I discuss the importance of integrity and why we should be willing to suffer for what we know to be true through great examples of integrity.
America should ban abortion. In this episode, I make the case for why abortion should be banned, and how to do it legally.
What is political philosophy, and why is political philosophy so important? I answer those questions with Lysander Spooner's Natural Law.
Political division has become a serious problem in America. But what is causing this divide between right and left? I discuss that with Ross Benes
I sat down with Julie Mastrine to discuss feminism, media bias, and culture through the lens of traditional values. Listen or watch here.
Derek Chauvin was convicted on all three counts after a brief trial, and I still don’t know if I’m surprised or not.
Riots have broken out again in Minneapolis after a case of police misconduct, burning the city as Deric Chauven stands trial for George Floyd
Privacy is a major concern right now as big tech runs rampant. How do we protect our privacy and property in the Digital Age? Learn more.
The minimum wage is a point of contention in our political discourse. Here, I explain why the minimum wage shouldn't support a family.
Antitrust and big tech are some of the hot topics in our culture today. But how should we approach these? I talked to an expert to find out.
Politicians want it both ways. They want to condemn companies, but take their money. We shouldn't let them get away with it.
How does elitism change the way people think? A Nasty Story by Dostoevsky shows what happens when an elite falls prey to his pride.
After every tragic event, we hear calls to "do something." But, is reactive political action the best way to make policy? Find out here.
Too many thinkers, politicians, and activists use the word science like a magic spell, hiding behind the word science. They seem to believe that calling something science makes it true. Does it?
John Locke was an influential Enlightenment thinker whose work inspired many of the Founding Fathers. Locke was a philosopher and is commonly regarded as the Father of Liberalism. Since his work has come up in other discussions, like the one I had with Dr. Yenor. Plus, Locke was a focal point of my conversation with Brooke Medina from the John Locke Foundation. Because he's top of mind, and because we're ready to tear apart anything anyone tries to build in our society, I wanted to discuss Two Treatises on Government to learn how to criticize government.