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Michael Rectenwald Exposes Critical Theory and Foucault

Is Critical Theory the only game in town for those who thirst for justice and progress? Who is Michel Foucault? Who is Herbert Marcuse? What is the origin of cancel culture? Joining David Gornoski to answer these questions is Professor Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke and Google Archipelago, who highlights how the CIA has […]

Michael Rectenwald on Whiteness Scapegoating

David Gornoski starts the show by highlighting how Biden’s menthol cigarette ban sets the stage for more incarceration of non-violent people. David is joined by Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke, who talks about how “whiteness” is scapegoated by a victim-garbed political movement. What is “whiteness?” How and where did critical theory originate? How does […]

State of the Media Assessment

“The right doesn’t have a robust answer to the lies behind the utopian revolutionary moment that we’re entering.” Joining David Gornoski for this episode is Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke, to discuss this phase of near-totalitarianism rising in our country. How can the media collude with a character like Joe Biden and portray him […]

What is Critical Race Theory? James Lindsay, Michael Rectenwald Roundtable

Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke, and mathematician James Lindsay, author of Cynical Theories, join David Gornoski to address a certain subject that was brought up during the presidential debate by Chris Wallace, namely Critical Race Theory. What is this ideology that has crept into the universities? James Lindsay says, “this ideology that we’re up […]

Michael Rectenwald on Woke Culture’s Destructive Impact on Society

Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke and Springtime Snowflakes, calls in to discuss political correctness in modern academia and the postmodern scholars that gave rise to ‘woke’ culture. Rectenwald talks about his experience of fighting SJWs at New York University; the scholar likens Woke culture to a religious movement, devoid of reason, and obsessive of […]