From history and politics to art and culture.
This episode features a recent appearance on KSLM radio, where James discusses (with radio host, Stacey Ann) the importance of media literacy, explains terms such as "conservative," "liberal," and "progressive," and talks about so much more.
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In this episode, Karlyn Borysenko discusses her unexpected rise to prominence as a commentator and Youtube content creator. She also discusses her political evolution and more.
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This episode features the return of one of the show's favorite guests, Professor Bob Reinhardt, who discusses his work in the history of the American West and more.
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This episode features prominent Youtuber, Mike the Music Snob. Mike discusses his channel, his taste in music, and current developments regarding his band, Crusade.
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This episode is a re-broadcast of a recent appearance made on 104.3 KSLM FM, discussing the recent History Killers articles and more.
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Professor Mark Henkels discusses his work and experience in the field of Political Science.
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This is a "lost" episode of the podcast which features a discussion of John Rawls' Theory of Justice. The episode also includes a discussion about the importance of legal advocacy. The episode was recorded in the summer of 2019.
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This episode is a discussion with Blake from Free Thinkers of PSU. We discuss social media, the woke mob, and her involvement with Free Thinkers of PSU.
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The 1619 Project has been applauded and received a Pulitzer Prize. These accolades are not necessarily deserving of a project with extremely flawed historical analysis.
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In this episode, James Cassidy from the band Information Society talks about his time in the band and also discusses his move from the world of music to the academic world as an instructor at Oregon State University.
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