Tuesday, February 2, 2021

2-2-21 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Cheryl Chumley: Biden - whoosh! Keystone is Killed and Socialism Surges

2. John Lott: The Flawed Thinking Behind Biden's Gun Control Bill

3. David Horowitz: There is One Party That Seeks to Demonize, Criminalize and Extinguish Dissent

4. Daniel Greenfield: Weapons of Mask Distraction

5. Steve Turley: European Citizens Rise Up and Revolt Against COVID Restrictions

6. John Ellis: Cancel Culture Follies

Biden - whoosh! Keystone is Killed and Socialism Surges

By Cheryl Chumley

When Joe Biden put pen to paper to unilaterally squash thousands of jobs tied to Keystone XL pipeline development, he didn’t just kill personal economies. He advanced socialist principles. [more...]

The Flawed Thinking Behind Biden's Gun Control Bill

By John Lott

"The coming years will decide the survival of our Second Amendment," President Trump warned before the election. Trump was right. The first gun control bill that Biden will push in his first 100 days would make gun makers and sellers civilly liable for misuse of guns they sell. That means people could sue manufacturers whenever a crime, accident, or suicide occurs with a gun. We aren't talking about cases where there was a product liability issue or where laws are violated, such as selling a gun without a valid background check. While it isn't stated, the goal is to put the gun makers out of business. [more...]

There is One Party That Seeks to Demonize, Criminalize and Extinguish Dissent

By David Horowitz

Everybody agrees that our country is in crisis – and agrees that it is the worst crisis since the Civil War. But at the same time, we tell ourselves a comforting tale about the source of the crisis that perpetuates the problem instead of providing a path to ending it. We say our politics are “divisive” and talk about “unity and healing” as though that would miraculously be achieved if everybody stopped … what? Disagreeing? All politics is divisive. That’s the healthy basis of our constitutional order: the freedom to disagree. To suppress disagreement, to outlaw it - as many Democrats and their Big Tech and media allies are demanding these days - is to end democracy as we know it. The problem is not that we disagree. We are not suffering as a nation from healthy disagreement. We are suffering from a tsunami of hate emanating from the Democrat Party that seeks to demonize, criminalize and extinguish dissent from the 75 million supporters of Donald Trump. [more...]

Weapons of Mask Distraction

By Daniel Greenfield

After running on a promise to fix the pandemic, Biden admitted, “there’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.” Except wear two masks. "To Prevent COVID, wear 2 masks," The Los Angeles Times declares. "Time to double," The Washington Post urges. But, unlike Doublemint gum, no one thinks that two masks will double the fun. Well, maybe one man does. "It just makes common sense," Dr. Fauci said on NBC in one of the innumerable television appearances that have made him the country's highest-paid federal employee. [more...]

European Citizens Rise Up and Revolt Against COVID Restrictions

By Dr. Steve Turley

There's no question that the COVID-19 restrictions imposed on European populations over the last year have run their course. A sleeping populist giant has awakened, and it appears more and more likely that populist-driven political earthquakes are soon to follow! While many in the United States are still reeling from the electoral disappointment on November 3rd, we can take heart that with this European uprising, the worldwide populist revolt has just begun. [more...]

Culture Cancel Follies

By John Ellis

Cancel culture is one of the most unlovely of the radical left’s contributions to our society. It’s currently rampant, and its reach is limitless; even the great philosopher David Hume's name has been removed from a University of Edinburgh building because of alleged racism. And we can be sure that many more giants of our culture will soon enough be canceled because the past offers any number of further victims - precisely because it’s the past. Read Prof. Ellis's latest book: The Breakdown of Higher Education: How It Happened, the Damage It Does, and What Can Be Done. [more...]

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