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Tho Bishop on Making GOP Pro-liberty, David Analyzes Today’s News

Skip past 50 minutes in the video for this episode. The Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop comments on Hillary Clinton’s latest remarks, inflation as state-sponsored terrorism, how the GOP primaries turned out in Florida, why the pandemic topics shouldn’t be ignored, how the GOP can be rid of RINOs, and more. Is there any truth to […]

Zelensky Unleashes Horrific Criminals, Wendy Schmeling Exposes Education Dept

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for hour 2.] David Gornoski comments on another story that highlights how the Left is more concerned about words than actual violence. What kind of democracy are the DC elites supporting in Ukraine? Is the recession going to get worse? Are we seeing the end of the […]

Is Ray Epps a Scapegoat? The Driving Force Behind Type 2 Diabetes

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on a New York Times article that “debunks” the FBI involvement in the January 6 protest. Is Ray Epps a scapegoat as the corporate press claims? Listen to the full episode to find out. David also comments on the Biden administration’s inability to deal with inflation, the influence […]

Politics Is Lunchroom Drama

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for hour 2.] Does Boris Johnson’s resignation mean anything in the larger scheme of things? Why aren’t there any investigations on Jeffrey Epstein’s clients? Why hasn’t there been any criminal prosecutions over the Wuhan lab leak? Why is the purchasing power of our currency being debased?

Scott Horton on the Threat of Nuclear War

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for hour 2.]  Jeff Deist is joined by Scott Horton for a conversation on Horton’s upcoming book on the threat of nuclear war between the US and Russia. How will the Ukraine war impact the poorer countries of the world? Is abolishing nuclear weapons a realistic […]

Assange to Be Extradited, Dave Smith Joins

The Mises Institute‘s Jeff Deist and Connor Mortell start the show by discussing the current state of the housing market. The two also address the generational divide in terms of opportunities and economical prosperity. Also in the show, podcaster and comic Dave Smith calls in to talk about Assange’s upcoming extradition to the US from […]

Rising Above the Divide

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for hour 2.] Will America cease to be a democracy in the future? A large number of Democrats and Republicans think so. Why do Americans think that moral values are declining in the country? Has Biden realized that anti-Russian sanctions aren’t working? Listen to the full episode […]

Play Stupid Monetary Games, Win Stupid Prizes

How can we survive a bureaucratic regime that continues to demand adoration and worship in exchange for economic ignorance? Is there any scientific justification for the FDA’s recommendation of vaccines for children? Why isn’t Biden worried about the profit margins of Big Pharma companies? Has China detected aliens? Join David Gornoski as he answers these […]

Breaking Down the Kayfabe Tale of January 6

David Gornoski starts the show by speaking on the contrast in mindset between government and private services. Are sanctions against Russia backfiring on the United States? Do average Americans care about the January 6 trial? Why has peace become anathema in the political discourses of our country? What do conservatives really need to focus on? […]

Tho Bishop & Mark Ivanyo: Getting Republicans Away From the Left

What is a State? The Mises Institute‘s Tho Bishop asks this question in light of the January 6 trials while commenting on the validity of this trial, the record rise of inflation numbers, what the Fed is likely to do, and more. Also in the show, Mark Ivanyo, Executive Director of Republicans for National Renewal, […]