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A Neighbor's Choice radio show and THINGS HIDDEN podcast are the two main audio programs of David Gornoski. THINGS HIDDEN is a deep-dive podcast into the world of mythology and current events guided by the Mimetic theory of Rene Girard and grounded in the personhood revolution of Jesus. Hosted by David Gornoski, A Neighbor’s Choice Radio examines the role of violence and religion in society. From victims of state violence against nonviolent behaviors to public figures and contrarian voices, ...
 
This is a collaborative program where skilled hosts welcome guests and callers to practice empathy, awareness, and authentic and effective communication. Our intention is to provide skills, knowledge, and resources that empower listeners to effectively connect across differences so that we can all work together to create a world that works for life. Hosted by Nancy Kahn, Timothy Regan, and Marlena Willis.
 
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From how to win government jobs and contracts, to effectively managing your government career, learning about interesting federal agencies, workers and jobs, and best utilizing government services, host Derrick Dortch explores the world of the federal government and provides you the access needed to succeed.
 
Listen to Monday Night Radio - the worldwide talk show where YOU get to ask the experts YOUR questions! This is no regular talk show - sure, there are interviews, but you also get to shape the show, by calling in with your comments and questions! Can't listen live? Listen to the podcast, always available by Tuesday morning!
 
Now running in the Occupy Radio podcast slot, Love (and Revolution) Radio is a new weekly radio program co-hosted by Sherri Mitchell and Rivera Sun. We focus on stories of creative nonviolence, resilience and resistance, matters of the heart and spirit, and bright ideas to light the dark night of the soul, and tools you need for the times we’re in!
 
Conversations about the art and science of thriving in a turbulent world. We'll hear people talk about how they've overcome life's challenges, and talk to experts helping individuals and organizations prepare for the unexpected. NOTE: Resilience Radio is on summer break through Labor Day. Please take this opportunity to listen to some of our archived shows!
 
A bumbling Porque Sheriff's Department struggles to combat crime and build community in this poignant comedy set in eccentric, small-town New Mexico. Frijoles Y Arroz is a pioneering narrative podcast using throwback stylings to tell a story of resistance in modern times. On a mission to create a Society where Intimacy is Safe for all. Frijoles Y Arroz was created to show the power of nonviolent conflict. We are thrilled to announce that Frijoles Y Arroz is a selection in the New Media Film ...
 
The Unity message is universal, uniting, empowering and transformational. Carrying this message to the world with the power of music and song are scores of singers and songwriters who dedicate their extraordinary gifts to helping heal the world and spread the message of unity and oneness. Tune in to Posipalooza: Music That Matters with host Richard Mekdeci to hear the music and the artists who are changing the world, one song at a time. This program is sponsored by Empower Music and Arts. Jo ...
 
It’s been said that music has charms to tame the savage beast. Well, as one cancer patient said to our host Cathy DeWitt, it also can calm ”the savage disease.” Join Cathy and her guests as they share meaningful moments when music has helped them through times of crisis, upheaval, and transformation. Meet professionals who have seen the powerful effect of music as a therapeutic interventionin health care settings, schools, and memory care facilities. Hear the amazing stories from caregivers, ...
 
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This week, Nonviolence Radio hosts three exceptional guests: Tim Pluta and Adrienne Kinne, two former veterans now working for peace, and writer and activist, Lawrence Cox. Tim and Adrienne talk to Stephanie and Michael about their recent work in Western Sahara with three women from the Khaya family who have been forcibly detained in their home for…
 
In this special THINGS HIDDEN episode, David Gornoski is joined by filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza for a conversation about his latest film 2000 Mules. Why has the Left come to dominate our culture to the extent that double standards have become the norm? What kind of films should conservatives be making? Did Trump underestimate the swamp that he had prom…
 
"We have to be willing to protect life, joyously and confidently, from cradle to grave." How can Leftists figure out that caring about others does not involve carrying water for DC elites and big corporations? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich calls in to talk about the connection between seed oil consumption…
 
It's a holiday! David Gornoski is joined by Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini who calls in to comment on the SCOTUS overturning of Roe v. Wade. Also joining the show are filmmaker and activist Jason Jones and The Stream's John Zmirak. Should there be a federal ban on abortion? What kind of reaction can we expect now from the Left? What are the shocking…
 
What are some of the glaring problems that are being overlooked in the federalization of gun laws? Joining Jeff Deist for this episode is Joshua Yoder from US Freedom Flyers who calls in to talk about the post-pandemic challenges to airline pilots and staff. What problems have the vaccine mandates created for airline employees? Has the airline indu…
 
The Mises Institute's Jeff Deist returns to guest host the show and he starts by commenting on the news surrounding Supreme Court's latest decision on firearms as well as the Tampa housing market and why saving money has become harder. Also in the show, independent journalist Jordan Schachtel calls in to talk about how the Biden administration and …
 
David Gornoski is joined by Substack writer Chris Bray for a conversation on how humanity has got to this point societally? Has hatred in America only centered around racial identities? Why was the ideology of Herbert Marcuse pushed onto us by the status quo? Is there a way out of this nihilistic and malthusian political atmosphere that we've sudde…
 
"Look how much I self-flagellate for your worship!" David Gornoski opens the show by exposing the victim-garbed politics of our time. Why are celebrities like Ben Stiller expressing their support for Zelenskyy? How do we explain the mind virus that is the gender transitioning of children? Have we been told lies all these years regarding the Waterga…
 
David Gornoski brings to light the mimetic rivalry in the West vs. Putin narrative. What do we make of the Davos elitist plan to manufacture "virtual babies?" How did mainstream media outlets like NBC undermine Father's Day? Listen to the full episode for the answers as well as David's demystifying of today's child-sacrificing cults masquerading as…
 
David Gornoski opens the show by commenting on the hidden worshipping of sacred idols that persist in our society today. What does the overemphasis of message over storytelling in recent movies signify? What does the lack of wonder in modern storytelling tell us? Listen to the full episode to find out. Plus, David explains how DC's viciousness in i…
 
Moe Stiles & Nathan Brown discuss Micah Australia, poverty, faith-based advocacy, and Article 17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. And they include portions of an interview they did with a leader of Micah Australia. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR087_MN20.mp3 In March, 2021, Nathan and Moe commenced graduate studies in a M…
 
In this episode of THINGS HIDDEN, David Gornoski sits down with Bright News editor, Shannon Braswell, and the two start the conversation by talking about America's intervention in Africa. Why did Biden decide to send American troops back into Somalia? The conversation then moves to questions surrounding media manipulation. Are people getting tired …
 
Jeff Deist is joined by Scott Horton for a conversation on Horton's upcoming book on the threat of nuclear war between the US and Russia. How will the Ukraine war impact the poorer countries of the world? Is abolishing nuclear weapons a realistic option? Can America function as the policeman of the world with the debt that it has right now? Listen …
 
The Mises Institute's Jeff Deist and Connor Mortell start the show by discussing the current state of the housing market. The two also address the generational divide in terms of opportunities and economical prosperity. Also in the show, podcaster and comic Dave Smith calls in to talk about Assange's upcoming extradition to the US from the UK. Are …
 
In this episode of THINGS HIDDEN, David Gornoski is joined by the returning Craig Stewart for a conversation on Rene Girard's enigmatic last book Battling to the End. How did Girard gain his special insight into the mimetic nature of human beings? Did religions like Jainism and Buddhism also expose the mechanism of violence as the Gospel does? What…
 
Will America cease to be a democracy in the future? A large number of Democrats and Republicans think so. Why do Americans think that moral values are declining in the country? Has Biden realized that anti-Russian sanctions aren't working? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also in the show, David Gornoski comments on the fine line between acc…
 
How can we survive a bureaucratic regime that continues to demand adoration and worship in exchange for economic ignorance? Is there any scientific justification for the FDA's recommendation of vaccines for children? Why isn't Biden worried about the profit margins of Big Pharma companies? Has China detected aliens? Join David Gornoski as he answer…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Tucker Goodrich for a fascinating conversation on veganism. Is veganism a healthy dietary lifestyle? Can humans survive on a raw vegan diet? What are some of the fundamental errors of veganism? Why are public health institutions recommending the vegan diet? Is there a connection between veganism and Seventh-Day Adventist…
 
David Gornoski starts the show by speaking on the contrast in mindset between government and private services. Are sanctions against Russia backfiring on the United States? Do average Americans care about the January 6 trial? Why has peace become anathema in the political discourses of our country? What do conservatives really need to focus on? Lis…
 
In this episode of The Science, David Gornoski sits down with former HHS and WHO scientist, Dr. Paul Alexander, for a conversation on the state of affairs in a post-pandemic world. Is there a way to hold people like Fauci accountable? Were experts like Fauci aware of false positives from the PCR tests? Is there any justification for the vaccination…
 
David Gornoski sits down with Dr. Ray Peat, researcher of aging, nutrition, and hormones. Why are so many areas of science off-limits for criticism? Is Noam Chomsky really an anti-establishment figure as the Left claims? Why was postmodernism spread into the various institutions of America? Is there a conflict of interest between American and Europ…
 
Tho Bishop is joined by JP Ferreira, law expert and Catholic philosopher, for a conversation on the socio-political divide and tension in America. What do we make of the protests against Kavanaugh? Should America look towards Latin America for cultural examples? Also in the show, Katie Phipps Hague, unschooling mom of 7 and content writer for Tuttl…
 
What is a State? The Mises Institute's Tho Bishop asks this question in light of the January 6 trials while commenting on the validity of this trial, the record rise of inflation numbers, what the Fed is likely to do, and more. Also in the show, Mark Ivanyo, Executive Director of Republicans for National Renewal, joins the show to talk about cultiv…
 
David Gornoski starts the show with some analysis of the latest news surrounding the COVID vaccines and the much-neglected vaccine injuries that people are suffering. David also comments on the Ukraine bill and whether those who vote for it actually care for Ukrainian children. If white supremacy really existed, where would we find it? Has the USS …
 
In a world where the masses are drawn towards big corporate products, why is radio still going strong despite the emergence of the internet? How do we become aware of the hypnotic effects of mainstream media? How does brand affinity reveal our mimetic blind spots? How do we heal the Left-Right dialectic with real-time conversations? Join David Gorn…
 
Is there a way to avoid the statist scapegoating machine and come out healthier and prosperous? Is there any forward vision in the new Right's reactionary ways? Join David Gornoski as he deconstructs the mythic violence of the State while exposing how it plays a negative role in culture. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode by talking about what binds us together in modern societies. Is America's civic religion on the verge of being torn apart? What new secular religions are emerging during this crisis? What did Jesus mean when he said "I come to bring peace but not as the world gives it?" Listen to the full show to find out. Plus, Da…
 
Is there any chance of positive influence on culture, considering the possibility of Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter not going through? "Bombs and drones may break children's bones, but words forever hurt me." Why does the Leftist establishment hate the human body so much? Listen to the full show to find out. Plus, David Gornoski comments on the br…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Florida-13 candidate for US congress, Anna Paulina Luna, who comments on an ex-ABC TV producer’s involvement in the staging of the upcoming Jan 6 committee hearings, the decline of the economy under the Biden administration, DC's disastrous foreign policy, human trafficking at the border, and more. Do we have to put up o…
 
In this episode, we hear from Kazu Haga from the East Point Peace Academy and Robin Wildman from Nonviolent Schools RI, exploring different aspects of nonviolent trainings to diminish the violence in our cultures. In the Nonviolence Report, Michael Nagler begins with the importance of “Thou Shall Not Kill” in the cultures of the world, and how that…
 
In this seventh episode of The Science, David Gornoski sits down with independent researcher Steve Kirsch for a conversation on how Steve went from being a "cheerleader for Fauci" to being a strong skeptic of the COVID vaccines. What are some of the shocking facts that have been covered up about the vaccines? Why are more people dying from cancer a…
 
Moe Stiles & Nathan Brown discuss electoral politics, refugee rights, the asylum process, charity versus justice, and Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR086_MN19.mp3 In March, 2021, Nathan and Moe commenced graduate studies in a Master of Human Rights program at Curtin University, P…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Professor Mattias Desmet, psychologist and author of the upcoming book "The Psychology of Totalitarianism." What is "mass formation" theory and why is it being brought up in light of the pandemic? How is mass formation perpetuated? What are some of the differences between a totalitarian state and a classic dictatorship? …
 
Why does DC want to prolong the war in Ukraine? What makes one an extremist to a DC elitist? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich calls in to talk about the dietary connection to cancer and how we can stay cancer-free. In what ways do seed oils cause lung cancers? Check out Tucker's blog here. Visit A Neighbor's…
 
Why hasn't there been a proper reckoning for those who helped in implementing authoritarianism during the pandemic? Does the Biden administration have anything to offer aside from scapegoating nonviolent Americans with red flag gun laws? Join David Gornoski as he takes on these questions while looking into the latest revelations surrounding the Uva…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with an analysis of Vanity Fair's latest PR piece for the political establishment. A fertilizer plant blew up in India. A potash-carrying train got derailed in Canada. What's going on? Should we be worried about "demonic" A.I.? What do we often overlook when it comes to the history of slavery? Listen to the full ep…
 
What does the Leftist media's attack on Rand Paul reveal about the political status quo? What is the most likely outcome of the war in Ukraine? What do we make of Trump's endorsement of Blake Masters? Listen to the full episode to find out. Plus, Dr. Cate Shanahan joins David Gornoski to talk about how we can deal with the baby formula shortage. Is…
 
What does the drama around the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial signify for our society? Is there anything "moderate" about wanting to preserve the Federal Reserve? How does the imitation of Jesus help us deal with the corruption of our time? What are the Democrats saying about the failure of the vaccine mandates? Are we living under the antichris…
 
It's happening! Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen admits inflation has gone out of control. Join David Gornoski as he comments on this admission while tearing into corporate communism and the McWoke scraps of rancid food we are told to enjoy on the filthy floor. Can the Fed solve this crisis as Biden would like us to believe? Is the GOP even remotely…
 
What do we make of the falling lumber prices? Would banning pornography be effective in lifting up an isolated generation? Should pro-abortion Catholics like Nancy Pelosi be allowed to take communion? Join David Gornoski as he takes on these questions while also highlighting how our choices in the face of storms make all the difference. Visit A Nei…
 
David Gornoski starts the show with an analysis of the heated rhetoric between Russia and the West. Are Jesus' nonviolent teachings impractical in times of war? Why is Biden asking Americans to "respect the Fed?" Did US policymakers misjudge the coming inflation? Why is there a desire from the establishment to have pregnant women fighting in the mi…
 
In this sixth episode of The Science, David Gornoski sits down with Dr. Jordan Vaughn, an internist in Birmingham, Alabama and one of the founders of Concerned Doctors. The two discuss the effects of the COVID vaccines on our bodies' immunity, the importance of early treatment, the hopelessness of our current medical system, instilling respect for …
 
David Gornoski sits down with returning guest Zak Slayback, investor at the 1517 Fund, for a conversation that revolves around the corruption of institutions and the monopolization of innovation. How do we keep from getting marginalized when pursuing scientific and technological discoveries? Would people like Galileo and Thomas Aquinas be allowed t…
 
Jeff Deist is joined by Judge Andrew Napolitano and the two discuss the Texas school shooting and its possible implications on the 2nd Amendment. Do we want psychological profiles of Americans on a federal database? Should the 2nd Amendment be modified? Listen to the full episode to find out. Plus, the Mises Institute's Ryan McMaken calls in to tal…
 
The Mises Institute's Jeff Deist starts the show by examining both sides of the gun control debate while also breaking down the WEF meeting at Davos, Switzerland. Also in the show, economist Dr. Jonathan Newman calls in to discuss Klaus Schwab's recent remarks; the WEF's idea of not owning anything; stakeholder responsibility; what the future holds…
 
Moe and Nathan discuss Midnight Oil, Twitter, longevity, refugees, and yes, preaching to the choir. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR085_MN18.mp3 In March, 2021, Nathan and Moe commenced graduate studies in a Master of Human Rights program at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. This podcast series is their thinking out loud abo…
 
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