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This show won't tell you what to think but it will definitely encourage you to think more clearly and independently about the world around us. My goal is to leave you more certain of who you are and what you stand for. Come find courage and camaraderie among your fellow wrongthinkers and claim your heritage as a free individual. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bryan-hyde/support
 
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There have been plenty of warnings about the steady move toward a cashless society. Kit Knightly says that programmable digital currency may be the next stage of the new normal. If so, it means that our money is about to be replaced by vouchers that are subject to complete state control. Ever hear of mysterious stories of survival in which the surv…
 
Good news seems to be in short supply these days but John Stossel has a nice reality check for us. He points out that there would be a lot more good news if government would simply get out of the way when innovators are working to improve our lives. We take a lot of things for granted. That's partly because we don't have a clear understanding of wh…
 
The divisions that have been created by various COVID policies are very real. And while it's tempting to see those with views opposite of ours as being evil or stupid, the reality is that most are simply afraid. Thomas Harrington has an excellent article on the frightened class and how they've bought into the fear being pumped at us around the cloc…
 
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by today to talk about rising food prices and the shrinking circle of things we're still allowed to do. Eric has a solid take on what's going on as well as a number of highly workable suggestions for what each of us can do to improve our personal situation. If you've ever wondered how those who lived under t…
 
Every single one of us faces a moment of decision when we must choose whether to go along with something we know is wrong, to remain silent in the face of it, or to walk away from it. The past 20 months have given us a lot of opportunities to experience this firsthand. Thomas Luongo says it's time for all good men to stop fearing John Galt. Would y…
 
One of the hardest truths you can face as an individual is the realization that no one is coming to save you. On the other hand, it's exactly the kind of thing that can motivate us to do the right thing. M.E. Boyd explains how the time has come to nobly save or meanly lose our republic. Public schools have been hemorrhaging students for the past ye…
 
In spite of all the instability we see around us, there are individuals who give me authentic hope for the future. 3rd generation Nevada rancher Jared Sorenson is one of those people. He is a textbook example of living with purpose. He's also the author of a book titled: "Searching For Home: Finding Grace" The people are reaching the limits of thei…
 
Would it shock you to consider the possibility that we are being conditioned to fear free speech? Jonathan Turley says politicians want us to believe that they are moving to protect us from unhealthy reading choices. Shows like mine are there for the benefit of those who have become aware of how we are being systematically manipulated and stripped …
 
I'm grateful for friends and fellow heretics like Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. Eric stops by each week for a reality-based conversation on current events and to explore how to maintain our freedom while living in clown world. We've had a solid year and a half to evaluate how the various mandates, lockdowns and other official responses to Cov…
 
Just how crazy are things getting? It's gonna take me the better part of today's show to illustrate how detached we've become from reality. Here's a good video clip to set the stage: A 16 year old Wyoming high school student is arrested as her school is put on lockdown because she wouldn't mask up. This program exists, in part, as an alternative to…
 
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins us to talk current events viewed through the lens of common sense. His take on luck vs. natural immunity is worth considering. A recent AP article featured a handful of doctors who say they're getting frustrated with people who question their recommendations. Of course, those recommendations are a mirror ima…
 
What mass media is saying about the results of the Arizona election audit isn't surprising. What's astonishing is how little they're saying. Michael Kimmet has some of the crucial information that the press is leaving out regarding the audit. This wasn't about trying to unseat Biden, it was about finding inconsistencies, irregularities and potentia…
 
It's not uncommon to hear people describe our current overlapping crises as being part of a massive psy-op being orchestrated by the people in power. Given how many of us are feeling the strain on our mental health lately, that raises some interesting questions. Robert Freudenthal warns that psychiatry will not save us from lockdown harm. In fact, …
 
Isn't it interesting how, during the past year and a half, we've all been trained to classify people by profession, stigmatize the sick and now to demonize the noncompliant? Jeffrey A. Tucker says the purges have begun and a new kind of medical puritanism is taking shape. The Biden vaccine mandates are getting more pointless by the day. Watch for m…
 
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me to talk about the ongoing battle to reclaim and retain our freedoms. Will we ever see an end to the mask mandates? We also discuss new car options that aren't but ought to be. Think about how difficult it is to get a factual take on current events and then consider the chilling effect on free speech if go…
 
One of the most common challenges that defenders of freedom encounter is the difficulty in helping others understand that we have been moving steadily toward tyranny. It's not just a matter of where we're headed. Caitlin Johnstone says one of the biggest issues is that people don't understand how unfree we already are. Our colleges and universities…
 
It's getting harder to believe the folks who claim it's necessary to push for more intense Covid lockdowns and mandates. Jon Miltimore explains that this is especially the case when there are real world examples like Denmark where cases are down 60% since the government there lifted all Covid restrictions. The most interesting thing about tyranny i…
 
If you openly express your support for limiting the power over government to intrude into your life, that's a sure sign that you're a criminal to some folks. Charles C.W. Cooke sets the record straight and explains why, no, you don't have to be a criminal to want to limit government. Just when you wonder how much harder they could grab for addition…
 
Michelle North is the Gift of Freedom committee leader benefiting Operation Underground Railroad. She and her husband Kish join me to talk about an upcoming fundraising event in Provo, Utah to help stop human trafficking. She can be reached at: gof.mnorth@gmail.com Voluntary cooperation is the greatest tool for solving human problems. Unfortunately…
 
If you're serious about claiming, using and defending your freedom, it starts with a conscious choice to live as a free man or woman. Stacey Rudin asks are you ready and willing to be free again? The sad truth is that many people are unsure how to answer this question. If you haven't taken the time to delve into the book The Fourth Turning by histo…
 
Right now, a lot of experts are weighing in on nearly every aspect of our lives. None of them can judge as accurately what is personally best for you like you can. Art Carden explains that, as nice as it is to have access to people with legit expertise, those experts can still fail--even when they're right. A curious pattern is emerging whenever th…
 
One of the toughest things to contemplate is that we're just going to have to get used to things being different than before. Find the time to read this entire speech given by James George Jatras. He takes an unflinching look at how it's later than we think as well as offering three practical things we can do about it. The word anarchy strikes fear…
 
One of the biggest blessings of our current crises is that they have brought forward individuals who are willing to answer the calling to step up and be a source of light and courage. Allan Stevo is one of the brightest sources out there. His latest column explains how to decouple your life from the people trying to assume control of it. Not to sou…
 
The California recall election took place yesterday and it appears that Gavin Newsom has survived to serve the remaining year or so of his term. Allan Stevo reports that change is coming to California, nevertheless. When public officials begin hiding from their constituencies, they're definitely reaching the end of their legitimacy. Hurrah for equa…
 
The idea that the political class has leveraged fear over the Covid-19 pandemic into control over the public isn't just a conspiracy theory. Scott Morefield explains how this is evident to any person who recognizes that governments have lost the war against the virus. The various mandates being forced upon us don't just violate our freedom of consc…
 
It sure felt like a gauntlet was thrown down when the president announced sweeping power grabs and how his "patience is running thin" for those who won't obey. Lots of people have responded to that speech but I found Thomas Luongo's recommendation to be particularly worthwhile. He says, just say no to Joe Biden's call for civil war. The Mises Insti…
 
After Joe Biden's latest speech, it should be painfully clear to anyone who's paying attention that no politician, no candidate or bureaucrat at any level of government is coming to save you. You'll be free to the exact degree that you're willing to be defiant. Olivia Rondeau has a marvelous essay on the timeless tradition of non-compliance. The fo…
 
We're fast approaching the point where a person would be far better off to abstain from most media (mass and social) than to attempt to remain "informed" by the narrative managers of the chattering class. Boyd Cathey has a marvelous column about why we don't trust the media and why we are right not to. On a related note, it's very common to hear me…
 
Yesterday I spent a fair amount of time on the Fourth Turning model of cycles of history. Here's an excellent follow up column from Jim Quinn that provides some deeper insights into how our current turning is shaking out. Because it has proven so essential to consolidating and maintaining power over the masses, Quinn warns that this war on Covid wi…
 
Eric Peters is back to talk about cars, motorcycles and current events with a clear, uncompromising freedom perspective. We talk about French police beating people suspected of being unvaccinated, the growing microchip shortage and the need to be self reliant. Not trying to start trouble here but why are we not supposed to know about or discuss ive…
 
True confession, I've had a concealed carry permit for nearly 30 years. My current permit expires in a couple of years and I'm 99% sure I won't be renewing it. I'd rather not pay the government before exercising my rights. Hannah Cox has a great explanation of why this is a good thing and how Texas was right to become the latest open carry state. A…
 
The best remedy for feeling overwhelmed is to count your blessings. Sometimes that requires stepping back for a moment and reflecting on all the marvelous things we're taking for granted each day. Alexander Hammond walks us through the 20 biggest advances in technology in the past 20 years. The flipside to the technological advances that make our l…
 
Too much of the drama that drives our society is the result of becoming focused on personalities rather than principles. Having said that, Cheryl K. Chumley has an excellent article on Joe Rogan vs. Dr. Fauci and why one is more trustworthy than the other. People who don't know history can find it difficult to connect the dots of how the world real…
 
If you need to have your perspective recalibrated from time to time, there's nothing quite like taking the time to appreciate all the little things that make life great. Art Carden has a marvelous piece on the the symphonies of cooperation that take place daily to keep us fed, clothed and sheltered. The worst part of the various restrictions on our…
 
One of the biggest challenges of living through difficult times is becoming resilient enough to not only survive but to improve when things go sideways. Leo Babauta has some excellent advice on how to develop extraordinary resilience. Just how important is our freedom of conscience? Before answering that question, consider how many people in offici…
 
A lot of things around us are changing quickly. That can make financial matters like investing for the future pretty challenging, to put it mildly. Certified Financial Planner Patrick Huey joins me to discuss his book History Lessons for the Modern Investor. Learn about the historical stories that resonate most in our current market. Sometimes we w…
 
Politicians and other power-seekers are very intent to make schoolchildren wear masks. It's a move that isn't necessarily supported by "the science." Jon Miltimore points out how the CDC itself admits that schools with mask mandates saw statistically comparable rates of transmission as schools without mask mandates. Overconfidence in science is cau…
 
When science and medicine aren't attached to political agendas, they can be very beneficial. When they are used to advance the agendas of people in power, not so much. Paul Rosenberg has a straightforward take on the weaponization of medicine and how it masquerades as science. The dynamic that drives virtually every conflict in our society today is…
 
When it comes to standing for what matters in your life, are you a disciple, a follower or a cheerleader? Gary North wrote a marvelous essay back in 2004 describing the structure of a movement. If you are one of those brave souls who feels a sense of calling to extricate yourself from the mass psychosis that grips so much of our society, you are li…
 
First of all, a huge welcome to my listeners in Southern Utah who can now catch my show weekday afternoons between Noon and 2pm on 1450 AM and 93.1 FM in St. George, Utah. It's great to have a regular presence once again in one of the most remarkable radio markets around. Ever find yourself wondering if there's a concerted effort to mess with our m…
 
Why do the state, our mass media and the medical establishment work so hard to maintain the narrative that "all is well" when it comes to the Covid vaccine? John and Nurse Stephanie* join me to share some firsthand experiences of the lengths to which the establishment will go to maintain the illusion of consensus. *not their real names It's curious…
 
The mask is off, so to speak, when it comes to politics. It's not about protecting our natural rights and correcting actual wrongs. It's about punishing and coercing those who don't agree with us. Justin Begley from Young Voices asks, have we reached the end of reason in policymaking? If you're thinking about learning a second language, you may wan…
 
We live in a time where a large number of people live in a kind of manufactured normality. When we stop questioning what we are being told, we can fail to see what we should notice rather than what we're being told to notice. The most unsettling aspect of the ongoing pandemic isn't necessarily the threat posed by a particular virus. It's the destru…
 
The law of the harvest says we reap what we sow. In the case of our societal fixation on "wokeness" we find that we've elected astonishingly incompetent leaders. Robert Weiss describes how the Taliban may have just provided us with a Sputnik moment for wokeness. We're also getting an object lesson in unintended consequences thanks to the various Co…
 
At the risk of sounding like the old man who yells at clouds, why is the spectacle of men in dresses becoming a thing? Annie Holmquist has a timely reality supplement for those of us scratching our heads at the gender-bending fashion trend that seems to be taking hold. When it comes to avoiding the coronavirus, are you safer to just stay at home? G…
 
Are we supposed to believe that anyone who hasn't yet availed himself of the Covid vaccine is doing so out of selfishness, stupidity or is clinging to conspiracy theories? As Hannah Cox explains, these aren't the only possible reasons that one might abstain. The real issue is that some people simply will not be coerced into doing something against …
 
We're fortunate to have a friend like Eric Peters on the side of freedom and liberty. We cover a number of current events in our discussion today including the creation of health kulaks and our ongoing subjugation. The fear that so many feel over Covid is causing a kind of tunnel vision to set in where the bigger picture can be difficult to see. Ma…
 
The growing division between those who support tyranny and those who defy it is becoming very clear. But we seldom stop to ask the question of why people embrace these viewpoints. Brandon Smith has a fascinating take on what motivates some individuals to seek control over the people around them and others who simply wish to be left alone. If you fi…
 
The push to mask and vaccinate children is growing and one of the central arenas where this is playing out is within our public school systems. Kerry McDonald says this may be the year to redshirt your kindergartener as you explore alternatives. Maintaining a sense of perspective isn't easy right now. Thank heavens for writers like Jon Miltimore an…
 
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