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No. 16 Bookworm Podcast

Bookworm Room's Podcast

Release Date: 09/12/2019

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In today's podcast, I look at

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While many people are upset at the president for withdrawing from Syria, he is doing as I predicted two years ago. This podcast compares Trump's foreign policy agenda to the Wilson Doctrine and the Obama Doctrine. Trump believes that his primary responsibility is to keep America safe, with a secondary responsibility to help our allies. America's interests must always come first.

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1. The Democrats' cries that they are victims of a witch hunt precisely parallel reporter Aaron Calvin's claim that he is a victim because he was doxed and fired after himself doxing Carson King.

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In this podcast, I try to explain to NeverTrumpers that their prejudices are getting in the way of their core values -- and I remind them that, if past presidents had been given daily media colonoscopies, as has been the case for Trump, they'd look pretty gross too.

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The starting point for any podcast today has to be Ukraine-gate, but I also throw in the physical dangers to our children because of college insanity and Mattel's new gender neutral dolls. 

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A lively Bookworm Beat covering gun control and suicides, Marianne Williamson (the Proggie Id), Justice Kavanaugh, free speech on campus and much more.

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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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If listening to Trump irks you, stop listening and start focusing on his accomplishments. Then do the same for the Dem candidates. Then vote for Trump.

When I'm bored, I watch video compilations showing how to do things better. Each video has 20-30 clips showing clever tricks for doing anything better (cleaning, packing, cooking, etc.). The videos are "show and tell," without narration, but with a music soundtrack. These soundtracks are always horrible.

This video, viewed over 270,000,000 times, shows both the useful information and the horrible music. 

The bad music doesn't make me avoid the content. Instead, I mute the music.

There’s a point to his seemingly irrelevant anecdote: When NeverTrumpers start wittering on about about Trump's latest bombastic tweet or speech, or another act of boastful puffery, I want to tell them to do as I do with my life-hacking videos: Turn off the sound and just focus on the content -- the content, in this case, being his achievements in office.

It occurred to me that this would be an interesting test to apply as well to the top Democrat candidates, each of whom functions at three different levels: (1) Promises to the base; (2) personal style; and (3) actual accomplishments.

To learn more, go to Bookworm Room -- or listen to this podcast.