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 Troops Home and Maj. Danny Sjursen of Skeptical Vet for a Veterans Radio segment. Together, they discuss the legacy of General Smedley Butler, the nineteen years of the Afghanistan War, the non-existent anti-war left, the war hawks in the conservative side, and more.

Veterans Radio: Nineteen Years of War in Afghanistan

David Gornoski comments on President Trump’s Sanford rally, the WHO’s remarks on global COVID lockdowns, the NBA’s declining viewership, and the TV media’s fear complex. Plus, Sgt. Dan McKnight of Bring Our Troops Home returns with another segment of Veterans Radio to discuss the nineteenth anniversary of the start of the Afghanistan war. McKnight reflects on the illegal nature of the war and how lies were fed to us to start it. Will Trump succeed in dodging bureaucratic pushbacks and bringing our troops home before Christmas? How important is discussing foreign policy during election times? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Veterans Radio: The Cost of War

Sgt. Dan McKnight is back with another hour of Veterans Radio. Why did Hillary Clinton lose in the last election? Dan McKnight argues that the American people are sick of endless wars and the candidate who promises to bring our troops home is the most likely to be elected president. What is the human cost of war? Sgt. McKnight answers by giving us a harrowing account of what it was like serving in Afghanistan. How does war affect our nation financially and politically? How would a Biden presidency shape our foreign policy? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

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Media Tries Its Best to Control You

Why are the masses falling prey to a media that acts as the establishment’s PR front? David Gornoski argues that the problem exists because of the void that is intended to be filled by non-violent, innovative role models who can revolutionize science, technology, and other spheres without the need for coercion. How do we foster a community of innovators in a world filled with people squabbling over political scraps? How do we get that creative mentality back from the dungeons of the establishment? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Tho Bishop on Armenia / Azerbaijan Conflict, Sgt. Dan McKnight, Major Danny Sjursen on Smedley Butler

What’s going on with Armenia and Azerbaijan? Where does this conflict originate and how does it expose the way nations have been dealing with each post-cold war? Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop calls in to explain this complex scenario and why America should steer clear of intervention. Also, Sgt. Dan McKnight and Danny Sjursen call in for a Veterans Radio segment on General Smedley Butler who wrote the book ‘War is a Racket.’ Who was Smedley Butler and what caused him to become a critic of America’s interventionist wars? Listen to the full episode for the remarkable story of a truth-teller and more.

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John Kiriakou on CIA’s Ukraine “Whistleblower”

In this classic interview from October 15, 2019, David Gornoski is joined by author and CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou. Together, the two discuss the allegations that President Trump would not provide military aid to Ukraine if the government did not help him investigate Joe Biden’s son. Kiriakou questions the claims of the mainstream media, particularly that their anonymous source is a “whistleblower.” Who is this anonymous source and why did he go to the CIA? Kiriakou also addresses the leftist media’s hypocrisy on social justice and foreign policy, how he was denied the right to be known as a whistleblower, how the CIA shapes information on the internet, and more.

Veterans Sgt Dan McKnight and LTC Danny Davis on Abraham Accords and the Doha Deal

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the reaction to the passing away of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. David also reflects on the sheer hypocrisy of the left for their endorsement of a warmonger and mass incarcerator like Joe Biden. Plus, veterans Dan McKnight and Danny Davis join David to discuss the struggle to bring our troops home from Afghanistan, the latest news surrounding the Israel–United Arab Emirates treaty, otherwise known as the Abraham Accords peace agreement, as well as the United States-Taliban peace process at Doha.

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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 where she was chased out by a mob from the campus. Does the hatred for Trump stem from any actual knowledge of his policies? Kaitlin says that this hatred comes from indoctrination rather than discernment while announcing that she intends to return to the UCF campus. Listen to the full episode for all of this and more.

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Battle of the Scapegoats, Keith Weiner on GDP, Inflation

David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell return for a conversation on economic stimulus and welfare, scapegoat narratives in politics and culture, and more. Plus, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to talk about the latest news on the economy such as the Fed becoming the 1/3rd owner of US mortgages, the 3 trillion deficit of US budget, JPMorgan abusing government relief funds, and more. What is the broken window fallacy? Why does the “hate has no home here” crowd push for endless wars overseas? Listen to the entire episode to find out and more.

Detective John Baeza Challenges George Floyd Cause of Death

David Gornoski starts the show by reflecting on President Trump’s remarks on our troops and endless wars. The host of A Neighbor’s Choice also comments on Mark Zuckerberg’s intent to censor those who question the election results and Bill Gates remarks that we “don’t have a choice” when it comes to government COVID shutdowns. Why do big tech bosses like Zuckerberg and Gates insist on trying to control our thoughts and actions?
Also in the show, Detective John Baeza calls in to comment on the George Floyd footage and autopsy report. Was Floyd’s death due to the pressure that was put on his neck? Are the four officers guilty of murder?

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