Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Jan 24, 2016 - Hr 3

January 24, 2016

Is today's "conservative establishment" becoming irrelevant? Although Trump dominates the polling data, could Rubio finally "surge" if more candidates drop out? We discuss with Jennifer Kerns, Beltway Correspondent. Should Megyn Kelly recuse herself from the next GOP Debate? Why does Fox News commentator Jessie Watters say Trump is "the most conservative guy" in the race? We listen to Patrick Buchanan's thoughts on preserving "the country we grew up in." Meanwhile, from our "Conservative Pundit Graveyard" we listen to a stricken George Will say it's "too late" to stop Trump, and a quivering David Brooks advise the Establishment not to "panic." Also, we review the impressive "total competence" of the Trump campaign -- seemingly the best energy, crowds, branding, strategy and connection with voters. Not bad for a political novice. Will all of such translate into landslide Trump victories? If Trump takes Iowa, does anything stop him? With sacred music and listener calls.