Democrats take credit for Juneteenth, and place the blame for institutional racism on Republicans. What a flippin’ flip! Zo Rachel clears the record.
It’s not hard to understand why everything costs so much more now.
A bipartisan agreement in Congress about gun violence focuses on keeping weapons out of the hands of mentally-ill persons. But who determines who’s on the no-buy list, and how?
Explore the meta-level rationale of a new video animation project that bypasses the rational gate to connect enduring ideas of a happy society with the hearts of young people.
At least we now know what rouses the somnolent executive from his typical torpor. But what’s he really saying here?
Bill Whittle thinks the Congressional hearing over the Jan. 6 “insurrection” raises the ominous specter of historical show trials in Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia and Communist China.
One of our Members wants to know, because it seems like some Marxists really believe, and others just see it as a practical tool to control people and to build personal wealth.
Will Carolina Panthers appointing the first openly-transgender cheerleader pull the actual football squad out of the doldrums of athletic mediocrity measured in the antiquated terms of wins and losses? This bottom story and more, on the latest Lightning Round.
Bill Whittle finds a survey that shows just how many Americans would approve of assassination to silence political opponents. Want to guess the percentage?
Recorded live before a global audience on June 10, 2022.
What are the consequences to the country of a man who can’t marshal his focus on the job?
To protect and serve? Sean Bickings jumped in Tempe Town Lake and started to swim away from police. The headlines say cops did nothing but watch him drown.
Strapping a pulse jet engine to a go kart, Bob Maddox grabs a selfie stick and jams the accelerator until his rocket engine glows rich orange, his beard flaps like a flag as he grins into the wind.
Moving Back to America, Week in Review: May 18 – June 2, 2022
It’s not just the freedom of information Starlink may provide to the kept masses of the Chinese Communist party, but the potential Pentagon use of the satellites as a deterrent to Chinese ballistic missiles.