In this episode I discuss the concepts of intellectuals discussed in the book “Intellectuals and Society,” and the “Vision of the Anointed,” by Dr. Thomas Sowell. I then discuss how the concepts in those books relate to the leaders of the New Atheism Movement along with atheism itself. I also discuss how atheism and naturalism have an unearned stranglehold over academics, moral thought, and our society.
In this episode, I interview Reed Coverdale, in charge of the Naturalist Capitalist youtube channel, and Sam Smith the head of the LiBROtarian podcast who are both leaders in the Amash/Gabbard 2024 movement which has the intention of having Representatives Justin Amash of Michigan and Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawai'i, be the winning Presidential candidates in 2024 for the Libertarian Party. In the episode, we discuss Libertarian ideology, connections between Amash/Gabbard 2024 and the Unity 2020 movement, and overall the problems in our country, culture, and politics today that would be addressed by an Amash and Gabbard ticket.
In this episode I discuss the history and differences between Classical Liberalism and Modern Liberalism, their respective views on Human Rights, and how this is influencing political conversations today.
In this episode I discuss some of the various cultures and immigrant groups that have existed in the United States for hundreds of years and why some of them were more likely to support President Trump.
This episode I interview my friend Anna Csöngedi. She was born and raised in Hungary, went to University in Austria and currently lives in California. She offers unique insights on the differences between Europe and the U.S. along with differences between Eastern and Western Europe.
One of the primary motivations of the Unity 2020 movement is the idea that politicians are no longer serving the interest of people. In this episode I discuss this idea and why it may not be as true as people think.
This episode I interview Unity 2020 organizer Griffin on his experiences in the Twin Cities following the George Floyd protests over the last year along with his thoughts on what is happening in the United States today.
With the continued gridlock and polarization people may be wondering how we got here and how we might be able to fix it. In this podcast, I discuss what the first political parties were like, what it means to be conservative or progressive, and why we live in such polarizing times.