Samuel Sey is an author, speaker, and blogger. In this episode we discuss the history and tenants of Critical Race Theory, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the fallout from Sam's recent talk at Ambrose University.
In this episode we talk with Joel Nicoloff about the COVID-19 lockdowns, libertarianism, the role of government intervention, the centralization of government power, and whether conservatives should support free markets.
In this episode, our editor in chief, I.J. Makan, talks to editor, Amos Dowber, about the importance of tradition in communicating knowledge, tradition vs traditionalism, the middle eastern sources of "Western culture," political violence, and the political co-opting of religion.
In this episode editor-in-chief I.J. Makan and editor Amos Dowber sit down with Darnell Samuels and Joel Nicoloff to discuss the lockdowns, the purpose of law and the government, liberty, and the common good.
In this episode, our host, I.J. Makan, sits down with Amos Dowber, the editor, to talk about the long-term effects of the lockdowns, Small towns, and Localism.