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The Serving Monarch

The role of the monarch in human history proves to be a fascinating subject. It is fascinating not only from the perspective of governance but also from that of religion and ethics. The anthropological trajectory of Ethiopia, according to its legend and history, is one example where this observation of ethical development can be made.  […]

Tho Bishop: Should We Trust the Polls?

Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop joins David Gornoski for a special election eve episode of A Neighbor’s Choice. David Gornoski starts the show by recounting his experience of attending a Trump rally and then tells us what he learned there, particularly from Ben Carson’s speech. Can we objectively trust the polls? Tho Bishop explains to us […]

Keith Weiner: What About China? Jeff Deist on the Religiosity of Election Day

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals returns to the show to address the Biden family ties to communist China. Can we have fair and free trade deals with China? Keith argues that we are weakening our economy with our central-planning and that it would be foolish to ask for more regulations. Also, Jeff Deist of the […]

THINGS HIDDEN Film Series: Uncovering the Victims

David Gornoski, host of A Neighbor’s Choice radio show, sits down with pastor Jim Fitzgerald for a groundbreaking conversation on the early years of Christianity in the Middle-East and North Africa; Rene Girard’s anthropological reading of Christianity; Christianity as the anti-myth that deconstructs the mono-myths; the “founding murder” of civilization; human desire; and more. How […]

Neighbor’s Choice vs Victimist Coercion

David Gornoski starts the show with his analysis of the mainstream media’s alliance with the Biden campaign. Almost all the news outlets are saying that Biden is leading the polls. Are we headed towards a one-party system at the federal level? “There is no way we’re going to have liberty when we have a media […]

Haile Selassie, Marxism, and Monarchy: A Conversation with Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie

David Gornoski, the host of A Neighbor’s Choice, is joined by the grandson of Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie, Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie. Prince Ermias takes us through a brief history of Haile Selassie’s reign, the founding of the League of Nations, as well as his own experience growing up during the Marxist revolution in Ethiopia. […]

What is A Neighbor’s Choice?

Can we have a pro-family society without liberty? What is liberty and who gives it to us? Join David Gornoski as he explains how love for freedom can coexist with love for our fellow neighbors? Also, David explains how the Left’s dynamics are eerily similar to that of a cult while highlighting their thirst for […]

Jeff Deist on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Revolutionaries, and Mussolini Praising Keynes

Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute, returns to the show to comment on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing. Was Bader Ginsburg a judge or legislator? “She was a judge in name only, someone with a political agenda,” Deist says. Are there genuine revolutionaries in America? How does Keynesianism overlap with Fascism? “It’s no coincidence that […]

Jon Miltimore: Elon Musk Torches Robert Reich

FEE’s Jon Miltimore returns to the show to talk about his latest article on Elon Musk’s twitter war with Robert Reich. Former Secretary of Labor Reich accused Musk of being a “modern-day robber baron” and Musk retorted by saying Reich is a “modern-day moron.” Jon says that Musk is the role model we need with […]

Claston Bernard on Being an Outcast, Jerry Bowyer on the Maker vs the Takers

Claston Bernard, champion athlete, Olympian, and author of ‘Outcast,’ joins David Gornoski to discuss the degradation of black Americans as mere vote banks by the Democratic party. Claston shows no quarter in his criticism of Black Lives Matter and their aim to destroy black families. What can we do to protect families in America? Listen […]