In today’s hypersensitive environment of political correctness, it seems like nobody can even take a joke.
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Big Beer Chooses Woke Politics over Its Loyal Customers | Guest: Jennifer Sey | Ep 228
With the recent rash of beer commercials insulting the companies’ own customers in order to score cheap political points, it’s reasonable to ask what’s going on.
E-Verify Will Be Used to Surveil Americans | Guest: Rep. Thomas Massie | Ep 227
Matt Kibbe and Thomas Massie talk about the dark implications of such a program, comparing it to China's social credit system and vaccine passport program that was conceived during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
America prides itself on being a classless society. We abolished the peer system of England and replaced it with the concept of social mobility and the belief that all men are created equal. But in March of 2020, the country was suddenly and forcibly divided into essential and non...
Markets, Not Mandates, Will Save the Environment | Guest: Chris Barnard | Ep 224
For decades, we’ve been told that only top-down mandates from the government can organize people to protect the environment, but in many cases, the federal government actually does more harm than good.
The world of the arts is one in which creativity and original thinking should be valued above all else. But in fact, it's one of the industries that most enforces conformity and obedience.
In the midst of yet another American banking crisis, the so-called experts are at a loss to explain how these crises keep happening. But there is an answer, and it’s one that Austrian economists have known for more than a century.
TikTok Ban Empowers Government Speech Police | Guest: Robby Soave | Ep 221
The war against Big Tech is in full swing. Republicans in Congress are attempting to pass the Restrict Act, a dangerous piece of legislation that would not only allow them to ban TikTok, the China-controlled social media app, but would also give them broad powers to regulate Americans’...
The housing crash of 2008, leading into the Great Recession, was one of the worst economic crises in the last hundred years.
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.