The Federalists promised that the federal government would only go so far in its authority. Over time, the government housed in Washington D.C. has continued to grow and expand, swallowing up more and more power from the 50 states and its citizens.
The great battles of Ancient Greece and Persia are interesting no matter what century you live in. Stephen Kershaw is a leading scholar on the subject of Ancient Greece and is a classics professor at Oxford University.
Are you tired of the woke agenda in comics, like Marvel and DC? The culture war has been ongoing and Eric July is mounting an assault on the comic book world that looks to move comics back to good stories, great characters, and a universe that actually makes sense.
Historians often point to the similarities between Rome and America. Both are republics. One fell and the other appears to be on its way. How much did partisan politics impact the demise of the Roman Republic?
Why do so many Americans suddenly accept crony capitalism? Thomas DiLorenzo, author and senior fellow at The Mises Institute, joins the podcast to discuss the varying schools of economics, the history of crony capitalism, how Americans have typically always been against it until the recent pandemic with big pharma and the shuttering of small businesses in favor of large corporations, as well as the obvious relationship between governments and the climate change community (their push to end industries, like coal and oil, as well as their push to move everyone to electric vehicles and more).
What does it mean to be a statesman and who in the past can we look to for those examples? Daniel J. Mahoney, the author of “The Statesman As Thinker,” joins the podcast to discuss why America needs more statesmen rather than politicians, and what it takes to become a statesman.
Peter Zeihan, one of today’s most prominent geopolitical strategists, has mapped out how the world as we know it is about to come to an end in his newest book "The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization."