They're Coming for the Cows. The Democrats of the "Green New Deal" pledge to eliminate air travel, cars and cows within the next ten years. While also guaranteeing government jobs for all Americans. We marvel at the environmental fanaticism -- and total incompetence -- now on display from Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. NBC's Chuck Todd gets sarcastic, and most cows remain skeptical. Meanwhile, President Trump Stands Up to Socialism. Draws damning portrait of the failed state of Venezuela, then vows in his well-received SOTU that "America will never be a socialist country." Our notes on the genius of the American Founding, which has long-forestalled the totalitarian collectivization of our republic. Meanwhile, we chronicle major new developments in SpyGate. Photographs emerge of Democrat Adam Schiff consorting with Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS in Aspen. Senator Richard Burr admits there is "no evidence" of Russian collusion. Lou Dobbs blasts Paul Ryan's inexcusable "betrayal" of President Trump. Reporter John Solomon claims "real accountability" is coming soon to SpyGate, and that he knows for sure Trump will soon 'declassify' all the documents. Solomon also outlines Mueller's own checkered history of FISA Abuse, and we ponder potential "leverage" over Mueller vis-a-vis the DOJ's re-opening of the Jeffrey Epstein investigation. Plus, a Florida politician resigns over accusations of "licking men's faces" -- but still no Democratic resignations in Virginia. Also, a mountain lion "pounces" on a Colorado trail runner. With Listener Calls & Music via Eros Ramazzotti, Al Green, Louane, Eagles, George Harrison and Norman Greenbaum.
Democrats already blasting fellow Democrats in their nascent presidential primary. Evidence emerges of Elizabeth Warren claiming "American Indian" status on her 1986 application to the State Bar of Texas. In her own handwriting, no less. Last "pow wow" for Cherokee Liz? Also, Democrat Amy Klobuchar faces multiple reports of longstanding belligerent behaviors towards her own staffers. From 'Minnesota Nice' to Minnesota Nasty? Meanwhile, MSM attempts to extricate Virginia Democrats from their unfortunate conundra over the Klan, blackface and charges of sexual assault. CBS interviews Gov. Ralph Northam, determines his groveling to be sufficient. But will the "white" Democrats stay in office while the "black" Democrat goes? We relearn the dictum that the PC Police exist solely to punish opponents of Establishment Power. Our case study of MSM propaganda towards those ends. An exercise in hypocrisy-mitigation. Plus, new scientific research reveals Millennials prefer pop music from the Classic Rock era above and beyond the "bland, homogenous pop of today." With Listener Calls & Music via Northern Wind, Paul McCartney, Aerosmith, John Lennon, Player, George Strait, Muse, Cesaria Evora and Gigi D'Alessio.
Opening Monologues. The Best Good Week for MAGA. President Trump's Masterpiece State of the Union Address. Proud to be an American. Cultish Democrats fall into a frenzy of primal extremism, pushing open borders and confiscatory socialist taxation and outright infanticide. Conrad Black outlines the "present mutated and degraded form" of the Democratic Party. Anticipating the "next shutdown" as the Left seeks to change the subject. Meanwhile, Trump's "good genes" pass another medical physical as he hits 5-0 Approvals, again overcoming the relentless MSM Propaganda apparatus. How exasperated are the media types now? Democrats take turns cliff-diving in Virginia, WaPo Oligarch Jeff Bezos hits a strange rough patch and we learn more about the real resume of Cherokee Liz Warren. The grand "Green New Deal" of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez lands with a thud. Is AOC the GOP's best secret weapon? Plus, the Military Industrial Complex fights against the Trump Peace Train. Also, an alleged public appearance from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But no photos. With Listener Calls & Music via Cat Stevens, Johnny Cash, Dwight Yoakam, The Shins, Daft Punk, Fitz & The Tantrums, the Black-Eyed Peas, Eric Church and Mort Stevens.
SpyGate Percolates. Another bad week for Democrat Adam Schiff. New information emerges about Bruce & Nellie Ohr, the "connective tissue" of Obama Era surveillance abuse. Catherine Herridge on Fusion GPS and Spy Christopher Steele. FBI's Bill Priestap throws James Comey under the bus. Maria Bartiromo interviews Rep. Jim Jordan on Adam Schiff's struggles with the truth. Commentators Conrad Black, Mark Penn and Jonathan Turley review Mueller's Madness. Alas, so much depends upon AG nominee William Barr. Meanwhile, the Military Industrial Complex rebukes President Trump for attempting to put an end to America's "endless wars." Sen. Rand Paul defends POTUS. Rep. Dan Crenshaw says "walls work" at the southern border of Texas. Democrats continue their extreme self-unmasking. Not a pretty sight. Howard Schultz 2020 -- A Coffee In Every Pot. Also, extended vignettes on Colorado Backcountry Skiing. High country adventures around the 10th Mountain Huts. Powder and Blizzards and Vikings. With Listener Calls & Music via Joan Jett, Steve Miller, Skvalthr, Folket Bortafor Nordavinden and Joey Ramone. Sacred Song from Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash.
Democratic Governor Ralph Northam still clinging to power in Virginia. Ignoring calls to resign, and now denying his presence in the infamous 1984 yearbook photo. How long will this go on? Can Democratic propaganda narratives survive the Northam scenario? Tucker Carlson blasts the Bezos Washington Post in the aftermath, and we sample a CNN panel lamenting Northam's unfortunate political "timing." Inappropriate Circumstances, perhaps. Meanwhile, massive fentanyl bust at the Southern Border, and an illegal alien is charged with quadruple homicide in Nevada. But Wall Denying Democrats remain unmoved. Plus, alarming Democratic approaches to late-term abortion in New York and Virginia. Infanticide v. the culture of respect for life. The principled civil libertarianism of Alan Dershowitz. The fascist tactics of Robert Mueller. Also, a superb xylophone solo. With Listener Calls & Music via The Beatles, Rita Ora and Starbuck.
Opening Monologues. What A Fool Believes. Democrat Governor Ralph "Coonman" Northam, of Virginia, finds himself in a tight spot. A yearbook photo emerges of Northam either in "blackface" or decked out in a KKK costume. Bizarrely, Northam's wife prevents him from doing a Michael Jackson "moonwalk" at a press conference. Will he resign? Meanwhile, yet another Whiff from Pencilneck Schiff. Questioning Mueller's mental stability. Colorado Senate Democrats vote to nix the Electoral College in favor of popular vote. Constitutional? Colorado Senator Cory Gardner offers an "early and warm endorsement" of President Trump's reelection campaign. Democrat Mike Johnston announces his challenge to Gardner in 2020, and Mike Coffman plans a bid for Mayor of Aurora. Vignettes on a Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins pop song from 1979. Host hot takes on Super Bowl LIII. The MAGA Patriots v. Wade Phillips' Rams. With Listener Calls & Music via Michael Jackson, the Doobie Brothers and Engelbert Humperdinck.
The Precious "Norms" of Establishment Power. FBI Director Christopher Wray suddenly decides to speak, launching a weird "angry" diatribe against the Government Shutdown. But good grief -- where has Wray's wrath been with regard to all the 7th Floor FBI corruption under Comey & McCabe? We sample Rep. Devin Nunes' morning visit with Maria Bartiromo on the next levels of SpyGate accountability. Why is the Mueller "Scope Memo" still such a big secret? More interview transcripts to be released next week. Could Mueller's current theatrics be the designated distraction for events quietly breaking against the Deep State? Meanwhile, after re-opening the government, President Trump vows to find a way to Build The Wall. We sample RNC audio about the success of the "wall" on the borders of Israel. Why won't Chuck Schumer & Nancy Pelosi allow the same for America? Plus, our coda on the MSM's inexcusable treatment of the Covington Catholic high school kids. We add context on "facecrime" from George Orwell's 1984. CNN's Brian Stelter looks for an escape hatch, while CNN's self-absorbed Kirsten Powers claims the 'real victims' of the episode are the journalists. The MSM got the whole "smirk" thing all wrong, and Covington Kids' attorney Robert Barnes has lawsuits in the offing. Also, Bruce Springsteen says Trump will win again in 2020. Anniversary Song. With Listener Calls & Music via the Cowboy Junkies and Bruce Springsteen. Sacred Song from Dwight Yoakam.
Gestapo Tactics from Goose Egg Mueller. A guns-drawn, predawn raid of Roger Stone's home in Florida. No less than 29 members of a SWAT team in full tactical gear, with armored vehicles, amphibious vehicles and a helicopter overhead. All topped off by a convenient CNN Ride-Along. Quite the fascist production for the arrest of the 66-year-old Stone, now in the fight of his life. We sample Stone's defiant interviews with George Stephanopoulos and Tucker Carlson. Has Mueller become an out-of-control fanatic? Poll data suggests public opinion souring on the Special Counsel. Meanwhile, legal scholars Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Turley marvel at the total lack of Russian "collusion" alleged in the Stone indictment. Maybe that should be the real headline here? Plus, notes on the Deep State talent for Shadow-Casting. Hope against hope for AG Nominee William Barr. Where's AAG Whitaker? Alec Baldwin signs up for an Anger Management class -- but will there be ample parking nearby? Why don't celebrities move to Venezuela? Take On Me. With Listener Calls & Music via Gary Numan, Eric Church and Weezer.
Opening Monologues. Sharing the Country. Can it be done anymore? Trump Derangement Syndrome overtakes our institutions. Mueller goes full fascist on Roger Stone. Backstabbing Republican Party Establishment blinks on the Shutdown. Colorado Senator Cory Gardner flakes first -- impressive Profile in Cowardice. Callers weigh in with trenchant critiques of our ostensibly Republican Senator. Tired of GOPe games. Seeking an honest new Republican Party with a healthy new crop of Republican leaders. Meanwhile, Speaker Pelosi's "unfavorables" skyrocket during the Shutdown. Covington Kids thoroughly abused by the MSM, guilty of Orwellian Facecrime. Andrew Sullivan and the language of Civil War. Che Guevara Time? The UK Daily Telegraph apologizes for lying about First Lady Melania. The Fate of RBG. With Listener Calls & Music via Van Halen, Elastica and The White Stripes.
Approaching Accountability on SpyGate. Recently released testimony from DOJ Bruce Ohr undermines longstanding Deep State posturing on FISA Abuse. Major new revelations of corruption within Obama's FBI. Bad week for Democrats Adam Schiff and Jim Himes, now exposed for lying to the American people. We sample Rep. John Ratcliffe's morning interview with Maria Bartiromo, which covers all the bases. Can the MSM survive an "anticlimactic" report from Team Mueller? Can AG Nominee William Barr bring it all home? Meanwhile, President Trump hits 50 percent approvals from Latino voters. Mitt Romney reaches a near-majority of "unfavorables" from GOP voters. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez opines on morality, Speaker Pelosi discusses immorality. The amusing spectacle of the Democrat Bus going around in circles, before dropping them back off at home. Short trip for Pelosi, thanks to our savvy POTUS. Notes on the uselessness of conservative intellectuals remaining "above the fray." All those empty abstractions. Plus, vignettes on skiing heavy powder with small children in Colorado. Apres Ski with the Big Onions at Arapahoe Basin. Joey Ramone's punk rock tribute to Maria Bartiromo. Super Blood Wolf Moon, full lunar eclipse. With Listener Calls & Music via Lady Gaga, Astrid, The Hollies and The Ramones. Sacred Song tribute to Martin Luther King from The Chambers Brothers.