March 27th, 2021 | 1 hr 5 mins
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The data, facts, and realities of COVID were far away from what the media and public health institutions were presenting to the world at the advent of the pandemic.
And while the controlling narrative was that of lockdowns and fear in response to COVID, organizations like PANDA have been working with some of the top minds in public health, focusing on the hard data and analytics of the pandemic to help save lives.
Returning to the program is Nick Hudson, co-founder of PANDA, who just gave an amazing talk at the inaugural BizNews Investment Conference where he crushed the common myths and misconceptions promoted by pro-lockdown, anti-science politicians and unelected bureaucrats.
What do epidemiologists and immunologist think of Dr. Fauci? What's the story about the COVID variants? Are asymptomatic people a danger to others?
All that (and more) discussed on today's special BONUS episode.
December 28th, 2020 | 34 mins 20 secs
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We've often discussed/debated how to best enact liberty policy into action; via the GOP, or via the LP?
Today's guest is Jeremy Faison (@JeremyFaison4TN), Tennessee House Republican Caucus Chairman representing House District 11, who makes his case (and bring the receipts!) on why the GOP is the most viable means to enact liberty into policy.
October 23rd, 2020 | 38 mins 25 secs
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Were the COVID lockdowns a necessary means to help protect the public from an ambiguous public health threat, or were they a vast overreaction that will have devastating ramifications for years to come?
Jeffrey Tucker from AIER argues the latter, stating the lockdowns "are not science," but in fact, "they are brutality" on today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show.
April 24th, 2020 | 35 mins 50 secs
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Two episodes in one week! How about that!?
Your second episode for the week features former Libertarian congressional candidate and current Los Angeles County Libertarian Party Chair, Angela McArdle! Angela has been busy out in LA despite the COVID-19 lockdown, as she is leading "Protest The Lockdown: Los Angeles, CA" on May 1!
Listen as Angela and I discuss the planned protest in LA in response to the COVID-19 lockdown, the opportunity the liberty movement has during the pandemic to educate and inspire people and bring people into the movement, and then wrap things up by discussing the seemingly(?) inevitable Libertarian Party presidential contest: Justin Amash vs. Jacob Hornberger.
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