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2022 Dec 9 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 9 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 9, 2022

A breakfast sausage is less packed with pork than the annual National Defense Authorization Act. Thomas L. Knapp explains how the latest version of the NDAA contains a Journalism Competition & Protection Act which will do the exact opposite of its title.

Find yourself wondering why the left seems so intent on destroying free speech? Thomas DiLorenzo lays out why they must destroy free speech--or be destroyed themselves.

Here's a topic that's going to make some people very uncomfortable. A new autopsy report reveals that 5 individuals who died suddenly were likely killed by the covid vaccine. It doesn't make you an anti-vaxxer to acknowledge this, it does, however, mean that you're not a reality denier.

If you're a legit truthseeker, you have your work cut out for you. Joseph Gish wonders, are we living in a post-truth society?

We are in the midst of a growing data war. And even though some folks are tempted to shrug it off, Russ White insists the data wars are as serious as the the ones with guns.

It's interesting how much pressure there is, even on the political right, to treat questioners of the 2020 election as irrational kooks. Matthew Boose doesn't mince words. He says, yes, the 2020 election was stolen and we need to stop pretending otherwise.

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2022 Dec 8 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 8 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 8, 2022

For a guy who thinks he's the personification of "science," Dr. Fauci sure has a tough time recalling what he did or didn't do about lockdowns. Phil Magness and James R. Harrington have a marvelous breakdown of forgetful Fauci's deposition and how all those lies are hard to keep straight.

Corporate media is playing the ain't-no-thang/nothing burger card over the release of the Twitter files. David Harsanyi has a great explanation of why Elon Musk's Twitter files matter when it comes to trusting the media.

If you get the sense that we are being steered inexorably toward greater tyranny, you're not alone. Edward Ring has an enlightening take on the tyranny of the minority and how they are getting above us.

Sometimes, it's helpful to zoom out for the view from 30,000 feet. Doug Casey has a great bigger picture explanation of the current struggle between the forces of centralization and decentralization.

Here's another milepost on the highway to Bizarro World, actor Kirk Cameron can't get a single story hour booking for his new (wholesome) childrens book at public libraries across the nation. Why do you suppose that is?

The Supreme Court case of the Colorado webpage designer who refuses to create pages for same-sex weddings is causing quite a stir. Here's another angle on how this case may affect the free market.

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2022 Dec 7 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 7 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 7, 2022

The Supreme Court is hearing a case involving a wedding website designer who does not wish to create sites for same-sex weddings. Jacob Hornberger clarifies that this is not a free speech issue, it's a property rights issue.

WARNING: This is a supremely disturbing subject to consider. To even talk about it feels like fear-mongering, yet I believe it's too important to downplay. An invisible prison is being constructed for each of us. And we will choose whether or not to step into it.

Science has improved many aspects of our lives in too many ways to count. At the same time, as Robert Arvay warns, we are headed for a dark age in science thanks to its partnership with political power.

The pettiness that was the hallmark of the lockdown mindset is still with us. Why else would Virginia police go after a restaurant owner for violating the 2020 covid mandates? Where is the victim?

The FTX fiasco is providing opponents of cryptocurrency a real I-told-you-so moment. Max Borders deconstructs the "Crypto Bad!" argument and explains why it may yet be a legitimate exit from our current corrupted monetary system.

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2022 Dec 6 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 6 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 6, 2022

Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos is my guest and we'll get his reaction to the Twitter files, automotive news and other relevant current events.

At the heart of some of the most reprehensible policies being suggested around the globe, is the desire to drastically reduce the human population. Antony Davies has an excellent respose to the Malthusian contradiction and makes a solid case that humans are the solution rather than the problem.

One more indicator of the inverted reality in which we live is the case of a NY woman who is facing the possibility of years in prison for injuring 9 BLM protestors in 2020. It raises some interesting questions about what you should do when BLM attacks you in your car.

The things we're learning about the way Twitter executives fought to suppress truths for political purposes are deeply disturbing. Ron Paul says the good news is that they are revealing the totalitarians among us.

The chances of corporate media admitting they were wrong are somewhere between fat and slim. Victor Davis Hanson wonders, how corrupt is a corrupt media and why should we believe anything they say?

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2022 Dec 5 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 5 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 5, 2022

It's not hard to catalog all the things that are going wrong right now. If you're looking for something to inspire your heart, have a look at David Deming's take on how human potential is illimitable.

If looking to the stars makes you nervous, David Deming also has a fascinating article on our underground future. It's pretty eye-opening, to put it mildly.

Corporate media is having a tough time with its credibility lately. That's probably a good thing. Brandon Smith takes the MSM and political left to task for their shameless exploitation of tragedies in their quest to obtain more power.

Watching the perpetuators of official fraud tap-dance their way around questions that would hold them accountable is as revealing as it is sickening. Jeffrey A. Tucker explains how to save your skin, according to Bankman-Fried and Fauci.

You may have noticed there's a lot of concern over what's being called "misinformation" these days. Is it causing you angst or confusion? Jerry Powlas recommends a simple cure: Get rid of your TV.

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2022 Dec 2 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 2 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 2, 2022

What's the difference between free speech and a permissive platform? Thomas L. Knapp has an informative take on the matter and concludes that both of them are a good thing.

It used to be that only conspiracy theorists believed that satan-worshipping pedophiles were at the top levels of politics and the entertainment industry. But it's looking more and more like the truth these days. Mark Judge explains how the left is quickly descending into nihilism and child pornography.

Don't look now but mask mandates are back for members of America's armed forces. Dr. Aaron Kheriaty has a powerful warning about the evil of coerced medicine.

Two members of Oathkeepers have been convicted by a D.C. jury of seditious conspiracy. Does that mean that Jan 6 was an insurrection? Jacob Hornberger says absolutely not.

To hear social justice types tell it, marriage was an invention of the state. Anyone who has studied history knows that's not the case. Ryan McMaken recounts how the state seized control of marriage.

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2022 Dec 1 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Dec 1 The Bryan Hyde Show

December 1, 2022

The panicked pearl-clutching of the woke over Elon Musk's loosening of Twitter's censorship controls is pretty revealing. Ron Paul says it's time to separate tech and state.

Some of the facts that have come to light since Musk took control of Twitter are quite disturbing. Andrea Widburg explains how Elon Musk is simply confirming what we already knew about Twitter suppressing certain truths.

Who knew that the facts of life could be so controversial? Stephen Whitney has an excellent commentary on how men and women are, in fact, not identical--and that's a good thing.

J.B. Shurk is on fire lately and his latest column is another grand slam home run. He describes the power of Americans' rising self consciousness and why more of us are thinking for ourselves.

Our government is increasingly teaming up with big business to do an end run around constitutional limits on its own power. Judge Andrew Napolitano spells out how we are slouching toward authentic fascism.

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2022 Nov 30 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Nov 30 The Bryan Hyde Show

November 30, 2022

The Jan 6 narrative is intended to keep us from noticing how our federal government has slipped off its leash and is running wild while savaging everything in sight. Michael Tracy has a Twitter thread that clearly demonstrates how federal prosecutors used geofencing data to equate presence with criminality.

We all struggle to admit when we're wrong. At the same time, no one seems to have a tougher time admitting fallibility than our expert class. Claudio Grass wonders, are progressive experts fallible? He says, yes, but don't tell them.

Why do we advocate for freedom, even when it irritates the masses? Because, deep down inside, we know that the best things in our lives depend upon it. J.B. Shurk explains why some will run and some will stay when the going gets tough. Which camp will you be in?

The future of freedom rests upon our willingness to teach its principles and practices to our children. As John Conlin puts it, politics might be downstream from culture but everything is downstream from K-12 education.

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2022 Nov 29 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Nov 29 The Bryan Hyde Show

November 29, 2022

Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me to talk current events and strategies for keeping our freedoms in an age of irrationality.

Dr. Shanon Brooks from Monticello College stops by to talk about the coming digital currency and how it will become a tool of control. He also explains the new economy and how to keep your freedom and financial solvency by extracting yourself from the system.

On yesterday's show I mentioned Paul Rosenberg's latest essay on our moral obsession. Here's a link if you'd like to read it yourself or share it with others.

Dr. Fauci was deposed recently and though no transcript has been released and no reporters were present, there are a few things we've learned. Here's an excellent article from the Brownstone Institute on Fauci's 7 hour deposition and what we know so far.

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2022 Nov 28 The Bryan Hyde Show

2022 Nov 28 The Bryan Hyde Show

November 28, 2022

One of the toughest truths that must be faced in our time is that a digital currency is coming and it will become a tool of control. J. Kim explains why no bank account is safe in 2023 (traditional or otherwise).

It's bad enough that vaxxed individuals are dying but why is there an effort to blame the unvaxxed for causing their deaths via anxiety? Kit Knightly has a great take on the recent article by the Journal of BioMedicine that makes this outrageous claim.

Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter may not have saved the world, but it's certainly giving us a better idea of who the control freaks are. James Howard Kunstler describes it as a light in the darkness.

The growing drumbeat of climate crisis is being used as cover for the implementation of greater collectivist controls over every nation's economy. Dr. Rainer Zitelman says it's all about creating the ultimate planned economy.

Whether we see it or not, the plan to impose a cashless society is quietly being put into place. David Haggith has some great resources for those trying to stay informed on the coming Orwellian system.

It may not be comfortable to consider what may happen in the event of an economic collapse but those who conduct a mental walk-through of the likely consequences will be better prepared than those who do not.

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