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Media Myths Fall Like Lightning

David Gornoski starts the episode with a telling critique of the institutions that perpetuate theft and anti-western indoctrination. How does Woke Corporate-Fascism compare to Christianity and the myths of old? David reads from the work of Rene Girard and helps us understand how the Christian Gospel lays bare the concoction of narratives by power brokers. […]

A History of Human Violence

David Gornoski continues his analysis of the election with its Big Tech censorship and Dominion software controversy. The host of A Neighbor’s Choice also comments on the latest news surrounding the economic shutdowns due to COVID-19. What do the current overt authoritarianism and election rigging tell us about politicians? Is the concept of the “noble […]

How Victimism Blinds People to Systemic Oppression

David Gornoski is back with another exciting episode and this time he gets to the bottom of the Democrats’ victimist-driven politics as deflection from real tyranny. Beneath the veneer of diversity and social justice, the Democrats and their media allies perpetuate nothing but crony corporatism and authoritarianism. Does the Left’s “diversity” matter when people like […]

Building a New World

In this episode, David Gornoski gives us an anthropological breakdown of the mythology behind the “Great Reset.” “The ancient world believed that the best was at the beginning of time–the golden age,” David says as he brings attention to the archaic practice of religious sacrifice meant to effect resets in societies. But in today’s post-Christian […]

“We Don’t Want a Reset, We Need to Press Start,” Assessing the 2020 Election with Curt Mills

David Gornoski starts the show by getting into a problem not unusual for many Americans going into the next week: the moral conundrum of voting. Can we shrink into the voting crowd and have politicians take the things we haven’t worked hard for? “We don’t want a ‘reset,’” David says, “we need to press start.” […]

THINGS HIDDEN Film Series: Uncovering the Victims

David Gornoski, host of A Neighbor’s Choice radio show, sits down with pastor Jim Fitzgerald for a groundbreaking conversation on the early years of Christianity in the Middle-East and North Africa; Rene Girard’s anthropological reading of Christianity; Christianity as the anti-myth that deconstructs the mono-myths; the “founding murder” of civilization; human desire; and more. How […]

The Godfather – A Film Analysis

At the start of The Godfather: Part II (directed by Francis Ford Coppola), we see a grim exchange between a corrupt politician and the head of a Sicilian Mafia family. The politician, a reputed senator, denies the Mafia Don’s request for a Vegas gambling license, saying: “I despise your masquerade, the dishonest way you pose […]

Why Christ Didn’t Write, Veterans Radio: Honoring Smedley Butler, Nineteen Years of the Afghanistan War

David Gornoski begins the show by reading from Rene Girard’s book “When These Things Begin.” What did Jesus mean when he said we must pick up His cross and follow Him? What does the imitation of Christ mean in our modern-day society? Also in the show, David is joined by Sgt. Dan McKnight of Bring […]

Our Cannibalistic Desires: Shannon Braswell Interviews David Gornoski

Shannon Braswell, in his first episode of Polymath’s Paradise, sits down with David Gornoski. The two resume their discussion on the works of Rene Girard. David takes us through his disillusionment with mainstream Christian talking points and his introduction to Rene Girard. “Jesus was basically an object for folks rather than the subject of your […]

Kaitlin Bennett Responds to UCF Mob Attack, Announces Her Return

David Gornoski starts the show by taking us through the anthropological study of how ancient communities sustained their culture through human sacrifice and how that phenomenon still exists today when we look at the media and political narratives of our time. Plus, Kaitlin Bennett, conservative activist, calls in to talk about the incident on UCF […]