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No. 16 Bookworm Podcast

Bookworm Room's Podcast

Release Date: 09/12/2019

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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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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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Having looked at what Trump and the Republicans stand for in terms of values, practical politics, and long-term goals for America, and compared that to what the Democrats have offer, I've concluded that I'd vote for Trump no matter how awful a person he was (and I don't think he's awful). On all things -- the Constitution, an armed citizenry, binary sexes, the free market, climate, the national debt, immigration, the rule of law -- Trump is not just the lesser of two evils, he's also the greater good.

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This podcast reflects ideas set out in the following posts at Bookworm Room:

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1. The IG Report re the FBI that was released today.

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In this podcast I discuss the many things for which I am grateful this Thanksgiving. They include friends and family (and the wisdom to attain them), the many blessings of living in America, and my incredible gratitude that Donald Trump is the American president (along with all the reasons why I feel that way).

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Although the world applies the terms "Left" and "Right" to the American political scene, those words fail to distinguish American conservatives from the rest of the world's political "Right." We conservatives are different and we're better.

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In this podcast I discuss:

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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.