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THINGS HIDDEN 85: Indian Bronson on Apocalyptic Chastity

David Gornoski is joined by culture critic, Indian Bronson, for a conversation about why charts are inexpensive, how the sexual revolution kills off reproduction, what can be done to end the sexual revolution, why western elites hate Putin, the military recruiting crisis in America, what millennials will think of themselves in their old age, how […]

THINGS HIDDEN 84: Paul Gottfried on the Future of Conservatism

David Gornoski sits down with Paul Gottfried, editor-in-chief of Chronicles magazine, for a discussion on the recent National Conservatism Conference in Miami, whether the American idea is susceptible to more revolutions, the Woke version of the Left, US intelligence backing of the Frankfurt School, Christian guilt in modern America, countering what Rene Girard called “super […]

THINGS HIDDEN 83: Pedro Gonzalez on the Death of Eliza Fletcher

David Gornoski sits down with Pedro Gonzalez, writer at Chronicles Magazine, for a discussion on the brutal killing of Eliza Fletcher. What are we missing in our public discourses that are related to crime and justice? Has Christianity made justice through the death penalty impossible? Is Fletcher’s killing just an isolated incident or is it […]

THINGS HIDDEN 82: Live From Taiwan

David Gornoski sits down with Stephen Young and Justin Lewis for a conversation on Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan and China’s threat toward the island. Why does China see Taiwan as a threat? Does China have a claim on Taiwan? How are the people in Taiwan reacting to China’s strongarm tactics? Should the US be […]

THINGS HIDDEN 81: Clifton Duncan on Charisma and Transcendence

David Gornoski sits down with Clifton Duncan, actor and heterodox liberal, for a conversation on growing up in Europe, getting into the arts, the decline of charisma in the entertainment industry, how nihilism has invaded our culture, the need for good art from the Right, the rejection of love for life in this pandemic age, […]

THINGS HIDDEN 80: Health, Liberty, and Arrests for Unmasked Moviegoing with Michael Anthony

David Gornoski sits down with Michael Anthony, host of The Meat of It podcast, for a conversation on transformation through the carnivore diet, the domestication of humans through various psyops, the historical origins of nutritional damage, sacrificial rituals behind myths, the need for transcendent ideals, fighting for liberty in New York City, and more. Check […]

THINGS HIDDEN 79: Battling to the End VI

David Gornoski sits down with Craig Stewart and the two continue their study on Rene Girard’s Battling to the End. In this episode they explore chapter 5 of Girard’s last book. Can we make sense of the FBI Trump raid with Girard’s anthropology? Is humanity waking up to the revelation of the Gospel? Are all […]

THINGS HIDDEN 78: Ron Paul on Nihilism vs Truth

David Gornoski is joined by the returning Dr. Ron Paul for an exciting THINGS HIDDEN episode. Is the Ron Paul revolution returning to conservatism? How do we avoid this culture of nihilism that has surrounded us in recent times? Is there a connection between Jesus and the historical movement for liberty? Listen to the full […]

THINGS HIDDEN 77: Garrett Dailey on Elon Musk vs. BlackRock in the Eschaton

David Gornoski sits down with entrepreneur and philosopher, Garrett Dailey, for a conversation on the separation of theory from practice, modernity vs. postmodernism, Gnosticism in Woke ideology, whether the leftist hegemony can relearn tolerance, Christianity’s impact on culture, the eschatological aspect of Christianity, Elon Musk’s beef with BlackRock over Twitter, the coming metaverse, the need […]

THINGS HIDDEN 76: Liberating Victims of Public Schooling

David Gornoski sits down with Katie Phipps Hague of the Mises Institute for a conversation on the benefits of homeschooling. Why do public school educators tend to adopt a co-parenting mentality toward children in classrooms? How is homeschooling generally perceived in the post-pandemic age? What are some good resources for parents interested in homeschooling? Why […]