George Soros-backed DA Charges Couple with ‘Hate Crime’ for Painting Over ‘Black Lives Matter’
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Contra Costa County, California, District Attorney Diana Becton, who was backed by left-wing billionaire George Soros in…

Green New Deal, Healthcare for Illegals: Soros-Funded Groups Push Dems to Use Virus to Achieve Progressive Wish List
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A coalition of progressive groups, many funded by billionaire George Soros, is sponsoring a “People’s Bailout” community organizing…

Coronavirus: China’s Global Intimidation Campaign
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The European Union has caved in to pressure from China…

The WHO Director’s Long History of Cover-Ups
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The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, is facing…


Does The Coronavirus Make The Case For World Government?
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Sometimes terrible things happen without any human malfeasance, and the novel Wuhan coronavirus may in fact be one of those things. It is…

Alan Dershowitz: George Soros Asked Barack Obama to Investigate Undisclosed Person
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Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Breitbart News Sunday this weekend that billionaire left-wing financier George Soros told…

Pete Buttigieg’s Father Was a Marxist Professor Who Lauded The Communist Manifesto
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The father of Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg was a Marxist professor who spoke fondly of the Communist Manifesto…

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Featuring James Lindsay, & Michael O'Fallon

In our final discussion of the Changing Tides video series, Michael O’Fallon and James Lindsay discuss the alchemic properties of Hegel’s understanding of science. His view of science isn’t what most of us consider science. Hegel’s view of science is self-referential, more like a “theoretical lens” (or eisegesis) than a skeptical and empirical inquiry into the nature of reality. In other words, for Hegel and his ideological descendants, Theory comes first and evidence after.

Though it seems removed from the ideas of today, Hegel’s view of science inspired other “scientific” views down through the modern era, most importantly that of Karl Marx. Marx believed he had a Science of History in his Wissenschaftlicher Sozialismus, “scientific socialism.” He couldn’t have…



The paradox of libertarian opposition to utilitarianism is that when we resist the temptation to regulate people into pursuing happiness for a quick fix, over the long term, the market maximizes utility.
Berg / Sep 27
It is unconstitutional for the courts to allow a government infringement on any right of the individual on the grounds that no express prohibition of that act can be found in the Constitution.
Berg / Sep 25
In today’s episode, Michael O’Fallon delves into the ideology behind the creation of the border crisis and mass, unvetted, unchecked immigration.
/ Sep 24
Today’s Public Occurrences will provide a broad overview of the Soros Network as we explore the “what” behind Soros’s “why.”
/ Sep 23
From the perspective of Iran's mullahs, Biden's desperate efforts to resurrect the nuclear deal manifested his weak leadership and therefore a delectable opportunity for Tehran to buy time, get more concessions, advance its nuclear program and become a nuclear state.
Berg / Sep 26
When it comes to multi-culturalism, it appears that levelling the landscape to accommodate such traditions can be a useful device in the minds of those who would advocate diversity, even if they sow the seeds of division.
Berg / Sep 24
We shall soon be back in the real world in which political figures are judged by what they do; not who they are in ethnocentric terms.
Berg / Sep 23
The Biden Administration is on track to stiff our desperate working class.
Berg / Sep 22


Encroaching Darkness
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In the previous episode of Sovereign Nations’s Changing Tides, The Seeds of Collectivism, James Lindsay, Stephen Hicks and Michael O’Fallon began with the metaphysical collectivist thought of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. They then examined Hegel and Kant,…

Who Are The Real Radicals?
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In Search of “Christian Nationalism”

Especially since the events of January 6, “Christian nationalism” has become all the rage among the chattering classes, promising to join such hallowed terms as “white nationalism,” “alt-right,”…

Seeds of Collectivism
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When you listen to the moral language and rhetoric of our culture today, you less often hear appeals to “personal responsibility” and “rugged individualism” — and more often claims of “privileges,” “disparities” and “oppression.” This latter set of ideas,…

Motte and Bailey
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Over the past several months, as the general public has become more aware of the dangers of critical race theory (CRT), proponents of CRT have pulled back from strong positions that they have maintained over the past…


A Generation is Lost and Our Faith and Nation are in Peril
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Although 61% of Millennials claim to be Christian, only 2% of that 61% hold to a Biblical Christian worldview. 

The Progressive Shift of the Evangelical Church
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A progressive culture has developed within the Evangelical Church where only certain conclusions are allowed, and social grievances are placed above objective truth. This particular approach to the faith has proceeded from a radical political agenda that…

The Trap of the Thucydides Trap | The Causes of Things Ep. 24
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In the world of international politics, much has been made of the concept called the Thucydides Trap. Thucydides’s Trap postulates that catastrophic war is a forgone conclusion when there is a new power rising that threatens the domination of…



Hegel’s Alchemy of Science
In our final discussion of the Changing Tides video series, Michael O’Fallon and James Lindsay
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Encroaching Darkness
As the team begins Encroaching Darkness, Dr. Hicks brings the conversation from Marx and into
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