Culture and Causation, a weekly podcast of OSI, explores social and cultural issues, including race relations and conditions in American cities, with Aaron Briley and guests.
Mary Grabar on Howard Zinn and The 1619 Project
Aaron interviews Dr. Mary Grabar, author of Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History That Turned a Generation against America and Debunking The 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America, about the perversion of American history by both Howard Zinn and The 1619 Project, the consequences of this perversion, and what we should do about it.
Neal McCluskey on The Virtues of School Choice
Aaron interviews Neal McCluskey, author of Feds in the Classroom: How Big Government Corrupts, Cripples, and Compromises American Education, about options in school choice, persistent myths regarding school choice, and why more choice is a key to improving standards of education.
Alex Nowrasteh on Free Immigration
Aaron interviews Alex Nowrasteh, author of Wretched Refuse? The Political Economy of Immigration and Institutions, about a broad range of immigration topics, such as: the moral case for open immigration, birthright citizenship, assimilation rates, the economic and social effects of immigration, and much more.
Kerry McDonald on Nontraditional Schooling
Aaron interviews Kerry McDonald, author of Unschooled: Raising Curious, Well-Educated Children Outside the Conventional Classroom, about woke ideology, its spread throughout our classrooms, and the benefits of nontraditional schooling options.
Charles Murray on Racially Disproportionate Outcomes
Aaron interviews Dr. Charles Murray, author of Facing Reality: Two Truths About Race in America, about racially disproportionate outcomes, what they mean, and why recognizing two uncomfortable truths can preserve our republic.
Blair Schofield and Martin Lindeskog on Racism in the U.S. and Sweden
Aaron interviews Blair Schofield and Martin Lindeskog, hosts of the podcast The Secular Foxhole, about how they understand race and racism, what social trends are the most disturbing, and whether they are optimistic or not about a resurgence of individualism.