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Defending Liberty and Personhood in a Sea of Coercion

“Imagine the stupidity of adults,” David Gornoski says as he looks at the news of children surrounded by plexiglass in schools. Join David Gornoski as he talks about the prison-like pandemic measures, transmuting anger into positive change, the irrelevance of statists and corporatists in Jesus’ grand scheme of things, the retardation of knowledge in using […]

Jeff Deist on the Scapegoating of Florida

Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on the latest news such as the fiasco that is Trump’s impeachment, the effort to turn Trump voters into deplorable second-class citizens, the establishment’s history of pushing conspiracy theories, DC’s scapegoating of Florida as punishment for making the regime look bad, the future of fiscal conservatism […]

Trail Thoughts: Confronting Scientism

Biden and his handlers want to impose a hundred days of wearing masks. Why isn’t he pointing us to the right nutritional practices in order to strengthen our immunity? Join David Gornoski as he explains how the government cult of “trusting the experts” isn’t far away from the lynchmobs and witch hunts of the ancient […]

Dr. Walter E Williams, RIP

David Gornoski starts off the show by commenting on the recent passing of the great Dr. Walter E. Williams. “Walter Williams is a great role model and champion for liberty,” David says as he reflects on the conversations he has had with Dr. Williams. Plus, David continues his analysis of news on the lockdowns, the […]

David Sinclair: The Pandemic from a Biologist’s Perspective

In this classic interview from March 16, 2020, David Gornoski is joined by Australian Harvard biologist David Sinclair to discuss the COVID pandemic. Later in the show, Dr. Weiping Yu joins in and the physicist asks some important questions. How long is the pandemic going to last and what can we do to combat it? […]

Trail Thoughts: The Slow Suicide of New York City

Eric Kampmann, founder of Republic Books, and noted journalist Alec Klein return to the show for another segment of Trail Thoughts. The two talk about their experiences of living in New York, a city that has been turned into a virtual ghost town thanks to the pandemic. “Cities are fragile things,” Eric says as he […]

Jeff Deist on the Biden-Trump Debate, Dick Costolo Demands Execution

Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist joins David Gornoski to discuss some important upcoming events. Deist addresses the absence of the trillion-dollar deficit and other topics not addressed in the debate. Is there a mass clamoring for the COVID economic shutdowns? What does Dick Costolo’s tweet on executing business leaders reveal about the mindset of Big Tech […]

Amy Povah, Rufus Rochell on the Pandemic Prison Crisis

CAN-DO Clemency’s Amy Povah and Rufus Rochell join David Gornoski to give us an update on COVID cases in federal prisons. Amy says that we are facing a crisis in prisons right now where many non-violent inmates are exposed to the COVID virus. What are the updates with regards to the compassionate release petitions? Rufus […]

Trump Booed at Ruth Bader Ginsburg Casket Visit, Riots Resume

David Gornoski and retired entrepreneur Brad Smith start the show by commenting on some of the latest news stories such as the tasing of a woman for not wearing a mask at a football game, the Breonna Taylor case, Trump’s presence at Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s funeral, and more. “What’s called ‘systemic racism’ is actually systemic […]

Dr Yu on Venus Signs of Life, Dark Matter, Jeff Deist on Nashville Officials Withholding COVID Numbers

Science and U is back! Dr. Weiping Yu starts by commenting on the Hubble telescope revealing new aspects of dark matter. What exactly is dark matter? Dr. Yu has a radical and startling explanation. What is ‘space’ and ‘matter?’ Is there a possibility of life on Venus? Listen to the entire episode to find out. […]