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Supplemental to Last Night

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Supplemental to Last Night

The live show was fun last night.  We marked a ten-year broadcast anniversary, and had a little discussion about all the white privilege that’s apparently running rampant on the campus of Evergreen University.    I promised y’all that I would post some video supporting that, and, mainly to trounce upon the wishes of the Evergreen Student Body, you will find some unedited footage embedded below.

Well, wasn’t that sweet?  The students of Evergreen have demanded that their school administrators somehow scrub the internet of this stuff, y’all.

Since it’s Friday, and we made y’all an on-air promise, I’m also including the Prager U. video that we talked about last night.   God Bless Prager University.

Nazi Pugs???

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Nazi Pugs???

Just when you think things can’t get any more weird.

Over in bonny Scotland, apparently you can be arrested for having a twisted sense of humor. A guy wanted to teach his girlfriend’s adorable pug to do the must un-adorable thing he could think of. So, he taught the cute little dog to Nazi salute. Mean trick to play? Maybe. Not well thought out? Perhaps a case could be made. Criminal??? Come ON.

Rebel Media‘s Gavin McInnes has this fella on his show and all I can say is hilarity ensued. You’re Welcome…Oh man

Live Show Preview

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Live Show Preview

Tonight’s Honest Answer Radio Show will be interesting.  I thought I’d share some of the things which are on the table for discussion; so here you go.

All cis-gendered white people, especially males, need to quit their jobs and make room for “oppressed minorities.”  At least, those are the sentiments expressed in this little gem.  I think, after reading the editorial, y’all will understand that Marty and I can’t pass this one by without comment.  Here are a couple of quotes from the piece.

Not to alarm you, but I probably want you to quit your job, or at least take a demotion. Statistically speaking, you are probably taking up room that should go to someone else. If you are a white cis man (meaning you identify as male and you were assigned male at birth) you almost certainly should resign from your position of power. That’s right, please quit. Too difficult? Well, as a first step, at least get off your hiring committee, your curriculum committee, and make sure you’re replaced by a woman of color or trans person. Don’t have any in your department?  HOW SHOCKING.

That’s how the editorial opens; but there is more…so much more.  To wit:

Most of us would not feel comfortable traipsing through a homeless shelter wearing $5,000 worth of accessories, and lighting money on fire. Instead of recognizing our unfair privileges, though, we just build walls around us and project our way of life as normal. Any story you tell about how you got where you are that doesn’t include land theft, profiting off of forced, unpaid labor, illegal occupation, murder, assault, theft, psychological and physical warfare, exploitation, and a culture of complicity is, you know, a lie. How are we going to fight for others when we think we are entitled to everything that was stolen for us?

This is not about shame or guilt. Those things are useless. This is about shifting perspective. I know you’re not going to quit your job, but I want you to understand that you should. And to understand that by keeping your job and your other unearned privileges, you are running a continued debt to marginalized people and you should always be seeking ways to pay us back.

So…yeah, we’ll be discussing that tonight.

Health care is still a big deal, y’all.  You may want to visit this link and bone up on Chuckie Schumer’s comments, because Marty and I have a few notes to give to Chuckie.

Of course we have to talk about the terrorist attacks in Manchester, England.  For an idea about the direction of our thinking on the subject, take a look at the embedded video.  Fair warning:  Sargon, in this video, gets a bit salty with his language, so you may want to cover your children’s delicate ears for this one.  You can be sure that both Marty and I are in total agreement with Sargon, salty language and all.  You know where to find us at 6pm Central tonight, y’all.

A Short, Relevant, Lesson in History

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

A Short, Relevant, Lesson in History

Because it drives the libtards nuts; and because it’s the truth, I thought I’d post this little gem from Prager U.  Of course, it ain’t us that need to be reminded of the history of the Democrats.  Maybe y’all should share this link with your Democrat friends and family; they are the ones who need the reminder, right?

Her Name Is…

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Her Name Is…

…Kate Bolduan.

On last night’s live show, Marty and I couldn’t come up with the name of the CNN host who had a meltdown when Navy SEAL Carl Higbie suggested that anonymous sources might not be as trustworthy as a source that comes out openly.  Here is the video, as I promised last night.  Enjoy, y’all.

Mr. Whittle Does It Again

Posted by on May 17, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Mr. Whittle Does It Again

First, watch the embedded video, from Bill Whittle’s YouTube Channel.  More after the break.

Second:  Subscribe to that channel, if you haven’t already done so.

I know that regular readers of this page are aware that I’ve posted lots of stuff from Bill Whittle over the years.  The fella has done great work, and entertained and informed Marty and I for quite a few years, now.  I know, also, that some of y’all have already subscribed to Bill’s YouTube channel, and follow his work, as well.  Today I’d like to make the case, for those of y’all who can afford it, to invest a small amount of cash to support Bill’s website.  I have reasons both altruistic and selfish for doing so.

The altruistic motivation for supporting Mr. Whittle is that it is very important to support Conservative content-creators every time we have a chance, y’all.  If we want to change the culture of our nation and return it to the values that we hold dear, then we need to support those on the front lines of the culture wars.  Sharing online content is one way to show support, but at times it is necessary to shell out some of our hard-earned cash, too.  When content-creators like Bill Whittle up their game by producing good content with high production value, we need to recognize that Bill’s costs have increased; and we should respond by helping, if we can.

I have selfish reasons for making this case, as I’ve mentioned.  Let me explain.

The artist being interviewed in the above segment was the guy responsible for the cool Anti-Democrat artwork that kept appearing around Los Angeles during the dark years of the Obama era.  I had no idea that the guy was a United States Marine, until today, when Bill Whittle’s interview with Sabo appeared in my YouTube feed.  My older brother, Greg, may he rest in peace, was also a United States Marine; and like a lot of y’all out there, there is a special place in my heart reserved for Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children.  I would not have known of Sabo’s connection to the USMC if Bill Whittle hadn’t brought it up; and it’s little revelations like that, which is only one of many that Whittle has brought out over the years, that provokes me to encourage more of the same.

I wouldn’t ask y’all to do anything that I’m not willing to do myself, so before writing this post, I went to Bill’s website and signed up for a basic membership.  It only cost me $9.95 a month, which is a small price to keep such excellent online programming coming.

The Delusions of a Smirking Socialist

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

The Delusions of a Smirking Socialist

I think we can all agree that when a political system causes a shortage of toilet paper, we are looking at a failed system, right?  Well…Tucker Carlson tries to point this out to a smirking young Socialist who just can’t seem to grasp that Venezuela is actually a fairly typical Socialist country.  Watch the video and observe closely; you WILL see this material again, y’all.

As Promised…

Posted by on May 12, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

As Promised…

…Here is the video that Marty and I talked about on last night’s live Honest Answer Radio Show.  A big thanks has to go to Bearing, the YouTuber who posted the video and commentary.  It takes a lot of fortitude to watch videos like this, day in and day out, but Bearing carries the load with aplomb.

And here’s a bonus video, which I also mentioned last night.  Oh, the awkwardness! Mark Dice takes Colbert apart in his commentary. Happy Friday, Y’all!

Fabio Fun Time

Posted by on May 5, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Fabio Fun Time

Yes, it’s Friday at last.  Today’s clip is one that the ladies will enjoy.  Last night, Tucker Carlson spoke to Fabio, the Italian immigrant and model, who proves to be more than just a pretty face.  Watch the video, and get a glimpse of Californistan from someone who knows it well.

My Response to the National Day of Prayer

Posted by on May 4, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

My Response to the National Day of Prayer

I’m not a fan.  I could care less if Congress and the President think it’s okay to focus on prayer for one day a year.  Because of the restriction against forming a national religion in our Constitution, when the feds encourage prayer, they have to include the prayers of Muslims, as well; which, as a Christian, I do not believe have the desired effect.  If that sounds like I’m saying that prayers to anyone but the Christian God are worthless…well, that is exactly what I’m saying.  As far as a National Day of Prayer goes…one day a year is not enough.  I prefer to follow the example of Daniel the prophet, who appropriately took no notice of his earthly king’s restrictions on prayer; resulting in an overnight stay in the lion’s den in Babylon.  For his faith in and obedience to the Living God, Daniel was rewarded with a good night’s sleep and release from the den without a scratch.

When the king released Daniel from the lions, Daniel’s prayer life was unaffected; he neither prayed more, nor less, in consequence of the king of Babylon’s approval.  The approval of God was all Daniel sought.  I don’t think a National Day of Prayer would move Ol’ Daniel one bit.  Do you?