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The Failure and End of Scapegoating

What does the rampant media censorship in these times reveal about themselves? Is the old twentieth-century media really as powerful as we often think it is? Join David Gornoski as he comments on the big news and topics such as Clarence Thomas’ view on marijuana federal laws; the failure of absolute power in politics; the […]

Weldon Angelos Gets Pardon from President Trump, James Lindsay on NY Times McWoke Propaganda

David Gornoski starts the show with an analysis of the ongoing Big Tech censorship fiasco. Also in the show, David is joined by Weldon Angelos, who was incarcerated for a non-violent, drug-related crime and has now been pardoned by President Trump. Plus, James Lindsay, author of Cynical Theories, calls in to talk about the New York […]

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 […]

Craig Cesal on Fake Media Justice vs Real Justice

David Gornoski starts the hour by reacting to Kanye West’s latest election ad. He is then joined by Craig Cesal who was imprisoned for a nonviolent marijuana offense. Craig takes us through his experience from being imprisoned for a first-time offense–repairing trucks used to transport marijuana–to home confinement. What led to the use of marijuana […]

Keith Weiner on Wall Street and Main Street

Is something that is good for Wall Street antithetical to Main Street? Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals joins David Gornoski to answer this question as well as to address some of the key overlaps between socialist and fascist economics. Can Keynesian economics be aligned with capitalism or does it bear more resemblance to socialism? How […]

Libertarianism vs Christianity, Chad Marks on Unjust Sentencing Rules

David Gornoski breaks down Joe Biden’s mythology upon which he is running for president while going through the latest news from around the country. What do the suspension of NHL and other sports seasons mean in the anthropological sense? What are some of the radical differences between libertarianism and Christianity? Also in the show, Chad […]

Criminal Justice Panel Plus Lara Logan on Antifa

“If marijuana is a gateway drug, so are alcohol and cigarettes,” says Amy Povah. The founder of CAN-DO Clemency returns on this episode with Rufus Rochell to talk about the recent compassionate releases and the others in waiting. One of many imprisoned for non-violent offenses is John Bolen who received 9 life sentences for a […]

Pastor Dr. Darrell Scott on Criminal Justice, Police Reform

Dr. Darrell Scott, pastor of New Spirit Revival Center and CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, joins the show to discuss police and criminal justice reform. Dr. Scott believes that we should be sensitive to both sides of the current issue over police reform; excessive force should be dealt with but we have […]