Since her departure from Fox, Kirsten Powers has transformed from thoughtful liberal to full-on FemiNazi, and has chosen to side with the howling mobs and shrill harpies over the Kavanaugh nomination, especially regarding the mob’s animosity to Susan Collins for doing the right thing and standing up for due process. Apparently Powers took exception to …
Nicole Fortune joins me to discuss a proposed amendment to the constitution (CACR22) known as Marsy’s law. A change sold as victims rights that are actually bad for victims, bad for privacy, bad for the accused, but good for government. Listen to find out why. Follow this podcast on iTunes
Another week’s worth of content compiled into one handy podcast. We start with a rewind episode with Dr. Matt Briggs about Trump’s polling before the election and end with a warning about dealing with the left. Never give up, never surrender, and never ever beg. Follow this Program on our podcast feed
The left can’t just disagree. They seek and exploit any sign of weakness to destroy political opponents. Skip Murphy and I explore the topic by jumping off an article in Taki Mag by David Cole titled, “Memo to Laura Ingraham, Never Beg.” Follow this program on Facebook
Ed Naile has his right to know request back from Newbury, New Hampshire, We review the details and explore the options when a town (inadvertently?) violates your constitutional rights. Follow this program on iHeartRadio.
The week’s interviews in one convenient podcast and yes, I forgot to post these last Saturday, so here they are. Follow this program on Spreaker.
Susan Olsen has an update on SB500 which finally cleared a committee hurdle in the New Hampshire House and could get a floor vote next week. Follow this program on TuneIn
The NEA is planning a rally in Concord later this month. Kimberly Morin joins me to discuss their terms for surrender, a few contradictions, and some interesting side-lines about the day of the planned event. Follow this Podcast on iTunes
In October 2016 Mr. Trump’s electoral circumstances were new and unique but the way he was being treated by his own party and the press were not. Dr. Matt Briggs (Ph.D. is statistics) and I have a great conversation about how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before …
Skip joins me to talk about The Southern Poverty Law enter, labeling groups as Hate Groups, Strawman arguments, and other liberal narratives, as we discuss his exchanges in the Laconia Daily Sun with Ms. Jennifer Abbott. Follow this program on Stitcher Radio.