This week, Dave welcomes prominent filmmaker, author, and scholar Dinesh D’Souza to the show to discuss Dinesh’s new film, “Trump Card: Beating Socialism, Corruption and the Deep State.” Released less than a week ago, Trump Card is already #1 on Amazon as well as iTunes. Dave and Dinesh begin by discussing the steady erosion of freedom of thought and speech that Dinesh eloquently noted in his 1991 book, “Illiberal Education” and which he spoke about at length in a special Firing Line Debate, hosted by William F. Buckley, Jr., that same year. But the conversation focuses primarily on Mr. D’Souza’s new film and how he takes the viewer with him to research and interview key people in today’s political divide. A popular speaking on College Campuses across the country, Dinesh explains in detail the pathologies and methods of those attempting to remake America.

Then Dave settles in for a fun and informative chat with Ricochet member Jenna Stocker, whose recent article, “America Needs Its Cowboys,” provides a much needed reminder of the sort iconic heroes and role models who helped build a nation, and whose example can illuminate the path out of the anarchy and chaos afflicting so much of the nation today.

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Thanks for great interviews as usual. And great sound this time!

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  2. CarolJoy, Thread Hijacker Coolidge
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    This  guest  has intrigued me for some time. Thanks Dave.

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  3. CarolJoy, Thread Hijacker Coolidge
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    Michael Moore has seen the light? When and how? I kept hoping he’d get it, as he was one of the first white men to be shown the door back in the day.

    It was the late 1980’s and he was writing for Mother Jones. They had no use for him, as he wasn’t a person of color and wasn’t female.  His sensibilities were far too working class  to be assimilated into the posturing of “the least fortunate in our society who are people of color have needs, but no one else does.”

    Plus he knew the editors there were posturing. Yet over the past 3 decades, he has not ventured outside the Dem Party, at least not that I had heard of.

     

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  4. Dave Carter Podcaster
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    Thanks for great interviews as usual. And great sound this time!

    Thanks!! I burned incense in front of my sound board and said nice things about its mother this time.  I think it worked. ;)

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  5. Blondie Thatcher
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    Excellent podcast, as always, Dave. You are a great interviewer. This was exactly what I needed on my drive in to work this morning. 

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  6. Dave Carter Podcaster
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    Blondie (View Comment):

    Excellent podcast, as always, Dave. You are a great interviewer. This was exactly what I needed on my drive in to work this morning.

    Thanks so much, Blondie!!  I kept the blues music in for you too.  And,…well,…for me too.  I love the stuff. 

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  7. Blondie Thatcher
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    Dave Carter (View Comment):

    Blondie (View Comment):

    Excellent podcast, as always, Dave. You are a great interviewer. This was exactly what I needed on my drive in to work this morning.

    Thanks so much, Blondie!! I kept the blues music in for you too. And,…well,…for me too. I love the stuff.

    Thanks! Me, too.

     

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  8. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Great talks.

    I think the first Republican to be called a Nazi was Thomas Dewey. Its a slur that democrats have used regularly since then. Every republican candidate has endured that slur since 1944. It should have long ago lost its sting.

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