

David Gornoski starts the show by announcing the release date of the latest entry of the THINGS HIDDEN film series. U.S. and Chinese scientists have created embryos that are part human, part monkey. What could possibly go wrong? Join David Gornoski as he comments on the much-anticipated outcome of the Chauvin trial; the media getting […]

The George Floyd Case Revisited with John Baeza

In this special episode, David Gornoski is joined by retired New York detective John Baeza. David and detective Baeza discuss how we can improve the application of law and order and prevent violent crimes effectively. Detective Baeza also talks about some of the latest news surrounding the FBI investigation of the Capitol protests as well […]

Detective John Baeza Challenges George Floyd Cause of Death

David Gornoski starts the show by reflecting on President Trump’s remarks on our troops and endless wars. The host of A Neighbor’s Choice also comments on Mark Zuckerberg’s intent to censor those who question the election results and Bill Gates remarks that we “don’t have a choice” when it comes to government COVID shutdowns. Why […]

W. James Antle III on Trump’s Uphill Battle

Listen to the podcast: In this episode, Jim Antle, politics editor at the Washington Examiner, calls in to discuss Trump’s second presidential term prospects. Antle observes that Trump would need an even greater polling meltdown than 2016 if he were to stand a chance at winning the election; the reason why he is in this position […]

Why Does BLM Seek to Dismantle the “Western Nuclear Family?”

Is BLM concerned only with police brutality and racism as many naively claim? Bradley Thomas, founder of EraseTheState.com, joins David Gornoski to discuss Black Lives Matter’s anti-family agenda that originates from Marxism. Thomas traces BLM’s mission back to Engels’ observation that the concept of private property is rooted in the family. The Marxist project, Thomas says, […]

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 […]

Prof. Wilfred Reilly Takes on the Woke

Professor Wilfred Reilly, author and political scientist at Kentucky State University, returns to the show to talk about political radicalism in America. Professor Reilly explains why he speaks out against radical movements and how the real struggle in America is between moderates and extremists. Is the far-right as powerful as the extreme-left? Are there double […]