Episode #45 – In this episode Barry Farah breaks down Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility.” DiAngelo insists that if you are born white you are racist. Barry Farah details DiAngelo’s line of thought and its fallacy.
Episode #44 – In this episode, Barry Farah encourages the choice of home based education. A longtime proponent of school choice and co-founder of one of the largest classical charter schools in Colorado, Barry Farah supports parents and guardians in the educational choice they believe is best for their kids. He explains how public schools have degraded through the years and in many cases are no longer teaching accurate history, good math to classical English, and are promoting alternative lifestyles and sexual activity in the classroom. Barry lays out good reasons for educating kids at home and interviews a mom of five who is doing just that.
Episode #42 – In this episode, Barry Farah provides a power-packed summary of Thomas Sowell’s study of the history of slavery. For over thirty years, Thomas Sowell studied slavery and racism worldwide. This episode details slavery’s presence in countries around the world, the enslavement of many races including whites, and reveals the truth about slavery, and racial oppressors, in America.
Episode #41 – In this episode, Barry Farah tells the powerful life story of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Justice Thomas’ story, told in the documentary “Created Equal,” unfolds the story of his rise from an impoverished childhood, to a Marxist ideology in early adulthood, and finally to his transformation through a deep study of the American founding documents. Barry Farah’s telling of this life changing story flies in the face of the left’s brand of racism and its destructive critical race theory.
Episode #40 – In this episode, Barry Farah exposes key scholastic criticisms of the 1619 Project and its author. The angle in this podcast dispelling the lies of this Project is unique and based on historical facts. Key components of the Declaration of Independence are explored and the 1776 Project is presented.
Episode #39 – In this episode, Barry Farah interviews Dr. Ken Finn, a board-certified physician in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine and Pain Management. He is a board member of the International Academy on the Science and Impacts of Cannabis and the author of “Cannabis in Medicine, An Evidence-based Approach.” Barry and Dr. Finn discuss the dangers of pot usage and the short-term and long-term effects of this widely accepted drug.
Episode #32 – In this episode, Barry Farah highlights more ridiculous items happening now. The Chinese government is launching an app that encourages and tracks snitching on those who aren’t obeying the government. Nextdoor is cracking down on what they define as “racism.” For the first time in 70 years, the National Day of Prayer was canceled from meeting at the United States Capitol. A renowned epidemiologist who was nominated for a Noble Peace Prize was banned. And who would have known that ice cream and other dairy products could be racist? Barry Farah explains these crazy and ridiculous items.