This hour is directed to all those who value truth above attachment to their own political leanings. Jon Miltimore explains the origins of the thought police and why they scare us. Annie Holmquist’s take on how Americans select their dictators. Talk about a strange coincidence, 26 of the 27 deadliest mass shooters were fatherless.
Outsourcing charity to government leaves people out in the cold. Jacob Hornberger’s latest column spells out the difference between coercion and charity. Is it really that difficult to roll back government overreach? Not according to Robert E. Wright. Despite what we may think, the state of humanity is getting better all the time. An excellent … Read more
If growing talk of civil war is making you nervous, you’re not alone. Brandon Smith has a take worth considering. Also, a terrific article from Oliver DeMille on the biggest problems with modern politics and what we can do about them. How personal responsibility blunts the power of the state over us.
Suzanne Sherman joins us to discuss several areas where our remaining freedoms are in jeopardy. Why the Supreme Court upholding the right of Sandy Hook families to sue gun maker Remington is a mixed blessing. The Supremes are also considering giving police a new excuse to pull you over. How these types of decisions trample … Read more
Today is World Kindness Day. Here’s a video to give you some inspiration of what that looks like. The vanishing connection between religion and Western Civilization. Paul Rosenberg’s latest column explains what our new religions are. Why does it appear that journalism is firmly on the side of non-monogamy. Ever notice how everything that came … Read more
Ron Paul has some timely thoughts on the “mother of all bubbles” and what happens when it pops. Remember that whole maxim about “actions speak louder than words”? That’s why climate activists are tough to take seriously. Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins us to discuss life on the big plantation. We also talk … Read more
Suzanne Sherman joins us to discuss a panoply of subjects including: California’s blackouts and recent proposal to ban natural gas Dismantling of HAM radio infrastructure College professors who demean rural America or advocate violence against peaceful but differing viewpoints What’s happening to your private medical data