2023 Mar 17 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


It's been 20 years since the U.S. invaded Iraq on false pretenses. Jacob Hornberger describes the lessons learned and how the opportunists who pushed for that war are still gaming the system.

There shouldn't be much doubt as to whether or not we live under a system that effectively operates as if it is above the law. Martin Geddes has some first-hand experience in holding administrative criminals accountable.

Here's a story that provides some depth and breadth to American history. Lawrence W. Reed wonders if it was luck or a miracle that brought the pilgrims together with an English-speaking Indian named Samoset.

3 years ago we were told that our lives and freedoms would be locked down for 15 days to "slow the spread." Julie Kelly reminds us on the third anniversary of the lockdowns that the folks responsible have yet to experience real accountability.

The people who pushed the covid lockdowns and mandates must be held accountable for their mistakes and separated from power. William Sullivan says the looming reckoning for covid tyrants is coming.


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