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First Amendment, Maricopa County audit and Interview with Dr Tim Ryan

The Alan Sanders Show

Release Date: 07/21/2021

BEST OF - Friday - Emotions have a way of stopping the truth show art BEST OF - Friday - Emotions have a way of stopping the truth

The Alan Sanders Show

This episode originally aired on Friday, May 20, 2022.  In today's episode, I wanted to be a little more philosophical about how many of us process the news. I am always wondering why so many continue to blindly believe the mainstream media, no matter how many times they are wrong. What is it that convinces so many to say, "Sure, okay, they got that last one wrong, but I'm sure they've got this one right!" The only explanation I have been able to formulate hinges on the primitive parts of our brains where our emotions are. Our earliest survival techniques centered around feelings of fear,...

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BEST OF - Thursday - Limiting information is always bad show art BEST OF - Thursday - Limiting information is always bad

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This episode originally aired on Thursday, February 3, 2022. In this episode, I spend some time discussing the nature of limiting information. It is so easy to fall into the altruistic trap of saying, nothing should be uttered unless it's true. There should be no sources of misinformation or disinformation. On the surface, it sounds like a wonderful concept, but in reality, it's a dangerous path. If we really buy into the notion of canceling anyone or anything who is spreading misinformation, why do we need so many news outlets? If there is only "one" version of any story, why not just have a...

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BEST OF - Wednesday - Jonathan Turley on Biden Crime Family and Groomers are mad show art BEST OF - Wednesday - Jonathan Turley on Biden Crime Family and Groomers are mad

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This episode orginally aired on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. In today's episode, I discuss some of the issues related to the Biden Crime Family. Constitutional scholar and professor at George Washington University, Jonathan Turley discusses the damaging emails and how the White House and President Joe Biden are not doing themselves any favor with how they are trying to spin the narrative. Basically, what they are trying to get us to believe is Hunter Biden "may" have done a few things that "could" get him indicted, but it never involved the President at all. The influence peddling (or pay to...

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BEST OF - Tuesday - They want to fundamentally change our country show art BEST OF - Tuesday - They want to fundamentally change our country

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This episode originally aired on Wednesday, March 16, 2022. In this episode, we once again have to address the lies from Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary about the 9,000 drilling leases available for drilling. This administration is selling that narrative even after it has been taken apart over and over again. I even have some sound bites of the very blue-collar Americans Democrats’ always pretend to represent who are still unemployed after Joe Biden canceled the Keystone XL pipeline project. Maybe this administration needs to listen to a few Americans who do not revolve around K...

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BEST OF - Monday - Rights should not be subjective show art BEST OF - Monday - Rights should not be subjective

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This episode originally aired on Monday, February 21, 2022 In this episode, I open with an example of how one of the oldest mainstream media outlets, the New York Times, decides whether or not your protest is acceptable. It's not about breaking laws or infringing on rights. Nope. Instead, it's whether or not your protest aligns with their political views. This goes along with what I mentioned in a previous show about how liberals are not driven by core principles, but rather by outcomes. If one group is politically aligned with them, they will offer support. However, if the group has a...

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GDP shinks again and whatever you call it, it's not good show art GDP shinks again and whatever you call it, it's not good

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Thank you for your indulgence yesterday. I know today’s content is a day later than I would have liked, but sometimes, life happens. Today, I dive headlong into the GDP numbers revealing another quarter of negative growth. That’s two consecutive quarters of economic shrinkage and meets the definition for recession. As Rick Santelli said on his CNBC show, “It’s not good, whatever you want to call it.” I spend a good amount of time tearing apart the “good” news the White House keeps trying to point to, like more consumer spending and more corporate spending. It’s amazing to me...

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FBI whistleblowers say Hunter Biden laptop intentionally labeled disinformation show art FBI whistleblowers say Hunter Biden laptop intentionally labeled disinformation

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Today I open with just a little peek behind the digital curtain. I am having to record the show the day before because I will be filling in on The Erick Erickson show from 12PM to 3PM ET and had to get my show done ahead of time. Normally, this isn’t worth mentioning, but we all know the GDP numbers dropped and I wanted to explain why I didn’t cover them today, as I would have had I not had a scheduling conflict. So, what I do cover in great detail is how whistleblowers within the FBI have come forward and presented Senator Chuck Grassley with a trove of documents showing they...

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Karine is so very bad, Democrats turning on Biden and Hutchinson's an insurrectionist show art Karine is so very bad, Democrats turning on Biden and Hutchinson's an insurrectionist

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On today’s show we open with yet another embarrassing moment from White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. In all honesty, I have never seen a worse person at that lectern in my entire life. Once again she avoided answering the question of recession, even when pressed by a CNN press person. John King of CNN had a panel and had to admit with inflation hitting hard across so many items, it doesn’t matter if the price of gasoline has fallen $.50/gallon in the last 40 days. The price of energy is up over 41%, eggs over 33% and milk over 16%. The basics are costing so much more than...

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Biden says no recession and Legacy media conveniently forgets the definition too show art Biden says no recession and Legacy media conveniently forgets the definition too

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Today we continue looking at the White House’s desperate scramble to redefine what makes for a recession. Before I get to that, I was a little tickled to see how my snarky comments last Friday about the J6 Committee season one finale coming to an end turned into a massive talking point for the mainstream media. However, they saw it as a positive! Season one may be over, but season two is coming! Let’s all cheer for the latest “hit” for reality TV! It’s actually quite sad, but also quite telling. As I’ve said since the beginning, the J6 Committee is not interested in the whole...

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WH redefining WH redefining "recession" and has Liz Cheney already switched parties?

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Today’s show opens with the topic of recession. I already told you based on continued inflation both at the consumer (9.1%) and the wholesale (11.3%) levels, there is no way to avoid another quarter of negative Growth Domestic Product. Now, I am certain of it! Why? Because Janet Yellen assures us it’s not going to happen. And Biden White House economic adviser Brian Deese has redefined the terminology. On top of that, the office posting from Whitehouse.gov has also redefined what a recession means. Folks, it’s simple...two back-to-back quarters of negative GDP is considered recession. If...

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This episode orginally aired on July 17, 2021. This portion of the show contains all of the topics discussed in the second full hour of the on-air radio broadcast, featuring an interview with Dr. Tim Ryan of the Physician's Practice. To open, I remind the audience about the wording of the First Amendment. The White House is playing cute with backdoor censorship of free speech and if allowed, it won't just be Covid-19 information they will want to control. This leads to the recent presentation of the election audit taking place in Maricopa County, AZ.

There are several significant questions and problems, but the audit team wants to make sure they do not make the wrong conclusions. They want to have additional information provided to help determine if the errors can be explained by clerical mistakes. We should not want to lock down the conversation nor the investigation to make sure we are always improving the integrity of the vote.

As the opening monologue segues, I welcome Dr. Tim Ryan to the show to discuss the Delta variant. We also talk about the difference between the terms, "positive test," and an actual, "case," of something. This leads to the definition of vaccine and why are some 100% effective, yet others not even close, yet share the same lable? The mixed messaging behind the vaccine, the obfuscation of data and the fear mongering are all on the rise.

In the midst of this, the White House is actively seeking to force Facebook (and other social media entities) to censor information they do not like. We finish with a discussion over the irrational push of making those 18 and younger to take the vaccine. The other effects on the population from all of the fear and hand-wringing will likely be far worse on the population that anything Covid ever did.

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