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Wilfred Reilly on the Racial Component of Vaccine Passports, Wuhan Lab Leak

Why are people like Fauci permitted to fund Chinese labs like Wuhan with taxpayer money? How do we promote scientific inquiry without falling into scientism? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also, David Gornoski is joined by professor Wilfred Reilly who calls in to talk about how vaccine passports can potentially be deemed […]

Short-Term Gain and Long-Term Hell on Earth

Are vaccine passports ethical in any way? What are conservatives doing to fight this new unconstitutional restriction into American society? Should we be concerned over the spike in suicide rates during the state-enforced isolation? Is mask-wearing scientific or is there a superstitious factor in the pushing of mask mandates? Join David Gornoski as he takes […]

How Not to Feed the Mechanism of State Power

David Gornoski highlights how the media once presented Joe Biden as being trained by segregationists but now suddenly Biden is presented as a repudiation of white supremacy. What does it mean when war initiators like Biden, Obama, Clinton, and Bush share the same stage? What hindered Trump from pardoning Assange, Snowden, Ross Ulbricht, and John […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jason Jones on René Girard, Divided Hearts of America

David Gornoski is joined by human rights activist and filmmaker Jason Jones. Together, the two discuss the legacy of Dr. Ron Paul, the anthropology of René Girard, victimism in politics, COVID shutdowns, his upcoming anti-abortion movie ‘Divided Hearts of America,’ and more. Is Christianity the religion of the weak as Nietsczhe claimed? How do we […]

Thou Shalt Not Kill

David Gornoski resumes his commentary on current affairs such as the veiled threat by a former DOD official against Alex Jones, the shooting of Ryan Whitaker, and the continuing divisive narrative pushed by the media. “Instead of being fixated on political creeds or the color of one’s skin, one should recognize that the human heart […]

What Lies Ahead, Tho Bishop Economics for Beginners

Why does the media narrative always necessitate a scapegoat? David Gornoski comments on the news surrounding Biden, Oprah, and others. He also critiques the notion that guilt can be inherent in a person’s skin tone, namely “white privilege,” and the idea that violence, theft, and coercion, while being immoral to the individual, is permissible for […]

THINGS HIDDEN 14: Memoirs of a Gaijin

  Dr. Paul Axton, theologian and host of the Forging Ploughshares podcast, sits down with David Gornoski to talk about his experience of living in Japan, the idea of shame in death, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and seeing Japanese culture through Christian eyes. While pointing out that Romans 7 is absolutely essential for understanding what it is to imitate […]

Prof. Wilfred Reilly Takes on the Woke

Professor Wilfred Reilly, author and political scientist at Kentucky State University, returns to the show to talk about political radicalism in America. Professor Reilly explains why he speaks out against radical movements and how the real struggle in America is between moderates and extremists. Is the far-right as powerful as the extreme-left? Are there double […]