Just how DO you make free markets sexy to Generation Snowflake?
Just how DO you make free markets sexy to Generation Snowflake?
Sonnie talks about the Democrat machine being in full operation in tearing down Judge Brett Kavanaugh and how Democrats will do anything to destroy Donald Trump.
The left’s anti-gun arguments rest on fabrications, exaggerations, and outright lies. Thus, those arguments crumble when subjected to facts and evidence. On this week’s episode of Bullets, hear AWR Hawkins and guest Dianna Muller discuss facts about firearms.
From U.K. police more interested in “hate non-crime” than in actual rapes and murders (no really!) to nonsense “man has baby” headlines in conservative newspapers, James Delingpole explains on this week’s episode of Delingpole how all our institutions are caving to deranged leftist lunacy.
Recent accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh illustrate what is at stake for the Democrats when it comes to control and pushing their agenda through the judiciary and not the legislative branch.
On this week’s episode of Bullets, AWR Hawkins lets you know that Bill Clinton wants an “assault weapons” ban, Vice magazine says “good guys with a gun” don’t exist, and one college professor actually shot himself to protest AR-15s.
Ignoring the historical lessons of Prohibition, the Nanny Staters are on the march and have a whole new range of excuses for why their brand of “benign” paternalism is good for us all: alcohol, e-cigarettes, sugar, and fat are all in their sights.
Sonnie opens up about how 9/11 increased her awareness on foreign and domestic issues and encouraged an entire generation of men to dedicate their lives to the protection of the nation.
Liberals are at war with our gun rights and have been for quite some time. However, on this week’s episode of Bullets, AWR Hawkins explains how their anti-gun fervor is now so great that their fight against guns has become a pitched battle against gun owners.
Toby Young – journalist, educational campaigner, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, and former Top Chef judge – tells James on this week’s episode of Delingpole the full horrifying story of how his life was almost destroyed by Social Justice Warriors (SJWs).
Colin Kaepernick has become the face of a Nike campaign, and Jemele Hill received millions for her departure from ESPN. Sonnie Johnson explains why Republicans continue to make black liberals rich – but do not do the same for black conservatives.
James reveals he has a horrible mystery disease – and that he would much appreciate some support from his very Special Listening Friend. Please feel free to visit his GoFundMe page – called, obviously, Make James’s Health Great Again.
Red flag laws allow police to seize firearms from private citizens after securing a court order. Such laws tempt our minds to embrace a certain degree of firearm confiscation as normal and contribute to a mentality that even impacts the way judges interact with citizens in family court.
James talks with author David Craig about why it is a bad idea for parents to send their children to get a college education.
Sometimes, you have to laugh to keep from crying.
Kaya Jones rose to fame as a member of the Pussycat Dolls, but she is now an outspoken advocate of God, America, and guns.
Our civilization is built on free speech, and it is not just Silicon Valley liberals or Antifa or CNN that threaten it, but our entire culture.
When it comes to trade, the military, foreign policy, or immigration, the president takes it all very seriously. When it comes to black people, not so much. The proof: hiring Omarosa in the first place.
Hunter Pollack talks about how Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has hired security personnel armed with radios, instead of guns, and flip-flopped on its decision to install metal detectors.
Tim Martin, Britain’s leading pro-Brexit entrepreneur, tells James the story of how he got to be worth $400 million, why he voted Leave, and whom he blames for the government’s failure to deliver it.
America will always work best with the government closest to the people, and Republicans need to get on the playing field of machine politics.
Chicago has long been a gun control experiment gone wrong, and the cost has not only been in money wasted and resources mismanaged, but in lives lost.
Conservative activist Ashton Whitty talks about her strange childhood as the daughter of West coast liberal parents and being just about the only Trump fan at Berkeley.
On this week’s Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson breaks down the divide in the country and lets the resistance movement know they better get on board before there is another economic downturn
NRATV’s Cam Edwards talks about the gun grabbing left’s Doomsday scenario.
What happens when the largest social media platforms collude with various global governments? Your rights die.
Sonnie says people lie about wanting civility. All you have to do is look at social media, and you will find the worst that people have to offer.
AWR Hawkins talks with Cody Wilson about his battle with the Department of Justice and the overlooked agreement reached with the State Department.
All those too-big banks should have been allowed to fail – and we are still paying the price for bailing them out.
What happened at the summit in Helsinki? Sonnie Johnson dives deep into the joint press conference.
A family’s worst nightmare is having their home invaded. Do you have a plan in case of a home invasion?
Find out if you need to pack your bags to find the best health care – in the world.
Blacks already know that socialism and progressivism are failures.
Kurt Schlichter has seen up close what happens when governments disarm their citizenry.
Dr. Will provides vivid examples of why the NHS does not deserve its reputation as the “envy of the world” and why socialized medicine is not the answer to our more complicated health requirements.
Sonnie Johnson explains why there is a socialist storm gathering in the United States.
AWR talks with Breitbart Legal Editor Ken Klukowski on this week’s Bullets with AWR Hawkins. The two discuss Klukowski’s recent article pinpointing President Trump’s process of filling the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) vacancy.
James talks with Sven Hughes about a number of topics on this week’s episode of Delingpole.
On this week’s Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson chats about the state of American civility with the recent call from U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) to confront Trump administration officials anywhere in public.
AWR talks with Dick Heller on this week’s episode of Bullets.