The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 7-21-2020
The Bryan Hyde Show
Revel in Wrongthink
- You don't have to look very far to encounter tribalism of the worst kind today. Richard M. Ebeling has a thorough and insightful essay about "systemic racism" theory is being used to generate deeper feelings of tribalism with the goal of tearing down the American Republic.
- On a related note, Ammon Bundy is getting a lot of heat over his decision to reach out to Black Lives Matter representatives in Idaho. Has he lost his mind or is this what it looks like when someone's love of liberty and God outweighs hatred for his enemies?
- The nightly drama playing out in Portland, Oregon is revealing some dark truths about us and about our federal government. Walter Olsen explores what we don't know about Portland that should have us asking many more questions before jumping to conclusions.
- The current Covid-19 media narrative runs along the lines that "the U.S. locked down too late and reopened too soon." Phillip W. Magness takes a closer look and finds what looks a lot like a policy response in search of rationalization.
- Ever consider the possibility that being free doesn't mean the same thing to everyone? Kent McManigal has a powerful explanation of why freedom is subjective and how even people in figurative chains can still believe themselves free.
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