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No Hate & Debt, How to Break Out of Modern-Day Slavery

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on how making excuses for false leadership prevents us from solving problems. What should Trump do if he is considering another race for the White House? Are we really paying attention to the distortion of nutrition science in our country? Where does the concern for victims in our […]

The Science: Dr. Peter McCullough on mRNA Malpractice, Moderna’s Putrid Patent

David Gornoski is joined by Dr. Peter McCullough for a conversation on media designated “experts,” the misinformation regarding Ivermectin, the Moderna COVID-19 patent, the few politicians who are willing to address the vaccine issue, what really happened at the Wuhan lab, the odd case of pushing vaccines onto wealthy countries, which of the vaccines have […]

The Science: Ivor Cummins Demolishes Lockdowns, Agenda 2030 Policies

In this episode of The Science, David Gornoski sits down with Ivor Cummins for a conversation on health, nutrition, and authoritarian lockdowns. Is there any scientific basis for the worldwide lockdowns? What is Agenda 2030? Why is meat consumption being targeted by the elites? Are we headed towards a brighter future, free from tyranny and […]

THINGS HIDDEN 81: Clifton Duncan on Charisma and Transcendence

David Gornoski sits down with Clifton Duncan, actor and heterodox liberal, for a conversation on growing up in Europe, getting into the arts, the decline of charisma in the entertainment industry, how nihilism has invaded our culture, the need for good art from the Right, the rejection of love for life in this pandemic age, […]

What Happened at the WEF Davos Event?

The Mises Institute‘s Jeff Deist starts the show by examining both sides of the gun control debate while also breaking down the WEF meeting at Davos, Switzerland. Also in the show, economist Dr. Jonathan Newman calls in to discuss Klaus Schwab’s recent remarks; the WEF’s idea of not owning anything; stakeholder responsibility; what the future […]

Post-Lockdown Australia, A Culture Hooked on Resentment

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for hour 2.] David Gornoski is joined by Luca Sujdovic who gives us a ground report of what a post-lockdown Australia looks like. David and Luca also talk about how we can navigate through a culture hooked on resentment, how Alan Watts brought back relevance to religion, […]

The Uselessness of Lockdowns, Modern Monetary Theory Blindspots

[Video contains both hours. Skip past approx. 45 minutes for hour 2.] Jeff Deist is joined by Ryan McMaken and the two talk about how the lockdowns had next to zero effect in the pandemic. Plus, economist Robert Murphy joins the show to point out the blind spots in MMT, why deficits matter, why raising […]

Supreme Court Politics, Unseen Pandemic Results

The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist guests hosts the show and he is joined by Judge Andrew Napolitano; they discuss Biden’s intention to nominate a woman of color as judge in supreme court, the politicization of SCOTUS, the demand to censor Joe Rogan, and more. Also in the show, Ryan McMaken calls in to talk about […]

Is Hillary Clinton Returning?

Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute is joined by Dr. Allen Mendenhall, Associate Dean at Troy University, and the two discuss the Biden administration’s insistence on drug mandates. Is it possible to “follow the science” when the science is updated every four-five days? Is Hillary Clinton coming back to haunt us all? Tho Bishop calls […]

How the Lockdowns Have Affected Future Generations

The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist is joined by fellow Mises economist Ryan McMaken for an exciting conversation on the Omicron scare and how the lockdowns have already impacted future generations economically. How has inflation affected the housing market and potential buyers and renters? Has Biden given up on a federal solution to the pandemic? Listen […]