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 like that of MySpace? Also, why are there fewer arrests despite the rise in homicides? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

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The Media as “Team Biden Rapid Response,” Hunter Biden Emails

David Gornoski resumes his commentary on the media’s one-sided coverage of the 2020 presidential election. David expands on Mike Cernovich’s tweet that “the entire media establishment is Team Biden rapid response.” Join David Gornoski as he comments on the New York Post story surrounding Hunter Biden’s emails, Biden and Co’s horrendous foreign policy record, Big Tech’s social media monopoly and mass censorship, the media’s scapegoating of Trump on COVID deaths, and more.

Detective John Baeza on the Rayshard Brooks Shooting

Former NYPD detective John Baeza calls in to comment on the disbanding of plainclothes officers in New York City and the Wendy’s police shooting in Atlanta. Detective Baeza believes that the disbanding has nothing to do with reform and more to do with pandering to certain interest groups. On the Rayshard Brooks shooting, Baeza brings some attention to what would have happened if the stolen taser was used on the police officer charged with the murder. “As an officer are you supposed to stand there, get tased, and then have your gun exposed for someone to come and take it away?” Listen to the full episode as detective Baeza expertly breaks down this incident and more.

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David Gornoski on How Satan Casts Out Satan, Peter J. Hasson on Big Tech Manipulators

Host David Gornoski dives deep into the George Floyd murder and the following carnage and unravels the demonic mechanism that lies beneath. “Violence cannot stamp out violence,” says David as he explains the futility of rioting in the face of injustice. Also, Peter Hasson, author of ‘The Manipulators,’ calls in to discuss the role of social media companies in silencing conservative voices and policing the national thought process. The investigative reporter also brings to attention the double standards displayed by Silicon Valley during the ongoing rioting on the streets of our nation. Listen to the full episode for an epic deconstruction of the sacrificial machine, a defense of personhood, and a call to love our neighbors.

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Dr. Robert Epstein Exposes Google Election Interference and Manipulation

Former Editor in Chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Robert Epstein, Harvard PhD, joins us to talk about his stunning work on Google and social media manipulation and election interference. Even the simplest search results, Dr. Epstein claims, can dramatically shift the election in favor of one candidate. “Seventy percent of the YouTube videos people watch are just handed to them by Google.” Also brought up in the interview are YouTube’s censoring tactics and the tech company’s history of silencing dissident voices. Listen to the full episode for an unpacking of social media’s darkest secrets and more.

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Rep. Mike Hill: Government Overreach Is Not The Answer

In this episode of A Neighbor’s Choice, Florida Rep. Mike Hill calls in and argues that instead of panicking and shutting down the economy saner heads should have prevailed. “Government is not the answer, it has created the problem in the first place.” The conversation then moves to Mike Hill’s email interaction with a woman about her unemployment woes and how fear has consumed the entire population into going along with the government’s nonsensical measures. Listen to the full podcast for Rep. Hill’s thoughts on government overreach, social media censoring, foreign policy, criminal justice, and more.

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