In today's episode, I open with a good shooter story. I don't mean someone with accurate aim, though we should be thankful for the woman who did hit her target. I mean a good story about someone who stopped a mass-shooting at a graduation party. Thanks to a law-abiding gun owner, a man was taken… Continue reading A good shooter story FBI black eye and Biden crushing middle class mixdown
Today's episode begins with a discussion of Memorial Day. It is an American holiday that started off as Decoration Day after the end of the Civil War. The day evolved and eventually became a Federal holiday in 1971. It's important to remember that Memorial Day is a somber holiday. We are so used to saying… Continue reading Memorial Day and more on Uvalde school shooting
In today's episode, I am able to get into more details of the mass-shooting that took place at Robb Elementary in Texas. This is why I always prefer to wait a few days before diving into details, because I know it takes a few days before we start to get a clearer picture. Today I… Continue reading A hero, an idiot, a villain, and an empty chest
In today's episode, I can't believe I have to open with an explanation of inanimate objects. To illustrate, I took my handgun out recently, put it on the table and yelled at it. I called it names, I mocked it, belittled it, made it feel inferior and unloved. No matter what I tried, I could… Continue reading Inanimate objects Second order solutions and Vitamin D
In today's episode, I am going to attempt to discuss why these mass-shootings keep happening. It's not what I had planned. But, it is something capturing the attention of much of the country, if not the world. It always does when we have a senseless act like what just happened at an elementary school in… Continue reading Why do these mass-shootings keep happening?
In today's episode I open with a local interest news story from Channel 9 News in Concord, NH. The story is from November of 2021. The subject is of a mother who finds it more and more difficult to find infant formula. I follow that up with a rather angry sound bite from Democrat Representative… Continue reading Joe Biden has the Midas Touch in our Bizarro World
In today's episode we have to come to the conclusion President Joe Biden and the Biden Administration are lying to us about wanting to reduce the cost of energy in our country. There is no other way to interpret their words versus their actions. I'll say it again for emphasis, they are lying about reducing… Continue reading Biden Administration lying about reducing energy prices
In today's bonus episode of Conversations, I spent time with Jeanne Seaver who is running for Lt. Governor for the state of Georgia. Jeanne Seaver has been a community leader, a child-advocate, a non-profit Founder, a Conservative activist, and a successful businesswoman who began working at the young age of 11. She has worked in… Continue reading Conversations with Jeanne Seaver for Lt. Governor for Georgia
In today's episode, I wanted to be a little more philosophical about how many of us process the news. I am always wondering why so many continue to blindly believe the mainstream media, no matter how many times they are wrong. What is it that convinces so many to say, "Sure, okay, they got that… Continue reading Emotions have a way of stopping the truth
In today's episode, we have to look at the way Taylor Lorenz, one of the biggest butt-hurt cry-babies in media, tried to characterize the fall of the Disinformation Governance Board. She writes such a biased and slanted piece, it would make even Nina Jankowicz give her a standing ovation. First, she starts by painting some… Continue reading DHS Disinformation Board was so vital it lasted less than a month
In today's bonus episode of Conversations, we sit down with State Senator Chuck Hufstetler (GA-52) to discuss the situation with his opponent and why he decided to file the lawsuit questioning that person's eligibility. Additionally, he wanted to address some of the accusations that had been levied against him, both by his opponent and a… Continue reading Conversation with State Senator Chuck Hufstetler GA-52 on his opponent
In today's episode, we open with breaking news of what seems to be the collapse of the Department of Homeland Security's Ministry of Truth, otherwise known as the Disinformation Governance Board. It's such a shame, too, given all their recent opportunities to correct so much disinformation being said by President Biden, the White House, Big… Continue reading What’s happening to the Disinformation Governance Board?
Today's episode is a bonus. It's not my analysis of the news of the day, but rather a chance for me to sit down and chat with a news-maker. At the moment, I call these bonus shows, "Conversations." Jeff Lewis was a member of the House of Representatives in the State of Georgia for many… Continue reading Conversations – Jeff Lewis for State Senate GA-52 and his legal challenge
In today's episode, we open with the utter hypocrisy of President Joe Biden dropping everything and heading to Buffalo, NY when he could never make time to go to Waukesha, WI or Brooklyn, NY. The narrative of the Buffalo matches with what is politically expedient, while the latter two don't serve to help radically transform… Continue reading Biden hypocrisy, Jean-Pierre stumbles and USA on wrong track