NATO has been in need of a major update for decades. And thanks to Trump, it seems like our allies might actually begin to meet their obligations. Somehow, the media is trying to run with the narrative that convincing our allies to increase defense spending is exactly what Russia want. That and some ridiculous posturing from Democrats over Brett Kavanaugh.
A new Gallop poll shows patriotism is at an all-time-low. But that’s far from the whole story. Sam explains some of the stark differences between conservative patriotism and liberal patriotism — especially when things aren’t going exactly your way. All that and some long-overdue analysis of San Francisco.
The Democrats this week have suffered blow after blow to their cause. If you know any Democrats, please reach out to them and make sure they’re doing okay. From the retirement of Justice Kennedy to Trump’s to big judicial defeats on immigration and public sector unions, it’s just a really bad time to be on the Left. Conversely, it’s a great week to be an American.
Democrat politicians and media have gone all in. The United States is officially Nazi Germany (for the hundredth time since Trump was elected). Sam breaks down what’s really going down on the border, the options available to Trump, and what his Executive Order means.
While the left was consumed by competing for the loudest Border Holocaust analogy, they gave little time to testimony of Inspector General Horowitz’s testimony on Capitol Hill regarding FBI abuses. All that and a Phillie hot dog to the face on this week’s Sam Nation.
You’ve heard and will continue to hear that the 500 page Inspector General report on FBI conduct during the 2016 election found no evidence that biased agents influenced the election — much like conglomerated tobacco scientists could find no direct link between smoking and cancer. Sam gives you the information you need to show their claim of no bias is BS. And don’t worry, we didn’t forget to cover the summit with North Korea in Singapore, Rand Paul’s lawn, and Nevada pimps running for office.
Most Americans have a general sense that free speech laws are a bit stronger in the United States than they are in the United Kingdom. But even the more informed persons may be surprised by the absolute Orwellian dystopia Great Britain has become in terms of speech rights. Nothing is more illustrative of this than what has happened to Tommy Robinson.
Sam also discusses the late Chris Farley’s case against a bike company, why every pundit on TV gets the gay wedding cake Supreme Court case wrong, primary election analysis, and Brisbane’s now infamous “poo jogger.”
What are your free speech rights within the context of your employment? Whether it’s Roseanne or the NFL protesters, this question deserves a clear consistent answer. And Sam provides it, as well as some much needed clarity to SpyGate and North Korea.
The recent ruling that Trump can’t block Twitter trolls has some very bad implications for your private property rights — which the millennial suing his parents to remain in their home shows are already in a precarious position. Sam breaks it all down, as well as the cancelled North Korea Summit and Spygate 2018.
The Mainstream Media have either been intentionally lying or are completely inept at their jobs. Nothing demonstrates this better than the “immigrants are animals” outrage. Sam also has some thoughts on the recent shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas and the continuing issues at the Israeli border.