With Jennifer Kerns, Beltway Correspondent, we assess the present state of the GOP Primary. Are there any questions about the “integrity” of the process at present? How thoroughly is the Establishment undermining Donald Trump? Could Speaker Paul Ryan emerge from Cleveland as the GOP nominee? What can we expect from next week’s GOP convention in Colorado? Also, we listen to a speech from Stephen Miller, Senior Policy Advisor to Donald Trump. Is Ted Cruz a Globalist? In reality, is Cruz what he seems to be on trade and immigration issues? Why did Ronald Reagan leverage tariffs on Japanese motorcycles in 1983? Would a “conservative” have done such a thing to save Harley-Davidson? With music and listener calls.
We discuss “The Chalkening” epidemic now afflicting college campuses across America. Should college students who write pro-Trump messages in chalk be allowed to do so? Should that form of potentially “oppressive” expression be suitably restricted by campus authorities? Moreover, we ask, would it be proper to have chalk itself be banned? Also, we review the latest information on dynamics between former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields and Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Are the Sunday Shows elevating the discourse by devoting such extensive attention to the issue? Was Trump right to stay loyal to Lewandowski? Also, we make inquiries into the nature of the vitriol directed against Trump supporters by ostensibly “conservative” commentators. How to explain it? Plus, we explore the concept of a non-candidate emerging from the Cleveland GOP Convention as the GOP nominee. How well would that go over with disenfranchised Republican voters? With music and listener calls.