A moment of Twin Peaks: The Return (2017) helps me make a point. Maybe.
Paul Jacob joins Timothy Virkkala to make sense of the late stage of Death Race 2020.
Audio version of this episode of This Week in Common Sense is available from podcatchers such as Apple's, Google's, Pocket Cast, and Stitcher, and hosted on SoundCloud. See ThisIsCommonSense.org for Paul Jacob's daily commentary, for links to this program.
A Special Clickbait Edition of the LocoFoco Netcast, in which Lee Waaks joins Timo Virkkala to probe Rocco Lucente's diet-and-health adventure.
Yes, it is possible to do something positive during the lockdowns.
As with every episode of the podcast, you can find it in audio form via most major podcatchers, and on SoundCloud at LocoFoco.net:
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And stay healthy. Or get healthy a.s.a.p. For who knows what is coming in 2021 -- or even these last days of 2020.
This episode was recorded on 12/14/2020.
The week's biggest stories, from Seattle's soft-on-theft socialism to our planet's biggest Maybe Benefactors: the Galactic Federation.
Needed Theft —
Prognosis: Negative —
Mainstream Disinformation —
Democrats' Shadow Play —
Why We Still Live —
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Paul Jacob on the "Signs o' the Times'!
Discussed are these articles:
MAYBE NEXT YEAR — https://thisiscommonsense.org/2020/12/07/maybe-next-year/
WOLVES, CHECKS, BALANCES — https://thisiscommonsense.org/2020/12/08/wolves-checks-balances/
CANCEL FREEDOM — https://thisiscommonsense.org/2020/12/09/cancel-freedom/
TWO CONSPIRACIES UNEARTHED — https://thisiscommonsense.org/2020/12/10/two-conspiracies-unearthed/
But don't miss it!
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Herbert Spencer and Timothy Wirkman Virkkala's pre-election take on election fraud.
In this episode of the LocoFoco Netcast, Lee Waaks interrogates anthropologist Philip Carl Salzman, Professor Emeritus at McGill University, about the nature of feminism in the present day.
Host Timothy Virkkala joins in the discussion as we begin the second season of the series.
The audio podcast version can be found at LocoFoco.net (https://soundcloud.com/locofoco-net/why-are-there-feminists) and the community at LocoFoco.Locals.com.
Paul Jacob covers the big stories of the first full post-election-day week, 2020.
It's not so bad as you might think.
See ThisIsCommonSense.org for more.
In this episode we talk to a man who defended his community from drive-by arsonists who may or may not have been antifa or BLM, during the wildfires in Oregon early in September, 2020.
initial commentary on the subject on September 10th:
Anthony Comegna returns to explore the wider history of the Loco-Foco!
In this, the 20th episode of the LocoFoco Netcast, Lee Waaks talks with criminologist Brendan Dooley about the links between crime and poverty -- and much, much more.
Contact the team at LocoFoco.us or LocoFoco.locals.com.
Paul Jacob covers the big stories this week, as major media takes multiple DESERVED hits, and as corruption gets its just rewards, and Paul finds a silver lining to the mandatory mask nonsense.
Paul Jacob writes a column five days a week at ThisIsCommonSense.org. This podcast covers the last week of July 2020.
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Let's call Robert Wicks our Facebook Sensei and listen to what he says about the world-shaking aspects of increased communications through social media and other modern technologies. Gutenberg, Bell, Marconi? Move over. The world is rushing towards peace.
The podcast is available via Apple, Google, Pocket Cast, and Spotify podcatchers, or as hosted on LocoFoco.net:
For this episode of the LocoFoco Netcast, co-hosts Timo Virkkala and Lee Waaks query Rocco Lucente and Olof Af Yggdrasil about the nature of the pandemic and its panicky, political reactions.
The podcast, as always, can be found on LocoFoco.net, and with podcatchers such as Apple's, Google's, Pocket Cast, and Spotify.
The full video is available on independent platforms BitChute and Brighteon, at BitChute.com/locofoco and Brighteon.com/channels/wirkman/ as well as in pieces on YouTube (eventually). The community can be reached at LocoFoco.us and LocoFoco.locals.com. Social media representation is @wirkman on Gab and other platforms.
Philosopher Jan Lester explains why seeking a foundation or justification for liberty is a trap.
Books. Lots of books. Comics. Philosophy. History. UFOs!
The podcast of this episode can be found at LocoFoco.net, or on podcatchers from Apple, Google, and Spotify.
There is no need to take sides between deontological and consequentialist ethics approaches.
Philosopher Jan Lester explains the points he made in his essay "The Three Great Errors Most Libertarians Make," starting with the very basic issue, of epistemology and Critical Rationalism, which he defends in this first part of a four-part video series.
Created 5 years ago.
Category News & Politics
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