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Best podcasts about Paul Rosenberg

Latest podcast episodes about Paul Rosenberg

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 October 14 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:27


In spite of all the instability we see around us, there are individuals who give me authentic hope for the future. 3rd generation Nevada rancher Jared Sorenson is one of those people. He is a textbook example of living with purpose. He's also the author of a book titled: "Searching For Home: Finding Grace" The people are reaching the limits of their patience with government demands. Jeffrey A. Tucker wonders if a breaking point is at hand and asks if we are seeing the possibility of a general strike. Tucker does an admirable job of summing up what is unfolding before us. Would you have stood up for the Jews as they were being marginalized and persecuted in 1938? The answer to that question can be found in whether or not you are standing up for the unvaccinated today. Paul Rosenberg lays out how official persecution is being normalized and how those would won't stand up for the persecuted today, wouldn't have done it then either. One of the great failures of collectivism is that it treats us all as mere objects instead of respecting our remarkable individuality. Kent McManigal explains how the best survival strategy for a society, a civilization, or a species is to let people try different things. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 October 13 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:27


Would it shock you to consider the possibility that we are being conditioned to fear free speech? Jonathan Turley says politicians want us to believe that they are moving to protect us from unhealthy reading choices. Shows like mine are there for the benefit of those who have become aware of how we are being systematically manipulated and stripped of our freedoms. With that awareness comes a responsibility to be informed. Art Carden has a thought-provoking essay that asks, can you even be an "informed" citizen? It's tempting to shrug off the U.S. Dept of Justice mobilizing its resources to make sure parents don't upset school board members or make educational bureaucrats feel unvalidated. But it's a huge red flag for anyone paying attention. C. Bradley Thompson says it's a declaration of war against the rights of parents to oversee their child's education. With all the political conflict that surrounds us, it's curious that more people don't recognize how political power has become little more than the power to bully others. Kent McManigal spells out how our preferred problem-solver is, by far, the greatest problem creator in existence. Dr. Shanon Brooks from Monticello College joins me to talk about the Marine Corps Lt. Col. who is currently paying a high price for speaking out about the costly mistakes made in the process of leaving Afghanistan. We also discuss the emerging new economy and why it's so essential to create your own business. In the grand scheme of things, the revamping of Superman as a bisexual character may not be the gravest threat we face. Even so, it's a good indicator of how we're expected to believe that everything that came before us was wrong. It also makes for a lively discussion with British commentator and Young Voices contributor Connor Tomlinson. Paul Rosenberg always has a principled and insightful take on current events. His latest column tackles the subject of rules versus righteousness. He points out how simply following rules is not the same thing as choosing to be righteous in our actions. This may be a tough idea for some to contemplate but it's a difference worth understanding. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 October 13 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:27


Would it shock you to consider the possibility that we are being conditioned to fear free speech? Jonathan Turley says politicians want us to believe that they are moving to protect us from unhealthy reading choices. Shows like mine are there for the benefit of those who have become aware of how we are being systematically manipulated and stripped of our freedoms. With that awareness comes a responsibility to be informed. Art Carden has a thought-provoking essay that asks, can you even be an "informed" citizen? It's tempting to shrug off the U.S. Dept of Justice mobilizing its resources to make sure parents don't upset school board members or make educational bureaucrats feel unvalidated. But it's a huge red flag for anyone paying attention. C. Bradley Thompson says it's a declaration of war against the rights of parents to oversee their child's education. With all the political conflict that surrounds us, it's curious that more people don't recognize how political power has become little more than the power to bully others. Kent McManigal spells out how our preferred problem-solver is, by far, the greatest problem creator in existence. Dr. Shanon Brooks from Monticello College joins me to talk about the Marine Corps Lt. Col. who is currently paying a high price for speaking out about the costly mistakes made in the process of leaving Afghanistan. We also discuss the emerging new economy and why it's so essential to create your own business. In the grand scheme of things, the revamping of Superman as a bisexual character may not be the gravest threat we face. Even so, it's a good indicator of how we're expected to believe that everything that came before us was wrong. It also makes for a lively discussion with British commentator and Young Voices contributor Connor Tomlinson. Paul Rosenberg always has a principled and insightful take on current events. His latest column tackles the subject of rules versus righteousness. He points out how simply following rules is not the same thing as choosing to be righteous in our actions. This may be a tough idea for some to contemplate but it's a difference worth understanding. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 October 12 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 85:18


I'm grateful for friends and fellow heretics like Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. Eric stops by each week for a reality-based conversation on current events and to explore how to maintain our freedom while living in clown world. We've had a solid year and a half to evaluate how the various mandates, lockdowns and other official responses to Covid have panned out. We know what works and what doesn't. Joakim Book notes the security theatre will likely continue since public health officials simply cannot admit they were wrong and will not loosen their grip on power. We are seeing the very beginnings of a global supply chain breakdown. If you've found yourself wondering why so many container ships are anchored or drifting just offshore instead of being unloaded, Peter C. Earle has a very detailed explanation. The doldrums in which they're stranded aren't the product of nature, they're a consequence of power being mindlessly exercised. Getting stranded as the result of a walk-off of pilots and air traffic controllers may be inconvenient for anyone who is trying to travel. But the great Southwest Airlines rebellion is cause for celebration says Ron Paul. I would gladly suffer inconvenience in order to see our mandate-happy overlords' demands thwarted. And I just bought airline tickets last week. It's getting harder to give our federal overlords the benefit of the doubt. Especially when those at the top of our national government seem determined to punish all dissent against their current power grab. Max Morton spells out how working class Americans are considered a threat to the power of their government. Paul Rosenberg's essays are a worthwhile read for anyone who is tired of all the bad news. One of my favorites is an essay he penned more than 8 years ago about the beauty and dignity of the productive class. This one will make you appreciate the people whose creativity blesses our lives in ways we often overlook. While drunken sailors look on in astonishment at our government's trillion dollar out of control spending habits, politicians are floating the idea that the IRS should know about any time more than $600 passes through your hands. Jeff Thomas has a warning about the future of direct taxation. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 October 12 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 42:28


  Getting stranded as the result of a walk-off of pilots and air traffic controllers may be inconvenient for anyone who is trying to travel. But the great Southwest Airlines rebellion is cause for celebration says Ron Paul. I would gladly suffer inconvenience in order to see our mandate-happy overlords' demands thwarted. And I just bought airline tickets last week. It's getting harder to give our federal overlords the benefit of the doubt. Especially when those at the top of our national government seem determined to punish all dissent against their current power grab. Max Morton spells out how working class Americans are considered a threat to the power of their government. Paul Rosenberg's essays are a worthwhile read for anyone who is tired of all the bad news. One of my favorites is an essay he penned more than 8 years ago about the beauty and dignity of the productive class. This one will make you appreciate the people whose creativity blesses our lives in ways we often overlook. While drunken sailors look on in astonishment at our government's trillion dollar out of control spending habits, politicians are floating the idea that the IRS should know about any time more than $600 passes through your hands. Jeff Thomas has a warning about the future of direct taxation. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 October 1 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 85:18


What mass media is saying about the results of the Arizona election audit isn't surprising. What's astonishing is how little they're saying. Michael Kimmet has some of the crucial information that the press is leaving out regarding the audit. This wasn't about trying to unseat Biden, it was about finding inconsistencies, irregularities and potential manipulation in the election. For a principled take on free speech and independent thought, it's hard to beat Jon Rappoport. His essay "Dangerous Speech vs. Free Speech; mobs of ignoramuses" is one of the best things you'll read this week. Most of us have been pretending that things are okay economically for a long time. But could our situation be reaching a critical mass? Charles Hugh Smith says the market crash that nobody thinks is possible is coming. Would you rather brace for impact or be blindsided? The peaceful remedy to unjust laws is for a jury to nullify those laws when someone is being prosecuted for breaking them. Kirsten Tynan from the Fully Informed Jury Association has an excellent explanation of what jury nullification is and what it isn't. Taxing the rich is the path of least resistance for opportunistic politicians. However, as Kent McManigal notes, this practice also penalizes the productive and discourages them from creating value for others. As the global balance of power continues to shift, it's wise to keep an eye on what's happening geopolitically. Pat Buchanan zooms out to give us the details on the bigger picture. He says the eclipse of Europe has begun as power is shifting to Asia. People who don't know their history have more in common with a small child than they might realize. Both are dependent upon someone else to tell them what to think. Paul Rosenberg discovered the hidden side of history and shares what he learned about how history books are written. There's a lot of effort these days to punish and shame the non-compliant, especially when it comes to the Covid vaccine. Brandon Smith makes a strong case for red states to offer sanctuary to those businesses, military and medical personnel who will not comply. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 September 30 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 42:28


It's not uncommon to hear people describe our current overlapping crises as being part of a massive psy-op being orchestrated by the people in power. Given how many of us are feeling the strain on our mental health lately, that raises some interesting questions. Robert Freudenthal warns that psychiatry will not save us from lockdown harm. In fact, it may become a useful tool for isolating the non-compliant. The videos and images coming out of Australia don't bode well for the future of freedom there. James Bolt says Zero Covid has torn Australia apart. He says the writing is on the wall for anyone who has the courage to raise their eyes: This isn't about learning how to safely live with a particular virus, it's about learning how to live under authoritarian rule. What trait do many of the greatest human beings who have ever lived have in common? All of them discovered who they were by running away for a time. Paul Rosenberg explains how facing the world on our own can be of pivotal importance in helping us learn who we really are. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 September 30 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 85:19


It's not uncommon to hear people describe our current overlapping crises as being part of a massive psy-op being orchestrated by the people in power. Given how many of us are feeling the strain on our mental health lately, that raises some interesting questions. Robert Freudenthal warns that psychiatry will not save us from lockdown harm. In fact, it may become a useful tool for isolating the non-compliant. The videos and images coming out of Australia don't bode well for the future of freedom there. James Bolt says Zero Covid has torn Australia apart. He says the writing is on the wall for anyone who has the courage to raise their eyes: This isn't about learning how to safely live with a particular virus, it's about learning how to live under authoritarian rule. What trait do many of the greatest human beings who have ever lived have in common? All of them discovered who they were by running away for a time. Paul Rosenberg explains how facing the world on our own can be of pivotal importance in helping us learn who we really are. Has there ever been a time when the people burning books were on the right side of history? I only ask because YouTube is aggressively engaging in the outright censorship of any dissenting viewpoint on the Covid vaccine. Someone doesn't trust us to sort these ideas out and decide for ourselves. It sure seems as though many First World nations are combining the worst elements of "1984" with "Brave New World" with just a dash of "Fahrenheit 451" thrown in for fun. Doug Casey suggests 3 ways you can opt out of the rising insanity. They're well worth considering. A little humor makes it possible to get through tough times. JP Sears to the rescue! His latest video on 12 reasons NOT to speak up is well worth a few minutes of your time. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 September 24 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 85:20


It's getting harder to believe the folks who claim it's necessary to push for more intense Covid lockdowns and mandates. Jon Miltimore explains that this is especially the case when there are real world examples like Denmark where cases are down 60% since the government there lifted all Covid restrictions. The most interesting thing about tyranny is that it cannot simply be imposed upon us. We have to consent to live under it. Andrew Napolitano says the Constitution can only limit government's influence so much. The rest is up to us. Isn't it strange how despite the insistence that we "follow the science," there is dissent among doctors and medical personnel regarding the CDC's pronouncements and directives. Ted Noel is an M.D. and he tackles the question of why so many doctors choose to go along with Covid panic porn and CDC prescriptions. As hard as it is to accept that the landscape around us has changed, the reality seems inescapable. This means that many of the familar institutions of Western Civilization have either been altered or done away with. Paul Rosenberg has a pretty straightforward description of what remains in the public square. Finding yourself at your wit's end lately? It's not surprising, given the high drama diet we've all been force-fed for the past 19 months. Annie Holmquist has some solid advice on fiding your way out when you're at your wit's end. Are you noticing the steadily rising prices at the store? Hang on to your hat, there are more price hikes approaching. Kerry Lutz says get ready for non-transitory inflation and lists 10 items that are about to shoot up in price. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 September 24 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 42:28


  As hard as it is to accept that the landscape around us has changed, the reality seems inescapable. This means that many of the familar institutions of Western Civilization have either been altered or done away with. Paul Rosenberg has a pretty straightforward description of what remains in the public square. Finding yourself at your wit's end lately? It's not surprising, given the high drama diet we've all been force-fed for the past 19 months. Annie Holmquist has some solid advice on fiding your way out when you're at your wit's end. Are you noticing the steadily rising prices at the store? Hang on to your hat, there are more price hikes approaching. Kerry Lutz says get ready for non-transitory inflation and lists 10 items that are about to shoot up in price. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount. Hurry, limited time offer expires 9/25) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 September 23 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 42:26


  I hope I'm not the only one who has concerns that the challenges ahead of us might spiral out of control. Paul Rosenberg says, don't stress about a Mad Max future. He says if a collapse is ahead, it will likely lead to better things, in the long run. Is it bad that many of the people I admire most include those who refuse to go along with authoritarian demands? Hannah Cox has a surprisingly encouraging essay on 4 ways Americans are fighting back against anti-science Covid restrictions. What's more American than good old fashioned civil disobedience? Watching the totalitarian crackdown taking place in Australia, I hear commentator after commentator asking "How did it come to this?" and I realize how fortunate we are to have not had our guns taken away. Michael Warren Davis is even more blunt. He says, thank God for rednecks and their refusal to bend the knee. Our deteriorating social and political conditions are causing many people to consider, for the first time, the possibility of removing themselves from the control of the political class. Doug Casey shares his top 3 actionable tips on how you can get out of Dodge while there's still time. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount. Hurry, limited time offer expires 9/25) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 September 23 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 85:19


Most of us have found ourselves at odds with someone in our lives who takes a different stance on the vaccine issue. James Kullander's "Letter to My Vaccinated Friend" is one of the most powerful things I've read in a while. It perfectly describes the situation so many of us are facing. With all the differing viewpoints competing for our allegiance, it's not surprising that we struggle to know what to believe. Caitlin Johnstone reminds us that we won't be free until our minds are free and that's a decision that each of us must make for ourselves. If you openly express your support for limiting the power over government to intrude into your life, that's a sure sign that you're a criminal to some folks. Charles C.W. Cooke sets the record straight and explains why, no, you don't have to be a criminal to want to limit government. Just when you wonder how much harder they could grab for additional power, the Biden administration is pushing for an IRS reporting requirement for any bank account with yearly transactions over $600. James Bovard spells out how this proposed policy might be used as a wrecking ball for financial privacy. I hope I'm not the only one who has concerns that the challenges ahead of us might spiral out of control. Paul Rosenberg says, don't stress about a Mad Max future. He says if a collapse is ahead, it will likely lead to better things, in the long run. Is it bad that many of the people I admire most include those who refuse to go along with authoritarian demands? Hannah Cox has a surprisingly encouraging essay on 4 ways Americans are fighting back against anti-science Covid restrictions. What's more American than good old fashioned civil disobedience? Watching the totalitarian crackdown taking place in Australia, I hear commentator after commentator asking "How did it come to this?" and I realize how fortunate we are to have not had our guns taken away. Michael Warren Davis is even more blunt. He says, thank God for rednecks and their refusal to bend the knee. Our deteriorating social and political conditions are causing many people to consider, for the first time, the possibility of removing themselves from the control of the political class. Doug Casey shares his top 3 actionable tips on how you can get out of Dodge while there's still time. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 September 22 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 85:20


Michelle North is the Gift of Freedom committee leader benefiting Operation Underground Railroad. She and her husband Kish join me to talk about an upcoming fundraising event in Provo, Utah to help stop human trafficking. She can be reached at: gof.mnorth@gmail.com Voluntary cooperation is the greatest tool for solving human problems. Unfortunately, totalitarians don't like to leave those kinds of choices in your hands. As Barry Brownstein explains, totalitarians promote hatred over differences because it keeps us divided and easier to manipulate. The kinds of political and cultural divisions we're seeing right now aren't something that's going to be rectified through voting. Jeff Deist has a fascinating take on the prospects for soft secession in America as a way of easing conflict and promoting greater cooperation. Thrift used to be one of the core values of a free and self-reliant people. But somehow it's been strangled out of existence. Paul Rosenberg answers the question of why it is so hard to save money and how thrift has been destroyed. If you openly express your support for limiting the power over government to intrude into your life, that's a sure sign that you're a criminal to some folks. Charles C.W. Cooke sets the record straight and explains why, no, you don't have to be a criminal to want to limit government. The most disturbing aspect of American mainstream media's lack of objectivity is that so many outlets still pretend that they are upright and objective reporters of fact, rather than deceptive partisan shills. The editorial staff at Issues & Insights says Americans need a new media, and that's something you and I can help make happen. Most of us have found ourselves at odds with someone in our lives who takes a different stance on the vaccine issue. James Kullander's "Letter to My Vaccinated Friend" is one of the most powerful things I've read in a while. It perfectly describes the situation so many of us are facing. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Lounge Experience
116. Sanj Patel - Part 4 (@SanjsSmokeShop)

The Lounge Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 99:12


He's BACK! The Most Hated Retailer! We were very excited to hear what he has in store for the cigar industry AND for us most importantly.  Sanj has been a guest on TLE quite a few times. If you haven't listened to them yet, we suggest you do. Episodes 70, 73, 74 and was co-host on episodes 76 (with Matty Rock) and 79 (with Paul Rosenberg)  Follow Sanj on IG: @SanjsSmokeShop Follow us on IG/FB/Clubhouse: @TLE_Podcast  Email: TheLoungeExperience@gmail.com  Interested in Sailor Guevara cocktails?!  Visit https://www.sailorguevaracocktails.com , on the main page ... scroll down to cocktails potions, tools and join us!  This episode is sponsored by Room101 Brand (www.Room101Brand.com) & BOVEDA Inc. (www.BovedaInc.com)

Boomer & Gio
Moment of the Day (9/3/21)

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 4:05


In Friday's highly anticipated 'Moment of the Day' we heard longtime WFAN employee Paul Rosenberg have some trouble with Craig Carton's voice-changer while wrapping up his first show on the station. Then C-Lo shared some clips from the vault of Steve Somers having the same issue multiple times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 August 25 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 85:16


When science and medicine aren't attached to political agendas, they can be very beneficial. When they are used to advance the agendas of people in power, not so much. Paul Rosenberg has a straightforward take on the weaponization of medicine and how it masquerades as science. The dynamic that drives virtually every conflict in our society today is a clash between collectivism and the individual. To better understand our modern collectivist trends and how to resist them, spend some time reading Richard M. Ebeling's latest column. He has an excellent explanation of where these trends began and how we've arrived this point. To hear our mass media tell it, there's only bad news when it comes to the pandemic. Are you ready for some good news regarding COVID-19? Dr. Thomas Siler has 10 facts that bring some needed perspective to the topic. And all of them are positive. Afghanistan continues to dominate the news cycle. There are many aspects to what is happening there right now but there are also a couple of difficult facts that must be faced. 1. As Kent McManigal explains the real problem isn't how the U.S. is leaving Afghanistan but rather that it shouldn't have been there in the first place. 2. As Pat Buchanan points out, interventionism has a tendency to produce bitter fruits. Getting a clear take on geopolitical issues can be complicated because they involve so many moving parts. Alistair Crooke has an interesting analysis of the strategic apocalypse in Afghanistan and how it's a seismic shift that was years in the making. The bigger picture looks very favorable for China. Now that the Pfizer vaccine has been approved by the FDA, the folks who've been pushing it the hardest are ready to really get serious about making the unvaccinated take the shot. Here's a video of an interesting interview with Laura Ingraham and immunology professor Byram Bridle that explores the possibility that it's the vaccines, not the unvaccinated, that are driving the variants. Leave me a voice message with your feedback --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2021 August 3 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 42:38


It's not a stretch to say that a lot of folks are caught in the grasp of an authentic mania these days. Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous breakdown of what has warped men's souls and why speaking the truth in love is more important than ever. The growing divide in our society is disturbing on a number of levels. Cheryl Chumley sums up the divide by describing the two America's that are trying to inhabit the same space--the collectivists vs. the individualists. Back to school time is fast approaching and with it comes another round of teachers unions flexing their political muscles. Kerry McDonald has an excellent article on how the battle this time centers around forcing mandatory masking upon all students, including preschoolers. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 7-6-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 42:39


The Orwellian renaming and erasing of history is taking root even in small town America. Brad Bennett joins me to discuss the current crusade to strip Utah's Dixie of its name and unique heritage. What does it mean to be worthy of being an American? I'm not talking about confrontational patriotism but simply understanding and living up to what we've been given. Kurt Schlichter doesn't pull any punches when he lays out what many people have forgotten. The importance of clear and independent thinking is becoming clearer by the day. What about the need for moral education? That can be a bit tricky. Paul Rosenberg has a great take on why moral education is essential in order to produce better human beings. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

BourbonBlog.com
Eminem's Music Manager Paul Rosenberg Interview

BourbonBlog.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 69:06


Eminem's Music Manager Paul Rosenberg interviewed by Bourbon expert Tom Fischer and host Matty Rock on the Cigar Saturday show. Media mogul Paul Rosenberg discusses news projects including Eminiem includinfg the recent NFT ( non-fungible token)collectibles game and more. Rosenberg is CEO of Goliath Records, known for his extensive work as Eminem's manager and co-founder of Shady Records. Paul was previously CEO of Def Jam Records. Subscribe to this podcast channel and also find us on YouTube.com/BourbonBlog. Thirsty? We host virtual Bourbon tastings. Find us for more.... BourbonBlog Facebook Instagram Twitter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bourbonblog/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 6-30-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 42:28


One of the hardest things to do is admit when we've been duped. Ari Schulman shares an example to which most of us can sadly relate--we played along with Covid theater even when it didn't make sense. I've been told that I seem to have an axe to grind with the media. To the extent that our corporate media is actively working to mislead or deceive us, I suppose it's true. As Annie Holmquist explains, it's not just a matter of ideological disagreement. The media may bear responsibility for countless Covid deaths. I hear many misplaced criticisms of libertarian ideals but the point made by Paul Rosenberg in his recent essay about why Bitcoiners are accomplishing what libertarians never could is a point that rings painfully true. Libertarians tend to be philosophers and talkers while Bitcoiners are doers who are willing to suffer for their principles. Ever heard someone describe taxation as a necessary evil? I've said the words myself. Why don't we ever hear such words used to describe charity? It's because one is voluntary and the other is coerced. Jean Vilbert ponders what would happen if charity replaced taxation. Not to sound like a conspiracy theorist but our federal government couldn't get away with it's blatant usurpation of power without the help of the Federal Reserve. Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center has a compelling explanation of how the national bank destroyed the limits of the Constitution. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 6-30-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 42:28


One of the hardest things to do is admit when we've been duped. Ari Schulman shares an example to which most of us can sadly relate--we played along with Covid theater even when it didn't make sense. I've been told that I seem to have an axe to grind with the media. To the extent that our corporate media is actively working to mislead or deceive us, I suppose it's true. As Annie Holmquist explains, it's not just a matter of ideological disagreement. The media may bear responsibility for countless Covid deaths. I hear many misplaced criticisms of libertarian ideals but the point made by Paul Rosenberg in his recent essay about why Bitcoiners are accomplishing what libertarians never could is a point that rings painfully true. Libertarians tend to be philosophers and talkers while Bitcoiners are doers who are willing to suffer for their principles. Ever heard someone describe taxation as a necessary evil? I've said the words myself. Why don't we ever hear such words used to describe charity? It's because one is voluntary and the other is coerced. Jean Vilbert ponders what would happen if charity replaced taxation. Not to sound like a conspiracy theorist but our federal government couldn't get away with it's blatant usurpation of power without the help of the Federal Reserve. Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center has a compelling explanation of how the national bank destroyed the limits of the Constitution. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron 

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 6-28-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 42:38


The term "equity" is being used a lot these days as a replacement for what we used to call "equality before the law." Don't be bamboozled into thinking it's an improvement. George Will explains how attacking merit in the name of equity is a prescription for mediocrity. The president's staff have their hands full when it comes to walking back, clarifying and otherwise trying to manage some of his more nonsensical pronouncements. Thankfully, they have a bit of volunteer help from Robert E. Wright in correcting one of Biden's statements about how the citizenry was prohibited from owning cannons at the time of the nation's founding. Wright sets the record straight on private cannon ownership in colonial America. As we gear up to celebrate liberty as part of our Independence Day festivities, it's a great time to consider why liberty is still a viable concept. Sheldon Richman has a marvelous explanation of liberty as a problem-solving process. I greatly admire those who possess artistic talent. Creating beauty is a legit skill. Paul Rosenberg has a new essay that explores the purpose and value of art. I like his take. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Carton and Roberts 4pm Hour (06-22-21)

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 41:31


-A heated debate on Gary Sanchez -Craig is not a fan of Big Mac's new haircut -Night time producer Paul Rosenberg was given a task by Craig and failed See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 6-21-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 42:41


It's been fashionable for some time to blame our parents for whatever our issue happens to be at the moment. Having just celebrated Father's Day, I thought Paul Rosenberg does a marvelous job in his latest essay. He revisits parenthood, after a century of Freud and socialism. We often tell ourselves that taxes and regulations are the "price we pay for living in a civilized society." But is it possible to have too much of a good thing? Anthony Gill has a timely reminder about how the neighborhood lemonade stand is the classic example of free enterprise at work. For me it's powerful motivation to stop and patronize these stands rather than driving by. John Whitehead from the Rutherford Institute has been a voice of warning for a long time. His latest column on the FBI's growing tendency to "save" us from plots that it has created is very eye-opening. Government shouldn't be in the habit of creating crimes to justify its existence. Remember how we comforted ourselves during the Covid stay-at-home orders with the idea that they were, somehow, saving lives? Turns out that a new study is showing that not only did those stay-at-home orders fail to save lives, they actually may have cost more lives. Brad Polumbo has the details. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 6-21-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 42:42


It's been fashionable for some time to blame our parents for whatever our issue happens to be at the moment. Having just celebrated Father's Day, I thought Paul Rosenberg does a marvelous job in his latest essay. He revisits parenthood, after a century of Freud and socialism. We often tell ourselves that taxes and regulations are the "price we pay for living in a civilized society." But is it possible to have too much of a good thing? Anthony Gill has a timely reminder about how the neighborhood lemonade stand is the classic example of free enterprise at work. For me it's powerful motivation to stop and patronize these stands rather than driving by. John Whitehead from the Rutherford Institute has been a voice of warning for a long time. His latest column on the FBI's growing tendency to "save" us from plots that it has created is very eye-opening. Government shouldn't be in the habit of creating crimes to justify its existence. Remember how we comforted ourselves during the Covid stay-at-home orders with the idea that they were, somehow, saving lives? Turns out that a new study is showing that not only did those stay-at-home orders fail to save lives, they actually may have cost more lives. Brad Polumbo has the details. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron 

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show 6-15-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 42:33


Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me to explore current events. We talk about why cars are getting more expensive and in shorter supply as well as what our automobiles now have in common with our cell phones. We also keep tabs on the slow return to sanity in the age of Covid. Critical Race Theory (CRT) looks an awful lot like a racist solution in search of a problem. But is official policy banning its teaching in public schools the answer? Scott Shackford says don't call for censorship, instead empower parents with more control over their kids' education. The word "hero" has been co-opted by the state. Ever notice how many movie and TV heroes are somehow in the employ of government? Paul Rosenberg says we need to praise great individuals, now more than ever. Examples of personal greatness inspire greatness in the rest of us. He also makes a powerful case that if you're not seeing any obvious heroes around you, it's time to become one. With Flag Day having just passed and Independence Day approaching, patriotism is back in fashion--for the moment. Brian McGlinchey has a thought-provoking take on why patriots shouldn't pledge allegiance. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show 6-8-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 85:22


Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by to share his take on the passing scene. The push for Covid vaccination is sparking some serious discussion about the phrase "my body, my choice." The current political orthodoxy holds that voting is so good, so essential to "democracy" that the voting age should be lowered. J.K. Baltzersen suggests that it should be raised instead. Believe it or not, there was a time when elections didn't so closely resemble demolition derbies that doom both sides. James Bovard asks "Will treason mania destroy America?" What exactly did the president accomplish with his commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa massacre last week? As Alan J. Levine explains, Biden's remarks were a study in historical confusion. Most of us have heard some variation of how our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. If someone were to ask you to explain what those principles are, could you do it? Thankfully, Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous explanation of what they are and why they still matter. Yesterday I touched on the importance of being able to see the state for what it is versus what it pretends to be. Here's another amazing essay on the subject from Matthew McCaffrey that perfectly illustrates how your freedom is contingent on understanding this difference. Sanity appears to be slowly returning but there are still a few examples of how detached from reality we've become over Covid. A good example of this was recently seen in the ejection of golfer Jon Rahm from the Jack Nicklaus Memorial golf tournament (which he was decisively leading) because of a purported positive PCR test for Covid. Must be a pretty bad disease if he didn't even know he (might) have it. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 6-8-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 42:30


Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by to share his take on the passing scene. The push for Covid vaccination is sparking some serious discussion about the phrase "my body, my choice." The current political orthodoxy holds that voting is so good, so essential to "democracy" that the voting age should be lowered. J.K. Baltzersen suggests that it should be raised instead. Believe it or not, there was a time when elections didn't so closely resemble demolition derbies that doom both sides. James Bovard asks "Will treason mania destroy America?" What exactly did the president accomplish with his commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa massacre last week? As Alan J. Levine explains, Biden's remarks were a study in historical confusion. Most of us have heard some variation of how our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. If someone were to ask you to explain what those principles are, could you do it? Thankfully, Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous explanation of what they are and why they still matter. Yesterday I touched on the importance of being able to see the state for what it is versus what it pretends to be. Here's another amazing essay on the subject from Matthew McCaffrey that perfectly illustrates how your freedom is contingent on understanding this difference. Sanity appears to be slowly returning but there are still a few examples of how detached from reality we've become over Covid. A good example of this was recently seen in the ejection of golfer Jon Rahm from the Jack Nicklaus Memorial golf tournament (which he was decisively leading) because of a purported positive PCR test for Covid. Must be a pretty bad disease if he didn't even know he (might) have it. www.thebryanhydeshow.com

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 6-8-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 42:29


Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by to share his take on the passing scene. The push for Covid vaccination is sparking some serious discussion about the phrase "my body, my choice." The current political orthodoxy holds that voting is so good, so essential to "democracy" that the voting age should be lowered. J.K. Baltzersen suggests that it should be raised instead. Believe it or not, there was a time when elections didn't so closely resemble demolition derbies that doom both sides. James Bovard asks "Will treason mania destroy America?" What exactly did the president accomplish with his commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa massacre last week? As Alan J. Levine explains, Biden's remarks were a study in historical confusion. Most of us have heard some variation of how our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. If someone were to ask you to explain what those principles are, could you do it? Thankfully, Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous explanation of what they are and why they still matter. Yesterday I touched on the importance of being able to see the state for what it is versus what it pretends to be. Here's another amazing essay on the subject from Matthew McCaffrey that perfectly illustrates how your freedom is contingent on understanding this difference. Sanity appears to be slowly returning but there are still a few examples of how detached from reality we've become over Covid. A good example of this was recently seen in the ejection of golfer Jon Rahm from the Jack Nicklaus Memorial golf tournament (which he was decisively leading) because of a purported positive PCR test for Covid. Must be a pretty bad disease if he didn't even know he (might) have it. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron   

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 6-1-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 42:27


Hard focus today on remaining tethered to reality. Eric Peters from EP Autos joins me to discuss the arrogance of the one-size-fits-all approach that central planners prefer. We also cover ways to decentralize power starting with backyard independence. Paul Rosenberg concludes his marvelous series of essays on fallacies and rhetorical tricks that others might use on us to prevent us from seeing what's real. remaining rooted in reality is harder than it sounds but worth whatever effort is required. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 6-1-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 42:28


Hard focus today on remaining tethered to reality. Eric Peters from EP Autos joins me to discuss the arrogance of the one-size-fits-all approach that central planners prefer. We also cover ways to decentralize power starting with backyard independence. Paul Rosenberg concludes his marvelous series of essays on fallacies and rhetorical tricks that others might use on us to prevent us from seeing what's real. remaining rooted in reality is harder than it sounds but worth whatever effort is required. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron 

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 5-17-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 42:37


No doubt about it, the exodus from big city lockdowns is a thing. The question remains as to whether it's a good or bad thing for small town America. Chloe Anagnos explains how, from an economic standpoint, it could be either. Paul Rosenberg has the final installment of his logical fallacies series and it's worth your time to read it. He covers fallacies that are centered in wishful thinking, judgmental language and Kafka-trapping, among others. Barry Brownstein always has a take worth considering. I really enjoyed his essay on why humans increasingly are unaware of their ignorance and why it's a big problem. This is something that has been greatly magnified by all the Covid drama over the past year. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 5-17-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 42:38


No doubt about it, the exodus from big city lockdowns is a thing. The question remains as to whether it's a good or bad thing for small town America. Chloe Anagnos explains how, from an economic standpoint, it could be either. Paul Rosenberg has the final installment of his logical fallacies series and it's worth your time to read it. He covers fallacies that are centered in wishful thinking, judgmental language and Kafka-trapping, among others. Barry Brownstein always has a take worth considering. I really enjoyed his essay on why humans increasingly are unaware of their ignorance and why it's a big problem. This is something that has been greatly magnified by all the Covid drama over the past year. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron  

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 5-17-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 42:46


Have you noticed? The masks are starting to come off. Allan Stevo celebrates Trader Joe's dropping their mandate as the first significant crack in the armor of the mask enforcers. We've all learned a lot about what's worked and what hasn't in addressing pandemic concerns over this past 15 months. John Tamny points out the most obvious lesson of all: restricting freedom didn't defeat Covid. Last week, Merriam-Webster changed its definition of "anti-vaxxer" to include anyone who opposes mandated vaccines. Now is a great time to revisit Paul Rosenberg's essay "Call Me Pisher" which explains the liberating power of losing our fear of labels and the disapproval of others. Politicians have been pretty keen lately on reminding us that no amendment to the Constitution "is absolute." Robert E. Wright unpacks that sentiment a bit further and makes the case for free expression and how it prevents politicians from consolidating too much power over us. www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 5-12-2021

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 42:43


Serious question here: Have you stopped masking at every opportunity? I'm not suggesting that there's just one right answer. Like Annie Holmquist, I'm wondering whether it's time to plan mask-burning parties. We've had some time to process what has worked and what hasn't worked regarding how to respond to Covid-19. As John Tamny explains, for those who have been paying attention, one lesson stands out clearly: Restricting freedom didn't defeat covid. The line between informing and terrifying people gets pretty blurry depending upon the subject being discussed. Paul Rosenberg shares a couple of personal experiences with climate change events that highlight why we should maintain a healthy skepticism to impressive people making breathless pronouncements. How do we break the bad habit of turning to the force of the state to solve every problem that arises in our lives? Kent McManigal has a solid example of how to handle a problem without gangs. I'd love to see this kind of thinking become the norm. Why would the FBI seize heirlooms, coins and cash from hundreds of safe deposit boxes in Beverly Hills and then invite the owners to come forward and identify themselves and their property? Especially when much of the property in question is known to belong to honest citizens. At what point can we finally concede that St. Augustine was right in referring to the state as a "gang of thieves writ large"? www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 5-4-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 42:46


Eric Peters from EP Autos joins me for another foray into wrongthink. We discuss "masks required" signage and property rights as well as how to assert ownership of our own lives by reclaiming our freedoms. Remember the good old days when companies existed to meet the needs of their customers and not to signal social virtue? Andrea Widburg has a fascinating story of a software company whose corporate speech policy is a welcome break from all the social justice force-feeding. The solutions to so many of the problems facing our culture and society today start much closer to home than many of us realize. One of the most activist things a person can do is raise kids who understand and value their freedom. Annie Holmquist has a timely call to decolonize government schools and to teach your children what really matters. If you're serious about propaganda-proofing yourself, here's another supremely helpful essay from Paul Rosenberg on how to recognize and counter common fallacies that are used to keep us from speaking and seeking the truth.  Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron  

Money Tree Investing
Everything You Need To Know About Investing In Cryptocurrencies

Money Tree Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 81:52


Are you still wondering what all the fuss is about? Still think cryptocurrencies are the next tulip bubble? This week we interview Paul Rosenberg about why everyone is excited about investing in cryptocurrencies. We discuss what is preventing widespread adoption, "stock to flow", privacy coins, and why you need to take a second look at how blockchain technology is going to change the world. For more information, visit the show notes at https://moneytreepodcast.com/investing-in-cryptocurrencies-paul-rosenberg Today's Panelists: Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth Barbara Friedberg | Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance Megan Gorman | The Wealth Intersection Tim Picciott | The Liberty Advisor

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 4-26-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 42:39


With all the bad news being blasted at us daily, it's easy to feel helpless. Curt Mercadante joins me with a message that you need to hear. His take on fear, love and creativity is a powerful antidote to the industrial-strength negativity being blasted at us daily. The most courageous people I know are the ones who refuse to untether from reality; the ones who acknowledge and speak the truth in the face of politically correct thought-enforcers. Annie Holmquist reminds us that courage is worth the risk. Remember the old saying about how you can't fool all of the people all of the time? One of the more interesting trends is the current decline in public trust of the media. Caitlin Johnstone explains what's going on and how the folks who manufacture consent are losing their grip on our awareness. Building your ability to think clearly and independently is an absolute must these days. Paul Rosenberg's latest essay on the fallacy of false equivalency is one more tool for your intellectual toolbox. Sponsors: Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast Support this program by becoming a Patron

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 4-19-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 42:40


Where did woke corporate America get the idea that politics is everything? Richard Morrison reviews the book "The Dictatorship of Woke Capital" by Steve Soukup  who does a great job of connecting the dots. Bottom line, some people think politics should be the overriding force in every part of life. The rest of us want it limited to a very narrow role. Will woke capital be a lasting influence or simply a fad that comes down as quickly as it went up? Peter C. Earle predicts it is destined to become a relic. The sooner the better. Today is the anniversary of the shot heard 'round the world. It's a perfect opportunity to reflect upon why armed self defense is essential in a free society. Richard M. Ebeling provides some necessary historical context as well as the principles at stake. Paul Rosenberg's series on common fallacies is well worth your while. His latest essay has some marvelous advice on recognizing and countering propaganda as well as advertising.  Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron  

Testimony A Musician's Story - Testimony

In this episode of Testimony a Musician’s Story, presented by Sound Seekers, rapper and singer Kaleb Mitchell shares his Christian testimony. He discusses losing his best friend to gun violence, discovering his dad’s drug addiction, and meeting and working with Def Jam’s former CEO Paul Rosenberg. Kaleb additionally breaks down his latest album and movie, So Help Me God II.

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 4-5-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 42:37


Learning how to think clearly and independently is worth every bit of the effort required. I have found Paul Rosenberg's series of essays on logical fallacies and rhetorical tricks you may encounter to be especially helpful in helping to sort fact from fiction. His latest essay covers what to do when someone begins playing the victim. Part of the problem with ever-expanding government control of our individual lives is the result of asking it to do too much. Katherine Mangu-Ward makes a convincing case for abolishing the Food and Drug Administration. She reminds us that the role of the state is to protect our rights, not to prevent us from making risky choices. Stories like this feel like job security to me. Sixty Minutes was once a highly respected TV news program. If you've doubted whether the MSM would distort or selectively edit footage to mislead us into false narratives, you've got to see what they did with Governor DeSantis in Florida when talking about COVID vaccines. I'll be speaking in St. George, Utah this coming Saturday April 10th at the Red Lion Inn as part of the Liberty Conference sponsored by the Liberty Action Coalition. Click here for ticket information. Sponsors:  Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron  

The Bryan Hyde Show
The Bryan Hyde Show hour two 3-22-2021

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 42:38


Anyone who has found the courage to stand for something will have to deal with making the case for his or her cause. Paul Rosenberg has been tirelessly providing valuable resources in how to recognize and counter the fallacies we might encounter. His latest essay deals with other word attacks and how to deal with them. When human beings deal with one another, they can use cooperation or coercion. One relies on persuasion and the other on force. Antony Davies has a very worthwhile take on how the right to exit is the basis for a prosperous and peaceful society.  In the battle between the lockdowners and the rest of us, it can be hard to recognize how far those fighting to restore freedom have actually come in the past year. Robert E. Wright has written about what needs to be done and has a personal invitation to anyone thinking about boarding the freedom train. Our mass media is downplaying Biden's latest "Cornpop" moment with Vladimir Putin a few days ago. But the saber-rattling is unmistakable. When it comes to understanding what's going on geopolitically, few people have a better grasp of the big picture than Pat Buchanan. His latest column asks the question: Do we not have enough enemies? There are plenty of us who have doubted the value of elections for some time. The 2020 election just confirmed to us that the system is rotten to the core and ripe for manipulation. James Bovard has a hard-hitting article about H.R. 1, which would legalize all the irregularities from the last election.  Sponsors:  Landmark Risk Management & Insurance Monticello College Pure Light HSL Ammo Subscribe to the podcast  Support this program by becoming a Patron  

Geopolitics & Empire
Paul Rosenberg: The Road to Techno-Serfdom

Geopolitics & Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 62:03


Geopolitics & Empire · Paul Rosenberg: The Road to Techno-Serfdom #191 Cryptography expert and founder of ‘Freeman’s Perspective’ Paul Rosenberg gives his take on the “first televised plague” and where U.S. politics and the economy are headed. More importantly, he breaks down the very serious situation of “techno-serfdom” that is threatening to strip away the […]

The Credibility Nation Show
Driving Performance and Growth with Paul Rosenberg (CNS 108)

The Credibility Nation Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2020 7:29


In this episode, Paul Rosenberg talks about driving performance and growth with highly effective operational strategies. He is an award-winning transformational leadership coach and speaker with over 30 years of experience. He offers a unique global skill set that has brought clients over 100 million dollars in performance improvements. He delivers solid results on business strategy, operations performance, and cross-functional team leadership. He brings experience gained in key project management and client engagement roles. If you are worried about driving performance and growth, and you doubt your ability to make that happen, you should consider reaching out to Paul Rosenberg by visiting his website https://rosenbergpaul.com and going to https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-rosenberg-69a2a9/. Mitchell Levy is the Global Credibility Expert at AHAthat, the first AHA leadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market for thought leaders, experts and companies to unleash their genius to the world. His passion is helping entrepreneurs, business owners and C-Suite Executives get known as thought leaders & become best-selling authors with the AHA platform. He is an accomplished entrepreneur who has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is an international best selling author with 60 business books, has provided strategic consulting to over 100 companies, has advised over 500 CEOs on critical business issues, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Visit https://www.credibilitynation.com to learn more about the Credibility Nation community.Visit https://www.ahathat.com/author to learn how you can become an Amazon best-selling author in 4 months.

The Lounge Experience
79. Paul Rosenberg (Shady Records/Goliath)

The Lounge Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2020 115:21


This week we are honored to welcome music industry icon and CEO of Shady Records/Goliath; Paul Rosenberg! In addition to having the one and only (yes we said it--- ONE & ONLY) Paul Rosenberg, we get to welcome back THEE Matty Rock,   and co-host Sanj Patel to chat all about cigars and fun facts about our guests.  Tune in and welcome to The Lounge Experience.    Connect with our guests:  @Rosenberg @MattyRock2K @SanjsSmokeShop   Connect with us: IG: @TLE_Podcast   Email: TheLoungeExperience@gmail.com   Episode sponsored by Room101 Brands & Boveda Inc  ***Don't forget to Subscribe, Rate & Review***

Radio Free Humanity: The Marxist-Humanist Podcast
Combating Tankie Denialism: Specialist in Soviet History Rebuts Grover Furr--Ep. 24

Radio Free Humanity: The Marxist-Humanist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2020 57:02


Brendan and Andrew interview Lesley Rimmel (https://history.okstate.edu/people/emeriti), a professor emerita of history at Oklahoma State University who specializes in the history of Russia under Stalin. Rimmel pushes back against the efforts by Grover Furr––a Maoist writer newly popular among pro-Stalinist (“tankie”) youth––to “normalize” and defend Stalin. She and the co-hosts discuss Stalin’s direct role in the mass repression campaign of the late 1930s––which Furr has characterized as a rogue anti-government operation!––as well as Furr’s contention that Stalin persistently attempted to “democratize the government of the Soviet Union.” The discussion then turns to considering Furr’s work, and young tankies’ embrace of it, as an instance of denialism, and to exploring how to fight this and other forms of denialism. During the discussion of the mass repression campaign, reference is made to the infamous 1937 Politburo order No. 00447. For further information, see: an image of its first page (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5e/NKVD_Order_No._00447.jpg/800px-NKVD_Order_No._00447.jpg); a Russian transcription of the order’s full text (https://ru.wikisource.org/wiki/%D0%9F%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0%D0%B7_%D0%9D%D0%9A%D0%92%D0%94_%D0%BE%D1%82_30.07.1937_%E2%84%96_00447); and historian Nicolas Werth’s account (https://www.sciencespo.fr/mass-violence-war-massacre-resistance/en/document/nkvd-mass-secret-operation-n-00447-august-1937-november-1938.html) of it. Elsewhere in the interview, reference is made to Rimmel’s doctoral dissertation (https://search.proquest.com/docview/304211519); to Furr’s book Khrushchev Lied (https://www.amazon.com/Khrushchev-Lied-Revelation-Khrushchevs-Communist/dp/061544105X) and his two-part (https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/clogic/article/view/191861/188830) article alleging (https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/clogic/article/view/191862/188831) that Stalin struggled for democratic reform; and to short pieces in which Deborah Lipstadt (https://www.threemonkeysonline.com/defending-history-deborah-e-lipstadt-and-holocaust-denial/) and Robert P. Crease (https://physicsworld.com/a/fighting-science-denial/) discuss denialism and how to fight it. Plus: current-events segment on how to de-Trumpify America after Trump. The co-hosts intervene in a discussion recently kicked off by John Feffer (http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/176718/tomgram%3A_john_feffer%2C_the_de-trumpification_of_america_/) and Paul Rosenberg (https://www.salon.com/2020/08/01/on-the-de-trumpification-of-america-it-definitely-wont-be-easy-but-it-must-be-done/).

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A Waste Of Time with ItsTheReal
ItsTheReal Classic: Action Bronson

A Waste Of Time with ItsTheReal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2020 91:51


Today on A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, we revisit our July 2018 interview with Renaissance man Action Bronson, one of the funniest conversations we've ever taken part in. In this side-splitting episode, we sat down with Bam Bam Baklava over bagels to talk Flushing, Queens, why he's a fan of the New York Yankees, how he thinks his infamous Funk Flex freestyle went, how he injured his knee running from Germans, making plans for chicken parm with Lenny Dykstra, why Alchemist dresses the way he does, the calendar Jeff made where he photoshopped Action into Renaissance paintings, peeing in between subway cars, what Bobby Brown's like in the kitchen, why exactly he got fired from Citi Field, what Tommy Mas meant to his career, what he learned from Paul Rosenberg, what he feels he could have done different while at Atlantic Records, his longtime relationship with Vice, where the name Fuck That's Delicious comes from, what he thinks about White Rappers, what it's really like to cook on Late Night with Seth Meyers, what rap camp at Alchemist's house is like, why he shaved his face, what it says on the Post-It that Robert DeNiro gave him, AND SO MUCH MORE! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Lucas Rockwood Show
396: Our Mental Health Crisis Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD

The Lucas Rockwood Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2020 36:37


The three largest mental health facilities in the USA are Rickers, Cooks Country and LA Twin Towers Jails. The mentally ill have literally been relegated to prisons since there are so few public resources for those in need. This is devastating to the mentally ill, of course, but also to their families, neighbors and communities who are forever impacted.  Listen & Learn:  How prisons have replaced mental health facilities in the U.S.  Why the mentally ill are treated like criminals  The real cost of addiction  Why public policy needs to be more compassionate  Links & Resources:  Bedlam Book The Film Dr. Rosenberg's Site ABOUT OUR GUEST Dr. Rosenberg is a psychiatrist with a specialty is addiction medicine at Upper East Health. He's the author of Infidelity and his newest book, Bedlam: An Intimate Journey into America's Health Crisis. Nutritional Tip of the Week: Weight Loss Pills Got Questions? Send me a voicemail here: Ask Lucas a Question Or write to us: podcast@yogabody.com  Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes