Team Mueller Blows Up BuzzFeed. Yet another Russian bombshell backfires on the MSM, making them look rather foolish after their full day of calling for Trump's "impeachment." Whoopsies. We offer amusing details on what CNN's Jeffrey Toobin candidly describes as "a bad day for us." NBC's Chuck Todd tries to stay on offense, attacking those blaming "all media" in the aftermath. The olde "pounce" propaganda technique. But why did Mueller do it? We offer two plausible ignoble theories. Meanwhile, America continues to survive its longest Government Shutdown. Almost like it's no big deal, actually. Callers offer high praise for Trump's cancellation of Speaker Pelosi's international travel plans. Congressional baggage gets returned. A tremendous shot in the arm for GOP voters. We suggest conservative intellectuals should step away from their lofty abstractions and start engaging in "the sandbox" as well. Fighting Democrats on their own terms. Plus, leftists suffer meltdown over Trump's "fast food" White House offering for Clemson Tigers footballers. Humorless CNN objects to Trump's "salad" joke while turning a blind eye to the over-the-top rhetorical vulgarities of Democratic Representatives Tlaib and Ocasio-Cortez. Also, sketching the weird passion of weak Republicans for denouncing their fellow Republicans. Virtue Signals. Fica Tudo Bem. Brazilian Disco. Hiilawe. With Listener Calls & Music via Anitta, Silva, Sigrid and Tia Carrere.
Opening Monologues. A Week of Amazing MSM Faceplants. The Leftists at BuzzFeed serve up another bogus story of Russian Collusion, only to get shot down by none other than Robert Mueller. Embarrassed media personages spend the weekend digging out. However, they soon manage to go all-in on yet another Fake News story, alleging a handful of Covington Catholic Prep School students disrespected a Native American tribal "elder" at the March for Life rally. But it turns out it didn't happen, and the events were actually the other way around. Is the prejudiced, intolerant media targeting high school kids for wearing MAGA hats? Sure looks like it. We marvel over the hate-filled pathologies of our increasingly disturbed mainstream media. How brainwashable are the connoisseurs of their nonsense? How much more can the masses take? The real-world effects of delusion. Meanwhile, on account of the ongoing Government Shutdown, President Trump cancels Speaker Pelosi's plans to travel abroad on a U.S. military airplane. Totally brilliant move, we say. Could Chuck & Nancy be using their "Shutdown Narrative" as a distraction from the real SpyGate bombshells? Trump wants to negotiate -- but the Democrats really want their Shutdown. Plus, the Gilets Jaunes of France mark their 10th consecutive week of protesting the Globalist Macron. Don't Believe What They Say. Love Is All Around. The Songs of 1975. With Listener Calls & Music via R.E.M., Zara Larsson, Autour de Lucie, Paul Simon and The Pirouettes.
President Trump's Non-Stop Political War for Survival. Luckily, a war he can win. Can our corrupt Ruling Class be overthrown peacefully? We may be finding out soon enough. We thoroughly debunk the latest gratuitous New York Times faux-bombshell regarding the FBI's counterintelligence investigation into Trump. Caught red-handed, the FBI now attempts to justify its egregious activities by claiming they suspected Trump was "working for Russia." The stated FBI rationales for their suspicions are so pathetic and so paltry as to be nonexistent. Deep State malfeasance -- and incompetence -- has risen to new levels. Devin Nunes and Tucker Carlson respond appropriately. Trump calls the NYT story "a great insult." Meanwhile, we also debunk a new Washington Post story claiming Trump "concealed details" of his face-to-face meetings with Putin. We analyze Strobe Talbott's blatantly hypocritical paranoia herein. Could it be the U.S. Foreign Policy Establishment has been having a hard time "manipulating" Trump? We contemplate the weird Deep State frenzies over Trump communicating with Putin. Plus, we detail multiple specific Trump policies that have been extremely tough on Russia. Zero compromise here, folks. Also, sampling Trump's high energy interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro. Good genes, FISA declassification and exposing corruption about certain people that "nobody ever thought possible." Tantalizing. Happy Warriors. The declining health of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Macron's French police now carrying machine guns against Gilets Jaunes protestors. Anti-war Hawaiian Democrat Tulsi Gabbard running for president -- big headaches ahead for the Democratic War Party. Coda: The Breckenridge Nordic Center celebrates its 50th Anniversary with lederhosen and a Swiss alpenhorn. With Listener Calls & Music via The Texas Tornados, R.E.M. and Tia Carrere. Sacred Song from Alan Jackson.
Reasserting American Sovereignty. Demolishing the Administrative State. A visit with Julie Ponzi, Senior Editor of American Greatness. Charting a path forward for what was once known as The Conservative Movement. Where did our old think tanks drop the ball? Were they successful at conserving much of anything? Our notes on the timely demise of The Weekly Standard. Meanwhile, President Trump stands on the verge of a much needed "twofer" victory on border security and the Democratic "shutdown strategy." We listen to Trump discuss the "humanitarian crisis" on the border along with related "national security" vulnerabilities. Should Trump simply declare a "national emergency" and have the U.S. Military build The Wall? Not quite yet, he says, but it may happen soon. Plus, seeing through The Matrix. MSM propaganda hitting a fever pitch -- which is what it's supposed to look like when the swamp is getting drained. Also, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin's landmark debut album. How Many More Times. With Listener Calls & Music via Kenny Chesney, Led Zeppelin and Nina Simone.
Opening Monologues. High Noon on the Government Shutdown. The full-throttle showdown we've been needing, right here and right now. America First v. America Last. President Trump steadfast for Strong Border Security, as embalmed Democrats Chuck & Nancy offer their stiff, wooden defense of Wide Open Borders. Who will flinch first? A significant plurality of the American People see a "crisis" on the Southern Border. We're on the right side of history, and we can win this one. Trump approvals reaching all-time highs. MSM applying pressure to Establishment Republicans, who need to realize they're sealing their doom if they cave -- Republican voters not in the mood for RINO caving. Is Sen. Cory Gardner aware of this? Meanwhile, CNN's Jim Acosta strolls the border with his Selfie Stick. CNN's uncaring Ana Navarro files her nails on live television, during a discussion of illegal alien criminality. Plus, narrative engineers at CNN rebuff a San Diego television reporter for describing the effectiveness of Border Walls. Democrats walking the plank? With Listener Calls & Music via Cat Stevens, Chris Cornell, Dwight Yoakam and the Electric Light Orchestra.
Twisted GOP Dynamics. An attempt to explain why big ticket Republican Establishment Losers have kept on attacking President Trump for his winning ways. McCain, Romney and Ryan. We venture beyond mere psychosis and pettiness unto the deeper realms of political illusion. What if -- up until Trump broke through -- our whole political system had become a bogus, rigged contrivance? A racket? We examine how Unelected Elites had very nearly devised an electoral system such that they could not lose, and could in fact win by losing with controlled opposition. Experts at offering false hope to the masses, at channeling nationalist GOP Base energy down dead end rabbit hole "investigations." From muzzling the Tea Party to muzzling the MAGA Movement, we dissect ongoing Establishment Games. Meanwhile, we review Brandon Weichert's American Greatness essay "The Conservative Coward Caucus." We sample Tucker Carlson's brilliant diatribe against the out of touch Ruling Class. Globalists destroying the Golden Goose, mistaking market capitalism for a religion, provoking a now furious rebellion from their subjects. Normal Americans seeking a fair, decent and cohesive country. Families First. The secret to staving off Socialism. Escalating tensions in France, the Gilets Jaunes still protesting the besieged unpopular Macron. The toujours l'audace of Georges Danton. Plus, bidding musical farewell to "The Captain" of Captain & Tennille. Love Will Keep Us Together. Dia De Enero. With Listener Calls & Music via Shakira and the Monkees. Sacred Song from Johnny Cash.
The Disgusting Mitt Romney. Our unflattering review of the chronic opportunism of this unprincipled, overrated political loser. From former Democrat to Reagan-bashing "independent" all the way to "severe conservative" in 2012. Now a self-serving Establishment critic of President Trump. Walks like a penguin. We sample Tucker Carlson's epic Romney takedown. Meanwhile, Trump holds an informal "copter" press conference to address the Shutdown, the tragic loss of police officer Ronil Singh to an illegal alien, and the solemn duty to protect the American people. As usual -- a crisp, competent presser. Great new data on job creation, as the MAGA Economy continues to grow at a seemingly "unstoppable" pace. Plus, the tone deaf Elizabeth "Pocahontas" Warren goes to Iowa to explore her presidential prospects. We ponder the potential for Pelosi & Schumer to be beneficial to Trump in 2020, in spite of themselves. The perfect foils? Former Speaker Paul Ryan bows out at 12 percent approvals. How does that even happen? Additional commentary on the wiltage of Sen. Cory Gardner. Happy Warriors. With Listener Calls & Music via Van Morrison, Sia, Courtney Barnett and the Cowboy Junkies.
Opening Monologues. The Wall Is Coming. President Trump holds fast on border security, standing up to the Democrats' weird passion for Open Borders. Sadly, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner becomes the first Republican to wilt on The Wall, quickly caving to the partisan demands of Pelosi & Schumer. Sure didn't take long for our own Sen. Gardner to renew his Coward Caucus credentials. Callers weigh in with unanimous excoriation. Wilting won't save America. Republicans need audacious, courageous leadership these days -- not timid status quo calculations. Meanwhile, we review the first 36 Hours of Democratic leadership in the House, which included extreme profanity, a bid to eliminate the Electoral College, considerable talk of impeachment and a proposal to raise taxes to 70 percent. No "civility" in sight. Plus, Mueller is Forever. Also, notes on overcoming the tired olde "Shutdown Tactic" and our vignettes on swordplay. With Listener Calls & Music via Dwight Yoakam, Eric Church, Neil Sedaka, Autour de Lucie and some neglected gems from Tom Petty.
America First Conservatism for 2019. A Declaration of Independence from our Bureaucratic Dictatorship. Victor Davis Hanson on Ruling Class Incompetence & Elite Contempt for the Masses. World Peace under President Trump. The "Six Ways From Sunday" Crowd. Still hoping for Declassification. The Frenchman in the Barrel. With Listener Calls & Music via Clare Dunn, The Beatles, Julio Iglesias and Paul McCartney. Dr. Matt Dunn guest-hosting a Special Edition of the Peter Boyles Show.