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.
The man dubbed the MAGA Bomber has been apprehended. Sam explains how we got here — from Trump’s rhetoric, to the media, to the rhetoric of the Democrats. We also wade into Megyn Kelly’s blackface comments and the immigrant caravan.
Trump has trolled Elizabeth Warren into entirely self-destructing her own political career. And with it some other dominos of identity politics are falling. Sam explains just how bad this is for Democrats in the midterm elections.
The jet lag won’t hold him down. Freshly back from Europe, Sam talks Prague and the most important events of the week back in The States.
Despite being halfway across the world in Prague, Sam has been keeping up with the Kavanaugh Saga and is ready to tickle your earholes with some timely commentary.