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Hard Questions, Surprising Answers

We spar with Weekly Standard’s Larry O’Connor over remaining Trump skeptics on both his site and Ricochet as well as whether the Washington DC liberal bubble can ever change.

During his tenure at Judicial Watch, Freedom Watch USA’s Larry Klayman obtained a court ruling that Bill Clinton committed a crime, the first lawyer ever to have done so against an American president. We discuss Larry’s new cases suing President Obama over the NSA, CNN over media bias, and Black Lives Matter over the deaths of policemen.

Michael Medved is a nationally syndicated talk show host on the Salem Radio Network. We talk Donald Trump, Anti-Semitism, where’s Hillary and Trump’s one-state solution for Israel.

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  1. Mate De Inactive

    I used to listen to Larry O’Connor back when he was doing his Stage Right Show. After Breitbart died it seemed like the band broke up and I haven’t heard about him since. Then I see he’s got a radio show in DC or something and he Married his former producer. I missed a lot in the past few years.

    • #1
    • March 2, 2017, at 6:12 PM PST
  2. Profile Photo Member

    “He sounds almost to the left of Mother Jones.”

    I’m not sorry that I cancelled ny Weekly Standard subscription.

    • #2
    • March 3, 2017, at 8:18 AM PST
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  3. Dave Sussman Podcaster
    Dave Sussman

    BD1 (View Comment):
    “He sounds almost to the left of Mother Jones.”

    I’m not sorry that I cancelled ny Weekly Standard subscription.

    Not to further dump on Bill Kristol, who I’ve always respected, but I’m not the only one who thinks he sounds unhinged.

    • #3
    • March 3, 2017, at 9:45 AM PST
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  4. SEnkey Inactive

    It’s not that he may not have sounded unhinged, it’s that he’s being used to typify all Trump naysayers. I am not and will probably never be a fan of Trump, I’m still open to that changing. I don’t like his rhetoric, what so many others find refreshing I see as revolting. That is OKAY, the beauty of our system is that we do have to work together and I voted for the man because he was at the top of my party’s ticket.

    As mentioned in the interview, many of us naysayers are willing to praise the good (appointments, cabinet members, immigration hawk, MATTIS, intent to deregulate, etc) but I’m going to continue to sat what I think is government bloat or just silly. Bloat includes Ivankacare, a trillion dollar stimulus (is there an echo in here?), and keeping aspects of Obamacare, the aspects that make it untenable like covering preexisting conditions. Silly includes most things he tweets and the constant pettiness.

    All that said he gave a great speech Tuesday night and I was very happy it was him and not Hillary doing it!

    • #4
    • March 5, 2017, at 2:02 PM PST
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  5. rgbact Inactive


    Theres plenty of deranged hatred for Paul Ryan and Rubio. I’d recommend Trumpsters get over their sadness from some conservatives hating on Trump. We’ve all been listening to your negativity for our heroes for far longer. Bill Kristol may be a special case though

    • #5
    • March 9, 2017, at 10:44 AM PST
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