Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos is a reliable source of reasoned commentary in a world where disinformation is king. We talk about why we cannot be expected to follow the demands of those who are trying to slam the door shut on discussion and why we must become our own fact-checkers.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn said, "To stand for truth is nothing. For truth, you must sit in jail." Here's a perfect example of what that kind of moral courage looks like today, look no further than the Minnesota business owner who sits in jail for defying lockdown mandates. Becky Akers says, this woman is teaching the community a lesson, all right.
One of the more disturbing trends I've noticed over the past few weeks is the number of professional athletes who have either collapsed and/or died unexpectedly. Robert Bridge dares to ask the questions few others will: Are these vaccine injuries and have professional athletes become the canaries in the Covid coal mine?
I struggle each day on this show to strike a balance between keeping my listeners informed and weighing them down with unpleasant truths. Paul Rosenberg has a very thoughtful approach for how we might teach our kids about the lovely and the unlovely without making them afraid of the world.
How can we make our young people tough enough to face the challenges ahead? Jeff Minnick explains how giving them the tools to survive and overcome the the ordeals of the future starts with allowing them to face and solve problems.
The shorter days and colder weather can make it harder for some of us to stay positive. Annie Holmquist reminds us that finding hope in a dark time is possible, even when we're suffering. We can be optimistic even when we don't know what the future holds.
Countering the flood-tide of darkness that is sweeping over the world is a daunting job. But it's time to stop waiting for someone to ride to our rescue. James Howard Kunstler has some encouragement as well as some sober advice for men: Your job is to stand up and bring order to the world, so stop hiding among the women and children like you're one of them.
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