2022 May 16 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


Considering how our own economy is wheezing along on life support, it's hard to imagine why American politicians are so eager to give away taxpayers' money. Jordan Schachtel asks, where is the $56 billion 'to Ukraine' actually going?

We've all witnessed the manner in which our lives can be commandeered in the name of public health. Debra Heine explains how the World Health Organization wants to control public health–and your life.

What are we to do when our government rejects everything that we believe in? Here's a timeless column from the one and only Fred Reed with a workable, one-word answer: disengagement.

The current push to clamp down on free speech is being justified as if free speech were as dangerous as a runaway brushfire. Annie Holmquist says, the more you try to stamp out free speech, the more it spreads.

The pattern is becoming clear: Every high profile crime is an instant opportunity to blame your political opponents. Glenn Greenwald calls out the practitioners of this demented and selective game.

Political debate requires a degree of give and take. What we're seeing today seems more like a scorched earth approach. Brandon Smith says leftists hate free speech because they they fear dissent not disinformation.

With all the attention focused on the November midterms, this commentary is going to cause some discomfort. Elisée Reclus makes a strong argument about how voting trains us to part with our freedom.

Gray champions are an essential part of every Fourth Turning. Jim Quinn points out that there's often more than one and explores the possibility that Putin and Xi are among this Turning's gray champions.


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