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No. 12 Bookworm Podcast

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Release Date: 08/24/2019

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Socialized medicine is bad and the "moderate" plan to have a public/private hybrid healthcare system only draws out the agony on the road to single payer.

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If listening to Trump irks you, stop listening and start focusing on his accomplishments. Then do the same for the Dem candidates. Then, if you have conservative values, you will feel compelled to vote for Trump and truly dismayed by the nonentities on the Democrat side of the aisle.

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I'm not normally focused on or inspired by the thought of chicken sex, but a video out of Spain about roosters raping hens changed all that.

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The American college has lost its way. Saving it requires removing all taxpayer funds and refocusing the mission on high-level, job-based skills.

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Help me develop a polite, persuasive argument to challenge a  young friend of mine who has bought into the media narrative about right-wing extremism.

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It's a controversial point, but I argue that the NYT's 1619 Project, which seeks to divide and destroy America is not only evil, it's profoundly wrong: Although 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.

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In this podcast, I'll take you on a very quick journey through Stone Age and Roman History to remind you that a pre-modern, pre-Judeo-Christian, pre-Bill of Rights world was a terribly violent place. One of the horrors of the modern era is that the Leftists, in their push for power, are trying to return us to that violent tribal worldview.

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The old mainstream media would have criticized Israel for refusing to admit Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. Today, the internet means ordinary people have a louder voice than before and can counter the media's bad ideas. Also, the New York Times argues that slavery made America and that slavery is interwoven, in the worst way, in America's soul. This is just plain wrong.

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For a full written version of this podcast, go to Bookworm Room (Bookwormroom.com.)

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The great danger of riptides is the fact that you don't realize you're drifting further and further from shore. In American politics, Leftists and, of late, NeverTrumpers have inexorably been drifting further and further from the shore of sanity, rationality, and national security. I discuss that drift in today's politics -- how it happened, what it means, and whether there's hope for it to stop.

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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.