Michael returns to the podcast to dig into all types of topics; travel during lockdowns, the police, anarchy manuals, mental health, differences in Russian and Western social interactions, podcasting, and traditional versus self-publishing are just some of the topics Mikhaila and Michael do the opposite of tip-toe around in this episode.
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on the things we weren't taught about FDR, the issue with portraying Abraham Lincoln as a historical figure with complex ideologies, the importance of reading between the lines historically, how today's progressives conveniently turn a blind eye to events in the "before time", how conveniently the Tara Reade story about President Biden was swept under the rug, Dave's honest reaction to the Justin Amash episode and the most thought-provoking thing he said, a breakdown of the correlation versus causation of big governments and distrustful societies, plus the possible consequences or opportunities coming down the pipe for Governor Cuomo, how easily societal awareness can lead to being black-pilled, and so much more!
U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 11th congressional district Madison Cawthorn joins Michael this week for a discussion on how Madison ended up in a wheelchair, the painful process of rehabilitation after the accident and the stunning realization that he'd never walk again, the daily obstacles and restrictions he faces, differences between people born with a disability and disabled people who were injured, everything that goes into making Madison's life possible in a wheelchair, from tailored suits to a fighter jet steering wheel, plus what kind of barbeque sauce he prefers, and so much more!
American lawyer, politician, and former U.S. representative for Michigan's 3rd congressional district, Justin Amash joins Michael this week for a series of rapidfire Red Pill questions, as well as a discussion on what made Justin decide to leave Congress, the point of founding the House Freedom caucus, the overreach and ignorance of pandemic lockdowns imposed by the government, parting ways with Thomas Massie on the impeachment of President Trump, Justin's reaction to the debate between Tulsi Gabbard and Kamala Harris, and so much more!
Canadian political commentator Lauren Chen joins Michael this week for a discussion on how her countrymen seem to be resisting the lockdowns more than Americans are, the inherent tragedies of serious conditions like cancer being sidelined due to Covid-19, the mainstream media's gaslighting of the public, and the dichotomy of a choice between your own mental health and grandma's possible infection, if Lauren faces more hatred stemming from racism or misogyny, whether or not Biden's new position is symbolic of the end of an empire, a slew of performative activism by the corporate press, inconsolable differences between the Right and the Left today, and the promising possibility of a national divorce, what exactly happened in Canada's last election, the use of condescending tropes to minimize the importance of certain communities being heard, and so much more!
North Korea defector and human rights activist Yeon-mi Park joins Michael this week for a discussion on Songbun, north Korea's social status score system, the incredible hardships of living in north Korea and the near impossibility of getting out, the biggest challenges she faced once she escaped, what it was like to first discover individuality as an adult, why you shouldn't whisper, her acquired complacency for piles of dead bodies, the only thing worse than an electrified fence placed around your nation's border, how malnourishment is leading to the nation's height deficiency over time, how China is a culpable enabler of the oppressive dictatorship in north Korea, plus which Friends character Yeon-mi identifies with most, and so much more!