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Chandler Crump on Election Fraud and the Future of Conservatism

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by conservative commentator, rapper, and activist Chandler Crump who tells us why he supports President Trump and why he thinks there was widespread voter fraud in the key swing states during the presidential election. Is conservatism on the rise among Generation Z? Are younger generations waking up to […]

Congressman Byron Donalds on Future of Justice Reform

David Gornoski opens the episode with an analysis of Biden’s recent comments on CNN where he talked about disagreements with Kamala Harris and “having a disease and resigning.” “What did they do to this man?” David asks, “This man needs a break!” What is the mystery behind the Left’s scapegoating of President Trump? David provides […]

Democrats Become the Party of Cages and Bombs, Brett Tolman on Criminal Justice Reform

“The Free Press has freely pressed any notion of freedom in our society.” David Gornoski starts the show by offering a stinging criticism of the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris campaign and policy agendas, especially with regards to their anti-health, pro-war, and anti-justice intentions. “Too many people are being set free,” David says, “and the […]

Ryan McMaken: The Futute of Twitter, Decrease in Real Crime Arrests

Mises Institute’s Ryan McMaken calls in to comment on the increasing censoring by social media companies. Ryan highlights how these new media “platforms” are becoming more open about pushing their political agendas like the TV media of old. Is there any way to hold these Big Tech companies accountable? Will Twitter meet a similar fate […]

Pence-Harris Debate Preview, Tough on Crime Confusion

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the news that a plexiglass barrier will be installed at the Pence-Harris debate. “This is a clown show,” David says as he highlights the fear-mongering at play in the political theater. David also comments on the Russiagate revelations. “If there is no accountability for these actions…,” he […]

Taking Negative Thoughts Captive with Neo Positivity

How do we break out of the bleakness and uncertainty of 2020? Neo Davila, founder of NeoPositivity.com and host of the popular Masters of the Law of Attraction podcast, joins David Gornoski to help us tackle this question. What do we do when we hear some really bad news? How do we handle this “new […]

Assessing the 2020 Political Landscape with Jim Babka

Jim Babka, President of DownsizeDC.org, joins David Gornoski to talk about Biden choosing Kamala Harris as VP, the digital economy, and the role of the “remnant” in creating hope for liberty. Jim highlights how the opposition to Trump is the only unifying factor for the Democratic party at this point while pointing out that real change […]

Overcoming the Coming Recession, Keith Weiner Joins

David Gornoski starts by commenting on the media bullying of Kanye West and the demand for defunding the police. “When are we going to just say no to the clowns to claim to save us but then stab us in the back and pit us against each other?” The host of A Neighbor’s Choice is […]

Corey DeAngelis: Time to Ban Private Schools?

Corey DeAngelis, Director of School Choice at Reason Foundation and Adjunct Scholar at Cato Institute, joins David Gornoski to discuss the news of teachers’ unions and the Democratic Socialists of America demanding a ban on private schools. Corey argues that the factory-model of public schools are failing in big ways while students in ‘micro-schools’ and […]

Chris Calton on America’s History of Policing

Historian Chris Calton calls in to talk about the history of policing in America. The primary contributor to issues like rioting and police brutality, Calton says, is urban policing. Crime is not the primary determiner in arrest and incarceration statistics, Calton shockingly states. If crimes haven’t increased then why are arrests increasing? The reason, according […]