Denise C. McAllister is a cultural and political commentator, a senior contributor at The Federalist and her work can be found at several outlets, including PJ Media, Real Clear Politics, Hot Air, and Ricochet. She has been a guest on Fox News, CNN, and Newsmax. Denise joins Dave at Whiskey Politics for an in-depth discussion on what society must do facing yet another tragic school shooting. Other subjects: GOP/Never Trump rift and conservative complacency, Adam Schiff’s massive fundraising machine, #MeToo’s secret blacklists impacting innocent men’s careers (and how men can protect themselves). Denise and Dave finish off discussing the genesis of television news punditry with William F. Buckley v. Gore Vidal. It’s a fascinating and varied discussion and we hope you enjoy it.

Find Imprimis Magazine at imprimis.hillsdale.edu.

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Peabody Award-winning “world famous actor” Nick Searcy joins Dave at Whiskey Politics to discuss the current awards season as he is currently in two Oscar-nominated films, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Shape of Water. Nick just filled in for Rush Limbaugh, hosting his show listened to by millions. We discuss the business of leftist Hollywood, why Republicans can learn from Trump how to to fight (and why Trump is Hulk Hogan), and we get into the ugly relativism of the #MeToo movement. We finish up with Nick’s predictions of how Hollywood can adapt to a non-theatre going experience.

Use this link for the Saving California Event on March 17th.

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Victor Davis Hanson discusses the damaging disclosure about Obama keeping tabs on the FBI Hillary Clinton email investigation, State Department unmasking, why Hillary’s and Obama’s hubris may be their own downfall and how this can very well be a Watergate or Iran-Contra type scandal. We go into the 2018 election and what the GOP needs to keep Congress, how English speaking immigrants on the farm voted for Trump and the DACA/illegal immigration debate. What did Victor have to say about ‘elites’ including George Will, Bret Stephens, and Bill Kristol? We conclude the hour with his thoughts on how to decentralize America’s and world governing bodies and bring them closer to the people they supposedly represent.

‘VDH’ is an American military historian, columnist, a former classics professor, and scholar of ancient warfare. He was a professor of classics at California State University, Fresno, and is currently a Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution as well as a visiting professor at Hillsdale College. Hanson was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2007 by President George W. Bush. Unlike most everyone he writes about, Victor is also a farmer in central California. He is a widely read author of dozens of books, a frequent guest on multiple news programs, you can find his columns everywhere, including the National Review, Townhall, American Greatness. His most recent book is The Second World Wars – How the First Global Conflict was Fought and Won.

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James O’Keefe, President of Project Veritas, returns to Whiskey Politics to discuss muckraking in the age of mainstream media’s activist journalism. James shares his unlikely inspiration from Orwell, Chomsky, and even Alinksy. His new book American Pravda, My Fight For Truth In The Era Of Fake News is now available and highly recommended as it combines the thrilling escapades of a spy novel with the unvarnished truth of the state of corrupt, biased media. We cover CNN, Twitter, how journalists are abdicating the FBI Memo story for politics, and some incredible stories you probably didn’t hear about in the media, as well as who and what is the next giant target for James and his dedicated team.

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When you pierce the echo chambers of Miley Cyrus, Nick Cage, Johnny Depp, Russell Brand, Jimmy Kimmel and their like-minded thinkers, you generally become referred to as a “provocateur”, and that’s the kindest thing these people call Sabo. On this episode of Whiskey Politics, we have an open and transparent discussion with conservative street ‘guerilla’ artist Sabo from his home in Los Angeles. Fresh off the HBO Vice News piece about him and the countless articles seen by millions, several times placed on Drudge, his art often placed in and around the Hollywood award shows which raise eyebrows, forcing people to face tough truths. Additionally, more people are learning that artists can be also found on the Right.

Sabo coined the term “Conservativism Is the New Punk“. And there is nothing more punk rock than raging against the system, powerful elites, and groupthink by demonstrating their hypocrisy through compelling and original pieces that has everyone talking. Sabo opens up about being banned on social media, ‘shadowblocking’ Conservatives, the blight of inner cities being used as ‘Democratic voter farms’. We also discuss the next generation of voters, social justice warriors on parade (and his encounters at the woman’s march). Is there still an alt-right? And his potential upcoming visit to the Oscars. Oh, and remember the Al Franken billboard? That was the result of choreographed dance with a lot of practice.

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Postmodernism, weak men, gender equality, the pathological left, the Cathy Newman interview and a few questions from Ricochet members — Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, a clinical psychologist, and professor at the University of Toronto joins us at Whiskey Politics to discuss his new book 12 Rules For Life, An Antidote to Chaos which is currently bumping up against the number one Amazon bestseller, so let’s put him over the top – it IS a great book. Recommended mentioned lecture: Identity politics and the Marxist Lie of White Privilege.

Out Music: Friends in Safe Spaces. Chad Prather and Steve Mudflap McGrew

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Bill Whittle returns to Whiskey Politics and discusses today’s news, illegal immigration, what happened to conservatives economic principles, how California is quickly becoming a third-world nation and why the political class making decisions don’t care. Democrats only get upset when we talk about these issues and use words so Conservatives will just “shut-up.” Is this now changing under President Trump? The FBI slow motion coupe, and is Trump meeting with Mueller a “perjury-trap”? And just how damaging is the peer-pressure caused elitist political class “push-back” from not just liberals but also GOPe Conservatives? (Yeah, we mention names.)

Bill Whittle is an American conservative blogger and is one of the leading voices on the right and can be found at BillWhittle.com and follow Right Angles on YouTube. Bill Whittle will be speaking at “SAVING CALIFORNIA”, on March 17th at the Burbank Marriott along with many other political luminaries. Get your early-bird tickets here.

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On this episode of Whiskey Politics we chat with Dr. William Happer, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Princeton University. Dr. Happer is a Director of the CO2 Coalition and was director of the Department of Energy’s Office of Science in the George H.W. Bush administration. As one of the leading and most awarded scientists in the United States, Dr. Happer may be best known for his position on climate change as he feels the consensus is wrong.

We discuss his thoughts on Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Deal, his relationship with Donald Trump, and his opinions on Secretary of Energy Rick Perry and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. We get his thoughts on pollution in emerging markets, the lack of accountability in science, why Al Gore had him fired, and why the virtue signaling of industrialized countries is shameful. Is climate change real? If so, how much is due to humans? What were his thoughts on Al Gore’s movie, and what the real levels of CO2 are today in comparison to history, not 150 years of data, but four billion years. Dr. Happer also talks about how the ‘climate models’ are garbage in and garbage out.

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Author Peter Schweizer joins us to discuss the ongoing investigations into the Clinton Foundation pay-to-play scheme. As gag orders have been lifted, on January 12th, 2018 a federal Grand Jury handed down an 11-count indictment in an associated case. Insiders are saying the unsealed Justice Dept. indictment can potentially start a chain reaction regarding Uranium One and former Obama officials should be nervous. Was there a cover-up by Eric Holder? Why have there been no ramifications for Uranium One (a Russian owned company) illegally exporting American uranium to undisclosed locations? Was this the issue Bill Clinton discussed with Loretta Lynch on that secret tarmac meeting? And is Peter now concerned for his personal safety? Peter answers these and many other questions in this extensive interview about a subject the media are desperately trying to ignore.

Peter is the President of the Government Accountability Institute, formerly a William J. Casey Fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and you have seen Peter on every news networks, 60 Minutes, The New York Times, etc. Peter’s best-selling book, Clinton Cash, was turned into a movie by the same name. Peter can be found at http://www.g-a-i.org/ and http://peterschweizer.com/.

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As we finish up a week that started with celebrating Martin Luther Kings birthday, we are mired in some of the most divisive and disgusting hyperbole this country has ever seen. If everyone on the right is being called a racist, then the term has no weight anymore. Deneen Borelli, a host at CRTV, a Fox News Contributor and Author of Blacklash: How Obama and the Left are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation. We discuss #DACA, how the Left uses racism to get their way and why it’s so damaging to our country.

Out music: Pride (In The Name of Love) – U2

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Dan Schneider, the Executive Director at both ACU and CPAC joins us to discuss the American Conservative Union’ s 2018 CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference). The largest gathering of conservatives on the planet meets each year where conservative activists and elected officials from across the United States discuss strategy and how to maintain the momentum on 2016’s win.

2018’s conference will be held February 21st-24th at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Washington DC. Reserve your spot at Conservative.org and be sure to find Whiskey Politics on media row where we will be interviewing political luminaries.

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Episode 90 of Whiskey Politics welcomes back John Fund to discuss the Michael Wolff book which has sucked all the oxygen out of the room. Yet, in Michael Wolff’s own words he stated he isn’t sure everything he wrote is true. So we discuss the other little-reported news, namely the DOJ has reopened the Uranium One/Clinton Foundation pay-for-play scheme, and the email investigation of Hillary Clinton.

John Fund is a columnist at Fox News and the National Review and can be found @JohnFund on Twitter.

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As we conclude on a year where the news was always breaking, we are happy to welcome back Kurt Schlichter, one of the most prolific writers today. As a columnist at Townhall.com his articles are a must read, as well as his fast-paced books which can be found on Amazon.com. Kurt is the author of the novels Conservative Insurgency, Indian Country and People’s Republic. Colonel Kurt Schlichter (Twitter: @KurtSchlichter) where his bio says personally recruited to write conservative commentary by Andrew Breitbart. He is a successful Los Angeles trial lawyer, a veteran with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a former stand-up comic. Kurt is often seen on Fox News, CNN, and other media.

In this episode of Whiskey Politics we discuss Kurt’s 2018 prognostications, whether we will see Nancy Pelosi regain the Speakership, thoughts on the GOP establishment, Wisconsin Nazi’s, Mueller, CNN, what’s left of the Never Trumpers, and why its important for conservatives to no longer care what liberals think. We also discuss California and why everyone should be watching The Crown (as said by 2 guys who usually hate anything to do with the Royals.)

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Juanita Broaddrick joins Dave at Whiskey Politics for an in-depth, transparent and honest discussion about her experience in 1978 that many had discounted for decades, but now with the #MeToo movement, even the liberal media are coming around including the New York Times which recently stated “We should look clearly at the credible evidence that Juanita Broaddrick told the truth when she accused Clinton of raping her.”

This wide-ranging interview discusses first her experience, the aftermath, her participation in the 2016 election and her feelings overseeing so many women now come forward accusing powerful men of sexual abuse. 

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Get your holiday reading list ready. Christopher Malagisi, Editor in Chief at the Conservative Book Club joins us Whiskey Politics to announce the CBC’s Top 10 Conservative Books of 2017 and the Top 5 Dumbest Liberal Books.

Christopher Malagisi is Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club (division of Salem Media Group), which is the largest political book club in the country with over 750K members nationwide. Malagisi is responsible for overseeing editorial, marketing, and advertising operations for CBC’s website, daily e-newsletter, social media platforms (over 565K followers), and serves as the Club’s public spokesman. He’s personally conducted over 200 interviews with presidential candidates, high-profile authors, and conservative thought-leaders, and will begin hosting the daily Conservative Book Club Podcast in February 2018!

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Being blacklisted for openly supporting Trump isn’t easy in Hollywood, so what do you do when the doors are closed in your face? Work to change the system. Actor, Director, and Producer Antonio Sabato Jr is now a candidate for Congress in a once formerly red district. We discuss Illegal immigration and the Kate Steinle debacle, Antonio was an early Trump Supporter and get his thoughts on the first year, the tax reform bills impact on high tax blue states as well as the political future of California.

Support Antonio’s run to win back California’s 26th congressional district at http://www.voteantonio.com.

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Rusty Humphries returns to Whiskey Politics to discuss news personalities, politicians and power brokers being outed as molesters, gropers, and general pervs. We also touch on Facebook filtering conservative posts, Net Neutrality, Holiday Movies worth seeing, Matt Lauer, Mel Gibson, Roy Moore and why Rusty thinks Al Franken has a legitimate shot running for President in 2020 (seriously).

Rusty is a Multi award-winning talk radio host, Strategic Advisor, Political Influencer, Trendsetter, #1 Bestselling Author, Media and Leadership Consultant/Speaker. His most recent 7 Ways to Win Political Debates with your Liberal Family and Friends, and Still Keep Them as Family and Friends is now available at RustyLive.com and follow Rusty on Twitter @Talk2Rusty.

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Tina Rosenberg is Co-Founder of Solutions Journalism which collaborates with 170 news organizations and 10 journalism schools to change the culture of news. We discuss combatting activist journalism, media bias, hypocrisy, the future of journalism, what’s missing in today’s news and how journalists can allow for a more civil and enlightening conversation.

Tina is also Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author. She co-authors the Fixes column in The New York Times “Opinionator” section. Her books include Children of Cain: Violence and the Violent in Latin America and The Haunted Land: Facing Europe’s Ghosts After Communism, which won the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award. She has written for dozens of magazines, including The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Foreign Policy and The Atlantic. She is the author, most recently, of Join the Club: How Peer Pressure Can Transform the World.

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Catherine Engelbrecht is the founder and President of True the Vote, a conservative non-profit that monitors voter fraud. Catherine has been at the forefront of shining a light abuse by the IRS on conservative organizations. Catherine’s group TrueTheVote.org experienced IRS inquiries, audits, FBI visits, visits from OSHA, ATF, the State of Texas Environmental Agency when she submitted for tax-exempt status and has since been a leading advocate fighting against government discrimination against conservative groups. Catherine has appeared before Congress, the Senate Judiciary Committee and has been seen on many media outlets, including countless appearances on Fox News.

On this episode of Whiskey Politics, we discuss the IRS targeting conservative groups like True the Vote, the IRS settlements and their admission of their discrimination against conservatives. We also cover why President Trump’s Commission studying voter fraud has stalled due to numerous lawsuits by Liberal groups. Why it’s been reported that Elijah Cummings actively communicated with the IRS about True The Vote and may now be facing up to five years in Prison. We also discuss whether the Trump Administration’s Justice Department would investigate bad players.

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Roger Kimball is Editor and Publisher of The New Criterion and President and Publisher of Encounter Books. He is an art critic for National Review and writes a regular column for PJ Media at Roger’s Rules. Mr. Kimball lectures widely and has appeared on national radio and television programs as well as the BBC. Editor of @newcriterion, Publisher of @EncounterBooks, columnist for @PJMedia_com.

On this episode of Whiskey Politics we discuss Roger’s article Donald Trump: An American Patriot of the Same Stripe as Ronald Reagan, the President Tax Plan, his article on American Greatness: Yes, Trump Is Winning. What Donald Trump could do to win the plaudits of the NeverTrumpers, Steve Bannon and his role declaring war on the establishment, Obama’s legacy now that Obamacare and Iran Deal are unraveling and the massive Uranium One/Clinton Foundation scandal.

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