Liz Cheney lost
Current Events, Just musing

Liz Cheney lost because she forgot to represent, plus equity v equality

I open today's show with a look at the massive primary loss of Liz Cheney (D-WY). The final tally is the very definition of taking a shellacking. She was a full 36 points behind the Trump-endorsed challenger, Harriet Hageman. That is a stunning rebuke from the very voters Liz Cheney claims to represent. But we… Continue reading Liz Cheney lost because she forgot to represent, plus equity v equality

DOJ caught in more lies
Current Events, Just musing

DOJ caught in more lies when their narratives keep falling apart

Today, I wanted to take a more global approach to the discussion over the DOJ and FBI decision to raid Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago. To open, I look back to how I personally thought about Trump in the 2015 primaries. He was not my candidate of choice. And, it seemed the Legacy media was… Continue reading DOJ caught in more lies when their narratives keep falling apart

Presidents can declassify anything
Current Events, Just musing

Presidents can declassify anything but not Secretaries of State

On today's show, I first open with a recognition that it was one year ago today we abandoned the country of Afghanistan in one of the worst foreign policy debacles in our nation's history. But, don't take my word for it. We turn to Jake Tapper of CNN to tell you that for himself. Then… Continue reading Presidents can declassify anything but not Secretaries of State

DOJ and FBI go nuclear
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DOJ and FBI go nuclear given nothing else seems to be working

Today we look at how the crisis news story cycle works. When Leftists find themselves in a state of desperation, they simply follow the model that has worked for them over the last 6+ years. First, write the narrative as you hope it will be (or shape it to become) and make sure to include… Continue reading DOJ and FBI go nuclear given nothing else seems to be working

J6 Committee failure
Just musing

J6 Committee failure likely prompted FBI Mar-a-Lago raid

I open today's show with a bit of a reminder of season one of the J6 Committee. There is a reason for it and that's the polling which followed the season finale. Americans were not moved at all by anything the J6 Committee said, showed, played or promised. As Constitutional scholar and law professor Jonathon… Continue reading J6 Committee failure likely prompted FBI Mar-a-Lago raid

July CPI is not zero
Current Events, Just musing

CPI is not at zero and more on FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago

Well, the Biden Administration is throwing a party and patting themselves on their backs. President Joe Biden himself told all of us there was no inflation in the month of July. Zero. Nada. Zilch. Zip. Nothing. Isn't that great? I'm sure everyone within the sound of my voice is overjoyed to see inflation is over… Continue reading CPI is not at zero and more on FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago

FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago
Current Events, Just musing

FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago is a last ditch attempt to stop Trump in 2024

I want you to go on a journey with me. You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. Here we see a government where it's enforcement agents are not just allowed to lie to judges,… Continue reading FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago is a last ditch attempt to stop Trump in 2024

Inflation Reduction Act
Current Events, Just musing

Inflation Reduction Act will do the oppposite while taxing everyone more

Thank you for listening to a week of Best Of material while my family and I were enjoying a week at the beach. It was so relaxing and refreshing! But, I'm back and we have so much to cover. Today, I need to focus entirely on the Inflation Reduction Act that just passed the Senate.… Continue reading Inflation Reduction Act will do the oppposite while taxing everyone more

Just musing

BEST OF – Friday – Emotions have a way of stopping the truth

This episode originally aired on Friday, May 20, 2022.  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… Continue reading BEST OF – Friday – Emotions have a way of stopping the truth

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BEST OF – Thursday – Limiting information is always bad

This episode originally aired on Thursday, February 3, 2022. In this episode, I spend some time discussing the nature of limiting information. It is so easy to fall into the altruistic trap of saying, nothing should be uttered unless it's true. There should be no sources of misinformation or disinformation. On the surface, it sounds… Continue reading BEST OF – Thursday – Limiting information is always bad

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BEST OF – Wednesday – Jonathan Turley on Biden Crime Family and Groomers are mad

This episode orginally aired on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. In today's episode, I discuss some of the issues related to the Biden Crime Family. Constitutional scholar and professor at George Washington University, Jonathan Turley discusses the damaging emails and how the White House and President Joe Biden are not doing themselves any favor with how… Continue reading BEST OF – Wednesday – Jonathan Turley on Biden Crime Family and Groomers are mad

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BEST OF – Tuesday – They want to fundamentally change our country

This episode originally aired on Wednesday, March 16, 2022. In this episode, we once again have to address the lies from Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary about the 9,000 drilling leases available for drilling. This administration is selling that narrative even after it has been taken apart over and over again. I even have… Continue reading BEST OF – Tuesday – They want to fundamentally change our country

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BEST OF – Monday – Rights should not be subjective

This episode originally aired on Monday, February 21, 2022 In this episode, I open with an example of how one of the oldest mainstream media outlets, the New York Times, decides whether or not your protest is acceptable. It's not about breaking laws or infringing on rights. Nope. Instead, it's whether or not your protest… Continue reading BEST OF – Monday – Rights should not be subjective