20 Dec December 20, 2015
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 may be much greater than the ruling class believes.
Also in the first hour:
Congressional candidate Paul Brown (CD 32, incumbent Pete Sessions) joins Debbie in studio to talk about his campaign, and his reasons for feeling so strongly that Pete Sessions needs to be replaced. Brown’s background in military intelligence, including service in Iraq, have made him acutely aware of the challenges presented by radical Islam.
Debbie describes the experience of watching the Democrat debate, and the core issue of keeping America safe just was not addressed with intelligence and clarity.
During the last segment, Debbie reviews Harvard’s recent embarrassment over lunch placemats. Worth a listen.
In the second hour:
Leading ladies Drinda Randall and Jeni McGarry join Debbie for the second hour roundtable.
Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne calls in to discuss the ‘clock boy’ case, and the incredibly biased ways in which the media has chosen to report and not report various aspects of the situation in Irving and at MacArthur High School.
Debbie and the leading ladies discuss Trump and Putin news—will anything Trump says weaken his support?
They also discuss two great American stories: the outpouring of support for the funeral of a WWII/Normandy veteran who recently passed, but with no surviving family. What a testament to the goodness and greatness of America!
The Charlie Brown Christmas story gets new attention, as a Kentucky school learns the true story of Christmas.
Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the first hour:
Dems under Obama removed references to Islam and Muslims from all training materials used for the law enforcement and national security communities, in order to eliminate all references to Islam that some Muslim groups have claimed are offensive
Links reviewed in preparation for the second hour: