Partisan hack attorney Gloria Allred takes a major pratfall on the Roy Moore imbroglio. Why won't Allred immediately release the 1977 high school "yearbook" to independent investigators? Is Allred having an honesty issue in front of all the cameras? We consider the nuances around the suspicious yearbook signature -- and its mysterious "D.A." appellation -- and conclude that grounds for skepticism towards Moore's accusers are growing. Meanwhile, an embittered Hillary Clinton continues to question the "legitimacy" of the 2016 election, raising her hypocrisy levels to new realms of glory. Fending off potential DOJ investigations into Uranium One, Hillary now raises the specter of "dictatorship" in America. Does this individual still possess any kind of a soul? Plus, we listen to Juanita Broaddrick describe the belated "epiphany" from Democrats following decades of their sanctioning Clintonian pathologies. Also, we commemorate the opening of the "Johnny Cash Trail" near Folsom Prison in California. Callers defend Roy Moore en masse. With Music from Eros Ramazzotti, Nicole Sherzinger, Hercules & Love Affair. Sacred Song from Johnny Cash.
Blue Collar wages have "begun to rocket" across America. The Trump Economy gathers impressive momentum, exports are surging, and Conrad Black rates Trump as already "the most effective U.S. president since Ronald Reagan." New polling data has Trump's popularity climbing to 46%, possibly confirming the suspected impotence of our Hostile Media. We are coming to sense that, in spite of it all, the good news is starting to sink in with the American people. Plus, we visit with Paterfamilias John Andrews about prospects for GOP tax reform, the Colorado governor's race, and the intertwined fates of Al Franken and Roy Moore. How sincere are Democratic revisionists regarding their novel approaches to Clinton misogyny? A form of cheap grace? Also, we consider the politics of Thanksgiving and the inevitable Leftist demagogueries on taxes. Callers defend Roy Moore and we offer Music from Joe Walsh, Heart, Helene Fischer and Eric Church.
Opening Monologue. Senator Al Franken, self-described "Giant of the Senate," is accused of sexual harassment by former model Leeann Tweeden. Establishment machinations against Roy Moore are temporarily derailed by the news, which happens to include photographic evidence. Some say Franken has apologized, but we're not so sure. We listen to an emotional interview from Ms. Tweeden and sample some speeches from Franken on the floor of the Senate. Should he resign? How sound are the predictable Establishment defenses of Franken? Meanwhile, we contemplate the heavy duty "Bad Karma" of the Left, which seems intent on stepping on every rake in sight. Unintended consequences of the forces of hate? How many more shall thus bite the dust? Also, we offer an NFL kneeling update with the hot new Neal McCoy song "Take a Knee My Ass." Plus, our tribute to the departed country singer Mel Tillis. With Listener Calls & Music via Green Day, John Lennon, Queen, Juice Newton, Neal McCoy and Mel Tillis.
The Perfect Hoax. We examine new revelations from the Air Force Academy that their recent "racist graffiti" incident was all a hoax -- and was used by the Media to unfairly bash President Trump. Will CNN and the Washington Post soon apologize? We review a long list of Media Hoaxes on racial themes and offer insight into this particularly insidious form of modern propaganda. We suggest skepticism is more than warranted moving forward. But will the "Big Lie" prevail anyhow? Meanwhile, Donna Brazile keeps pushing against the Hillary Clinton "cult" of joylessnes, and Cynthia Coffman enters the race for Colorado Governor. Also, our notes on Harvey Weinstein's twisted "army of spies" and the bizarre "middle dot" language revolution proposed by French feminists. Plus, our take on the formidable 840-horsepower Dodge Demon muscle car. Should it be banned? With Listener Calls & Music via Little Big Town, Alice In Chains, Junior Brown and Louane. Sacred Song from George Jones.
The Fusion GPS Trump Dossier: "One of the Dirtiest Political Tricks in U.S. History." So argues Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal -- and she would be right. We discuss the Dossier, the Virginia election, and the fate of Judge Roy Moore with guest Jennifer Kerns on board a train in the Acela Corridor. Dirty tricks aside, why are Democrats observing a dramatic plunge in their generic approval ratings? Meanwhile, Steve Bannon responds to the coordinated attacks on Roy Moore by blasting "Republican scumbags" like Paul Singer and Sen. Mitch McConnell and promising "we are not backing down one inch." The season of war within the Republican Party continues, and exacerbates. With Listener Calls & Music via Olivia Newton-John, The Kingsmen and Saint Etienne.
Opening Monologue. The Establishment orchestrates a "political hit" on Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore. Media feeding frenzy ensues. Should voters accept the Washington Post account of unwholesome events from decades ago? Are there solid grounds for skepticism? We sample Moore's responses to the allegations leveled against him. Callers weigh in. Plus, a review of the new movie Thor: Ragnarock. With Music from AC/DC, George Strait, Led Zeppelin and Dwight Yoakam.
Making America Home Again. A look at the expanding Trump Economy and increasing optimism towards pursuing the American Dream. President Trump goes on offense against Sen. Chuck Schumer's "Diversity Visa Lottery" in the aftermath of ISIS truck terror in New York City. A hypocritical Schumer, playing last-ditch defense, decries Trump's "politicizing" of immigration issues. Meanwhile, we make note of the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution and explore "Communism's Bloody Century." We ponder why so many American millenials seem favorably disposed towards Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin. Are they unaware that communism has claimed at least 65 million lives since 1917? What systemic failures in America's education system have allowed for such historical illiteracy? Could some Friedrich Hayek help? Meanwhile, we survey the upcoming election for Governor in Virginia, where the stakes are high for nervous Democrats. If they lose, could they be facing their own civil war? Will Democrats be able to recover from their infamous 'racist black pickup' backfire? With Listener Calls & Music via the Smithereens, Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison. Sacred Song from Reba McEntire.
A visit with Jennifer Kerns on Donna Brazile, Fusion GPS, the Trump Dossier, the Virginia Governor's Race, prospects for Tax Reform and the amazing series of Democratic backfires. Also, an extended discourse on the enduring ineptitude of the Bush Dynasty. The former Presidents Bush claim, in a new book, that President Trump is "blowing up" the Republican Party. And so we ask: How do they still not realize that Trump has been saving the GOP from the disatrous presidency of George W. Bush? We conclude it is time for the Bushes to be ushered off the stage. Meanwhile, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner suffers a dramatic plunge in popularity, Rep. Mike Coffman gains a primary opponent, and Tom Tancredo enters the race for Colorado Governor. Plus, leftist journalists "body shame" White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and the disgraced Anthony Weiner finally goes to jail. Also, Papa John's CEO John Schnatter blasts the NFL for declining pizza sales and legendary broadcaster Vin Scully says he "will never watch another NFL game." With Listener Calls & Music via R.E.M., the Wreckers and Oasis.
Opening Monologue. Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile turns against her own party, creating a nightmare scenario for Democrats in their attempts to hold the fragile "Obama Coalition" together. The African-American Brazile describes being treated like a "slave" by the Hillary Clinton campaign, outlines how Hillary's "wobbly on her feet" health problems affected the campaign, and accuses her fellow Democrats of rigging their 2016 primary against Bernie Sanders. For good measure, Brazile tells her current critics to "go to hell." Stunned establishmentarian David Brooks manages to pile on by saying "our elites really do stink." Meanwhile, Special Counsel Robert Mueller coughs up a dud, the Bush family attacks President Trump, and we speculate on Jeff Sessions' status as Attorney General. Also, we sketch preliminary news reports of the mass-shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. With Listener Calls & Music via Social Distortion, Jamey Johnson, George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Sheryl Crow.
The Style of Sovereignty. What it looks like to drain the Republican side of the swamp. Senators Flake and Corker make an exit, media figures express great anguish. Populist nationalists appear to be taking over the GOP, but Gov. John Kasich denies the present reality. Vice President Mike Pence comes to Denver, offers high praise for Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Mike Coffman. But do they truly deserve it? Meanwhile, Mike Huckabee criticizes Robert Mueller, and as the Russian Narrative boomerangs back on the Democrats, we replay the hysterical Leftist reactions to Don Trump Jr.'s meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya. Plus, we continue delving into Fusion GPS and the Trump Dossier via the pedigree of former British spy Christopher Steele, who trained under Sir John Scarlett, the individual who helped bring Britain into the Iraq War with his claims that Saddam Hussein had powerful WMD's ready to deploy. Same networks used by the neoconservative Washington Free Beacon as connected to Iraq War propagandist Bill Kristol? More Deep State details. With Listener Calls & Music via Chris Stapleton, Keely Smith, George Jones and The Beatles.