Trump talks American while press strangles on an acid gob of hate — so things proceed normally.

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As we near the peak, leaders try, ordinary people soar and the press sinks in its own hate like a dinosaur in a tar pit.

 

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A party exposed by an act of God.

 

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Democrat media wants to silence Trump — to win, they’ll need to silence Biden! Plus the mailbag.

 

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In their lowest moment yet, Democrats depend on the press to cover for them. Those days are done.

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Trump against the virus, Democrats against Trump

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The Kung Flu pandemic has shown us an America in need of new ideas.

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There’s no Chinese race but there is Chinese Communism, and that’s why you’re sheltering in place. Plus the Mailbag.

 

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The search for a cure continues.

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Is this a panic or are we all going to die… or, like, some other thing?

 

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Trump takes action, Bernie won’t leave, the press continues to cover itself in shame.

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Clowns to the left of us, jokers to the right – our elites are a disgrace.

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This week, Jon Gabriel captains the good ship Ricochet in place of James Lileks and podcast amigo Andrew Klavan is in the Long Chair® this week. Our guests are Charles C.W. Cooke, the foremost authority on firearms (also roller coasters, but that’s for another show). Then, TV’s and noted Trump supporter Rob Long stops by to plug his new book Bigly: Donald Trump in Verse. Also, Andrew talks about his new podcast/novelization Another Kingdom, and a fond farewell to Tom Petty. Later, dude.

Music from this week’s episode: Alright For Now by Tom Petty

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This week, our good pal and fellow podcaster Andrew Klavan sits in for the making-TV-great-again Rob Long (of course you should buy and read Andrew’s book The Great Good Thing: A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Christ). First up, Trump’s cabinet is becoming sentient and we have plenty to say about that. And, a few words about the Left’s FREAKOUT every time Trump Tweets. Then, the great and crushingly urbane John O’Sullivan joins to discuss Europe’s reaction to Trumpism and what the future holds for the continent. His piece Europe Agonistes in this month’s National Review is a must read. And we wind up with a tribute to John Glenn, of the the greatest Americans who ever lived. Godspeed, sir.

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