We've just passed the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. While both the left and the right have condemned the invasion, and both support Ukraine, the two camps do so for different reasons. The left looks at Russia as a threat to their globalist agenda, while the right looks at it as a threat to peace in the West and fear an alliance sleepwalking into WWIII.
LR Podcast S3E28: Post-Midterm Special
As far as elections go, Arizona has become the new Florida. Florida had become the laughingstock when it came to running elections during the Bush v Gore fiasco in 2000/2001. Now Florida has cleaned up its act and is now a model of how elections should be run in the US. For the second major election in a row, Arizona has failed to finish counting ballots and declaring winners, long after almost every other state has finished counting theirs sufficiently to declare winners and losers.
LR Podcast, S3E27: Election Special 2022
Things like ESG already control the behavior of individuals indirectly. The aim of the Utopian Left is to extend this sort of control to the individual level. Examples of this can already be seen in such things like vaccine passports and mask mandates. The reliance on technology will be used as a point of control. Access to things like education, online commerce, and entertainment will be subject to an ever-increasing array of rules and regulations. In order to partake in the modern lifestyle, people will be made to trade their freedom and privacy for goods and services.
LR Podcast, S3E24: Three Anti-Trump Fallacies
The feeling of moral superiority by those who continue to hold onto these falsehoods must be so high, that no amount of factual data, or evidence to the contrary, can shake them loose from those who cling to them. These fallacies are a problem, not just because they involve deception, but they also induce bigotry and sometimes even violence against “MAGA Republicans” and others who espouse conservative values.
Three persistent anti-Trump fallacies and why they’re dangerous.
An electorate suffering from TDS, blind to their own prejudices is liable to vote away our freedom just to spite one man they have convinced themselves is an enemy of democracy and vote in the exact sort of fascism they claim to be against.
LR Podcast, S3E21: Reductio ad Hitlerum
If Trump is a fascist, especially a Nazi, he's certainly a very poor one. If his followers are fascists, they sure cling to a lot of non-fascists ideals. One of the defining traits of Nazis was their violent antisemitism. Trump ended the Iran nuclear agreement, something that the Israelis celebrated, and their Prime Minister at the time called for in front of the UN. This paved the way for one of Trump's in-laws, one of his Jewish in-laws to broker a peace deal between Israel and several neighboring Arab states. He then moved the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. These are things that a true Nazi would have a hard time doing, and even a harder time selling to his supporters.
LR Podcast, S3E4: Replacement vs. Displacement
The Democrats believe they have found the equivalent on right, Replacement Theory. The problem is, the average conservative does not know what Replacement Theory is, much less subscribe to it.
LR Podcast, S2, E33: “Some of the time,” has ended.
They don't know if “Build Back Better” is better, but they do know that you can't spend trillions of dollars and not cause inflation. They know that they were lied to about Russian collusion, Kenosha, and Jussie Smollett being the victim of a hate crime. What else have they been lied to about? they wonder.
LR Podcast S2, E28: The Electorate Says NO
This past Tuesday, Americans across the nation said “no” to the divisive progressive Democrat agenda. Most notably, Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin, who ran a race focused on education and the economy defeated one-time governor, Terry McAuliffe. The election turned on one issue primarily, the question of who should decide what Virginia kids get taught in school, … Continue reading LR Podcast S2, E28: The Electorate Says NO
Full Episode notes, “The Electorate Says NO”
While kids in the Commonwealth were home last year attending classes at home, parents got a rare close-up glimpse into what was their kids were exposed to in school including elements of racist CRT doctrine, and graphic depictions of sex not just in sex-ed, but in school board approved literature.