Curt Schilling’s ‘Whatever It Takes,’ With Steven Crowder on Freedom, Canada and Big Gulps


Three-time World Series champion Curt Schilling hosts a political talk show weekdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. online at On Thursday, Steven Crowder came on the show, “Whatever It Takes,” to talk about talk politics, humor, Uber and magnetic resonance imaging devices.

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Crowder is the host of the “Louder with Crowder” podcast and news site, as well as a conservative activist.

For many years, Crowder toured college campuses, but he said the threats of physical violence because too real and too dangerous for him to continue. “I don’t show up unless the FBI is there,” he said.

Threats against him and other conservatives are just part of the intellectual suppression taking place on American campuses, he said.

Colleges are producing completely uninformed citizens, Crowder said. “They really are indoctrination factories.”

Still, there are some students willing to stand up for conservatism or even the rights of conservatives, he said. Some of them are thinking: “You know what? I am not a sexist because I open a door for a woman,” he said.

If he was a political consultant for the Republican Party, Crowder said he would focus on four issues: for gun rights, for free speech, against feminism and its disruption of gender roles and against Islamic terrorism.

The former child actor told Schilling because he was raised in Canada, he comes to America and American politics with appreciation and insights her own citizens seem to miss.

Freedom is used in the United States to mean different things for different people. “Liberals don’t care about Freedom regarding what you eat, the Big Gulps you can drink, what car you can drive do to emissions. They don’t even want you to the right to Uber,” he said.

“When it comes to forcing you and me to pay for somebody else’s abortion, the Freedom card gets slapped down on the table,” Crowder said.

But, conservatives should not give up hope that things can turn around, he said.

In Canada, the people were stuck with a government-run health care monopoly that was unresponsive to the needs of the people, he said. “There were two MRI’s in the country when my mother ruptured her disc–she had to wait nine months.” Then, the country’s high court overturned the ban on private medicine and things have started to improve, he said.

There is a chance that Hillary R. Clinton may win the election, yet, conservatives must continue to fight on, he said.

You can hear Whatever It Takes weekdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., online at

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