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No. 12 Bookworm Podcast

Bookworm Room's Podcast

Release Date: 08/24/2019

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The three big topics I cover are Biden's Afghanistan failures and the left's inability to understand what's going on, COVID vaccine mandates and other pressure for a disease with a greater than 98% survival rate; and gender madness, especially the type that's targeted at children.

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Olympics, vaccines, weeping men, horrible English teachers, and more.

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I give my invariably strong opinions about the day's news, whether it's lying doctors, sports teams renaming themselves, the Olympics, poor Jacob Chansley, Antifa and the NYPD, the myriad failures of the governing left, Jen Psaki's snark, or a wonderful Donald Trump impersonator.

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This video podcast looks at Turning Point USA's decision to ban a porn star from one of its events; the current unattainable COVID policy allowing the government to stay in the driver's seat; the big problem Democrats are going to face with their January 6 prosecutions; why we should be dubious about anything coming from the American Academy of Pediatrics; and how we can all help America through this trying time.

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This marks my second attempt at a video podcast and it's still rough around the edges (especially at the end) but you get to hear me opine about social issues and politics, including Critical Race Theory, gender madness, military madness, and more.

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My first podcast after an 18 month break. I'm rusty and I'm trying something new but it's still me, the Bookworm, talking politics and social issues.

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Just today, I put up a post challenging the gun control that is dear to the hearts of Bernie (the current Democrat candidate of the week) and the other Democrat candidates. I've done a 180 since my younger days, when I too advocated gun control, and I've made this transition because I've learned that the only way a society can remain safe and free is for moral, law-abiding citizens to have the right to arm themselves. This isn't just my opinion. The data is overwhelming.

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Over the past week, I’ve put up two posts about something that really gets my goat, which is the way in which those who contend that it’s possible to change ones gender — that is, to be “transgender” — are leading a very aggressive war against reality. In doing so, they are accidentally or deliberately partnering with Marxists to destroy Western culture. Reality will always win, but that fallout from a society’s break with reality can be terrible.

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Bookworm Room's Podcast

Over the past week, I’ve put up two posts about something that really gets my goat, which is the way in which those who contend that it’s possible to change ones gender — that is, to be “transgender” — are leading a very aggressive war against reality. In doing so, they are accidentally or deliberately partnering with Marxists to destroy Western culture. Reality will always win, but that fallout from a society’s break with reality can be terrible.

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Faux impeachment proceedings aren't going to help the Democrat Party faithful's deadly lack of enthusiasm; they're paralyzed by their own ineffectiveness.

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Though slavery was awful, for today's American blacks what would have been even worse was an absence of the slavery that brought them to these shores.

My co-blogger, Wolf Howling, has already written two excellent posts savaging the shoddy scholarship and evil motives behind the New York Times' 1619 Project. He's right, of course, but that hasn't stopped the project from benefiting from the fact that the Times, while it no longer even makes a pretense of reporting news (instead it works as a Democrat propaganda arm), still has a disproportionate reach into American minds. For example, at Twitter, Stu Cvrk does a quick rundown of the Times' decades'-long control over American newsrooms, a power it still holds today -- as can be seen from the fact that USA Today has already published its own echo of the 1619 project.

Even the meanest intellect can understand the message that the Times' and its fellow travelers are pushing: Americans cannot hide behind the Constitution to claim that they are a society founded on a great and colorblind idea (albeit one that was imperfectly implemented for a long time). Instead, from the moment Europeans set foot on America's shores, they brought with them an evil so great that America is irredeemably corrupt. And of course, the proggies know the only way to purge that corruption: America must be destroyed and rebuilt in a socialist mold. ***

Read the full companion post, complete with all hyperlinks, here.