The housing crash of 2008, leading into the Great Recession, was one of the worst economic crises in the last hundred years.
Category - Podcast
Noelle Fitchett is a Christian cultural and political commentator originally from Los Angeles, CA. She’s a first-generation college grad and now a graduate student. Noelle lives by the motto “facts don’t change minds, rather friendships do.”
The medium of comics, once thought to be fit only for children, has emerged as a rich and vibrant source of creativity and passion among artists and writers.
The Threat of a Central Digital Currency | Guest: Rep. Warren Davidson | Ep 218
Cryptocurrency has the potential to liberate millions of people from the government’s money system, but there are some who want to use that very tool for evil instead of good.
Election integrity, fairness, and representation are increasingly important issues in the minds of American voters, with several recent presidential election results mired in controversy and an unwillingness to accept the results.
The gender ideology movement has become extremely influential (and extremely radical!), but how much do the activists we see on college campuses and teaching elementary schools actually represent transgender people?
As inflation rages on, many people regard cryptocurrency as a silver bullet to escape the tyranny of fiat currency. But what happens when government tries to take over that tool for its own purposes?
Matt Kibbe is joined by artists Sean Robinson and Carson Grubaugh to discuss and debate whether we should be optimistic or pessimistic about artificial intelligence’s role in the creative sphere.
Matt Kibbe talks to Chris Coyne, author of “In Search of Monsters to Destroy,” about the sometimes-hidden incentives that drive the political machine toward war at any cost.
Matt Kibbe and Justin Goodman talk about some of the horrific cases of animal cruelty and abuse that the government has been financing for years.