I discuss a Texas couple who were exonerated 25 years after their conviction for child molestation. I also discuss the horrible things that were said about Otto Warmbier by the […]
I begin with a passage from Michael Crichton’s State of Fear, namely that there is a sybiotic relationship between politics, the legal profession, the universities, and the media to keep us […]
I briefly discuss the Penn State frat house accident which has led to eight frat brothers facing charges for involuntary manslaughter before moving on to discussing the attack on congressional […]
I discuss the case of Michelle Carter, a 20-year-old charged with involuntary manslaughter for encouraging the suicide of her boyfriend. I discuss the testimony of James Comey and the opinions […]
I discuss a billboard outside of Indianapolis. USA Today thinks it’s bad. Muslim organization heads think it’s bad. I don’t. Check out this episode!
I begin by responding to the terror attack du jour. Or at least, de la semaine (of the week). The left still have their heads buried in the sand — […]
The leftists at Evergreen State are running somewhat rampant thanks to their coward of a President who refuses to reign them in. I read from their student newspaper and discuss […]
I discuss Memorial Day, then move on to the culture wars currently going on: Those surrounding cultural appropriation, racial awareness training, and the general pathetic status of much of higher […]
Hundreds of millions of Muslims believe in revolting ideas. Those ideas give rise to revolting actions, like at the arena in Manchester. Wake up, West! Check out this episode!
This week, I discuss problems in scientific reporting which make true knowledge difficult to discern. In particular, psychology is in crisis thanks to shoddy experimental controls and the “file drawer” […]