Liberal Intolerance

Punishing Those Who Follow The Rules

How do we change the perception of black ownership of guns? What has been the reception of white liberals who can’t use the race card on groups like Black Guns Matter? Is the white male the biggest threat in minority communities? Why is the go to solution from politicians to punish the people who are actually following the rules? Hip Hop artist and founder of Black Guns Matter, Maj Toure joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Cultural Deregulation

Is it troubling that a growing segment of the Democratic Party doesn’t want to enforce the laws? Is the prevalence of violence in video games and other aspects of popular culture leading to more violence in real life? Are “progressives” the new establishment? Editor at First things, Rusty Reno joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss.

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Blue Texas?

Are Texas Democrats being even more divisive than they claim Trump is? Are those same Democrats alienating voters with their rhetoric? The Federalist’s John Daniel Davidson joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss the Democrats’ strategy for Texas.

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Why is there a conversation about whether or not a woman by law should have to wax a male’s genitals? Why is the obvious controversial these days? Are some activists willing to push their political agenda at the risk of hurting women? Founder of Feminist Current, Meghan Murphy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Stripped Of Title For Conservative Views

Why was Miss Michigan stripped of her title for tweets? Is there a mainstream bias against conservative women? University of Michigan student, Kathy Zhu joins Dan and Amy to discuss why she was stripped of her Miss Michigan title and what she plans to do next.

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Leftist Cleanse

How do the big social media giants determine what news sites are “credible?” Do Democrats decry corporate power even though they tend to be allies? Is there any way for any of the Democrats to center themselves once they’ve already driven themselves so far to the left during the Primary? Book editor at the Federalist, Mark Hemmingway joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Walk Away: The LGBT Community

How have Democrats been able to manipulate different minority groups for years? Does anyone have specifics for what “civil rights protections” Trump has rolled back on the LGBT community? Do liberals have no sense of reality of who Trump supporters really are? #WalkAway Founder, Brandon Straka joins Dan and Amy to discuss his upcoming Walk Away LGBT town hall in Chicago.

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The Lost History Of Liberalism

Who are the true liberals and who is using the word correctly? Are those on the left advocating for policies that are actually the antithesis of true liberalism? Did liberalism play a role in creating a more secular society? Author Helen Roseblatt joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Liberal Bias At University Of Illinois

Are your tax dollars going towards the censorship of conservative students at the University of Illinois? What’s the campus culture like? University of Illinois student, Blair Nelson joins Dan and Amy to discuss his First Amendment suit against the university.

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D.C. Press Corps' War On Catholic Schools

How does the Catholic Church reform itself externally and internally after the Covington Catholic incident? Msgr. Pat Hamborough of St. Mark's in St. Louis, the priest you saw being accosted by the Black Hebrews over the weekend that started the chain reaction of events at the Lincoln Memorial, joins Dan and Amy with a first-person account of what the Covington Catholic School boys did.

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King’s Legacy Has Become A Shakespearean Tragedy

“If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as a Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry.”

That was Rev. Martin Luther King’s appeal to work as soulcraft in his 1967 “Street Sweeper” speech at New Covenant Baptist Church in Chicago.

Today those words are blasphemy to Leftist elites who invoke his name while seeking to expunge from history those names King called forth.

Yale dropped Shakespeare as required reading for English Literature majors—as have most of America’s top-ranked universities—in response to the contention that his transcendental works on human nature somehow create a hostile campus environment for persons of color.

King was a man of letters who argued the purpose of education was to “teach one to think intensively and think critically.”

Today the politicized professoriate would rather students not think at all. 

King understood Escalus’ observation in Measure for Measure that, “Some by sin do rise and others by virtue fall.” 

It’s a Shakespearean tragedy for black and white alike that so few of today’s students do.

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More Of The Same From The D.C. Press Corps

Why was everyone ready to destroy high school kids wearing MAGA hats over an edited video on social media? Is the anti-semitism from women’s march organizers too much for the DNC but not too much for Johnnie Walker? Are corporate cultural marxists a bigger threat than government? Are any offers going to be accepted on border wall funding from the Democrats? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Has The Pendulum Swung Too Far?

Has society lost the ability to have a moral fact-based dialogue? Why have those in academia dumbed down education and turned learning into the propagation of opinions rather than a search for the truth? Have helicopter parents set their kids up for failure? Oklahoma Wesleyan University President, Dr. Everett Piper, joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss. 

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Feel Good Idealism Leaving People Worse Off

If the Left has only hate to offer, what should conservatives offer in response? Is the need for liberalism becoming obsolete? Does America not give itself enough credit for its moral evolution? Are school choice programs giving Republicans an advantage in governors’ races in states like Florida and Arizona? Author and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Shelby Steele joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Suburban Moms

What to do about suburban moms?

The GOP lost suburban women by 19 points in the midterms.

It was well-to-do suburban moms who gave Democrats the House.

Should Republicans shame them as the Left does?

Should Republicans pander to them with the “Hi, my name is Dan. I’m a Republican and I apologize,” approach they’ve been using.

How about eliminating their unique designation.

Political messaging needs to be a succinct with a point.

Here’s mine for suburban moms: other than the special role you have in raising your children, you are not special.

You’re supposed to be a civilizing influence.

Instead you’ve thrown in with the mob pounding on Tucker Carlson’s front door while his wife was locked in her kitchen pantry waiting for police to arrive.

I’m not impressed with your B.A. in Ancient Civilizations from Vassar.

You don’t care about good schools or public safety any more than I do.

You’re not doing any more of Corporal Works of Mercy than I am.

Adhering to Economics 101 axioms doesn’t make me a misogynist.

And I’m not responsible for the man you chose to marry.

Here’s my value proposition for you and every other man and woman, whatever their race, religion, age, education and household income: separate bathrooms and equal protection under the law.

Take it or leave it.


Fringe Candidate: Sean Casten

Why is Sean Casten doubling down on his hero, sex columnist, Dan Savage? Why would Casten buddy up with Madigan? Is Peter Roskam drained or invigorated with a week to go until the election? Is this Congressional race way beyond donkeys and elephants but how we view the world? Congressman from the 6th District, Peter Roskam joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Left's Blame Game

I know there’s nothing new in this world, but the Left’s routine is getting quite old.

Just as the Left contended Sarah Palin’s crosshairs art over digital congressional maps was responsible for the Gabby Giffords shooting, so we’re now told President Trump’s dismissal of the DC press corps as “fake news” and declaration that Don Lemon is the dumbest man on TV is to blame for the bomb delivered to CNN.

“Words matter,” declared CNN President Jeff Zucker.

Mattering is not a synonym for causation.

When a Utah man was indicted earlier this month for sending a threatening, ricin-laced letter to Trump, I don’t recall CNN featuring any roundtable discussions or accusatory chryons suggesting the “Trump is Hitler” crowd was to blame.

When a Bernie Sanders supporter opened fire on congressional Republicans, I don’t remember any suggestion from the Left that Comrade Bernie’s overheated criticisms of Trump as a totalitarian incited the shooting. CNN treated the whole matter more like a local crime story than an attempted political assassination.

What’s the standard for establishing who’s liable for political violence, you ask?

Depends on the target is the DC press corps’ answer.

Words do matter, as CNN’s Zucker said.

And the words offered by human refrigerator magnets impersonating political leaders and the Democrat Party’s comms team masquerading as journalists are precisely what elected Trump and will re-elect him.


Republicans “Gloating” About Kavanaugh Confirmation

Should Republicans be allowed to celebrate the Kavanaugh confirmation? Is the U.S. at risk of being governed by five lawyers? Are leftist elites shrieking because they are afraid of democracy? If the Democrats take over the House, will they spend the full two years trying to impeach Trump? Should there be investigations into those who may have testified untruthfully in the Kavanaugh hearings? Writer and editor at stream.org, John Zmirak joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Republicans Not Backing Down

Are Democrats turning their Blue Wave into a Red Riptide? Did the Democrats manage to fire up the Republican base and attract independents with their hysterical antics? What about Scott Walker’s hard road ahead for governor? Are Republicans taking the same approach as Trump and no longer letting themselves get walked on by the left? Congressman Sean Duffy from Wisconsin’s 7th District joins Dan and Amy to discuss the potential red wall in November. 

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State Sen. Dan Biss Takes A Page Out Of Maxine Waters’ Playbook

Maxine Waters' harassment protocol has been adopted by one Socialist IL politician, State Sen. Dan Biss. Why do IL politicians think they can do whatever they want and get away with it? Is this how they treat anyone who gets in their way in continuing to bankrupt the state? Was he emboldened by comments from Maxine Waters or still mad he didn’t win the Democratic gubernatorial race? President of Wirepoints.com, Ted Dabrowski joins Dan and Amy to discuss his confrontation with Biss at a local Panera.

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