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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jun 23

OnlySubs Episode 127: Don’t Contradict Grandma! is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members I recently had a pretty funny encounter at the Turning Point USA Pastor’s Summit that I think is worth sharing with you all because it makes an important point about the Woke. Saving the story for the podcast, the point it makes is that a common Woke technique is to blur away the relevant context and attempt to leverage a universal principle out of a contextual one. “Care about others’ feelings!” gets weaponized through the

OnlySubs Episode 127: Don’t Contradict Grandma! is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members I recently had a pretty funny encounter at the Turning Point USA Pastor’s Summit that I think is worth sharing with you all because it makes an important point about the Woke. Saving the story


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jun 23

OnlySubs Episode 126: The Stage-Two Cancer Problem is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members There’s a common form of corruption in business and politics that I have been calling “the stage-two cancer problem” for a few years now. The general idea is simple: a corrupt oncologist stands to make a lot of money off a cancer patient if he can keep the cancer at stage two. Politicians do this all the time as well, though. They keep a societal problem or issue going rather than trying to solve

OnlySubs Episode 126: The Stage-Two Cancer Problem is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members There’s a common form of corruption in business and politics that I have been calling “the stage-two cancer problem” for a few years now. The general idea is simple: a corrupt oncologist stands to


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