Jim Geraghty of National Review and Chad Benson of Radio America watch in amusement as Democrats invent ridiculous arguments against Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, such as Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s (D-Conn) statement that President Donald Trump “would be a monarch if Brett Kavanaugh becomes a Supreme Court justice.” They also worry about America’s fertility rate falling to a 42-year low and the factors contributing to the decline, such as low marriage rates and the prevalence of birth control. And they are happy to see Netflix cancel the show of the Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan.

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  1. Douglas Baringer Inactive
    Douglas Baringer

    I have been a faithful listener for quite some time now, but I am appalled by the pre-recorded ad that you run at the start and again a few minutes into the podcast.  It is really bad, and I am not sure what the object is that is for sale.  A hamburger perhaps?   PS – Quip toothbrushes are manual brushes that hum.  Very poor product.

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  2. AltarGirl Member


    Some thoughts. If the idea of free speech is “put it out there, if no one watches, the end” I can live with that.

    But that’s not what we have currently. We have gatekeepers and private businesses owning platforms that control their content. When they say no to conservative stuff and yes to liberal stuff, it isn’t a free market of ideas. It is “conservatives better build their own platform and figure out how to market it to compete with these established enterprises.”

    More difficult and doesn’t really appear to be successful in cultural platforms as of yet.

    Second, redemption and forgiveness is a very Christian idea. In a society that rejects Christ, we shouldn’t be surprised it rejects the idea that people change.

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