Today's show opens with some of the questions and testimony raised during day one of the House Judiciary Committee investigation into The Twitter Files. Two of the first New Media investigative journalists who began to report on the censorship and banning of Americans were Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger. Democrats on the panel, resorted to… Continue reading State sponsored censorship and the PsyOps being used on the American people
Ukraine aid and the Lab Leak Theory
Today's show opens with a reminder that Janet Yellen, our Secretary of the Treasury, was sent to Ukraine to commit even more money to them for their hospitals and schools. A phone call doesn't seem to work anymore for such a simple task. We had to send her on a government jet to deliver the… Continue reading Ukraine aid and the Lab Leak Theory
A juror of my peers? Plus Pete’s still draggin’ and an Authoritarian White House
Today's show opens with a little more discussion over Emily Kohrs and how she is not a representation of someone who would be a jury of my "peers." First, she has no fundamental understanding of how our judicial system operates, nor her role in being part of a Grand Jury. She believes she is the… Continue reading A juror of my peers? Plus Pete’s still draggin’ and an Authoritarian White House
Why Georgia’s run-off matters plus a warning to our girls
Today I spend the vast majority of the show explaining why the Senate run-off in Georgia is so important. Right now, the Democrats have 50, but would love to make it 51. They have the tie-breaker right now with VP Kamala Harris, but there is a bigger picture here and the Democrats want it. Remember… Continue reading Why Georgia’s run-off matters plus a warning to our girls
Congressman Loudermilk discusses election integrity and censorship
In this episode, US Congressman Barry Loudermilk joined me to discuss election integrity and the administration's desire to get Facebook to censor posts it does not like. This interview took place on the syndicated Erick Erickson Show, which originally aired during the third hour on July 15, 2021. There is a move to try to… Continue reading Congressman Loudermilk discusses election integrity and censorship
The power of the D!
Not long ago, I had a chance to fill in for my friend, Erick Erickson, on his evening show on WSB AM 750 and 95.5 FM in Atlanta. In one of my segments, I asked the board op to play music reminiscent of an 80's porn movie and started talking low and suggestive: Welcome back,… Continue reading The power of the D!
A Response to an Old Friend
Back in the late 1990s, I joined the Libertarian Party. I became a Big "L", putting my money and time where my political stance lay. And I was so happy to have found a political home I wanted to share it. When I got my card in the mail, I shared the news with a… Continue reading A Response to an Old Friend
What freedom is not
Happy birthday, America! It's been 238 years since the Declaration of Independence put a series of events in motion that forever changed the face of the world and redefined how government could be structured around the concept that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights and chief… Continue reading What freedom is not
Our writers have been working on a special Independence Day publication
Our writers have had their noses to the political grindstone since the primary election season has been underway in our country. They have been on the campaign trail, speaking out daily on social media and trying to inspire others to get involved in the political process. We are not just about talking -- we are… Continue reading Our writers have been working on a special Independence Day publication
Will the real Messiah please stand up?
"Abolish God, and the Government becomes God...Wherever the people do not believe in something beyond the world, they will worship the world. But, above all, they will worship the strongest thing in the world." -- G.K. Chesterton "Well, you've touched on it to a degree. He made so many promises. We thought that he was… Continue reading Will the real Messiah please stand up?
Straddling the Walls of Versailles
Henry the VIII, unhappy with the rules of the Catholic Church regarding divorce, simply usurped the commands of the Vatican, instituted the Church of England and called himself Supreme Head of the new agency. There, all better. No more threats of excommunication from Rome. When one in power doesn't get his way, he may change… Continue reading Straddling the Walls of Versailles
Green Eggs & Prayer
So we had another Filibuster. Although this one is a little “f”. It didn't stop a vote. It stalled it. The blabby-blab-blabathon clocked in at over twenty-one hours. Technically, not a big “F” filibuster but...did it work? No. The intention was missed and the Republican Party is being called all sorts of nasty names round… Continue reading Green Eggs & Prayer
Healthcare is not a right
To delve into this topic, we first need to understand and agree upon the definition of "rights" as used and implemented by the Founding Fathers and the framers of our Constitution. The first stop is the philosopher, John Locke, who put forth the theory of natural rights, which states everyone is born with an equality of certain rights,… Continue reading Healthcare is not a right
America Through PRISM Colored Glasses
Edward Snowden. Say the name and the Feds go wilder than a college girl in a Joe Francis film. Intelligence Agents go deeper into the Rabbit Hole. And journalists keep regurgitating 'Official Sources', poor investigative journalism. Edward Snowden. What he represents, what this story demonstrates, is that it only takes one, ONE, to inform the… Continue reading America Through PRISM Colored Glasses