It was a catastrophic day for every freedom-loving American even before the incident at the Capitol. It was a threefold disaster, being so on the moral, legal, and political levels. The podcast explores each of these.
If they follow through on their plans to end the filibuster, pack the Senate by adding one to two new states, then pack the Supreme Court, and institute eco-fascism in the guise of the Green New Deal, America's status as a functioning constitutional republic will be at an end. Soon, the kind of people we fought wars to keep from taking power in America, will have the power.
Which back episodes should you listen to? Here's a shortlist based upon the most listened to in 2020. Everything from Gen Flynn being freed, to the civil unrest, to COVID-19 are covered.
The sequel to our winter of discontent has begun and our accumulated troubles still persist in one form or another. The good news is we now have a vaccine that looks very promising, the bad news is that in some cases, it's the social justice warriors that will be in charge of its distribution. Though 2021 promises to look much better as the vaccine becomes more and more available, we can expect a rough first quarter.
Biden voters looking for a collectivist utopia are probably ignorant of certain facts, particularly socialism's failures in the 20th century and the reasons for them.
The presidential race was not the only race this past Tuesday, the Republicans picked up House seats and maintain tenuous control of the Senate, the republics last firewall between the hard left and the end of America as we've known it.
In this episode I talk about an ominous Tweet sent out by former Labor Secretary under Clinton Robert Reich recommending punishment of Trump administration members and supporters. Trump scored some good points against Biden.
Hunter has created a problem for his dad, but only if enough people care about corruption.
The most devastating moment came when Harris refused, as her running mate has, to answer the question of support for court-packing.
How do the left and the right balance the risk vs. reward ratio? In what other ways can we contrast the approaches of the left and right on both the macro and micro levels.