P. Gardner Goldsmith
Writer, Television Scriptwriter, Lecturer
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Gardner Goldsmith is a television scriptwriter, journalist, syndicated radio host, and lecturer in political-economics. He has spent time in the script departments of “The Outer Limits” and “Star Trek: Voyager”, and, in addition to his debut novella, “Bite” (selected by Ginger Nuts of Horror as one of the best novellas of 2013), and follow-ups, “Fishing” and “Wall”, his prose and poetry have been published in the US and UK. His fiction is available via Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and through local bookstores, so feel free to dive in! 

Goldsmith’s 2007 non-fiction book, “Live Free or Die”, was selected by the Freedom Book Club as a Book of the Month, and his articles on political economics have appeared in the US and UK in such publications and on such websites as Human Events, TechCentralStation, Naked, The Freeman (A Publication of the Foundation for Economic Education), Mises Daily, Investor’s Business Daily, The NH Union Leader, and MRCTV.

He is also a teacher of political-economics and philosophy at various schools in New Hampshire. His SUBSTACK? This link: Substack is HERE. Check it out!

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Americans with memories that last longer than a TikTok post might recall some important milestones in the circus-like history of political fearmongering and self-congratulations over COVID19. If they think back to July, and they may have read my piece about it, they’ll recall that the St. Louis Fed reported  that 75 percent of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans never reached the “…
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Fox News’ Landon Milon reports that a federal District Judge reinstated an Obama edict on Friday that will halt most current coal mining on federal lands until federal bureaucrats grant “permission.” This closes the window on freer activity former President Donald Trump allowed when he revoked the Obama ban, and now puts in jeopardy nearly half of the US coal production index. And, of course,…
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The topic of “gender confusion” is becoming increasingly confusing. And Liz Warren’s latest leap of imagination might be a perfect example. In the olden days, the Democrat Senator from Massachusetts merely identified as an American Indian, doing so at opportune times in her life that one could, maybe, possibly, interpret as underhanded tactics to take advantage of race-based preferential…
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https://rumble.com/v1glzz7-scottish-government-cuts-14m-trees-to-make-room-for-windfarms.html   In Scotland, a catastrophe is playing out, right now, and has been for years, visible and quantifiable, in the form of Scottish forests being sacrificed by the Climate Cult. David Bol reports for The Herald of Scotland that the Scottish government expects to generate 100 percent of its…
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    MRCTV readers likely are aware that we, along with a disturbingly small number of other groups, covered and wrote follow-ups on the intense battle over the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its wildly unconstitutional and immoral claim to tell landlords that they could not evict renters who didn’t pay. As I wrote in March of 2021, the Trump CDC sparked the…
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Similar to horror tales of vampires -- preying on victims year after year, century after century -- government parasitism, once started, never seems to end. Case in point, the 1971-born, Nixon-fathered, Amtrak, which, itself, came after the weakening of passenger rail caused by another federal boondoggle, the Interstate Highway scheme. Amtrak never has turned a profit, and, despite repeated…
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  Never one prone to puffery or elitism, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) offered this Sunday afternoon: "This bill is going to change America for decades.” He was, of course, referring to the passed-along-party-lines, Kamala Harris-decided, 51-50 victory he and his cohorts achieved with the final vote on their so-called “Inflation Reduction Act,” which now heads to the House…
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Something strange happens when people don’t understand (or, in the case of some politicians, they do, but try to hide it) the difference between private association on private property, and public interplay on government-run real estate. Many of them subsequently embrace the mistaken belief that what happens on the private property, among voluntary participants, is, somehow, not private anymore…
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  If the insult of gun-grabbing politicians lacking the integrity to define their intentionally opaque government-pushed term “assault weapon” is not enough for you to blow a proverbial mental gasket, this new set of revelations – though unsurprising – might do the trick. Indeed, just two weeks ago, I reported for MRCTV that Virginia Congressman Don Beyer (D) had proposed a 1,000-percent…
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One tax-backed professor in Texas claims supporters of a recently passed bill in support of school choice only backed the measure because they "can't read." But, evidently, they’re literate enough to read the tax-commands of their state, in order to give this professor her salary. Public schools and universities seem to be fertile ground for self-righteous statements from elitist teachers who…