The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 3-3-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


Ammon Bundy is speaking throughout the state of Utah on the need to get to know your neighbors well enough that you can stand up for each other. He joins us to talk about why he's helping people organize wherever they happen to be.

The best thing that's happened recently is the growing return to sanity on the part of (some) public officials in regards to COVID. As the scales begin to fall from the public's eyes, Jeffrey A. Tucker says, lockdowns could end up reshaping American politics for a generation or more.

It's good that the citizenry is catching on the reality that too many officials overreacted to the coronavirus. As Mike Maharrey explains, it's a good time to ask ourselves, why do we trust these people to run our lives?

Few things will bring the muddy boot of government down on your neck like the desire to simply be left alone. The story of what happened to a Polk County, Georgia family is as infuriating as it is illustrative of what unchecked government will do–at any level.


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