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School Sucks
Indoctrination + Regurgitation + Graduation ≠ An Education
Category: Education
Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
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My name is Brett and I have worked in education for the last ten years, in a variety of capacities. I am currently the Vice Pre...


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April 24, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
Thad and Brett are excited to announce Renegade University and School Sucks Project Present "A Weekend With Thaddeus Russell" Happening this August in historic and tragic Salem, MA! Get Tickets: thaddeusrussell.com/courses/weekend SCHEDULE Friday, August 4th (multiple locations, Salem) 4:30pm - VIP Happy Hour 5:30pm - VIP Walking Tour: Salem's Renegade History 8:00pm - VIP Dinner with Thaddeus and Brett Saturday, August 5th (Hawthorne Hotel, Salem) 9:00am - coffee, meet and greet 10:00am - Renegade Views On Current Events, Discussion (Session one) 12:00pm - Lunch and Downtown Exploration 1:30pm - Renegade Views On Current Events, Discussion (Session two) 3:30pm - Afternoon break and Downtown Exploration 4:30pm - Renegade Views On Current Events (Session three) 7:00pm - Experience Salem's Not-So-Puritan Nightlife Sunday, August 6th (venue TBA) 10:30am - Blood and Freedom Discussion (Session One) 12:00pm - Lunch and Exploration 1:30pm - Blood and Freedom Discussion (Session two) 4:00pm - School Sucks Live Show, Speed Debates With Thaddeus TICKET OPTIONS $199 General Attendance (August 5 & 6) All Saturday and Sunday Events: Your chance to participate in a lively discussion about current and controversial topics in the news, plus an exclusive look into the increasingly relevant themes of Thad's upcoming book, Blood and Freedom. Stick around for a live recording of an episode of School Sucks Podcast. You will also receive a 20% discount on Renegade University's first online course. (40 tickets) $299 VIP (August 4, 5 & 6) Full access to Saturday and Sunday Events PLUS an intimate almost to the point of inappropriate extra night (Friday) including drinks and dinner with Thaddeus and Brett, and a guided walking tour of historic Salem. You will also receive a 50% discount on Renegade University's first online course. (12 tickets) $69 Blood and Freedom (August 6) Join us Sunday for the Blood and Freedom portion of the event (approximately 3 hours). Bring your copy of A Renegade History of the United States and get it signed. (30 tickets)
April 21, 2017 08:43 PM PDT
Brian Sovryn and Stephanie Murphy welcome Brett to their studio for the final chapter in this series of our frequently requested long-form discussions (-THON). This time, we attempted to have a constructive and compassionate conversation (EMPATH-) about many of the issues I explored in the SPEED AND POLITICS series, even though we have many opposing political, philosophical and cultural views. In the end, it worked out. Today we continue our reflections on the series, talk about recent events and answer some listener questions. Bumper Music: "Street Fighting Man" Motley Crue "Street Fighting Man" John Mellencamp Look Closer: Sex and Science Hour - https://sexandsciencehour.com Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Brian's Site: ZOG.ninja - https://zog.ninja

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April 19, 2017 12:30 PM PDT
Jeff Deist is the president of the Mises Institute. The institute is dedicated to teaching and research in the Austrian school of economics, and individual freedom, honest history, and international peace. It also hosts the annual Mises University event - a one-week crash course in Austrian Economics. Since we have devoted a lot content recently to exploring the behavior of college students and how they got there, we thought it would be useful to get Jeff's thoughts about the toxic culture overtaking higher ed and to discuss how free-minded students can defend themselves from it. Our conversation is build around two of Jeff's talks that book-ended the 2016 Presidential Campaign: PC is Control, not Etiquette | Jeff Deist (October 2015) Libertarian, Heal Thyself | Jeff Deist (February 2017)

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April 17, 2017 05:40 AM PDT
My first conversation with Jay Dyer - author of Esoteric Hollywood and host of Jay's Analysis. Hour One (Free): - how SSP helped Jay Dyer - shape-shifters? - comparing notes on the social engineers who influenced the schools - behaviorism projects in 1960s public schools - outcomes-based education - freedom from the individual up - disagreements about the libertarian philosophy Hour Two (Premium, Available HERE): - disagreements about the libertarian philosophy (continued) - the emergence of a voluntary world? - ways to talk parents out of public school - elite universities - educational entrepreneurship - Getting Things Done - much more...

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April 12, 2017 08:37 PM PDT
Brian Sovryn and Stephanie Murphy return to the School Sucks studio for another one of our frequently requested long-form discussions (-THON). This time, we attempt to have a constructive and compassionate conversation (EMPATH-) about many of the issues I explored in the SPEED AND POLITICS series, even though we have many opposing political, philosophical and cultural views. DISCUSSION: - The liberty movement has changed - picking sides - social media vs. real life - the allure of conflict - Brett vs. SJWs on Facebook - privilege revisited - Brian vs. Tom Woods: reaching out to the left - porn problems - the nuclear family and marriage - luxuries of western civilization? Look Closer: Sex and Science Hour - https://sexandsciencehour.com Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Brian's Site: ZOG.ninja - https://zog.ninja

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Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Support Us On Patreon Shop With Us At Amazon Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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April 07, 2017 08:30 AM PDT
What a week! On Wednesday just after the stroke of midnight, Tom Woods and I sat down in a hotel room overlooking the Yale campus to discuss his new book Sane Space and a variety of other topics. Included: - Our positive experiences at the Yale Political Union meeting - The current state of higher education - There is no finish line for social justice warriors - What can libertarians learn the modern left? - Debating the usefulness of engaging the left (referencing Tom's email that i read in episode #461) - Productivity: how does Tom get so much done? - Workaholism Tom's Sites: TomWoods.com happyearner.com Sane Space Related Shows: [SUPPLEMENTAL] #459: SCAMWATCH! With Tom Woods [SUPPLEMENTAL] #323: Brett On The Tom Woods Show – Schooling vs. Education [PODCAST] #192: Tom Woods – Liberty Classroom [PODCAST] #461: SPEED AND POLITICS (Part One) – Rules For Radicals

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April 03, 2017 10:15 AM PDT
[CAMPUS CORRESPONDENTS #2] Sam Wolf is a freshman studying Political Science at Vanderbilt University. Soon he will serve as the president of the Vanderbilt College Republicans. Today we'll talk about what he's being taught... In this correspondence we discuss: - Capitalism and Neo-Liberalism: capitalism is slavery and genocide? - The dangers of apathetic students - The culture of Vanderbilt outside the classroom - Professor Carol Swain controversy - Classes canceled for Trump trauma: what's the message there? - Outrage theater - Social capital: a minority of students sets the tone for campus life - The silent majority of Vanderbilt - The philosophy behind social justice warring - gun in the room Related Shows: [PODCAST] #463: SPEED AND POLITICS (Interlude – “Violence Is Lurking” – The Tragedy of Jordan Peterson) [PODCAST] #464: SPEED AND POLITICS (Interlude – “A Discussion Is Beginning” – The Opportunity At University of Toronto)

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March 30, 2017 07:37 AM PDT
(MASTERCLASS #9) On March 25th, the Podcastmasters reconvened at Osborne's "Deplorabar and Cinema" to discuss the recently deceased Chuck Barris. Chuck Barris was a television producer in the 1960s (The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game) and the host of The Gong Show in the 1970s. In the mid-1980s, Barris wrote a book called Confessions of A Dangerous Mind in which he claimed he had also worked for the CIA. Barris described his role as an assassin, but is the truth even stranger? Podcastmasters is an infrequent summit where we discuss our recent shows, current events, historical investigations, movie goings etc... Discussed In This MasterClass: - The CIA has an entertainment division? - Why did Confessions of A Dangerous Mind even become a movie? - George Clooney's CIA movies - The Gong Show - Oliver Stone, disinformation - CIA at CBS - Operation Mockingbird - Project Acoustic Kitty - be suspicious of Clooney; lies about the movie - Omissions in Confessions of A Dangerous Mind: the movie compared to the book compared to reality - Gard's script writing experience - predictive programming - CIA at Hollywood parties - Chuck Barris had some interesting connections - Laurel Canyon and the CIA - Was Barris an assassin, or did he have another mission? Look Closer: Liberty Conspiracy - http://libertyconspiracy.com/ Puke and the Gang - http://pukeandthegang.com/ Related Shows: [PODCAST] #399: Podcastmasters’ Liberty Masterclass – James Bond, Social Injustice Warrior?

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March 23, 2017 06:44 AM PDT
Historian and Professor Thaddeus Russell returns for a three-part discussion about problems in academia and the challenges facing this generation of college students. What's new? Thaddeus has launched the first phase of his Renegade University. Listener Questions We Address: Peter M. - Is intellectual conformism among academics a purely academic problem, or does it extend into other social/intellectual spheres? How do we actively combat it, and what does he plan to do to make sure that the same problem doesn't evolve at Renegade? Phillip F. - Great question. Maybe Renegade (and other universities) can somehow incentivize intellectual diversity? Patrick E. - I'd be interested in his thoughts on accreditation or some equivalent in a post university future. David G. - This is a point Jordan Peterson has been bringing up in interviews and other public appearances for the past few months: now that the universities have lost sight of their authentic mission, it may be that the "true university" - to the extent that such a thing exists today - lives on the internet, and it is only a matter of time before some clever entrepreneur cracks the code of building a new and better credential. This is exactly what Zak Slayback appears to be attempting, as discussed on episode #454, but with an eye more toward career-building as opposed to real education. Peterson seems to think it's a matter of designing the right kind of exam - something akin maybe to the bar but measures a more broad knowledge base than just law - that an individual would be able to leverage in the marketplace upon passing. I'd be interested to hear Thad's thoughts on this. Does he have a game plan for building a better credential? What does it look like? Phillip F. - If you weren't a writer/academic, what would you be doing? Leah H. - Has he heard of Praxis? What's his take on their apprenticeship model? Other Topics and Tangents: - Remembering the OJ Simpson trial - government is a monopoly of violence and Marxists don't mind - merging one's identity with America and with the government - the pervasiveness of intellectual conformism - Thad isn't overwhelmed or discouraged by the current condition of alternative media - Harvard's fake news list - what is the neo-liberal university the left is talking about? - there's a surplus of Ph.Ds - the accreditation mafia; how it works - Can Betsy De Vos help Renegade University? - what are the forces protecting the intellectual monopoly in academia? Look Closer: Thaddeus Russell's Site - www.thaddeusrussell.com Previous School Sucks Show With Thaddeus Russell - http://schoolsucksproject.com/category/podcast/a-renegade-history-course-with-thaddeus-russell/ A new way to incentivize the production of educational content.

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March 20, 2017 06:38 AM PDT
David DeLugas has 35 years of experience practicing family law. During that time he has observed some disturbing trends in state intrusions into the parent-child relationship. Today he serves as Executive Director and General Counsel for the National Association of Parents, a 501(c)(3) member charitable association. David DeLugas and I discuss: the problems created by divorce + family court - school attendance: how schools create criminals out of parents - is there an anti-family ideology at work? - CPS intrusions - the public's assumption of benevolence when it comes to bureaucracies - zero tolerance - Lenore Skenazy and free-range kids - helicopter parenting enforced by law - the long-term costs of over-parenting by government From ParentsUSA.org: The Voice for Parents in the USA. Relying only on the U.S. Constitution, the National Association of Parents preserves and supports the parent-child relationship and the right of parents to raise their own child as they see fit, so long as the child is not harmed through strategic litigation and through education and lobbying to shape public policy. As our membership grows, so, too, will our economic clout and ability to support parents and children fighting and coping with serious medical issues, to fund child abuse prevention and children’s medical research, particularly the rare illnesses and diseases that are severely underfunded, and to secure benefits and discounts for our member parents. How to Join - https://www.parentsusa.org/join/ Related Shows: [PODCAST] #190: Lenore Skenazy – Free Range Kids [PODCAST] #380: Visible Children (with Laurette Lynn) [SUPPLEMENTAL] #372: Real Learning vs. Getting Schooled – with Kevin Geary and Darrell Becker

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