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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 […]

The Revolt Against Differentiation and the Normalization of Violence

David Gornoski addresses the prevalent postmodern critique of traditional values such as the family, gender roles, and chivalry. “It’s a rebellion against nature, against boundaries. Differentiation becomes evil and violence becomes passé.” David argues that political correctness is not just an “idea” but also a religious movement that has, in some sense, rightly identified social […]

What is Critical Race Theory? James Lindsay, Michael Rectenwald Roundtable

Michael Rectenwald, author of Beyond Woke, and mathematician James Lindsay, author of Cynical Theories, join David Gornoski to address a certain subject that was brought up during the presidential debate by Chris Wallace, namely Critical Race Theory. What is this ideology that has crept into the universities? James Lindsay says, “this ideology that we’re up […]

THINGS HIDDEN 20: Founding the Galilean Global Village

Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance and Affluent Investor, joins David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell to discuss his new book ‘The Maker Versus the Takers’ and other topics such as the effects of socialist-centered liberation theology and mainstream evangelical theology. Jerry Bowyer argues that both of these theologies were premature in their conclusions due to […]

Rebel Wisdom’s Alexander Beiner, David Gornoski on Christianity vs Wokeism

  Listen to the podcast: David Gornoski sits down with Alexander Beiner, Co-Founder of Rebel Wisdom, to discuss new ways by which we can make sense of the chaotic world around us. In light of how Woke culture has proven itself to be a religious movement, society is failing to bind itself around the principle […]

Remembering Herman Cain, Weldon Angelos Secures Loon’s Release

In this episode, David Gornoski pays tribute to ex-presidential candidate Herman Cain. Picking up from where Cain left off, David says that “we should have a 0-0-0 plan–no income tax, no corporate tax, and no sales tax.” How do we get out of the McWoke lie of corporate Communism? The answer lies in recognizing Jesus’ […]

Why Are Americans Afraid to Speak Their Opinions?

“The modus operandi of our time: If you want more power you have to look more vulnerable.” David Gornoski argues that this is due to the haunting of Christ’s crucifixion in American society. Without looking to Jesus as a model for imitation, David says, we will devolve into fighting over and weaponizing all external identity […]

James Kourtides, David Gornoski on Rene Girard’s I See Satan Fall Like Lightning, Gospel Technology

How do we understand the growing undifferentiation–the breaking apart of traditional hierarchies–in western society? How can the church regain the gospel aesthetic of standing for the hidden victims of our society? The church must tell the stories of victims, David says, and in doing so, woke culture would evaporate in an instant. But then how […]

Prof. Wilfred Reilly Takes on the Woke

Professor Wilfred Reilly, author and political scientist at Kentucky State University, returns to the show to talk about political radicalism in America. Professor Reilly explains why he speaks out against radical movements and how the real struggle in America is between moderates and extremists. Is the far-right as powerful as the extreme-left? Are there double […]

Barouk Almaw Gari Gives an Ethiopian View on Identity Politics and Rene Girard

Barouk Almaw Gari, an Ethiopian entrepreneur and Rene Girard fan, joins David Gornoski to discuss his introduction to the works of Rene Girard, his perspective on Ethiopian politics and history, and how Christianity has shaped Ethiopia’s culture. How does the gospel effect each culture in their tribal and sacrificial customs? Barouk takes us through the […]