It’s all about mob rule and how to defeat it as Dave welcomes former ESPN and Fox Sports Commentator and Writer Jason Whitlock onto the show. Now at Outkick.com, Jason explains what’s behind Colin Kaepernick’s knee problem and his uncontrollable compulsion to insult the nation on social media. Mr. Whitlock also weighs in on the destructive nature of seeing oneself as a perpetual victim in a conversation that touches on everything from Frederick Douglas’ 1852 speech to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the rush of corporate executives to genuflect to the mob, and the problematic letter that 153 prominent intellectuals recently signed warning about “cancel culture.” We know you’ll enjoy Jason’s exchange with Dave.

Then, as if one fascinating conversation were not enough, Dave talks with Ricochet Member Jenna Stocker about her recent article, “Americans Are Hungry For The Fight.”  Jenna talks about life in Minneapolis in the wake of the riots, and why she thinks its beyond time for leaders in Congress and elsewhere to grow a spine and fight back against a dangerous radicalism.  She maintains that Americans are yearning for leadership and will support it. “America and our Constitutional freedoms are worth the fight,” Jenna wrote in her article.  As she talks with Dave, we think you’ll come to understand this former Marine Officer’s passion for the nation and why she says that we need more General Pattons.  

Finally, if you’re listening to Dave’s show, but you’re not a Ricochet member, there is a way you can get a 30 day free trial membership . Tune in to learn more!

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  1. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    Great interviews Dave. Thanks.

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  2. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    Great interviews Dave. Thanks.

    Thank you!  Having great guests really helps!

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  3. Vera45 Coolidge
    Vera45
    @Vera45

    Great podcast as always.  It was really great to hear from one of our own.  Both you and @jennastocker are true assets to Ricochet.  Hopefully we hear more from both of you.     

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  4. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    Now, Ray Stevens would be a great interview.

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  5. JennaStocker Member
    JennaStocker
    @JennaStocker

    Your discussion with Mr. Whitlock was fantastic! I could’ve listened to that for another hour. Great job!!

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  6. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
    @DaveCarter

    JennaStocker (View Comment):

    Your discussion with Mr. Whitlock was fantastic! I could’ve listened to that for another hour. Great job!!

    Thank you!  That Jenna lady was really good too.  

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  7. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    Dave Carter (View Comment):

    JennaStocker (View Comment):

    Your discussion with Mr. Whitlock was fantastic! I could’ve listened to that for another hour. Great job!!

    Thank you! That Jenna lady was really good too.

    Agree.

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  8. Blondie Thatcher
    Blondie
    @Blondie

    Great interviews, Dave. I’ve always liked Mr. Whitlock. I hope his site does well. @jennastocker is a treasure here on Ricochet. We have such a wealth of knowledge and creativity here. I love it. 

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  9. MISTER BITCOIN Member
    MISTER BITCOIN
    @MISTERBITCOIN

    “We keep hearing that “black lives matter,” but they seem to matter only when that helps politicians to get votes, or when that slogan helps demagogues demonize the police. The other 99% of black lives destroyed by people who are not police do not seem to attract nearly as much attention in the media.”  — Thomas Sowell

     

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  10. MISTER BITCOIN Member
    MISTER BITCOIN
    @MISTERBITCOIN

    I have liked Jason Whitlock for years.  I remember he wrote an op-ed in WSJ explaining why he left ESPN, the sports network spent more time on politics and not enough time on sports.

    He was also on the Rubin Report saying how defunding the police is nonsense and that there is no systemic racism among white police officers.  He told how his nephew was a victim of an unjustified shooting but he did not use the race card.  He said his family sued the city and police department and received financial compensation.  Rogue cops are expensive.  He also was honest about his nephew having multiple arrests and encounters with the police.  His nephew was no boy scout.

     

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  11. MISTER BITCOIN Member
    MISTER BITCOIN
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    https://www.outkick.com/wnba-nfl-players-show-blm-stands-for-bigoted-lynch-mob/

     

     

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  12. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda
    @RandyWeivoda

    It was cool to be mentioned on the podcast, but you actually got my name backwards again.  Just like it’s spelled, the V comes before the D.  @jennastocker, some day when the pandemic is over I’m sure there will be another Ricochet Meetup in Minneapolis.  There have been a few and this one was my favorite.  @frozenchosen (who is no longer on Ricochet) booked us a session in a karaoke room and it was a lot of fun.

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  13. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
    @DaveCarter

    Randy Weivoda (View Comment):

    It was cool to be mentioned on the podcast, but you actually got my name backwards again. Just like it’s spelled, the V comes before the D. @jennastocker, some day when the pandemic is over I’m sure there will be another Ricochet Meetup in Minneapolis. There have been a few and this one was my favorite. @frozenchosen (who is no longer on Ricochet) booked us a session in a karaoke room and it was a lot of fun.

    I suspected as much when I said it during the show. I’m going back to “Randy.”  Even I can’t hose that up! 

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