1-13-2021 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

There’s a lot of talk about armed protests at all the state capitols this weekend. This is not the time to go flexing your tactical doodads in public. Andrea Widburg has some of the timeliest advice you’ll ever hear: Do not fall for a plot to entrap Second Amendment supporters.

To hear some tell it, last week’s protest at the Capitol was akin to the Holocaust in terms of its affront to humanity. That’s a viewpoint that is lacking perspective. James Bovard doesn’t hesitate to condemn the violence in Washington D.C. as well as the Congressional hypocrisy that followed.

Your ride share driver likely understands opportunity costs at a level that the rest of us don’t. I don’t think I’ve seen a clearer example than the one given in this article by Jeffrey A. Tucker.

It was five years ago today that I had my last interview with LaVoy Finicum. I wish more people could have met this man and knew enough about him to challenge the narrative of who he was and what he was doing in Malheur.

1 thought on “1-13-2021 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two”

  1. R.I.P. Lavoy!!! He was a great man! He is part of the reason I stand where I stand today! Thank you Brian for never letting go of your conviction just as he didn’t! You too are a great man and I wish you the best in this coming insanity and I hope we get to meet at some point. My sister Lisa cowley lives in lehi and is part of a few different groups fighting for liberty so if you happen to run into her, she is no joke! She is the one that built the big mask that the kids ran through at the capitol…. and my niece was the first kid to run through it! Anyways, I love your podcast and I’m glad I still get to hear you after your absence from southern utah A.M. radio. Man I miss the HD radio show. But this is a good replacement!

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