This Made Me Feel So OLD

This Made Me Feel So OLD

Something happened to me last week that made me feel old.

Okay... a few things.

For one, I turned 30.

That number might make many of you laugh. You'd maybe kill to be turning 30. I truly understand.

To others, maybe not as much.

One other thing that happened to me: my oldest kid started school.

Another thing that happened to me: I did another interview with a bright young talent that I've had the pleasure of collaborating with a few times now.

My friend Louis runs a great show called "Truth Over Comfort" where he interviews many faces that you all might find familiar: Kelley Vlahos, Matthew Hoh, and James Corbett, among others.

It made me feel old because I remember six years ago now when I started doing Liberty Weekly. I was a 24-year-old law student. I think Louis is even younger than that.

A still of me from my first video, November 2017

Anyways, there are many more years ahead of me than there are behind me.

Louis gives me a long leash to talk and talk. I appreciate that. This is probably the most detailed interview I've given on the Oppenheimer documentary. I think you'll enjoy it.

While you're at it, subscribe to Louis' show, Truth Over Comfort.

Notes in the Margin

The Labor Day Membership Sale has officially concluded. We raised $285 of our $500 goal. Even though we didn't hit the goal, this is a huge start!

A big thanks to all free subscribers for being part of this community. Special thanks to all Supporting Members:

Jessie, Andreas, Jan, Kyle, Virginia, Jack, G. Cross, Becky, Klohi, Tom, Lee, Scott, Troy, Drew, Nic, Melony, Ann, Zygodactyl, Connor, David, Thijs, and Philip.

If you still want to help us reach that $500 mark, you can still become a supporting member at the regular $55/year rate, or for $5/month.

All Supporting Members get early access to episodes of Vital Dissent, special bonus episodes, behind the scenes, and will be thanked in the credit roll of "The Truth About Oppenheimer Part II."

New Supporting Members will also get access to the archives of bonus content found in the header menu at—this includes an advance copy of the first 4 minutes of the script.

Thanks again everyone.