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  1. Should America END or INTENSIFY the Drug War? Watch the video
  2. THE DANGER OF FORGIVENESS Watch the video
  3. United Kingdom Crisis | Tommy Robinson and Stefan Molyneux Watch the video
  4. Important! What You Need To Know About The Truth! Watch the video
  5. What Pisses Me Off About The Telford Grooming Scandal Watch the video
  6. Question 1: [2:58] – “My wife and I have been trying for 5 years and have had 4 surgeries, 4 miscarriages and one failed IVF attempt ($50,000 total expense). I'm listening to one of your call-in-shows right now and Stef is having a rant about Westerners having babies. I want a person to raise. I also badly want my wife to be a mother. Adoption is anywhere between $35,000-50,000. I'm at a fork in the road right now ('m 40 years old and she is 37). Do we try to go for adoption?” Question 2: [1:01:08] – “Whenever the idea of marriage or longer-term relationships is discussed among my circles, the saying ‘people change over time’ continually crosses my mind and makes me wonder how people can commit to someone they don't really know. Sure they may know the person today, who they are, what their values are, what they want out of life, goals, ambitions, values, family goals, etc. etc. but acknowledging the idea that people change over time, I'm left kind of puzzled at the prospect of commitment to who that person will be tomorrow, the day after, the year after or ten years down the line. How can you commit to someone 10 years down the line, when not only do you not know who they're going to be by that time, but you don't know who you yourself are going to be?” Question 3: [1:24:08] - “In studying the drug epidemic, I've realized that the black market for drugs for exhibits the same market characteristics of any other commodity market. It's my view that if illicit drugs become prohibitively expensive, their use (i.e. demand) will fall precipitously. To make this case we needn't think it terms of hypotheticals, just look at the way the DEA stopped the quaalude crisis. Our country had a real problem with quaaludes when the drug cost 25 cents a hit in the 70's and early 80's. By investigating and shutting down the supply centers, the price of quaaludes rose to over $250/pill and the number of quaalude addicts (and deaths and injuries) fell to almost zero. We should take a similar approach to the drugs that currently plague our society.” Question 4: [2:37:15] – “I'm a 20-year-old man. When I was but a few days old I was circumcised, too much skin was removed, and the cuts were too deep. As a result I am bound as a man today who can't have sex with a woman or achieve orgasm (severe neurological damage). I feel embarrassed, ashamed, inadequate, violated and angry beyond comprehension. The 14th amendment’s equal protection under the law clause (yes the one the courts used to legalize gay marriage) says I, or any other male should have been protected from genital cutting since females are LEGALLY protected from it. I'd like to bring awareness to what an absolutely pernicious and repulsive practice it is, and how it's personally made me want to end my life. I'd like to finally talk about it anonymously, to try and leave this horrible anger behind.” Your support is essential to Freedomain Radio, which is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by making a one time donation or signing up for a monthly recurring donation at: http://www.freedomainradio.com/donate Listen to the Podcast
  7. AHH! What Pisses Me Off About Idiots Who Tell You Not To Have Children Watch the video
  8. The Rise and Fall of Western Culture | Paul Joseph Watson and Stefan Molyneux Watch the video
  9. Why The U.S. Dollar Will Collapse | Mike Maloney and Stefan Molyneux Watch the video
  10. SHOCKING! Former Feminists Ticking Biological Clock Causes Major Panic! Watch the video
  11. Question 1: [1:54] – “I am a 32-year old woman from Sweden who just started medical studies after completing a PhD in medical sciences. Life is good - however, I know my biological clock is ticking, and I really want kids, but I don't have a partner. Where are the smart, manly guys interested in a smart, family-minder partner? I used not to worry too much thinking I can always be a single mum if by say 35 I'm still single. It would be tough, but I know I could do it. However, after I started listening to FDR, I feel less comfortable about that option. Of course, I want the best for my potential future baby! I think I would be a great mother, but fatherhood is one thing I can't provide. I would love to hear your thoughts and maybe get some advice.” Question 2: [1:12:35] – “In less than 3 decades after the fall of the Soviet Union collectivist ideologies have infiltrated our media, universities, businesses, schools, and government agencies. Growing groups of young people clamor for openly Socialist politicians like Bernie Sanders and clearly leftist policies like universal health care and gun control. So, why resist? Why don't we turn and embrace Communism as a viable way to structure our society if that's what so many people want?” Question 3: [2:00:14] – “I recently listened to a podcast on anti-natalism. And needless to say it left me churning for the last few days. The pro-anti-natalist made the point that due to the vast amount of suffering in the world verses the sparse amount of pleasure/good that if we were to look at things from the perspective of the as yet to exist child that the said child would obviously choose nonexistence. I can almost understand this proposition but find myself in the end disagreeing with it. Now this brings up a few conundrums for me. Firstly in order to have any opinion/perspective a thing would have to exist in some form, so then wouldn't a person be causing undo suffering by consciously denying that hypothetical child the opportunity to experience whether it is full of pain or not. It seems to me that this is almost a case of the grass is always greener on the other side wherein from a materialist perspective (I'm not exactly a certifiable materialist) there is no such thing as nothingness outside of the human mind. Even in quantum mechanics a seemingly empty space has the potential to spontaneously produce little bits and pieces. So how in the real world would we have any concept on whether nothingness would be better than even the most painful experiences?” Question 4: [2:23:20] – “How do you help a world (or someone) that believes it doesn't need your help? How do you save someone heading for the cliffs singing "I believe I can fly!"? I used to believe in the principle of non-involvement and only giving advices when the person/ the world asks for it. What if the price of the mistake about too be made is too great? A personal version of these questions have arisen in my personal life; my brother is planning to get married and I believe it to be a common case of the son repeating the mistake of the father.” Your support is essential to Freedomain Radio, which is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by making a one time donation or signing up for a monthly recurring donation at: http://www.freedomainradio.com/donate Listen to the Podcast
  12. Thought Criminal | Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux Watch the video
  13. Banned From The United Kingdom | Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner Watch the video
  14. The Neuroscience of Intelligence | Richard Haier and Stefan Molyneux Watch the video
  15. Peaceful Parenting Explained Watch the video

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