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How to Save the World

Should we trust a government that has failed miserably in the so-called war against drugs? “Our society’s tyrants depend on creating mental prisons for the rest of the population to feel powerless as victims,” David Gornoski says. How can we move past the consecrated chaos of democracy and towards bringing more skin in the game? […]

THINGS HIDDEN 26: The Gospel of Jesus vs the Gospel of Caesar

What did Caiaphas mean when he said, “it is better that one man die than the whole nation perish?” David Gornoski sits down with writer Michael Plaisted and, together, they attempt to tackle this question for our times. Was there any semblance of socialism during the time of Christ? And if there was how did […]

Sen. Rand Paul: “Masks Are All About Submission”

If imitation is part of innate human nature, how do we go about imitating without inviting conflict? Join David Gornoski as he addresses this question. David also comments on the assault on the liberties of non-violent people; “corporate communism” in COVID bailouts; the crippling of small businesses; the Vatican’s endorsing of vaccines made from aborted […]

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. […]

Humpty Dumpty Can Never Return

“How many people of color overseas were bombed or led to starvation? Say their names, New York Times.” In this episode, David Gornoski provides a scorching critique of the New York Times’ pro-war and pro-injustice narratives disguised as social justice. What lies behind the phenomenon of rich kids wanting to overthrow capitalism? What causes rich […]

Jeff Deist: YouTube Censors Mises Institute

Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute returns to the show. What makes someone a socialist and Marxist? Jeff Deist points us to some sources that say Karl Marx had skin disease. Did Marx want others to feel his pain? How many people are suffering from a decline in health due to the lockdowns? “Fauci is a tool […]

Adam Ellwanger: Is Politics Pro-wrestling?

Is our democracy rigged just like a pro-wrestling match? Adam Ellwanger, professor of English at the University of Houston–Downtown and writer at Human Events, joins David Gornoski to expound on this matter where presidential elections can’t be fairly decided thanks to media bias. Ellwanger says that whereas pro-wrestling will subtly acknowledge our recognition that it […]

The Serving Monarch

The role of the monarch in human history proves to be a fascinating subject. It is fascinating not only from the perspective of governance but also from that of religion and ethics. The anthropological trajectory of Ethiopia, according to its legend and history, is one example where this observation of ethical development can be made.  […]

Keith Weiner: What About China? Jeff Deist on the Religiosity of Election Day

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals returns to the show to address the Biden family ties to communist China. Can we have fair and free trade deals with China? Keith argues that we are weakening our economy with our central-planning and that it would be foolish to ask for more regulations. Also, Jeff Deist of the […]

What’s Left for the Left?

“The American left should work toward abolishing the Constitution someday—either for a new document or a new democratic order without a written constitution.” This was written in a column for the New Republic. David analyzes this statement and points to the lack of any real vision on the Republican side as well as the alarming […]