Kavanaugh threatened and boy crisis
Current Events, Just musing

Kavanaugh threatened, KJP is really bad, the boy crisis and mocking conservative women

In today's episode, I open with a man arrested outside of Justice Kavanaugh's home with burglary tools and a gun. The threat on the life of the Supreme Court Justice can be tied back to when Senate Majority Chuck Schumer incited violence against him and Judge Gorsuch in 2020. While 83% of the country believes… Continue reading Kavanaugh threatened, KJP is really bad, the boy crisis and mocking conservative women

race obsessed Left freedom truckers
Current Events, Just musing

The race-obsessed Left and freedom truckers

In this episode I open wondering how Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer could make such an egregious mistake. In an attempt to pander to his base and to support President Biden's desire for a black woman nominee to the Supreme Court, he forgets the name Thurgood Marshall. Senator Schumer spoke on the Senate floor and… Continue reading The race-obsessed Left and freedom truckers

Political theater and ending free speech
Just musing

Political theater and ending free speech

In this episode, I begin wondering why the Democrats continue to debate the filibuster and the Voter Protection Act. It was obvious from last week's events, the attempt to federalize elections is dead. President Joe Biden was so mad about it he let a little bit of truth leak from his lips. He said the… Continue reading Political theater and ending free speech

Voting laws and the filibuster
Just musing

Voting laws and the filibuster

In this episode I comment on President Joe Biden's latest failed attempt to paint all Republicans as member of the Ku Klux Klan. Last week, the narrative was to try using the anniversary of the Capitol riot as a way to paint the whole GOP as violent, domestic terrorist insurrectionists. After a week, that attempt… Continue reading Voting laws and the filibuster

Social media is today's digital town square
Just musing

Social media is today’s digital town square

In today's episode, I do my best to tackle the notions of social media being solely a private enterprise. This is often the only argument offered as to why it's okay for "Big Tech" to de-platform voices they don't like. It's one thing if these supposedly private companies want to alienate a portion of it's… Continue reading Social media is today’s digital town square

SOTU Drinking Game 2019
Current Events, Just musing

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

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

Current Events

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