Bobby is back!!! In this episode/rant the two co-hosts discuss one of their favorite topics: all topics. And of course, conspiracy theory is at the top of the list. (Jordan’s audio does get better a few minutes into the podcast. Patience Grasshopper!)
Referenced in this Podcast
- The Conspiracy Theory Charade
- Fearless: Jason Whitlock Letter
- Biden Threatens Law Abiding Gun Owners With Nukes & F-15s
- Murder Among the Mormons
- Weekend at Bernie’s
- Oath of a Freeman
- Charlie Skelton
- What is the Great Reset – and how did it get hijacked by conspiracy theories?
- The Social Dilemma
Stephen Pratt Lectures
Un-alienable is the opposite of “alienable.”
A’LIENABLE, adjective That may be sold, or transferred to another; as, land is alienable according to the laws of the State.Webster’s 1828 Dictionary
UNA’LIENABLE, adjective Not alienable; that cannot be alienated; that may not be transferred; as unalienable rights.Webster’s 1828 Dictionary
Taking the structure of the adjective “alienable” we see that both it and the adjective “unalienable” are based on a verb. They are adjectives deriving from the verb “aliene” not the noun “alien.” Both are clearly describing an action … either “to aliene” or “to alienate” or “not to aliene” etc.
ALIE’NE, verb transitive [Latin alieno.]
1. To transfer title or property to another; to sell.
Nor could he aliene the estate, even with the consent of the Lord.
2. To estrange; to make averse or indifferent; to turn the affections from.
The prince was aliened from all thoughts of the marriage.
In this sense, it is more common to use alienate.Webster’s 1828 Dictionary