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Ron Paul on Policing, Justice, and Stagnation in America

Dr. Ron Paul, former presidential candidate and champion of liberty, joins David Gornoski to talk about some of the pressing issues our country is facing right now. On the calls to defund the police, Dr. Paul cautions against involving the federal government while pointing out that the problem of arbitrary violence exists because of government […]

Dr. Max Zamilov on America’s Coming Technological Renaissance (Part 2), David Gornoski on Economic Stagnation

Dr. Max Zamilov and David Gornoski continue their discussion on the similarities and dissimilarities between Russia and America. David highlights how America inherited the common law outlook from the British through the founding fathers. But private property seems to be an illusion, says Dr. Zamilov, when we have to pay taxes to the government. Dr. […]

TK Coleman: Race Relations, Justice, and the Market

TK Coleman, Director of Entrepreneurial Education at FEE and Co-Founder of Praxis, joins the show to discuss how he reconciles free-market economics with his faith. “Freedom has always seemed scary,” Coleman says, “Whenever you talk about freedom you always strike a nerve on our desire to control other people.” Is there a threat of governments […]

Rich Communists Hijack Justice

“Right now, we have rich communists and socialists–hand-in-hand with big corporations–hijacking people’s justice.” Host Gornoski compares socialism to the stiff crust of cheap pizza which nobody wants but big corporates. If the left are so concerned about green energy and environment why is it that nuclear fusion is never discussed among them? Do these folks […]

Dr. Yu on Animal Magnetism and Other Science News, Craig Cesal on Returning Home, and Jeff Deist on Social Justice

Dr. Weiping Yu comments on an article at UC Berkeley that says aquatic bacteria uses magnetic properties to navigate underwater. Dr. Yu also addresses the claim that physicists may have solved the long-standing mystery of matter and antimatter. The physicist believes that antimatter is ‘science fiction’ and instead proposes that particles have both positive and […]

David Gornoski on the End of Capitalism, James Kourtides on 21st Century Questions

“It’s cool to hate capitalism because most of us are raised in government schools,” says David Gornoski. How can we have a truly free market when the referee is always paid off to rig the game? We need to get the notion out of our heads that saving money to defer consumption is somehow ‘greed.’ […]

Angela Yee and David Gornoski Talk Race and Justice in America

In light of the George Floyd murder and the civil unrest that has followed, how can we get past our differences and find solutions? “I think first there has to be an acknowledging of the problem,” says Angela Yee, “Some people say there’s no racism and white supremacy, no hierarchy, and that’s simply not true.” […]

Detective John Baeza on George Floyd, Protests, and Riots

Retired NYPD detective John Baeza joins the show to discuss the tragic killing of George Floyd and the riots sparked by that killing. “I think we’re going to see repeats of this unrest,” says John Baeza who claims that the problem is an increasing militarization of law enforcement. On the riots that have gripped the […]

Classic Interviews: The John Baeza Files

Back in 2018, David Gornoski sat down with retired narcotics detective and Ron Paul’s head of security John Baeza. Watch the interview above. David Gornoski: In this powerful video interview, retired detective John Baeza shines a light on the darkness of our criminally unjust justice system. Before he was Ron Paul and Rand Paul’s head […]

Daniel McAdams on the Sacrificial Failure of Lockdowns

What is the best way to tackle COVID-19? Government force and the threat of violence? Or voluntary concern for your neighbor? Ron Paul Institute’s Daniel McAdams, co-host of the Ron Paul Liberty Report show, joins us to set the record straight on state violence, Ron Paul vs. Dr. Fauci on the COVID-19 death rate, and […]