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Free Speech, Berkeley, Bad Policing, and the Derpery of Antifa

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

Free Speech, Berkeley, Bad Policing, and the Derpery of Antifa

I’m glad I spent the Paschal weekend at home in Alabama, and not at the UC Berkeley campus.  I’m just sayin’.

Lauren Southern went to Berkeley this weekend, and, well…you’ll need to watch the embedded video and hear Lauren’s firsthand account of how the Berkeley police disarmed the freedom-lovers and let ANTIFA have all the weapons; and how stupid the black-mask-wearing crowd were.  It seems that no amount of makeshift weaponry can compensate for sheer derpery.  You’ll understand what I’m talking about after you watch the footage.

The Migrant Problem Revealed

Posted by on Apr 14, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

The Migrant Problem Revealed

Faith Goldy and the Rebel Media team have put together the embedded video, showing, in detail, how “refugees” pass through America on their way to illegally crossing the Canadian border to take advantage of Pretty Boy Trudeau’s lax immigration enforcement policies in Canada.  I promise, y’all…..the whole video is worth watching.  Kudos to Faith Goldy and the folks at Rebel Media for doing the work.

One More Thing to Write on Your Hand

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

One More Thing to Write on Your Hand

I hope y’all are using a fine-point pen, and writing small.

I’m posting yet another point of view regarding Trump’s authorization of Tomahawks on Syria.  It’s a complicated issue, y’all; and Marty and I have had to do some serious thinking about it on our own.   The fact is, we agree somewhat with all of the views that I’ve posted on here, and disagree with them, too.  We’ll be explaining our thoughts tonight on the live show, at 6pm.  In the meantime, take in what the Right Angle fellas have to say about the Syria situation, as well as the team that President Trump has put together.

A Different Take on the Syria Missile Strike

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

A Different Take on the Syria Missile Strike

Write this down on your hand….or, if you’ve already got your hands all covered with stuff, try just remembering that there are other ways of looking at Trump’s actions regarding Bashar Al Assad.  Watch the embedded video, and be prepared to hear what Marty and I have to say on Thursday night’s live show.

Hawks, Tomahawks, Syria, and YOU

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Hawks, Tomahawks, Syria, and YOU

Marty and I have, over the years we’ve been broadcasting, developed a policy of allowing a few days to pass before commenting on major events.  As I said on Friday, I wanted to think about our Tomahawk strike on a Syrian airbase very carefully before offering commentary.  I’ve had a little time, and now I’m ready to offer up some thoughts.  Before I do, though, I’d like to let y’all watch the embedded video from Lauren Southern.  I’ll go ahead and tell you that Lauren didn’t approve of the US missile strike, and I don’t, either…but we have different reasons for our opinions.  First, give Lauren Southern a listen.

Marty and I are already on record for opposing US military intervention in Syria.  We said so on last Thursday’s live show, in fact, before we knew that Tomahawks were in the immediate offing.  Now that President Trump has spoken with up to 60 million US Dollar’s worth of cruise missile, I’m still opposed.  We will, of course, have much more to say on this week’s edition of Honest Answer Radio, but I’m going to offer up a few thoughts today, to give y’all an idea of what’s in the Honest Answer mind.

  1.  The NeoCons and the hawkish Democrats are supporting the President’s Syrian actions.  Interventionism is in the wind, y’all.  I don’t like it one bit.  President Trump campaigned on a non-Interventionist platform, which was applauded by the Honest Answer.
  2.  Europe, by and large, is behind Trump on the Syrian missile strike.  Of course they are, since they didn’t have to spend any of their treasure to do what they KNOW needs to be done.  Both Marty and I are sick and tired of the US spending our blood and treasure on defense while most of Europe spends their money on Socialism and free stuff for migrants.  Why do American taxpayers have to foot the bill in a vain attempt to right the wrongs of the world?  You and I are being played for chumps by certain European countries, y’all.
  3.   I’d rather have seen Rex Tillerson visiting Saudi Arabia and Jordan instead of using Tomahawks.  Tillerson should be applying economic pressure to Middle Eastern nations to take care of business in their own back yard, if they won’t do it on their own hook.
  4. The only good thing that I see that MAY or MAY NOT result from our use of cruise missiles is that certain rogue regimes like Iran and North Korea MAY wake up and see that not only is the US willing to use our technological expertise to blow stuff up, but our technology actually works.  59 out of 60 missiles hit their intended targets last Thursday.  Raytheon makes some pretty good missiles, and our Navy apparently knows how to apply them to a problem.

So that’s all I’ve got right now.  Actually, there’s more, but this is all I’m willing to put in writing without further thought.  Between now and Thursday, I wish y’all would chime in in comment form, and let me know what you are thinking, as well.

Friday Fun-Time Musical Interlude

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Friday Fun-Time Musical Interlude

I know, I know, y’all.  Donald Trump authorized Tomahawk missile strikes against Syria.  I’m just not ready to comment on that today.  I’m going to take the weekend to sort out my thoughts on it.  You can be sure that Marty and I are definitely looking closely at the situation with Bashar Al Assad and Vladimir Putin.  To soothe everyone’s anxiety, let’s all just sit down and watch and listen as Pentatonix applies the highest levels of vocal artistry to the iconic “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

Skilled Manipulators at Planned Parenthood

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Skilled Manipulators at Planned Parenthood

I don’t think it will surprise anyone that Planned Parenthood is skilled at manipulation; we’ve all seen their expertise on display when Cecile Richards, head of Planned Parenthood, continually refers to PP’s care of “women’s health”, etc.  In the embedded video from Live Action, we get a glimpse of how the largest abortion provider in the US manipulates their own staff.  Note the use of letters from the Clergy to make employees feel better about abortion.  Somehow, I can’t see my own Pastor writing one of those letters..

Planned Parenthood May Not Be Safe Space for Women

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

Planned Parenthood May Not Be Safe Space for Women

Yeah.  Surprise there, right?  Watch the embedded video from Live Action, and you’ll see what I mean.  Pervy abortion doctors?  Who’d a thunk it?

Should Burglars Be Able to Sue Homeowners for Defending Themselves?

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

Should Burglars Be Able to Sue Homeowners for Defending Themselves?

Why is this even a question?  Well, the Loony Left seems to think that burglars who get shot by armed homeowners should have the right to sue the people who defend themselves with vigor.  I’m not kidding, y’all.  Check out Steven Crowder’s video response below, and subscribe to his YouTube channel if you haven’t already.

The Usual Suspect(s)

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in The Blog | 0 comments

The Usual Suspect(s)

Update:  I felt that I should post Liz Wheeler’s video from last night, where Liz gives her take on Susan Rice.  As usual, Miss Wheeler is right on point.

It turns out that Susan Rice, National Security Adviser to Barack Obama, is probably the one in the White House who asked for surveillance information that unmasked Trump campaign people with connections to Russians.  From Bloomberg:

White House lawyers last month learned that the former national security adviser Susan Rice requested the identities of U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

The pattern of Rice’s requests was discovered in a National Security Council review of the government’s policy on “unmasking” the identities of individuals in the U.S. who are not targets of electronic eavesdropping, but whose communications are collected incidentally. Normally those names are redacted from summaries of monitored conversations and appear in reports as something like “U.S. Person One.”

Rice ain’t coming clean about the situation, either.  Also from the same Bloomberg post:

Rice herself has not spoken directly on the issue of unmasking. Last month when she was asked on the “PBS NewsHour” about reports that Trump transition officials, including Trump himself, were swept up in incidental intelligence collection, Rice said: “I know nothing about this,” adding, “I was surprised to see reports from Chairman Nunes on that account today.”

I know, I know.  Y’all are shocked that Susan Rice, of all people, could obfuscate in a situation like this.  Maybe this is a good time to review the Rice record…like, for instance, this little gem about the attacks on the US Consulate in Benghazi in September of 2012.  Write this stuff down on your hand, y’all…