Show Highlights – Week of March 9, 2020

Show Highlights – Week of March 9, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highlights from this past week on ACWT:

Friends, click on any of the underlined words below to go directly to the interview or show clips described.
For links to full show:
Top News & My Commentary:
The New York Times anti-American propaganda project also known as the 1619 project, is a determined effort to divide America, promote tribalism, undermine respect for the founding ideas of America, and attack freedom, free markets, and America itself.  AND, it’s now being used in our public schools to create the next generation of America-hating Americans.
America’s response to the coronavirus must reject both extremes:  sheer panic and shutdown, as well as cavalier disregard. The Left is engaged in a despicable yet sadly predictable effort to politicize the virus, and use it as a weapon against President Trump. Other corona coverage here, here, and the tactical war on coronavirus, here.
Congressman Mark Meadows is the NEW White House Chief of Staff. A brilliant move by President Trump.
Concerns about vote fraud in Dallas as uncounted ballots contained in flash drives show up four days after Super Tuesday’s primary vote. (After a judge-ordered count, outcomes unchanged, but serious concerns remain.)
Miss Virginia, the movie, tells the true story of one mom who refuses to stand down when told by the government that her child has no choice but to attend a dangerous, and failing, public school. Spoiler alert: she wins her parental-choice fight.
Interviews:
Reggie Littlejohn, founder of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, works on behalf of women’s rights in China, fighting forced abortion and other atrocities of Communism. She shared her insights on the healthcare system in China versus America in light of the coronavirus.
Congressional candidate (VA, CD 7 ) Tina Ramirez talked with me in-studio about her truly amazing and unique life path, the issues that matter to America in the 2020 elections, and her race for Congress as part of the broader mission for the GOP to retake the U.S. House.
Law professor and author of an in-depth book on Jeffrey Epstein’s life and his death, Deana Pollard Sacks, joined me to share her research into how and why America’s justice system protected Epstein and prevented true justice for his victims, and the inconsistencies of his “suicide” story.
Rebecca Friedrichs, plaintiff in a Supreme Court case demanding justice for teachers, author of Standing Up to Goliath, and activist for the rights of kids to a quality education free of perversion and indoctrination, and for teachers to freedom from union coercion, joined me.
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