The guest on this episode is advocate and free thinker Mark Oppenheimer. Jonathan and Roman chat to Mark about his recent encounter at Think!Fest in Grahamstown, in which he was silenced and denied his freedom to speak because of his race and purported family background. This attack on free speech is highlighted further in discussion around the deplatforming of Flemming Rose at UCT, the furore over Zapiro cartoons, and the reaction to various paintings of political actors and their genitalia. Mark unpacks the specifics of speech protected by the Constitution and the interpretation thereof, especially in light of the concepts of hate speech versus hurtful speech.

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Roman and Jonathan host businessman, opinionista and all round maverick, Rich Mulholland. The conversation is broad and touches on everything from why you should masturbate several times a day, to whether businesses can discriminate against people with whom they disagree, and if there is a line on free speech. There’s extensive banter about the value of democracy, the qualifications of leaders, and the current state of capitalism, amongst others. The discussion is fast-paced, passionate and highly thought-provoking!

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Roman and Jonathan speak to recovering adman Justin McCarthy. With election campaigning well underway, Justin gives his insights into the quality of marketing of each major political party – both past and present. They explore the meaning and lack thereof of many voting slogans presented to the public worldwide. The discussion also focuses on the issues with polling and market research with regards to election outcomes, a process which often seems to be very prone to getting it wrong.

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Roman and Jonathan speak to South African-born, UK-based writer and editor Candice Holdsworth. Roman raises the myth of the gender wage gap and Jonathan ponders society’s aversion to the differences between the sexes. The discussion also focuses on third wave feminism, rape culture and more…

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Roman and Jonathan host well-known evolutionary psychologist and academic Gad Saad. The Gadfather talks about his motivations for attacking the current wave of so-called ‘social justice’ and political correctness. Topics of discussion include the left in all their regressive glory, Justin Trudeau as the ultimate SJW Prime Minster, and the hugely popular Islamophobia industry…

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Roman and Jonathan look back on another entertaining month of social justice and weekly hysteria. There’s plenty to be said about Brexit, and the Orlando shooting. On the South African front, the guys discuss Zuma’s woes, the Tshwane unrest and much more…

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Jonathan and Roman get Gareth van Onselen’s opinions on how the DA stands, where they are going, and what the consequences of the upcoming elections might be. They discuss potential coalitions with the EFF and what, if anything, can be made from recent polls predicting a large decline in support for the ANC. The hosts probe Gareth on his views with regards to a few ongoing racist incidents making news, and the issues around policing speech as well as the unconstitutionality of the equality court. There’s some fun banter about Trump and Brexit and Gareth gives insight into the ongoing concern of political assassinations in South Africa.

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Roman and Jonathan host well-known political commentator and author Moeletsi Mbeki. The discussion is focused around Mr Mbeki’s new book, A Manifesto For Social Change. The book uses official statistics to destroy the notion of racial segregation in the country, while proposing the existence of a class system based on economics rather than skin colour. They discuss the relationship between political parties and their voters, the awakening of the lower and underclasses to corruption and cronyism, and the ANC’s sense of entitlement…

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This week our guest is the well-known executive director of the Free Market Foundation, Leon Louw. Jonathan and Roman probe Leon’s Marxist beginnings, his conversion to a free market capitalist, and his involvement in drafting the property rights of our Constitution…

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Roman and Jonathan look back at the month of social justice hysteria around Zapiro, online racism and Ghostbusters. They discuss the Left’s obsession with destroying the lives and careers of people with whom they disagree. There’s some laughs to be had at the expense of RMF, fill-in radio DJs, and butter bean eating part-time journalists. There’s even a book review, and the guys mention upcoming guests and ask for your feedback.

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