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2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

May 13, 2022
 

A lot of folks are looking to the mid term elections in November as a possible turning point from our current, downward trajectory. Victor Davis Hanson says imagine the unimaginable because things will get weird for the next few months.

How soon is too soon to be teaching our kids common sense? Annie Holmquist says they're never too young to learn responsibility.

Tell me if this sounds familiar: The political class is locked into a strategy than cannot work but they cannot reverse course. The Z-man spells out how Ukraine is about to become NATO's Vietnam.

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2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

May 13, 2022

Keeping your heart and mind free from hatred is a serious undertaking. Barry Brownstein warns that hatred will destroy you--what the Holodomor teaches us today.

The economic turbulence you are sensing is a real thing. Dan Sanchez explains why the markets are yelling mayday.

Watching the great reset unfold around us sure keeps things exciting. Kit Knightly says that "genetically edited" food may be the next stage that the architects of this reset have in store for us.

Randy Weaver has passed away. If all you know about him is what the MSM has told you, please do yourself a favor and read James Bovard's take on why Ruby Ridge is not forgotten.

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2022 May 12 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

2022 May 12 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

May 12, 2022
 

Ready or not, we are likely to see some dramatic changes in monetary policy in the near future. Joakim Book laments that part of the problems is that nobody understands the monetary system.

Before you believe anyone else either for or against the documentary "2000 Mules", you should consider watching the film yourself. Jonathan Mosely describes how many media fact-checkers are failing this simple test.

If you think the housing crisis is bad right now, just wait until our friends in the political class step up to "fix" the problem. Mark C. Ross explores what happens when our housing bubble collapses.

The latest $40 billion gift from Congress to Ukraine is just another symptom of a larger problem: The U.S. is actively trying to provoke Russia to attack NATO. Eric Peters wonders if Russia will be rising to the bait.

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2022 May 12 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

2022 May 12 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

May 12, 2022

The protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices is illustrative of more than just society's attitudes on abortion. Thomas L. Knapp says it's also showing us that equality under the law isn't happening.

Caleb Franz from the Profiles In Liberty podcast joins me to talk about the anniversary of Ben Franklin's iconic "join or die" cartoon that urged greater unity between the colonies.

The growing baby formula shortage is causing real concern among those who are paying attention. Laura Rosen Cohen explains why the baby formula shortage is serious business.

While we're on the subject of supply chain disruptions, Justin Hart reminds us that these shortages have a cause.

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2022 May 11 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

2022 May 11 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

May 11, 2022
 

If you prefer your news straight up with no sugar coating, James Howard Kunstler always gets to the point. He asks, got the heebie-jeebies?

Some people thrive on being scolds and busybodies. The Z-man says busybodies beware, your tools to target others for censorship are about to be taken away.

There can be no doubt that we are in a fight for our freedoms and our way of life. Allan Stevo asks, do you want to matter more in this fight? He has some solid ideas for how to do that.

In addition to the other challenges at hand, it's beginning to look like we'll be facing power shortages this summer. Jon Miltimore has a great take on the limits of green energy.

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2022 May 11 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

2022 May 11 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

May 11, 2022

As ugly as our political process is becoming, there is still immense power in the ideas and ideals of freedom and liberty. Jacob Hornberger affirms that we can win.

Watching Twitter evolve from celebrating free speech to becoming literal thought police has been as informative as it has disturbing. Jon Sanders warns, this tweet contains speech.

As more and more people awaken to the damage done by the covid response, we need to be gentle with them. Kate McColl explains what rehabilitating the covid generation will require.

There's no nice way to say it: The U.S. government seems determined to start World War III by actively participating in and fueling Ukraine's conflict with Russia. Monica Showalter says Biden's drift is getting dangerous.

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2022 May 10 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

2022 May 10 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

May 10, 2022
 

What is it that causes individuals in a state of slavery to seek their freedom? They know right from wrong. Paul Rosenberg shares his thoughts on the beauty and simplicity of moral clarity.

Can freedom survive in a society without virtue? Michael Finch says we can see the answer to that question every day. He wonders what recovering America's greatness will require.

As much as politicians, medical authorities and the media love to blame the pandemic for our current woes, the truth is that it was the response that caused the harm. Jeffrey A. Tucker wonders why won't they admit failure?

The possibility of a return of lockdown policies is still on the table. El Gato Malo recommends that we refuse to go along with our abusers who love to blame the victims.

As much as the state likes to pretend that it's trying to keep us safe, most of its rules are about keeping us under its control. Donald Boudreaux warns of the dangers of compelled belief.

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2022 May 10 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

2022 May 10 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

May 10, 2022

Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos is back to discuss what's worth keeping your eye on in our increasingly complicated world.

Does anyone believe that freedom is among the virtues that drive our mass media? James Bovard explains exactly how the latest media assault on freedom is unfolding.

Every time you feel the pain at the gas pump, remember that it's tied directly to any number of official policies. Joakim Book lays out how politicians and journalists always seem to get energy so wrong.

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2022 May 9 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

2022 May 9 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

May 9, 2022
 

How serious are you about understanding what's happening in the economic markets? Bill Blain has a clear and compelling take on the great crash of 2022 and what happens next.

Here's a terrific essay. This is from Anthony Esolen and it's all about how the world does not run on magic. When you deprive young men of fathers and direction, don't be surprised if they cause trouble.

The Great Ephemera Machine keeps us bogged down in thousands of little things that don't really matter. F. William Engdahl has an informative article about how U.S. officials are cynically using Ukraine to cover their food shortage sabotage.

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2022 May 9 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

2022 May 9 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

May 9, 2022

When we find ourselves in trying circumstances, it's easy to want to see ourselves as victims. Here's a great perspective from Tyler Brandt about "Why me?" is the wrong question to be asking.

Not feeling so good about government becoming the gatekeeper of what you should see and hear? Trust your feelings. Gary M. Galles asks: A reality czar? What could possibly go wrong?

Of all the things in the world that need fixing, our highest priority should be fixing ourselves. Tony Fahkry explains why to change the world you must first change yourself. It's great advice.

We may have good reason to doubt the integrity of the 2020 election. Andrea Widburg says the "2000 Mules" film is riveting and proves massive fraud took place.

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