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49 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
What the Chauvin Verdict Tells Us About American Sensibilities.
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson addresses the recent Derrick Chauvin conviction and uses it to analyze the current sensibilities of many Americans. For many Americans, this trial was a triumph over white supremacy and racial bias. For Mr. Watson, this understanding of the Chauvin verdict reflects the dereliction of the "I" which he explains in this episode.
81 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Episode 67: Mr. Watson & James Lindsay Take On Critical Race Theory, Wokeness, Politics, & More
In this episode of Pensive Politics with Mr. Watson, Mr. Watson talks with New Discourses editor and world-renowned critical race theory expert James Lindsay. Lindsay has taken a very important cultural role in dismantling the tenets of racially-based ideologies by developing in-depth expertise on the field and its related fields. In this dynamic interview, Lindsay and Watson explore the foundational tenets of social justice and woke-related ideologies. They discuss deconstructionist thinkers like Michel Foucault, philosophers who have influenced modern-day social justice theory (inadvertently or not) like Nietzsche. They also discuss the various critical race theory and woke trappings of collegiate debate, analyzing and debunking ideas like anti-blackness, re-telling time, post-colonialism, and more.
49 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Biden's Infrastructure Takeover; Crowder's Crass Satire; and Gaetz's Demise
In this episode of Pensive Politics with Mr. Watson, Mr. Watson analyzes Biden's infrastructure plan and displays how it is a symbolic takeover of American life. He then analyzes a recent Sesame Street skit done by comedian Stephen Crowder and explains how it is an ineffective use of political satire. He also briefly touches on Matt Gaetz's scandal. Follow Mr. Watson on social media Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChristianWatson/videos Twitter: @OfficialCWatson Facebook: @OfficialCWatson Patreon: Patreon.com/officialcwatson Paypal: OfficialCWatson@gmail.com
71 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
In Conversation with John Lefebvre: On Rights, Responsibilities, and Corporations
In this episode of Pensive Politics with Mr. Watson, Mr. Watson intricately explores various philosophical considerations surrounding duty, the individual, and society with moral philosopher and musician John Lefebvre. Lefebvre, the author of "All's Well - Where Thou Art Earth and Why," outlines a rigorous metaphysical framework by which to evaluate duty and justice within the scope of political society. Mr. Watson engages him in his interview and centers his analysis on a variety of issues pertaining to time, objective reality, and, most importantly, libertarian freedom. Lefebvre and Watson wade through the implications of Lefebvre's iteration of freedom in this pensive discussion,
49 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Andrew Cuomo's Personal Tyranny; Violence Against Asian-Americans? And The Dangers of Government Dependency
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson analyzes what he calls Andrew Cuomo's "personal tyranny." He also examines the conversation surrounding violence against Asian-Americans in the country, asking his audience if the narrative fits with a rational understanding of things. He also analyzes how the Rescue America Act is apart of a process that conspires to deprive Americans of their agency.
49 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Is Women's History Month Necessary? And Addressing Joe Biden's Dangerous Cultural Relativism
In this video, Mr. Watson discusses Women's History Month and voices his objections to how the holiday is presented. He also analyzes Joe Biden's culturally relativistic attitude towards the Uyghurs and the Hong Kong pro-Democracy dissidents. In relation to these two topics, Mr. Watson asks a single question: What guiding principles do we hold ourselves two with culture and moral judgements, and how can we ensure those principles connect us with the Truth? Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: @OfficialCWatson. Discord link: https://discord.gg/X2BXVzesXM
69 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
The Future of The Libertarian Party, On Anti-Racism, And Lockdown Politics with Spike Cohen
On this episode of Pensive Politics with Mr. Watson, Mr. Watson talks with former Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee Spike Cohen about the libertarian party, the ideology of anti-racism, and the inane lockdown politics of the COVID era.
49 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
New Podcast Changes, Gothix Interview Re-Cap, and Fauci's Frivolous Vaccine Advice
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson explains his absence and goes over the various events that have occurred in his budding career recently. He also explains Anthony Fauci's frivolous advice on vaccines. Among the many different assets in Mr. Watson's brand, the "Pensive Politics" podcast is the most visible, but he also has a Youtube channel and an upcoming website. In this episode, he explains how the Pensive stratosphere works and what he's been doing to bolster his image. He also recounts his interview with eminent Youtuber Gothix concerning his experiences with Critical Race Theory. And finally, Mr. Watson brings the pensive fire to cut through Fauci's aimless advice on the issue of vaccinations. Discord link: https://discord.gg/Bf4n5MmwbD Follow Mr. Watson. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @OfficialCWatson
49 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Addressing Impeachment Sham, France Against Wokeism, Lindsey Graham and Political Fraudulence
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson analyzes the current impeachment trial against Donald Trump. He also addresses the French intellectual class's recent salvo against American wokeism, and he examines how Lindsey Graham embodies. political inauthenticity. Starting from first principles, Mr. Watson explains why the impeachment trial is inherently illegitimate as it is based on a false premise. He also examines how America's social justice cultures are being rejected, vivaciously, among the French government and parliament. He draws upon Socratic understandings of the Good to examine Lindsey Graham's existence as a political creature.
49 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
My AWFUL Experience With TikTok Debaters || How To Beat Sophists
Sophistry is en vogue in the modern political conversation. In an era dominated by increasingly emaciated attention spans and clicks, "winning" is valued over finding the truth. Mr. Watson explains his recent experience with this phenomenon. In doing so, he encourages his audience not to despair when up against sophists, or when they get cornered during an argument. He also gives a step-by-step guide on how to counter the exploits of sophists, and when to walk away from arguments without an iota of shame. In doing so, Mr. Watson explains how TikTok, Youtube, and the rise of the "internet intellectual" can bring danger to the pursuit of truth. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Parler, Minds: @OfficialCWatson Donate to Mr. Watson. Paypal: Officialcwatson@gmail.com
40 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
Can The Hollywood Oligopolies Be Toppled? With. Film Director Jeremy Ivy
Hollywood is dominated by partisan idealogues who make it clear to actors, both aspiring and current, their expectations: Obey us, or perish. Mr. Watson chats with a visionary who seeks to change that dynamic. Jeremy Ivy is an independent film writer, producer, director, and actor based out of Alabama. According to his IMDb profile, Ivy is best known for his films "Tangled Web," "The Cowboy Way: Alabama," and "Ultimate Cowboy Showdown." Mr. Watson and Ivy cover topics ranging from films, film culture, music culture, the status of standup comedy, political correctness, and how to convey right-leaning messages to a popular audience through a "narrative" medium. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Minds: @OfficialCWatson Donate to help Mr. Watson with his work. Paypal: OfficialCWatson@gmail.com Jeremy's work can be accessed at the following links: https://twitter.com/thejivy?lang=en https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4821202/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 https://rumble.com/vb6x9v-tangled-web.html
49 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
AOC's Capitol Tale, Proud Boys Terrorist Designation, and Biden's Executive Tyranny
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson examines the recent controversy about Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez's Instagram live account of the riots. He also critiques the Proud Boys terrorist designation and explains the solution to Biden's executive order tyranny.
30 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Scott Baio Interview Recap, and Things to Come
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson recaps his experience interviewing acclaimed actor Scott Baio and informs his audience of things to come for his show. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @OfficialCWatson Donate to Mr. Watson. Paypal: Officialcwatson@gmail.com
53 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Scott Baio In Conversation: Politics, Hollywood, and America's future.
On this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson interviews the widely acclaimed American actor Scott Baio about his experiences in Hollywood and the future of America. They both tackle wide-ranging issues from the perspective of principles and paradigms, rather than political expediency. Mr. Watson explores Baio's influence in a sea of leftism in Hollywood, and asks him to reflect on the state of the culture now compared to the era of some of his most famous appearences, such as Charles in Charge or Chachi on Happy Days, Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: @OfficialCWatson
49 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
Gamestop's Stock Frenzy, The "Great Reset," and Biden's Anti-Life Agenda
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson analyzes the recent Gamestop market frenzy. He also analyzes Joe Biden's "Great Reset" and how that connects with his anti-life agenda. In this age of disorder and chaos, everyone appears to be into a fit of rage. Whether it's redditors protesting against venerable hedgefund wisdom, John Kerry telling oil and gas workers he knows what's best for them, or Biden funding abortions, the country is in need of a pensive attitude. Mr. Watson provides the foundation for that in this edition of Pensive Politics.
39 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
A Progressive and Libertarian Meet. With Marianne Williamson
On this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson reaches across the aisle and chats with former presidential candidate and spiritual author Marianne Williamson about current events. Pensive Politics, as Mr. Watson is want to say, is an experiment in the "philosophy of politics." To philosophize about politics, it's important to have a variety of voices and viewpoints represented in discussion. Following this principle, Mr. Watson and Marianne converse about corporate social responsibility, money in politics, social inequality, and a host of other issues that they approach with fundamentally different paradigms, but a desire to, at their root, see human beings flourish. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: @OfficialCWatson
49 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
What Biden's Decisions Tell Us About The Next Four Years
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson examines the past few days of newly elected President Joe Biden's administration and makes predictions about the next four years. Oftentimes, Presidents set the tone and tenor of their administrations in the first few days of their inaugural address. Biden has done just that, signing 30 sweeping executive orders to legislate on matters related to social justice, climate change, racial issues, and so forth. Mr. Watson explains why Biden is operating under a dangerous paradigm, and how his fiat advances could pose trouble for certain quintesential American principles as his administration persists. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Minds: @OfficialCWatson
49 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Mr. Watson's Fiery Inauguration Day Message: Do Not Be Discouraged
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson encourages his liberty-minded audience not to concern themselves with despair in light of Biden's ascension to power. Many individuals are forecasting doom for America and it's unique conception of freedom as the Biden administration begins governing. Mr. Watson, however, encourages those people to remain cognizant of the power they wield over these siutations. He also analyzes Joe Biden's inauguration speech, along with the readings by Amanda Gorman of her "The Hill We Climb" and of Reverend Silvester Beaman's benediction. He talks about the philosophic principles being conveyed by all three speeches, and how the latter two can disarm analysis and dissent given their ornate presentations. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Minds: @OfficialCWatson
49 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Biden's Concerning Stimulus, Donors in Politics, and the Rittenhouse Question
In this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson analyzes Biden's 1.5 trillion-dollar stimulus, the role of donations in the response to the Capitol Hill riots, and the trouble Kyle Rittenhouse has gotten into lately. Most of the news in America concerns impeachment, which is why Mr. Watson is striving to give philosophically-driven takes about issues that may fly under the radar. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Instagram: @OfficialCWatson Paypal: OfficialCWatson@gmail.com
49 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
On The Question Of Impeachment..Is It Justified?
On this episode of Pensive Politics, Mr. Watson analyzes the impeachment proceedings happening today against President Trump and weighs them against the ideas of proper governance. Whereas many political pundits are discussing the effects today's proceedings will have on electoral politics, and other policy-wonk ideas, Mr. Watson encourages his listeners to look beneath the surface. Every event, he argues, reflects certain ideas and principles. If we understand those ideas and principles, we can better engage with their consequences. It all begins with a question, In Mr. Watson's opinion: Is Impeachment just? The answer lies in this episode of Pensive Politics. Follow Mr. Watson on social media. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Parler, Minds: @OfficialCWatson Donate to Mr. Watson to help him continue his work. Paypal: Officialcwatson@gmail.com
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