Every single man listening to this podcast sees issues with the current culture. And, yet, far too many men are unwilling to do anything about it. Whether it’s a disdain for current culture commentary or a bad case of apathy, ignoring what we see going on around us isn’t going to lead to anywhere positive.
My guest today, author and podcast host, Andrew Klavan, is a man who is and has been for decades actively engaged in dealing with the decline of our current culture through writing, producing films, and podcast commentary. Today, we talk about rationalization and justification for doing the wrong things, why so many people tap-dance around biological reality, why we’re losing this country through the movies, changing culture through art, when and when not to compromise, and viewing your own life as a work of art.
“It matters that there are people like us who aren’t afraid.” Tweet That— Andrew Klavan
Andrew Klavan is the podcast host of the Andrew Klavan Show with the Daily Wire. He is also an incredibly talented and award-winning author of his latest book, The House of Love and Death, among dozens of others.
As a popular podcast host of the Andrew Klavan show, Andrew uses his wit and humor to address some of the most polarizing cultural topics of the day. He’s also seen both sides of the political and spiritual spectrum as a man who not only was once liberal turned conservative but through his own Christian conversion as well.
- Reaching 10 million people
- Reaching a younger demographic
- Most people are at least trying to be good
- Concerns about losing jobs to AI
- Faking anything with AI
- Need for personal interaction
- Kids falling behind during COVID
- Finding new ways to reach people
- Overcoming the aversion to promoting yourself
- Be intentional about who’s opinion you care about
You Need Men In Your Corner
I recently got back from a week-long hunt in Minnesota and, as important as hunting is to me, it pales in comparison to the value in banding with other men in this battle of life.
Too many men go at it alone and don’t have any friends they can lean on and rely on in times of comfort and crisis. That’s why I created the Iron Council, as a tool not only to give you the systems of structure and accountability but to introduce men from all over the world to the power of a committed brotherhood.
We’re not currently open but if you want to be notified when we open back up again in a month and a half, head to www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil.
Don’t do life alone. Band with us. www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil.
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