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
In today's episode, I had no choice but to deal with the sick, psychopathic killer who targeted Americans in Buffalo, NY on Saturday. I never like to cover any sensationalized event within the first few hours or days because we learn a lot more over time. Unlike our friends in the Legacy media, I do… Continue reading Buffalo killer a sick psychopath while the Left races for propaganda
In today's episode, I dive into a brand new Pew Research Center poll listing the top 12 biggest problems facing Americans in this country. If you are to believe the President, the White House, Democrat politicians, the Legacy media and Big Tech, it's Abortion and Ukraine. Those are the two top problems facing the nation.… Continue reading America’s biggest problems and Biden gets credit for all of them
In today's episode, we deal with the "show vote" that took place yesterday by Democrats to try to pass the most radical and offensive abortion law this country has ever seen. While saying they were trying to codify Roe v. Wade, what they were actually doing was expanding abortion up to the very instant of… Continue reading Democrats angry we are a Republic and abortion helps inflation
In today's episode, it's time to look at President Biden's preoccupation with the word "ultra." He seems ultra concerned about ultra-MAGA doing ultra-damage to our country. He's definitely ultra obsessed. The bulk of today's show deals with his ultra-terrible presser from yesterday on the state of the economy and how his plan is working. I'm… Continue reading Everything is ultra with President Joe Biden
In today's episode, I open with Joe Biden once again looking for someone else to blame for rising inflation. Remember, first he said it wasn't going to happen. Then he said it was only transitory. He had lots of letters from Nobel winning economists insisting inflation would go away with more government spending. The next… Continue reading Cognitive dissonance; or, How I learned to love the lie
In today's episode, I open with a soundbite from Bill Maher. I found myself a little surprised to find someone so well-educated and well-versed, admitted to not really knowing much about Roe v. Wade or the abortion debate in general. We all hear quips, phrases, monikers and slogans, so we just repeat them as if… Continue reading Many have no idea what Roe v Wade even means
In today's episode, I try to get us caught up on some other news developments overshadowed by the SCOTUS leak and the left-wing vitriol choking the news cycle. While we have been watching the Roe v. Wade debate, the Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security was getting grilled over his new Ministry of Truth,… Continue reading Mayorkas is derelict of duty and the doxxing of Justices
In today's episode, as much as I would like to move to a different subject, it's hard to not get sucked into the continued imbroglio surrounding Roe v. Wade. Initially, a few days ago, I approached the news cycle solely as it related to the leak. This is still the most important element and I… Continue reading What would repealing Roe v. Wade really mean?