9-29-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 1

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. Are we supposed to believe that the more taxes you pay, the better a person you are? How could a free people possibly think that way?

I found an essay by Jeff Snyder that he wrote back in 2004. It’s called “Walter Mitty’s Second Amendment” and it’s a powerful illustration of how a mostly enslaved people can stubbornly maintain that they’re still free.

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 lie all the time? How can we know who and what to trust? Why is deception an acceptable part of politics?

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9-29-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 1

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. Are we supposed to believe that the more taxes you pay, the better a person you are? How could a free people possibly think that way?

I found an essay by Jeff Snyder that he wrote back in 2004. It’s called “Walter Mitty’s Second Amendment” and it’s a powerful illustration of how a mostly enslaved people can stubbornly maintain that they’re still free.

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 lie all the time? How can we know who and what to trust? Why is deception an acceptable part of politics?

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