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Getting people excited to read books is quite a challenge these days. Especially when it comes to old books, including classics. Gary Saul Morson spells out 4 reasons why literature needs to be saved from its teachers. More evidence that we're living in bizarro world, Facebook has demonitized The Babylon Bee for a satirical article it published las…
 
I've watched my 20 year old son spend a good amount of time pondering and going over his ballot as he prepares to vote for the first time. He's taking it seriously and that makes me proud. I'm likely going to share with him this commentary from John W. Whitehead: Don't vote for a psychopath. Lockdown advocates have struggled with the reality that S…
 
Fellow wrongthinker Gary Welch stops by to weigh in on the passing scene. Among the topics we cover: Is there a realistic alternative to the two major political parties? Gary explains why the United America Party may merit a closer look. Is Sweden really abandoning its no-lockdown policy? Jon Miltimore puts the rumor to rest. We are now living in t…
 
Eric Peters from EPAutos.com joins us for another spirited discussion of how to resist weaponized hypochondria. If you're not visiting his website regularly, you're missing out on some magnificent commentary on current events. There are a lot of areas in which the battle over lockdowns versus less authoritarian approaches are being fought. Jon Milt…
 
Social media censorship may be annoying but it's not as disturbing as the attempts to silence and marginalize medical doctors and health experts who question the official lockdown narrative. Dr. Scott Atlas has been a special target of the medical censors. Professor Martin Kulldorff of Harvard Medical School has penned a letter asking why. A lot of…
 
As disturbing as the current trend of social media censorship may be, this is not the time to run to government for a solution. Yaël Ossowski has some great advice on how not to respond to Twitter & Facebook. Look at almost any argument taking place in person or online today and, at some level, you'll find it's driven by pride. Joseph Pearce has an…
 
The strongest evidence that the political system is not interested in allowing any kind of change or reform can be seen in what is off limits for discussion in candidate debates. Steve Berger has a list of debate questions that would be extremely useful in helping us separate the wheat from the chaff. Remember when wearing a mask was something we l…
 
The nervousness you may be feeling about the upcoming election may be well justified. Robert Wheeler has a fascinating report about a political group that "war-gamed" the election to explore possible outcomes. Are they actually priming the pump for a transition to what they call "A new America"? Just as the time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, th…
 
I just got my ballot in the mail yesterday. I'm planning on voting but I know I can't be the only one wondering what we can do to get a reasonably honest election this time around. There's a lot of emphasis on political polls right now and it leaves a person wondering how accurate they might be. After all, remember when Hillary was absolutely domin…
 
The most pressing power struggle of our day isn't the upcoming presidential election. It's the battle between the lockdown ideologues and the rest of us. Phillip W. Magness shines a light on just how desperate the lockdowners have become. Things have been getting Orwellian for quite some time. But we've just passed another milepost of sorts. Changi…
 
Lots of faux outrage over Amy Coney Barrett's alleged faux pas of saying "sexual preference" instead of "sexual orientation." Brad Polumbo dismantles the case of her woke critics that ACB has somehow committed a hate crime. The desire to stock up on food and essential supplies is growing in the public consciousness. That means the time for procrast…
 
Here's an interesting thought: Should traffic ticket fines be based on your tax returns? Apparently some folks are floating this idea. Daniel J. Mitchell has a fascinating take on class warfare and traffic fines. So much focus is on national politics right now. Don't forget to stay engaged at the local level. Otherwise local officials might be temp…
 
Fellow wrongthinker Gary Welch joins me to talk about the consequences of November's elections--regardless of who wins. Also, we'll discuss the current Supreme Court nomination hearings, the alleged kidnapping plot in Michigan, the rise in Covid cases and what Governor Herbert may have up his sleeve in terms of new restrictions. Subscribe to the po…
 
Eric Peters from EPautos.com joins me for our weekly catch-up. We talk about current events and also touch on the origins of the modern safety cult. By now you've likely heard of the "foiled kidnapping plot" in Michigan. Authorities are invoking domestic terrorism fears to justify further clamp downs. James Bovard reminds us that there are actually…
 
Young Voices spokesman Stephen Kent joins me to talk about our collaborative launch of a new show featuring some of their top talent on the Fed By Ravens Media network. Join us to learn about Moving Forward with Young Voices. Isn't it curious that the World Health Organization has quietly reversed course on lockdowns? Jon Miltimore has a great arti…
 
It's been absolutely fascinating to watch the reactions to the Great Barrington Declaration over this past week. The lockdowners are in full damage control mode. Rob Sutton has an excellent article on why it's dangerous to blur the line between science and politics. The recent outrage over Sen. Mike Lee's comments on the true nature democracy is a …
 
One of the biggest indications that very little will change as a result of the upcoming election can be seen in what isn't being discussed or debated by the candidates. The national debt being a prime example. As Brad Polumbo explains, neither presidential candidate is going to slow the out of control spending. What's the difference between toleran…
 
As chaotic as 2020 has been, there is a bright side. Many people are beginning to realize, for the first time, that our enemy is not one another--it's the state. George F. Smith explains how the true, coercive nature of the state is being revealed and what we can do in response. By the way, Robert Higgs has a spot-on observation about how the so-ca…
 
The Great Barrington Declaration is sending shockwaves throughout the political class and its media narrative managers. As well it should. The power-seekers are losing the consent of those they wish to rule. Amelia Janaskie and Micha Gartz do a marvelous job of deconstructing the hit pieces that are starting to circulate in an attempt to undermine …
 
The reign of terror may be over in Michigan. Governor Whitmer's dictatorial executive orders have been invalidated by the state's highest court. As Judge Andrew Napolitano explains, the excuse of keeping us "safe" cannot be used to justify tyrannical rule. The case in Michigan may have implications for other states which have dismantled essential l…
 
Exciting announcements are coming up in a day or two that are very good news for free speech. Please stay tuned for details. Why are we so reluctant to stand up for one another's rights? Do we fear criticism? Do we fear for our physical safety? Dr. Walter E. Williams points out that our inalienable rights are under attack on multiple fronts. He als…
 
It's unreal. The divisiveness that permeates American society today is almost palpable. When will it end? It won't, says Jeff Thomas. He has a solid explanation of why some are so invested in keeping us divided. The inversion of our values can best be seen in how f-bombs are publicly dropped without the slightest hesitation, yet a professor can be …
 
WrongThinker Gary Welch joins me to discuss presidential Covid and the takeaways from last week's debate. We're both particularly encouraged by the Great Barrington Declaration regarding how to build herd immunity. Watch a marvelous video of the event here. The challenges associated with the coronavirus are real. But as Donald J. Boudreaux reminds …
 
Eric Peters is one of my favorite WrongThinkers. He joins me to talk about Orange Rona and the implications of the president having Covid-19. We also discuss the quest for safety at any cost and why resistance is a moral necessity. Holy cow! The line is being drawn in America. But it's not a political line. It's a division between those who are rul…
 
A perfect example of Covid lunacy took place over the weekend as school district officials shut down a high school football game because a man standing outside the stadium wasn't wearing a mask. Oh, did I mention that the man was Ammon Bundy? Sara Walton Brady joins me to discuss what happened. You may remember her from earlier this year. She was t…
 
Regardless of what your bank account says at this moment, the world is getting richer and has been for some time. Deidre Nansen McKloskey explains how equality, liberty and justice are all part of the formula that's driving back poverty worldwide. In a world where demands for a $15/hr minimum wage are increasing, it's good to be reminded about the …
 
Utah legislator Rep. Marc Roberts joins me to talk about the proposed resolution to end the state of emergency that Utah governor Gary Herbert keeps extending. It's time to bring those emergency powers back under the control of those who are directly accountable to the voters. Like many people, I've always had a weird relationship with money. It's …
 
Oh, 2020. You are a gift that just keeps on giving. Now that the president has tested positive for Covid-19, there's another level of intensity being added to an already polarizing election. Are you quietly and steadily stocking up on needed items? Kent McManigal suggests it might not be a bad idea. Ready to zoom out to get the big picture? I'll be…
 
You've no doubt heard about the president's tax returns by now. Is it really the controversy that some are trying to make it? Travis Nix joins me to discuss why the current controversy is no reason to overhaul the current tax code. These are discouraging times for those of us who love freedom. Sometimes it seems like the deck is hopelessly stacked …
 
Look out! Congress is stepping up to "help" the American people with a new ride-sharing safety bill. As Satya Marar points out, this new law would empower bureaucrats at the expense of businesses, drivers and rides alike. If the warnings of growing tyranny and authoritarianism sound too much like Chicken Little, maybe it's time to listen to people …
 
As much as we may not want to admit it, the purse-swinging at last night's presidential debate is a direct reflection of what our society is becoming. Being a good citizen involved a lot more than just voting. Gary Arnell breaks down some of the lessons learned from the first 2020 presidential debate. If you're serious about using your influence fo…
 
We learned a lot about the current state of politics in America during the presidential (ahem) debate last night. None of it was complimentary. The biggest "gotcha" moment was when the moderator asked the president to denounce white supremacists. Looks like the stage is being set for a racist vs. lockdown socialist decision come November. By the wa…
 
Tonight is the night for the first presidential debate. I won't be watching the debate but I will be following James R. Harrigan and Antony Davies on Twitter just to catch their running commentary. If you need a laugh, I suggest you do likewise. Gary Welch joins me to talk about political truth and its relation to authentic truth. Do politicians li…
 
Eric Peters from EPautos.com joins me for our weekly WrongThink session. We'll be talking about California's "motor law" and how some folks are going to have the opportunity to experience their own Red Barchetta moment. Rush fans should enjoy this one. Much of the media is making a fuss over how little the president paid in taxes in 2016 and 2017. …
 
If you haven't subscribed to get the weekly emails from Paul Rosenberg's Freeman's Perspective, you're really missing out. Paul has a great take on what the year 2020 has revealed to us about the real nature of the systems that seek to govern us. If you didn't catch the fireworks between Senator Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci last week, it was an …
 
A groundswell of pushback against the Covid-19 lockdown and mask policies is growing in Utah County. Rep. Marc Roberts is circulating a draft of a resolution to end the state of emergency and clip the governor's wings by restricting his ability to keep locking the state down. For those who live in or near the Wasatch Front, please consider attendin…
 
The only thing I love more than non-sugarcoated truth is truth delivered with a healthy side of snark. Robert E. Wright has a great essay on why it's wise not to be a party to political parties. I'll never judge someone for wanting to drive an electric or hybrid vehicle. I do, however, reserve a certain amount of contempt for politicians who think …
 
Visiting with Word & Numbers podcast cohost James R Harrigan is the cerebral equivalent of downing a triple shot of espresso. James joins me to discuss the current Supreme Court drama as well as other notable current events. Want a better view of what's at stake in the upcoming election? Pat Buchanan says the chips are all on the table this time. H…
 
You've likely seen some of the recent footage of rioters across the nation breaking windows, looting, burning and beating and threatening innocent people. That's why you'll be glad to know that Moscow, Idaho police have arrested three people for failing to social distance while singing hymns in a church parking lot. We are all safer for their brave…
 
What would you say is the biggest choice before us today? Personally, I don't think it's about who we should elect to public office. As George Gilder explains, it's whether we will choose liberty or lockdowns. This year has been one long, uninterrupted learning experience for many of us. What are the most important takeaways? Jeffrey A. Tucker shar…
 
Trust in the heritage news media is evaporating. Gee. I wonder why. Will we ever again have sources of information that give us facts, minus the judgment, and allow us to make up our own minds as to what it all means? Robert E. Wright has a novel idea for create a source that delivers news you can't abuse. The Millennial generation gets a bad rap. …
 
The political chest-beating regarding Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing and replacing her on the Supreme Court is unsettling, to put it mildly. Dan Sanchez says it tells us a lot about America's political future. Like everything that becomes politicized, capitalism is poorly understood by many. Kent McManigal has a concise and accurate take on the pros…
 
What should we be looking for in a prospective Supreme Court justice? Tom Krannawitter has a thoughtful assessment of what matters and what doesn't. If living right matters to you, it's time to learn how to live dangerously. Paul Rosenberg explains how the key to really expanding your life and becoming a force in the universe starts with choosing n…
 
Fellow WrongThinker Eric Peters joins me to sort out the passing scene. We talk about a thoughtful, yet unexpected way, to break through the fear and reach others on the subject of mandatory masking. We also discuss what has happened to muscle cars and why their disappearance matters, even to those who would never drive one. It's been 7 years since…
 
In my home state of Utah, the governor has just extended the state of emergency once again. Big surprise, right? That rigid control and those federal dollars must be sustained somehow. John Tamny has an excellent piece on how authorities are once again turning to central planning to solve the problems caused by their lockdowns. He makes a great cas…
 
The movie Red Dawn had a dramatic impact on me as a teenager. So much so that we refer to it as "the historical training documentary" in my household. Jeffery A. Tucker explains how we've just experienced a Red Dawn scenario with the Covid-19 lockdowns. And it's the government, not the virus, that has become our enemy. We are currently seeing our n…
 
Kerry McDonald has been knocking it out of the ballpark this week. If you've heard the proposal that schools be mandated to teach patriotic content to their students, she warns that you might want to think twice before embracing it. Patriotic content should be taught by someone or something other than government-controlled institutions. To get a se…
 
Suppose you wanted to create your very own pandemic, you know, for fun and profit. How exactly would you go about that? Nils Nilsen lays out the formula for us and it sounds hauntingly familiar. There's a clear scramble on the part of politicians and bureaucrats to avoid even a shred of accountability for their disastrous overreaction to Covid-19. …
 
I've long believed the majority of the conflicts around us are merely extensions of an eternal war between darkness and light. Dr. Walter E. Williams has a fascinating column on the dark side of one of history's most diabolical philosophical giants--Karl Marx. Why aren't we hearing more about the South Dakota's approach to dealing with Covid-19? Am…
 
Here's a question not many of us want to consider: What if 2021 is even more challenging than 2020? Scary thought, huh? Robert E. Wright has some things worth considering about what the coming year may bring. No matter what next year brings, it's essential that we remember that we have great power over where we choose to focus our attention. Barry …
 
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