25 Jan January 24, 2016
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 learned from his ‘confinement center’ sentence for daring to oppose the Obama regime.
D’Souza is a very astute and insightful observer of the American culture and political system. Listen to his observations about the similarity between criminal gangs and their ‘pitch’ to get the naïve homeowner to open the latched door in order to steal, and Democrat political tactics.
In the second hour…
Leading ladies Chris Davis and Drinda Randall join Debbie to talk about the issues of the day.
First up is an interview with Thomas McNutt, young and new candidate for representative of Texas House District 8—opposing multi-term incumbent Byron Cook.
Trump, Palin, Cruz, and Hillary are all on the agenda for conversation, along with the Davos conference—what is John Kerry thinking?
Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the January 27th show:
DAVOS World economic Forum–Soros and Kerry
Palin’s endorsement of Trump…
Oscars Diversity controversy: Oscar’s Feb 28 and second year in a row all nominees are white