1) The most important lecture on this page. How the existence of information and DNA absolutely require a Creator. Simple, logical terms, entertaining. A must-share video.
2) “What should the law forbid?” A lecture by distinguished conservative philosopher Roger Scruton.
3) An amazing lecture about how feminism, usury, and perpetual debt are eroding our middle class (by Elizabeth Warren, Harvard law professor, assistant to the President, and special advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau)
4) How secular humanism destroys human value, a lecture by Wesley J. Smith, prolific author and Discovery Institute fellow.
5) Production and the Firm, a lecture about the fundamental (yet largely unrecognized) principles of capitalism. Mises Institute, incredibly informative and entertaining.
6) Three ex terrorists speak out, a chilling yet hopeful look at the lives of three Islamic terrorists turned Christian evangelists. Warning: some disturbing material, but essential cultural information.
7) The five biggest lies about big business. A lecture by a Michael Medved about the absurdities of modern American economics. Very entertaining.
8) The impact of Darwinian evolution upon modern judicial processes. This lecture examines the legal philosophies which have stripped Americans of their rights in the Constitution, and explains the dangerous nature of legal positivism.
9) Major scientific errors in the presentation of climate change, and excellent information about how our university reasearch is funded. Destroys faith in an apolitical, corruption free scientific community.
10) The statistical improbability of human life as evidence of our Creator. Essential, cutting edge scientific information about our planet, our universe, and the great beyond.
11) The greatest sermons I’ve ever seen regarding the purpose of human existence, delivered by Paul Washer. A modern prophet.