Quincy joins Tommy once again to emphasize family and true friendship while diving into race and politics.
Scott joins Tommy to discuss the recent shakeups in the Pentagon, what the moves potentially mean, Trump’s rhetoric vs Trump’s legacy, and where Trump’s foreign policy failed and why.
Tommy explores why and how the socialist left and global corporations created such a cozy marriage despite rhetoric suggesting the contradictory nature of such a matrimonial partnership.
Tommy touches on the stories of the last few weeks and the last 4 years.
A continuation of Tommy’s conversation with Ryan about the election and the political ramifications of 2020.
Ryan joins Tommy to discuss all things 2020 and what seperates anarchists from voters.
Austin of atlasarms.org joins Tommy to discuss the Dagney Dagger, an open-source armored penetrating hollow point 9mm ammunition, and the furtherance of liberty.
Tommy lays out why he’s not supporting the LP anymore.
Tommy gives a short synopsis of how he saw the debate before diving into how agorists may leverage the modern political climate to their advantage.
Michael Harris joins Tommy to discuss the history, importance, and failures of the Supreme Court. He offers examples of supreme court justices acting in accordance with the Consritution, and examples of them ignoring the Constitution while offering up some ways the politicization of the judiciary may be ended.
Tommy explores the left and right claims that the other is in the process of instituting a coup.
Quincy Johnson joins Tommy to discuss the views of political parties toward black people, personal responsibility, future plans, and mistakes made.
After Hurricane Laura roared by Tommy decided to jump back on and discuss a few of the stories that have been hot topics. He gives his thoughts on the Jacob Blake shooting, Kyle Rittenhouse, Aaron Danielson, and the latest on the case against Derek Chauvin.
Tommy has spent the last few weeks working on accumulating articles and information on the CIA activities of the Cold War and modern day to see how different their methods of activities today compare with their human experiments of the 1950’s and 60’s.
Tommy was joined by former Border Patrol Agent, Josh Childress. They discuss becoming a radical before circling back to Josh’s days working the border. Josh talks trafficking and gives detailed accounts of specific instances that stand out in his memory. Finally, he gives his impressions on BORTAC’s use in Portland and how he reacted.
Tommy is joined by Sheldon Richman, Executive Editor and Co-Founder at The Libertarian Institute. They discuss Sheldon’s newest book, What Social Animals Owe To Each Other, as well as why libertarians should abandon the term Capitalism for Freed Markets.
Tommy gives his opinion on the Portland incident before diving into the differences between Fascism, Socialism, and Progressivism. Though America displays many tenets of Fascism and Socialism it is neither. But there are those actively trying to change that.
What is QAnon?
Who is Q?
Tommy spent this last week stuck in a Q-hole attempting to gain insight on the phenomenon that is Q. What he discovered entertained, surprised, and intrigued him. There’s no way to discover every angle of Q in a week, but Tommy wanted to avoid the complete mind rot he was sure to experience had he followed every rabbit hole of the Q-sphere. So here’s his introduction to QAnon.
Tommy dives into the Ghislaine Maxwell arrest. He discusses Jeffrey Epstein’s influence on Ghislaine, her friend’s interview, obvious disinformation, and are the dominoes about to fall? Will she name names? Who’s going down with her?
Tommy discusses how black community leaders see Antifa infiltration, the Maoist elements calling for revolution, and the conservative response.
Tommy discusses a few current events in order to show how the stories are framed to create a binary, and keep citizens at each other’s throat.
Ryan Bunting is a newly published author of the dystopian novel Project Manticore. Tommy invited him on to discuss the book, his writing process, and his future endeavors. The conversation progresses into policing in the US, and how the left and right are missing the big picture of how communities could better provide security.
Public defender and former student of Murray Rothbard, Michael Harris returns to the show to talk about police brutality. He and Tommy discuss the history of qualified immunity, the history of the war on drugs, the militarization of the police, and why the police have devolved into such a violent force.
I’ve heard it said that the identifying characteristic of a conservative is someone that doesn’t want to knock down a fence without knowing why it was put up in the first place. This philosophy of inaction not only prohibits conversation, it also limits creativity and solutions.it has become abundantly clear over the last few months that conservatives would rather give up the moral high ground to their ideological enemies than stand on principles. At no time in my life has it been more clear than now just how feckless and ineffectual conservatism actually is.