Show Notes

First Fifteen   Debbie’s First Fifteen address the crying need for the American political conversation to get far more serious.  Debate gamesmanship and insult-based campaigns are just not equal to the challenges of the times.   The show turns to the proposal for a Convention of the States to address the out of control...

First Fifteen   Debbie’s first fifteen talk about the Trump candidacy; National Review’s unusual compilation of denunciations of Trump; and America’s need to get past symbolic candidates to real American leaders.   Prominent American author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza calls in to talk with Debbie about his latest book “Stealing America”—and the lessons he...

First Fifteen Debbie talks about Texas Governor Greg Abbott joining the call for a Convention of the States to help get America back on her Constitutional track.  The call for political and moral courage in our times may be as serious as it has ever been.  His action fits well within...

First Fifteen   Debbie describes a theme for LCWT in 2016:  the need to relearn and embrace the American Identity, and then fight for it—this is where we are and what we need in America in 2016.   Hillary is the most admired woman in America?  Though ‘winning’ this title with only 13% of...

First Fifteen On this first post-Christmas show, Debbie acknowledges the heartache felt around DFW as many people dig out from horrible tornado damage from heavy storms that hit on the day after Christmas. Prayers and practical support will mark the recovery effort. Debbie talks about what it means for Americans to reclaim...

First Fifteen   Debbie describes the anger sweeping American patriots after the passage of the omnibus spending bill. You don’t need to understand numbers; you just need to understand that spending is policy.   Despite grassroots opposition throughout the nation, Republicans in Washington will not fight against the agenda of radical leftism. The fury...

First Fifteen   Debbie cuts through the noise about the possibility of a GOP ‘brokered convention’, and explains why it could be so offensive to the base of the Republican Party and to Americans generally. As it stands now, it would be an effort to deprive the people of their choice of...

First Fifteen   Debbie opens the show with thoughts on the San Bernardino massacres. The famous movie Casablanca was filmed in 1942, before the outcome of WWII was known—yet American filmmakers knew who and what the enemy was, and knew the rightness of fighting it and defeating it. America needs similar clarity...

First Fifteen Debbie’s First Fifteen focuses on debunking a widely repeated yet false claim that ‘97% of climate scientists agree…” on something regarding global warming global cooling global climate change. This is a totally false and enormously misleading canard—and anyone can understand why. Just listen. Debbie shares insights from her recent...

First Fifteen   Debbie’s First Fifteen address the rising “I’m offended” sensitivities on American college campuses, as illustrated at Vanderbilt University in the treatment of an accomplished black woman professor Dr. Carol Swain. This matters to you, because these attitudes can and do emerge out of the college environment into the cultural...