2022 May 9 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


When we find ourselves in trying circumstances, it's easy to want to see ourselves as victims. Here's a great perspective from Tyler Brandt about "Why me?" is the wrong question to be asking.

Not feeling so good about government becoming the gatekeeper of what you should see and hear? Trust your feelings. Gary M. Galles asks: A reality czar? What could possibly go wrong?

Of all the things in the world that need fixing, our highest priority should be fixing ourselves. Tony Fahkry explains why to change the world you must first change yourself. It's great advice.

We may have good reason to doubt the integrity of the 2020 election. Andrea Widburg says the "2000 Mules" film is riveting and proves massive fraud took place.

How serious are you about understanding what's happening in the economic markets? Bill Blain has a clear and compelling take on the great crash of 2022 and what happens next.

Here's a terrific essay. This is from Anthony Esolen and it's all about how the world does not run on magic. When you deprive young men of fathers and direction, don't be surprised if they cause trouble.

The Great Ephemera Machine keeps us bogged down in thousands of little things that don't really matter. F. William Engdahl has an informative article about how U.S. officials are cynically using Ukraine to cover their food shortage sabotage.


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