8-31-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 2

To say we’ve been living under fear for the last few months is an understatement akin to noting that the Arctic can be a bit chilly. What is the effect of long-term fear? Paul Rosenberg spells out what the wages of perpetual fear are and how we can find a way out.

All those public health “experts” whose pronouncements must never be questioned are looking a lot less credible than they did just a few weeks ago. Wesley J. Smith explains how their curious double standards are contributing to their dwindling credibility.

The curious thing about much of the political strife in America today is that both the left and the right see each other as hopelessly authoritarian. Guess what? They’re both right. David D’Amato warns that a free and open society requires a citizenry that than think in something other than bumper-sticker slogans.

Most of us can relate to the idea of having been “red-pilled.” It refers to the moment that we realize that we’ve been misled about much of what we believe regarding how the world works. James Walpole has some solid advice about how understanding history is one of the most readily available red pills available to us.

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8-31-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 2

To say we’ve been living under fear for the last few months is an understatement akin to noting that the Arctic can be a bit chilly. What is the effect of long-term fear? Paul Rosenberg spells out what the wages of perpetual fear are and how we can find a way out.

All those public health “experts” whose pronouncements must never be questioned are looking a lot less credible than they did just a few weeks ago. Wesley J. Smith explains how their curious double standards are contributing to their dwindling credibility.

The curious thing about much of the political strife in America today is that both the left and the right see each other as hopelessly authoritarian. Guess what? They’re both right. David D’Amato warns that a free and open society requires a citizenry that than think in something other than bumper-sticker slogans.

Most of us can relate to the idea of having been “red-pilled.” It refers to the moment that we realize that we’ve been misled about much of what we believe regarding how the world works. James Walpole has some solid advice about how understanding history is one of the most readily available red pills available to us.

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