150 episodes

A show about what you're not supposed to say. Thaddeus Russell, author of A Renegade History of the United States, interviews people who break the rules of conventional discourse and expand the realm of the possible.

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    • 4.5 • 565 Ratings

A show about what you're not supposed to say. Thaddeus Russell, author of A Renegade History of the United States, interviews people who break the rules of conventional discourse and expand the realm of the possible.

    Unregistered 165: Ben Burgis

    Unregistered 165: Ben Burgis

    A fellow red-diaper baby and the author of Give Them An Argument, Ben Burgis joined me to discuss our mutual dissatisfaction with the way Americans argue about politics and our plans to fix that. UPCOMING RENEGADE UNIVERSITY WEBINARS: • LOGIC AND POLITICS: HOW TO MAKE AN ARGUMENT with Ben Burgis: https://renegadeuniversity.com/courses/logic-and-politics-how-to-make-an-argument/ • THE CASE AGAINST … Continue reading Unregistered 165: Ben Burgis →

    Unregistered 164: Laney Sweet

    Unregistered 164: Laney Sweet

    I was honored to be joined by Laney Sweet, whose husband Daniel Shaver was shot to death by a Mesa, Arizona police officer in 2016. The officer was acquitted of murder and is now receiving a pension from the Mesa Police Department. To do this date, Laney has received no financial compensation from Mesa or … Continue reading Unregistered 164: Laney Sweet →

    • 2 hr 24 min
    Unregistered 163: Warren Farrell

    Unregistered 163: Warren Farrell

    For my first in-person interview in more than a year, I returned to Warren Farrell’s house to talk about the massive, ongoing and unacknowledged mental health crisis among men and boys and what can be done about it. Warren’s website: https://warrenfarrell.com/ Upcoming Renegade University webinars: LOGIC AND POLITICS: HOW TO MAKE AN ARGUMENT with Ben Burgis: … Continue reading Unregistered 163: Warren Farrell →

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Unregistered 162: John Ziegler

    Unregistered 162: John Ziegler

    The journalist John Ziegler returned to the show to discuss his ongoing and still thankless campaign to convince Americans that Jerry Sandusky is innocent. Enroll in the upcoming Renegade University webinar THE CASE AGAINST MORALITY with Stephen Kershnar:https://renegadeuniversity.com/product/the-case-against-morality/ Enroll in THE “GREAT BOOKS”: PLATO’S THE REPUBLIC, the upcoming webinar at Renegade University: https://renegadeuniversity.com/product/the-great-books-plato-the-republic/ Join Renegade … Continue reading Unregistered 162: John Ziegler →

    • 1 hr 55 min
    Unregistered 161: James Corbett

    Unregistered 161: James Corbett

    I was joined by James Corbett of The Corbett Report, which was just taken down from Youtube, to discuss open vs. closed conspiracies, the history of eugenics and other forms of social engineering, the ideology of scientism, and the world’s deadliest weapon—narrative. Enroll in the upcoming Renegade University webinar THE CASE AGAINST MORALITY with Stephen … Continue reading Unregistered 161: James Corbett →

    • 1 hr 55 min
    Unregistered 160: Daniel McCarthy

    Unregistered 160: Daniel McCarthy

    I spoke with one of the last real conservatives in America, Daniel McCarthy, about the internal logic of liberalism, the meaning of Trump’s nationalist populism, and the fading ideal of freedom. Daniel is the editor of Modern Age journal. Enroll in THE “GREAT BOOKS”: PLATO’S THE REPUBLIC, the upcoming webinar at Renegade University: https://renegadeuniversity.com/product/the-great-books-plato-the-republic/ Enroll … Continue reading Unregistered 160: Daniel McCarthy →

    • 1 hr 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
565 Ratings

565 Ratings

Mark.0 ,

Strong Interviewer great discussions

I enjoy the pod. Interesting guests. I would love to see Thad do a show with Dr. Steven Novella. I think he would put up some interesting challenges to your thinking. In today’s society he definitely offers a fundamentally different reference than the vast majority of people are using to perceive their world.

rahmoeller22 ,

Challenging

One of the few podcasts that fundamentally challenges your most cherished beliefs and you will be better for it, or at least, I am.

Trebonics ,

Garbage interviewer

Thad is mostly insufferable as an interviewer - constantly making noise and asserting his opinion of the interviewee’s work/stances. Also, there is a profound, smug arrogance in his demeanor that reminds me of my sociology and urban planning advisors in college. That said, he still manages to string along conversations worth a listen because he does get very interesting people to come on with him. Thad, you’re not all-knowing and you would benefit by being less of a participant in every interview.

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