by Cathy L.Z. Smith
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
This week, the inside of my head is about as organized as a rerun clip-show. I have so many topics I want to discuss, and so many of them bleed into one another, so I’m having trouble knowing exactly where to start. In lieu of my messy meanderings, this time around let me share with you some of the weird places I go for news, inspiration, and relaxation.
• Carl Benjamin I’m a fan of this classical liberal. Carl’s older videos are more raw and less polished than that Lotus Eaters productions, and typically feature only Carl with an occasional guest or fellow gamer. Carl often presents American news with all the derision it so richly deserves. The Lotus Eaters has YouTube clips, but also includes three tiers of premium channels described here: https://www.lotuseaters.com/premium
• Sargon of Akkad: https://www.youtube.com/c/SargonofAkkad
• Podcast of the Lotus Eaters: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnw5I-wliudW8YO1vr5O4IQ
• JP Sears Irreverent, freedom oriented, and very funny.
• Awaken with JP: https://www.youtube.com/user/AwakenWithJP
• I don’t know Grace’s real name (the BBC in something of a hit piece claims Grace Elizabeth). Be that as it may, her videos are rational, reasoned, and very nicely produced.
• REALLYGRACEFUL: https://www.youtube.com/c/reallygraceful
• Russell Brand I’ve only recently began listening to Russell Brand’s channel. I don’t agree with him about everything (Whoa! Who’d have thought!), but lately he’s been on several rants I can appreciate.
• Fox Nation I bought this subscription for Neil. There is a lot of interesting content here, but so far I’ve mainly been exploring the Tucker Carlson Today interviews and feel I’m getting my money’s worth from him.
• Blues Lounge
• Linkin Park
• The HU
• My Music Channel (from 2021)
I try not to miss Greg Gutfeld. He’s rude to Cat Timpf, apparently adored by Tyrus (George Murdoch), and all of the snarky that America needs right now. He also has interesting guests.
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