It’s day 21 of the shutdown. If the federal government doesn’t reopen by midnight we will officially have the longest federal government shutdown ever. Sam gives his thoughts on how Trump and the Democrats will move forward. Will Trump use emergency powers to build the wall? Can Democrats stop him? And who will ultimately win this political battle?
If Trump’s border wall is an important issue for you, do not miss this episode. Sam goes behind the scenes and breaks down the challenges of getting the wall passed, a path forward, and his prediction of who will win this fight. Also, Mitt Romney’s …
The media is hysterical over Donald Trump actually talking to the troops about Syria, fights over the border wall, and the looming threat of China on this week’s Sam Nation.
The bipartisan, hysterical chorus of pundits and politicians decrying Trump’s decision to leave Syria are the same people who were wrong on Iraq and Libya. And they seem to have learned absolutely nothing. Sam elaborates on why withdrawal from Syria is the right move and explains the fight for the border wall, the stock market losses, and the huge win in prison reform.
While there is much still unknown in the Mueller Probe, one thing becomes increasingly clear, it’s an investigation that looks ironically like those performed by Russia rather than the United States. Here, we are supposed to investigate crimes. Russia, on the other hand, is famous for “show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.” Sam discusses the latest in the Mueller Probe, the bad strategies of the Democrats for 2020, PETA’s new idiom guidelines, and even a little TMZ style Royal Family drama.
Sam returns from the brief Thanksgiving hiatus to bring you the latest on Trump-Russia collusion, the Mueller probe, a civil asset forfeiture case in the Supreme Court, and the migrant caravan.
Sam breaks down the newest midterm election developments, and explains how the media gets the Jim Acosta court ruling completely wrong on the facts. Also, an early Thanksgiving message as Sam Nation will be off air next Friday for the holiday.
Republicans would have done much better in the midterms had they emulated Newt Gingrich’s leadership with the 1994 Congress and the House GOP’s Contract with America. But they’d first need a real leader to emerge and make that happen. But nobody is flying the plane. Speaking of pilots, Sam talks aviation in hour two with pilot extraordinaire Jim Eliason.
Sam gives a brief midterm update the morning after the elections.
Immigration continues to be a dominating issue for the midterm elections. Can Trump change birthright citizenship laws? Sam explains that and other important topics this week such as Blexit, Don Lemon, racism, and possible results after Tuesday’s vote.