Anthony Eichberger: The Hypocrisy of Political Correctness and The Radical Left | Penguin Latte Podcast #88

Anthony Eichberger is a gay, millennial, pagan/polytheist, disabled, rural-born, politically independent writer with a focus on American politics and culture war issues. His Medium articles have been read by thousands of readers on some of the most popular political columns on the platform. What I love about Anthony is that when we disagree politically it … Continue reading Anthony Eichberger: The Hypocrisy of Political Correctness and The Radical Left | Penguin Latte Podcast #88

#80: Jake Orthwein – Fantasy Politics, Film, and Nihilism

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Jake Orthwein (@JakeOrthwein) is the creator of Frame Problems, a YouTube video essay channel covering philosophy, politics, art, science, and culture. Jake is currently working on Part 3 of a series titled How Politics Became Pro Wrestling, which explores Eric Weinstein's ideas on American political discourse and economic … Continue reading #80: Jake Orthwein – Fantasy Politics, Film, and Nihilism

The Penguin Latte Podcast #77: Mike Harlow Pisses Off America

Spotify | Apple | Watch on YouTube Mike Harlow is what you'd get if Ben Shapiro and Elle Woods had a baby (his words, not mine). He's a super cool guy who's standing up for everyone's right to standup for themselves. Mike Harlow is an actor, speaker, Social Media "nonfluencer", and master of the Momofuku … Continue reading The Penguin Latte Podcast #77: Mike Harlow Pisses Off America

Against Mandatory Language

To enforce language is to kill everybody's sense of uniqueness. The enforcement of a specific use of language is the enforcement of specific thoughts, behaviors, and attitudes. I must use these words, therefor I must think this way, therefor I must behave this way -- just like everybody else. And if I'm speaking and acting … Continue reading Against Mandatory Language

The Penguin Latte Podcast 74: Transcending Totalitarianism with Daniel de la Fé

Daniel De la Fé is an artist and cohost of the podcast 'Dangerous Rhetoric'. In 2020 he published a book of poetry called "The Manhattan Poems," documenting the borough amidst the lockdowns. In this conversation Daniel and I raise the middle finger to America's infatuation with censorship, vaccine passes, lockdowns, kids books about Fauci, woke, … Continue reading The Penguin Latte Podcast 74: Transcending Totalitarianism with Daniel de la Fé

America is Losing the Oppression Olympics.

If the most harmful and traumatic thing you can think of happening to you is sitting with a doctor who doesn't refer to you by your preferred pronouns, or doesn't call you a 'birthing person,' then consider yourself utterly privileged and blessed not to be living in a country where it's acceptable to throw gay … Continue reading America is Losing the Oppression Olympics.

Dear Left: Can Bias-Free Inclusive Language be Optional, not Mandatory?

Preface Arguing against ideas espoused by the left doesn't mean you're some Ultra-Conservative Ben Shapiro Lib Owning Keyboard Warrior ravaged by a "moral panic over communism." No, it means you're skeptical. I say this not only to reassure myself, but to reassure thousands of others. Why rally against ideas usually associated with love and peace? … Continue reading Dear Left: Can Bias-Free Inclusive Language be Optional, not Mandatory?