2022 June 17 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


We are approaching a moment of serious national danger. Steve McCann says it's time to recognize that this danger is directly related to how willing we are to give up our freedoms.

Why do some individuals cling so tightly to mask policies that don't prevent the spread of respiratory viruses? Whatever the reason, Scott Morefield has more bad news for the mask cult.

It's hard to say what's more alarming, ever-rising prices or the prospect of empty store shelves. Richard W. Rahn reminds us that behind every shortage or price spike is a bungled government policy.

Politicians have a bad habit of spinning every word they say. Leo Eagar drops in to share his Dictionary of Democratic talking points. It's an idea whose time has come.

The Jan 6 committee hearings are every bit the spectacle they were intended to be. However, as Miranda Devine explains, the hypocrisy and disconnect of the probe aren't enough to obscure the ongoing threat of violence from the left.

To hear the people in power tell it, we citizens are duty-bound to do whatever they say we must do. I much prefer Kent McManigal's take: People's rights are not negotiable and must be defended.

How can you recognize when someone is trying to put one over on you? Kilgore Forelle has a handy rule of thumb for identifying BS.

Labels too often are used as a cheap substitute for thoughtful observation. Having said that, the Z-man's latest essay on cargo cult conservatism is a remarkable summary of why the conservative movement struggles.


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