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Dr. Paul Alexander Follows the Science

Joining David Gornoski for this episode is HHS scientist Dr. Paul Alexander who calls in to talk about WHO’s reaction to the pandemic; why he had to resign from the WHO; the mainstream media’s attacks against him; how we can deal properly with the pandemic; and more. “The media is the attack dog, the junkyard […]

We’re More Christian Than We Know

We can’t understand social justice, victimism, Critical Race Theory, and globalism if we don’t see the anthropology revealed in the Bible. Are we more Christian than we’d like to admit? Did we have the same value for personal liberty in the pre-Christian civilizations as we currently have in the post-Christian world? Is communism based on […]

Increasing Politicization Blocks Prosperity

The episode opens with David Gornoski commenting on the FDA’s failure to regulate nutrition and medicine in America. David also comments on the recent study by professor Bruce German that shows the importance of milk consumption through breastfeeding. How can we fix the microbiome deficiency that comes from the industrialized medicine of today? Is there […]

A Superhero Similar to Homo Sapiens

Most recently, the well-known liberal political commentator, Cenk Uygur, tweeted this remark about religion. His attention, however, was unusually focused on the Christian story and the foundational person of Christianity, i.e. Jesus Christ. All of the religions are such obvious mythology. Yet serious people are forced to have nonsensical conversations about mythical creatures like the […]

Why The Culture Has An Appetite for Sacrificial Violence w/ Peter Quinones

David Gornoski recently appeared on Peter Quinones’ podcast, Free Man Beyond the Wall. David and Peter talked about Rene Girard’s Mimetic Theory, the sacrificial origins of the State, and our culture’s appetite for sacrificial violence. Listen to the podcast or watch the entire interview above.

Jerry Bowyer on Scapegoating in Culture Wars

In this episode, Jerry Bowyer of Townhall Finance joins David Gornoski to discuss the start of his podcast Meeting of Minds and his first interview with Peter Thiel. Is there a positive version of scapegoating? Who or what would be worthy enemies to unite ourselves against? Is there validity to some of the criticisms from […]

The Demon in Democracy

The state is a religious space with its own soteriology and eschatology. At the center of this quasi-religious state is the Festival of Reason in which the Goddess of Reason replaces the one true God who is revealed in Scripture and known by faith alone. Of course, what is here called reason is really unreason. […]

Rescuing Science from Politics

How do we rescue the spirit of scientific inquiry from the mouth of the religious institution of the State? Join David Gornoski as he cuts through corporate media groupthink and explains why we must reject monopolies so that we can have scientific dissent which is crucial in pursuing truth. Is a de facto priesthood consistent […]

THINGS HIDDEN Film Series: Escaping the Cycle of Death

In this edition of THINGS HIDDEN, David Gornoski, Shannon Braswell, and Shane gather around the fire to talk about death as depicted in ancient myth, particularly by the Canananites, and contrast it with the overcoming of death by Jesus. The conversation moves toward more contemporary topics such as the current trajectory of western civilization in […]

David Gornoski Returns to the News

David Gornoski returns with A Neighbor’s Choice and catches up with some of the latest news stories such as the passing of Britain’s Prince Philip and the rapper DMX; Biden’s preparation for gun control; the linoleic acid connection to comorbidities; YouTube’s censoring of Ron DeSantis; and more. Should we be perplexed by the presence of […]