Steve talks about the latest TPC Road Trip, the triple-sabotage of his scheduled Raleigh TPC meeting, finally receiving "that" semi-expected-but-still-a-surprise phone call, the latest attacks on civil liberties from the Biden Administration and Big Tech, the Cleveland "Guardians," (huh?), some COVID news, and more!
Steve is rather riled up today. Only after government officials express suspicions about the Wuhan lab's culpability in releasing COVID on the world are We The People granted permission to discuss the topic on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube without threat of penalties and de-platforming. This has ALWAYS been a 1st Amendment fight with these so-called "private" companies. If you don't see it yet, then you are lost to us.
A little bit of this and a little bit of that. Steve takes a look inside the Covid Wayback Machine, digital privacy, inflation, and a quick update of where we are at the beginning of the TPC Road Trip, Spring 2021.
Steve covers everything related to North Carolina's governor fully reopening the state with no mask mandate and no capacity restrictions. He has questions. Lots of them.
We hope you enjoy the first in our series of letters exchanged between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, read by Steve Baker, The Pragmatic Constitutionalist.
TPC's been off the grid for a few days, but comes back with a classic common sense rant covering everything from Fauci's latest remarks to why we're running out of hot dogs.
In this episode Steve goes after Facebook’s fact-checker with a high-capacity magazine after she labels his recent analysis of an NIH-published paper as “Partly False.” Well . . . it wasn’t the analysis that was partly false, or the study itself. It was the fact-checker, who lazily didn’t do her research, and was totally false.
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Ha! Well...or so some say. In this episode I respond to some of the criticism of yesterday's podcast about the Chauvin trial verdict, the possible "State of Washington, D.C.," the new cop shooting in Ohio, a couple other cop stories, including the new US Postal Service "iCop" division, and more coming Vaccine Passport initiatives.