Friends, the Newsmaker Show is reaching new levels of excellence this holiday season. This week, Brian and I tackle some scintillating topics, such as: the changing of the guard at Twitter and what it means for free speech, the CIA's recent broadside against the Trump presidency, the rumblings on the Left about replacing Kamala Harris as V.P. with Pete Buttigieg, the leftists' ongoing crusade again Kyle Rittenhouse, and more!
When we turn to "This Day in History", we cover the treaty that demilitarized Antarctica in 1959, Rosa Parks' instigation of the bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955, the completion of the "Chunnel" in 1990, and the murder of Sergei Kirov in 1934, which touched off Stalin's Purges in the Soviet Union and ultimately killed millions of innocents.
Boy, oh boy! You'd have to be crazy to miss a show like that! You're not crazy, are you???