The definition of "bigot" is given and how bigotry can refer to political bigotry. The left has an odd philosophical problem, Critical Theory, the theory that undergirds most of their ideology is vindicated trough their recent actions in a way they didn't count on. The effects of tech tyranny are discussed and how it can be fought.
We'd, Jan 6 was a catastrophic day for the republic for many reasons and on many levels. There was violence at the Capitol, resulting in 4 deaths and over 50 arrests. That ended any hope that the President could remain in office by some 1877 type deal. Even worse, the Republicans lost the Senate, opening the possibility of many radical policies being implemented. Still worse, the left is exploiting this disaster to engage in an all out assault on free speech. What can we do short of civil war to keep our freedoms intact? A few ideas are presented.
Some of the most popular episodes of 2020 are reviewed. Covered are the reasons for starting the podcast as a way of teaching conservatism. COVID-19 the proposed COVID-19 Bill if Rights. The Gen Flynn case is revisited, as well as some of the civil unrest that followed The George Floyd incident. Why it's OK to love America. Finally some things that could happen in 2021 are explored.
The end of last winter saw a very questionable interpretation of the Constitution leading to the impeachment of President Trump. The spring saw the spread of a deadly new plague ans likewise fear mongering over it. The summer saw massive social unrest prompted by the George Floyd killing. The fall of course meant election season and a lot of dubious election results. This winter will see the fallout from the election but also, more hopefully the introduction of a COVID-19 vaccine. The only way to screw it up would be to introduce intersectional politics into the prioritization of its initial distribution, which is of course how some localities have chosen to manage it. 2020 may be almost over, but we're not out of trouble yet.
The first Christmas, the real meaning of Christmas, and what the true first Gift was. A little on how the Judaeo-Christian philosophy influenced America's Founders. How fear is being used to control us, especially with regards to COVID-19.
SCOTUS has elected not to hear two critical cases that might have swayed the 2020 election results. Did they do so out of sound legal principle or out of fear? How fear of COVID 19 makes people ignore the science that should be good news for them.
The apparent hypocrisy of some blue state governors and mayor's is not hypocritical in their minds. Their actions are in complete integrity-- just not with the values we think. The longer we wait to stand up for our rights and the more rights we cede, the harder it will be to get them back. How meritocracies and capitalism put a lie to Cultural Marxist theory.
A quick review of the state of the recounts, and the developing Dominion software situation. Is the Durham investigation into sptgate petering out? Why that would be a bad thing. Thanksgiving in the era of Covid. Is this the last straw? What remains for us to be thankful for.
What will be the fallout from the 2020 election? What did the Biden voters want and is that what they will get if Biden becomes president. Biden voters looking for a collectivist utopia are probably ignorant of certain facts, particularly Socialism's failures in the 20th century and the reasons for them. Contrast that with the successes of capitalism and free markets that will be lost under socialism or GND eco-fascism.
Robert Reich sends out an ominous tweet suggesting his desire to expose and punish Trump supporters. The final debate and some of the points the President made. How Hunter's alleged dealings in foreign countries exposes his father to possible blackmail.
The President and several of his advisors now have COVID. Was the campaign worth the risk? Will Biden's risk adverse style pay off? How do the different strategies match up with each candidate's political philosophy? Will the sidelining of 3 senators due to COVID slow or hinder the ongoing effort to confirm ACB to the SCOTUS? What each side would like to see.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died leaving a huge vacancy in the Supreme Court. How does her loss effect the balance of the Court? What does each side want to happen? How Biden could declare the COVID-19 crisis ended through clever manipulation of the media and the testing process. Could President Trump have prevented every single Covid death in this country?