11-13-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

Writer Alex R. Knight III joins us to talk about his journey from vagueness to voluntaryism. If you’re not familiar with this term, you’ll appreciate Alex’s experience and his take on how to perpetuate freedom in its most authentic form.

None of us knows for sure the outcome of this year’s presidential race. Either way, if Donald J. Trump is serious about defying the deep state, he should pardon Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. Jacob Hornberger makes the case for why this should happen.

How can you make a difficult situation even more unpleasant? Just add taxes. Christian Britschgi warns about a new proposal to tax those who work from home for the “privilege” of using their home as an office.

You’ve heard Sweden held up as an example of how to respond to Covid without authoritarian lockdowns. But did you realize that Finland and Norway had similar experiences to Sweden’s, and they did it without locking everything down? Jon Miltimore has a great article on how the less restrictive approaches appear to be working beautifully.

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