Friends, this week's Newsmaker Show with me and Brian O'Neil will knock your proverbial socks off. First, we tackle the fallout from CPAC, with DJT and Ron DeSantis riding high. We speculate on whether Trump will run for reelection in 2024. Brian and I also break down "cancel culture", why the Left has turned against free speech, and what their next play might be to finish off, as it were, conservatism and liberty. We also talk about the recent shocking case at SUNY Geneseo. A student there was suspended from the education program for asserting online that "a man is a man, and a woman is a woman". Those are fighting words, these days!
In our "This Day in History" segment, Brian and I talk about RFK's (boneheaded) plan to end the Vietnam War, Finland's betrayal of Germany in 1944-45 and Germany's general failure in both world wars to win over strong allies, the conundrum of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, and a 1952 NYS law prohibiting communists from serving as public school teachers. Could a similar law, forbidding Trumpers and Republicans from teaching, be far behind?
Tune in today!
In other news, our ruling party, the dastardly Dems, have some hard decisions to make. Do they "go bold," trying to implement a wide-ranging progressive agenda, or do they cleave to the political center, throwing money at the voters but changing little about our country's policy fundamentals? Either path involves risk, needless to say. These articles expose the fissures that are already emerging among Democrats, which are destined to widen, and the historical dynamics that suggest that the Dems are already playing with fire.
Could the Left's reckless embrace of #MeToo-ism come back to haunt them? By lowering the bar required for women to "prove" accusations of harassment, progressives have made it easier for disgruntled feminists to take down (male) Democratic politicians, including NY Gov. Cuomo. Who knows but that Generalissimo Biden might not be vulnerable to such attacks? He has been before.