Democrats Draw 'Red Line' on Declassification. Adam Schiff sends frantic letter to "the nation's spy chiefs" hoping to choke AG Barr's ability to declassify. At the minimum, Pencilneck Schiff wants to know which freight trains are headed his way, and when. Obstruction? Former AG Michael Mukasey tells Maria Bartiromo there's "a lot of nervous people in Washington" and that he "absolutely" expects accountability on SpyGate. Mukasey vouches for John Durham and Nora Dannehy, the U.S. Attorneys investigating the "origins" of Crossfire Hurricane. Meanwhile, where the heck is Chuck Schumer? We apply our patented "Schumer Index" to recent developments. When Schumer stays away from the microphones, you know something big and bad is coming down the pike for Democrats. Notes on piercing The Matrix. Red Pill Trump has exposed massive Deep State corruption. A noble legacy already. John Wick. Jon Voight and Heat. The Wall of Death. With Listener Calls & Music via R.E.M., Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Rage Against the Machine.
Opening Monologues. The Jive Hour. Attorney General Barr says "things are just not jiving" on SpyGate. AG Barr asking all the right questions, says the official explanations he's been receiving are not "at all satisfactory." Shivers in the Beltway. Adam Schiff pens a desperate letter. The Squeeze Is ON. Meanwhile, great new numbers on the MAGA Economy as Trump's approvals reach all time highs in the Harvard-Harris poll. A stunning 71% of Americans say the economy is "strong" or "very strong." The Magic Wand. President Trump too popular to Impeach. We review the Fake News kerfuffle on "nasty" Duchess Meghan Markle. The decline and fall of George Will and Peggy Noonan. Establishment Toadies. Jive Talkin'. Jump, Jive, An' Wail. Willie and the Hand Jive. With Listener Calls & Music via Louis Prima, Creed, Bee Gees and Eric Clapton.
The American Civil War. Already happening? Democrats toy with Impeachment. Their next boomerang. John Cleese stands up for Old England. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio guest-hosting the Chuck & Julie program.
The AG Barr Interview. The right man in the right place at the right time. Trump announces Tariffs on Mexico. Baby Shark. Matt Dunn guest-hosting the Chuck & Julie program.
Opening Monologues. Mueller's Disgrace. High Stakes on SpyGate. Deep State sitting on powder keg of malfeasance. Worse than we thought. Democrats seek 'Red Line' on Declassification. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio guest-hosting the Chuck & Julie Show.
A Dangerous Hour for America. The Deep State is cornered by Declassification. How will they react? How will they retaliate? Six Ways From Sunday. The rats are jumping off the sinking SpyGate ship. President Trump Talks Treason. And for good reason. Additional notes on Treason from Liz Cheney and Dan Bongino. America's Best President Since Abraham Lincoln. Backbone Radio's Matt Dunn guest-hosting for Chuck & Julie on Memorial Day.
What Holds A Nation Together. How to sustain our noble republic. Callers weigh in on Memorial Day. Opening salvos on the concept of Treason. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio guest-hosting the Chuck & Julie Show.
Opening Monologues. Towards a philosophy of war, from Ancient Greece and Rome to the present day. The Human Condition. Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum. Honoring Our Fallen Soldiers. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio fills in for Chuck & Julie on this Memorial Day Edition.
Trump Goes to Japan. Sits ringside at a Sumo Wrestling event, awards 60-pound trophy to the Sumo Grand Champion. Signs of a healthy American alliance with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, especially as regards problematic trade relations with China. Sadly, MSM columnist Ian Bremmer makes up false quotes in an attempt to undermine Trump abroad. Why no apology from Bremmer? Meanwhile, courageous Hollywood actor Jon Voight pronounces Trump "the greatest President since Abraham Lincoln." Democrat Nancy Pelosi stammers through a speech. Democrat Jerry Nadler falls ill on stage. Creepy leftist lawyer Michael Avenatti gets charged with stealing from client Stormy Daniels, could face 404 years in prison. Also, we discuss the "dangerous times" we face in the Declassification aftermath. How will the Deep State react to the real prospect of accountability? What will they do when cornered, with no way out? We study CIA John Brennan's "palpably distressed and angry" response to Trump's Declassification Directive. Apparently, Brennan prefers to have the CIA as a government unto itself. Why does he still hold a Security Clearance? Also, British PM Theresa May resigns. Another globalist goes down. Major victories across the Europe for nationalist leaders in EU Parliament elections. Plus, Devin Nunes unveils the "Joseph di Gabriele" pseudonym for Joseph Mifsud. Historical vignettes on Sumo Wrestling. With Listener Calls & Music via the Black Crowes, Foo Fighters and Dr. Dre. Sacred Song from Jerry Lee Lewis.
Trump Calls It Treason. Responding to a reporter's loaded question, President Trump stuns the Beltway by outlining the treasonous activities of SpyGate plotters who "unsuccessfully tried to take down the wrong person." We review the ensuing meltdown from sundry MSM personages, who complain wildly despite their past two years accusing Trump of "collusion" with Russia. Faux Establishment scholar Jon Meacham offers a fact-free discourse on Monarchy, complete with charges of McCarthyism. We review the Deep State's arguments against Declassification, which turn out to be surprisingly weak. Oh yes, they're scared now. The NYT's Maggie Haberman sounds uncharacteristically chastened, while the NYT's Nick Confessore appears altogether aghast. MSNBC's Joe Scarborough goes for the "autocrat" accusation while calling for the impeachment of AG Barr. Looks like they're gonna go down swinging. So how high does it all go? Quoting John Lennon, we suggest "the toppermmost of the poppermost." As in, all the way. Meanwhile, Devin Nunes summarizes the IC's extreme abuses of power, having used their tools designed for terrorists against candidate and President Donald Trump. Plus, vignettes on Goethe and The Founders. With Listener Calls & Music via Muse, the Rolling Stones and Porter Wagoner.