Michael is joined once again by Dave Smith for a discussion on the current state of the Libertarian Party, the placement and level of acceptance given to minarchist candidates, extending anti-discrimination laws to include transgender people, the difference between stigmatic organization names and their literal meanings, and so much more!
This week Michael is joined by good buddy, pundit, super lawyer, and author of "The 21 Biggest Lies About Donald Trump (and you!)": Kurt Schlichter. They discuss the overused false equivalency of Trump being compared to Hitler, whether military force can sometimes appropriately be used to suppress civil unrest, the McCarthy Era being the only time that the Left got cancelled, and so much more!
Michael is joined once again by Dave Smith for a discussion on the Cathedral that illuminates some good reasons to not take the black pill. They cover the difference between progression and social decay, the intellectual humility that comes with being an anarchist or a libertarian, the fine line between journalism and propagandism, and so much more!
Michael is joined once again by Dave Smith as they discuss the newly trending idea of defunding police departments around the country. The two effectively break down this idea in practicality, what it means for both the Democrats and the 2nd Amendment, how the Left has unintentionally gone further than Ayn Rand on the libertarian spectrum, how much care has to be taken in executing such a weighty social change, and so much more!
Michael is joined once again by Dave Smith for a discussion on the surreal reality materializing in the world today. They cover the heinous killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and the following civil fallout, while calling out the media for twisting both tragedies and language to suit their needs.The two detail both honorable and condemnable political stances that have been taken, actions needed to bring about peace, and whether or not we can be hopeful for positive change in the near future.
Michael is joined by Edward Stringham, President of the American Institute for Economic Research and the Davis Professor of Economic Innovation at Trinity College, for a relevant revelation on how the current state of social distancing was birthed through a school science fair project. Edward effectively breaks down the faulty logic of popular social simulations, by humanizing the hypothetical "agents" used in models with both problems and choices we currently face in the real world, demonstrating just how economically irresponsible the collective response to a pandemic has been.