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Georgia Senate Race, GOP are Designated Losers

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the Georgia senate race and what a Democrat-dominated house, senate, and presidency will look like. “The team that doesn’t believe as fervently in big government as the other team is the designated loser,” David says about the GOP, highlighting their hypocrisy on government expansion and foreign policy. […]

Captives Set Free! Rufus Rochell Reunites with Brother Rick Williams

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on the news of the Mayfair mall shooting in Wisconsin. “The problem with many today is that they see institutions or ideologies as more sacred than human life.” David is joined by Rufus Rochell, a friend of the show, and the two break the story that Rufus’ […]

Erin Haney: Reform in Probation and Parole

In this episode, David Gornoski and co-host Chelsea Murphy are joined by Erin Haney, lawyer and Policy Director at Reform Alliance. Erin talks about a variety of topics related to criminal justice reform, particularly the stumbling blocks for prisoners under community supervision. “Unfortunately, it really is such a broken system and what ends up happening is […]

Angela Stanton-King: Setting the Captives Free

In this classic interview from October 21, 2019, David Gornoski is joined by criminal justice advocate Angela Stanton-King. The two discuss the successes that came from President Trump’s First Step Act; the Christian case for setting the captives free; the need to provide redemption to first-time non-violent offenders; the folly of creating violence through prohibition […]

The Future of Criminal Justice

With Joe Biden alleged to be the successor to President Trump, what lies in store when it comes to criminal justice reformation. Join David Gornoski? Chelsea Murphy, and conservative justice reform advocate David Safavian as they discuss how conservatives can fight for justice reform under a Biden presidency. How can we help former offenders integrate […]

Democrats Become the Party of Cages and Bombs, Brett Tolman on Criminal Justice Reform

“The Free Press has freely pressed any notion of freedom in our society.” David Gornoski starts the show by offering a stinging criticism of the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris campaign and policy agendas, especially with regards to their anti-health, pro-war, and anti-justice intentions. “Too many people are being set free,” David says, “and the […]

How to Get Presidential Clemency with John Bolen and Charles Tanner

In this episode, David Gornoski and Amy Povah are joined by John Bolen and Charles “Duke” Tanner, both non-violent first-time offenders who were serving life sentences and now pardoned by President Trump. Charles Tanner, former undefeated boxer, and John Bolen recount their past experiences and how they are looking forward to the new chapters of […]

Are you optimistic about your future?

Should we be optimistic about our long-term future? Join David Gornoski for another exciting episode as he presents the case of why should be optimistic despite the bombardment of bad news around us. Jesus said the nations will be judged by their treatment of the hungry, the sick, the prisoner, and the stranger. How do […]

Detective John Baeza on the Rayshard Brooks Shooting

Former NYPD detective John Baeza calls in to comment on the disbanding of plainclothes officers in New York City and the Wendy’s police shooting in Atlanta. Detective Baeza believes that the disbanding has nothing to do with reform and more to do with pandering to certain interest groups. On the Rayshard Brooks shooting, Baeza brings […]

Holli Houghton and Rufus Rochell: Set the Captives Free

Contrary to the claims of the SJWs of corporate McWokeism, we have a real justice issue in this country which involves actual flesh and blood. Rufus Rochell returns to the show to shine a light on this pressing issue of our time. Holli Houghton, public defender and author of True Injustice, is another victim of […]