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Pierre Kory, MD on Ivermectin and Early COVID Treatment

David Gornoski sits down with Dr. Pierre Kory, president of the FLCCC alliance and frontline doctor in the battle against COVID. David and Dr. Kory talk about a variety of topics such as the treatment of long haul COVID symptoms; whether generic medicine can be used against the virus; the resistance from the ivory towers […]

Jeff Deist: YouTube Censors Mises Institute

Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute returns to the show. What makes someone a socialist and Marxist? Jeff Deist points us to some sources that say Karl Marx had skin disease. Did Marx want others to feel his pain? How many people are suffering from a decline in health due to the lockdowns? “Fauci is a tool […]

THINGS HIDDEN 19: Big City Blues

David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell are back with another discussion. This time, the two have an exciting conversation on mimesis in an increasingly technological world. How has the end of witch-hunting accelerated scientific innovation? What are the modern-day scapegoating institutions that have brought innovation to a standstill? Is the profit model desirable in the field […]

THINGS HIDDEN 17: The Glorious Yeast Infection of Christianity

In this podcast of Things Hidden, David Gornoski sits down with Curtis Yarvin (also known as Mencius Moldbug), developer of Gray Mirror. Together, the two explore the founding of the United States, globalism, colonialism, America’s foreign policy, the rise of China, and more. Curtis describes Gray Mirror as a portal to the next regime. Why do […]

THINGS HIDDEN 14: Memoirs of a Gaijin

  Dr. Paul Axton, theologian and host of the Forging Ploughshares podcast, sits down with David Gornoski to talk about his experience of living in Japan, the idea of shame in death, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and seeing Japanese culture through Christian eyes. While pointing out that Romans 7 is absolutely essential for understanding what it is to imitate […]

Curtis Ellis on Wall Street, China’s Impact on Middle Class

Is economic freedom intrinsically opposed to love for the common good? The point of Jesus’ entire life story, David Gornoski argues, is that He refuses to employ top-down control as a shortcut to heaven. Joining the show, in this episode, is Curtis Ellis of America First Policies. The former Trump campaign advisor highlights how shutting […]

Maj Toure on Policing and Justice in America

Maj Toure, rapper and founder of Black Guns Matter, joins David Gornoski to discuss gun laws and law enforcement. Maj highlights that places with fewer restraints on gun-ownership are less prone to gun violence. “We are addicted to the spoils of crime as opposed to the liberty of freedom,” Maj says as he points to […]