Media Roundup: Sara Carter, Titus Techera, TNT Radio Interviews
Interviews on The New Abnormal, "Pandemic Amnesty," truth and reconciliation, and my lawsuit challenging AB 2098 in California--the unconstitutional gag order on physicians.
Lots of interviews last week, a few of which I’m posting here. First, here’s my conversation with investigative reporter Sara Carter on the biomedical security state and related matters:
An in-depth discussion with my friend Titus Techera on his PoMoCon podcast The New Abnormal and today’s threats to civil liberties rising in response to the pandemic:
My interview with Michael Parker, where we discuss the biomedical security state’s roots in the eugenics movement of early 20th century and the resurgence of eugenics principles (my segment begins at minute 19):
My interview with Trish Wood on "pandemic amnesty," truth and reconciliation, medical censorship, the scapegoating of the unvaccinated, and The New Abnormal (I join at minute 15):
I enjoyed an evening with Jordan Peterson last week. He had already ordered The New Abnormal on Kindle, but I gave him a hardcover copy as well. For those not familiar with his work, the caption below is a play on Peterson’s book, Twelve Rules for Life.
And finally, a little nugget of wisdom to close…
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