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Ep. 1994 Entrepreneur Fights Back Against Big Tech, Seeks "New Tech Leadership"
According to Peter Rex, who's been in real estate for 16 years and has purchased and managed over 20,000 properties, "Big Tech leadership has lost its social license to lead. They’re focused on extracting value, rather than creating it; muzzling dissent rather than freeing our voices; oppressing rebels rather than being the rebel." He seeks to be part of a movement to change that. Special Offer: We love our monthly Happily date box — it's full of games, recipes, and activities that bring us closer together. With a different theme each month, it's something we're always thrilled to receive. Take 50% off your first date at
Ep. 1993 False Alarm: Against Climate Change Hysteria
Author Björn Lomborg joins me to discuss the problems with climate-change propagandists who have a massive chunk of the world's population convinced that literal human extinction is sure to occur because of rising temperatures. Sponsor: With Egnyte, your small to medium-size business can share files securely, safe from ransomware, and with a user-friendly interface your team will love. Start your free trial today at .
Ep. 1992 Airline Employees Fight Back Against Mandates
Airline pilot Josh Yoder joins me to discuss US Freedom Flyers, his new organization aimed at pushing back against the Biden vaccine mandates.
Ep. 1991 Politics Is a Rotten Way for People to Interact
Everyone loves the satire of the Babylon Bee, and over the summer I had the pleasure of appearing on their podcast. We talk domestic politics and foreign policy, and I explain to a largely Christian audience why the state poisons everything.
Ep. 1990 The Dreadful State of Economics, and How to Fix It
One of this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in economics, David Card, co-authored the notorious Card-Krueger study of the minimum wage, which appeared to turn the conventional economic wisdom about the effects of minimum wages on its head. Peter Klein of Baylor University joins us to discuss what's gone wrong with economics such that we've reached the point where economists, rather than describing the constraints on what politics can accomplish, have become cheerleaders for the state.
Ep. 1989 Secession: The Constitutional, Historical, and Moral Case
I make the constitutional, historical, and moral case for national divorce.
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Thank you for sharing Bryam Bridle’s letter. I’ve been following him since late May. We need more scientists like him to speak out against mandatory covid vaccines and possible risks that could happen after being injected. He is someone I very much admire and I hope he gets the respect he deserves. What they have done to him online and in person is truly disgusting. These unethical doctors should be ashamed of themselves and so should the university. I wonder how much money the university received to make these vaccines mandatory and who’s really giving the orders.
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