Current Events, Just musing

Dr. Fauci Emails, Gain of Function, Connecting the Dots and Natural Immunity

In this episode, I break down many of the revelations from the emails of Dr. Fauci related to the entire Covid-19 pandemic. The emails, released through a Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"), confirm what may of us have been trying to say, he has not been truthful at all. We have the leader of public… Continue reading Dr. Fauci Emails, Gain of Function, Connecting the Dots and Natural Immunity

Presidential debate round 1
Current Events, Just musing

Thoughts after first presidential debate

My first reaction to tonight’s debate was somewhat underwhelming in terms of substance. Biden made it to the end with only a handful of stammers. He was mostly clear and stayed mostly on message. President Trump exhibited an almost non-stop onslaught. It likely didn’t sway many nor lose current supporters. President Trump was more interruptive,… Continue reading Thoughts after first presidential debate

Current Events

SOTU Drinking Game 2020

The State of the Union is tonight. This will be President Trump's next to final address to the nation unless he wins another term later this year. A tabulation of all television "news" broadcasts in the final two months of 2019 shows 93% of all stories about President Donald Trump and his administration were negative… Continue reading SOTU Drinking Game 2020

SOTU Drinking Game 2019
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SOTU Drinking Game 2019

The State of the Union is tonight, delayed one week from the partial government shutdown where no one really felt its effects, but the nightly news could not get enough of it. This will be President Trump's second address to the nation. A tabulation of all television "news" broadcasts of 2018 shows (just like 2017)… Continue reading SOTU Drinking Game 2019

Remember when words had meaning? Trump and Russian election interference.
Current Events

Remember when words had meaning?

Well, it took 18 months for President Donald Trump to try to "act presidential." Remember that call from the #NeverTrump movement and so many afflicted with liberal derangement? It is a non-stop cry from the talking heads on cable news outlets and from many of the voices on talk radio. How did it take this… Continue reading Remember when words had meaning?

Current Events

It’s not a simple problem so it’s not a simple fix

Emotionally charged imagery and audio, taken out of context, has whipped many into a lather. The parroted phrase of the day is, "children being ripped out of their mother's arms." There has been a sudden surge in media coverage of something that has been taking place for over 40 years, albeit with minor tweaks along… Continue reading It’s not a simple problem so it’s not a simple fix

Current Events, Just musing

Kathleen Saucier discusses her son’s presidential pardon

It was my pleasure to welcome back to our show, Kathleen Saucier, the mother of Kristian Saucier, who finally, after more than a year and a half of being made a public scapegoat for taking selfies on-board a nuclear submarine, serving time in prison, on house arrest and with a felony prison record, was given… Continue reading Kathleen Saucier discusses her son’s presidential pardon

Current Events, Just musing

SOTU 2018 drinking game

The State of the Union is tonight. This will be President Trump's first. Considering 90% of all media stories (print, radio and television) were negative for our 45th president, it's amazing to see how much was accomplished in his first year. The confirmation of Judge Gorsuch, pulling the US out of bad trade deals, opening… Continue reading SOTU 2018 drinking game

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What keeps getting left out about the budget breakdown

When you've lived through several modern American presidencies and all of the mid-term battles for Congress, it's easy to hear the same, recycled talking points used over and over again. Perhaps some of the more egregious (and successful) happen when "the government is running out of money." Even that phrase is laughable, given we have… Continue reading What keeps getting left out about the budget breakdown

Just musing

What does it mean to act presidential?

OMG, he's tweeting again! He called himself a genius. He thinks he's the smartest person in the room. He won't stop poking at Kim Jong Un. He is going to start a war. He is a paranoid idiot who eats McDonald's in bed to avoid the risk of being poisoned. He is incapable of understanding… Continue reading What does it mean to act presidential?

Current Events, Just musing

Strong, admirable and unflappable and the Left hates her

It's been awhile since I've had the chance to put my thoughts down on current events. I spend more time on Twitter of late because I have not had the free time I would like to write more. I know, excuses, excuses. Over the last few weeks, I considered writing (again) about why President Trump… Continue reading Strong, admirable and unflappable and the Left hates her

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Radio interview with US Congressman Barry Loudermilk

US Congressman Barry Loudermilk called into Bartow's Morning News to give us an update on some of the recent happenings in the Washington, D.C. area. We chatted about the recent testimony of several lawyers representing the biggest hitters in social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google) who said Russian meddling via social media was meant to divide… Continue reading Radio interview with US Congressman Barry Loudermilk

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Trendy protests lead to choice between patriotism or NFL

Well, we thought we knew what all the kneeling was about. I mean, we were told it was about their First Amendment right to protest injustice, police violence and the unfairness experienced by some in our country. We were told it's a quiet display to show solidarity with those who have suffered social inequities. But,… Continue reading Trendy protests lead to choice between patriotism or NFL

Current Events

Interview with Congressman Barry Loudermilk on WBHF

This morning on Bartow's Morning News, Congressman Barry Loudermilk from the 11th congressional district joined us in studios to cover several subjects and current events. He spoke about tax reform, the issues of cohesion within parts of the Republican party and how the press refuses to cover the Trump administration objectively. We also chatted about… Continue reading Interview with Congressman Barry Loudermilk on WBHF