An exhausting week comes to an exhausting end. The Lev & Igor Show spawns spin-offs. Nitwit Nero flexes his muscle at Fox. MAGATS are mean to union powerline workers in California. The Extraordinary Ordinary Roundtable engages in a sing-along.
Ever heard a sitting United States Senator betray his country in a live recording? Listen to this episode and you will. The ForProfit Media insists on describing what Lindsey Graham did with the Moscow Morning Zoo Crew callers as a “prank,” but it’s actually espionage in plain sight, or hearing, that is. You won’t hear this in this level of depth on the ForProfit Media. Inform yourselves.
Please turn in your bibles to . . . never mind. If you’re smart, you’ll just turn in your bibles. Franklin Graham solves the mystery of the source of STDs. Marion “Pat” Robertson worries about neighborhood demonism. Kanye West designs his clothes according to Leviticus. E-Dub Jackson accidentally drops the dime on his Daddy Trump. Toy fetuseseseses in British Columbia. Halloween insurgency.
We’d like to welcome back our beloved Dr. Bill Obrien after a brief hiatus due to illness! We’ve missed him greatly.
Today’s program covered issues with Ukraine, impeachment, and the Constitutional Convention of 1787. While that may sound as if one doesn’t affect the other, it does. History, especially when dealing with the Constitution, is paramount in discussing politics. What we’re seeing from our governments actions directly opposes everything that our Constitution was designed for, which is to serve the People and their best interests in order to insure a prosperous and thriving nation. This isn’t what we’re getting when the few are reaping all the benefits while the many are left out in the cold.
Somebody poured some hooch into the engines to make ’em run hotter right toward that iceberg! Making nicey with war criminals. Gay rights give Anne’s boy Neil the fan-tods. ProTip for MAGAT DoJ Lawyers: don’t make the judge say “Wow.” It’s not a good sign. A historical look at smear politics. MAGAT with a gun threatens woman with bumper sticker. Memories of my happy childhood shattered by Matt Gaetz, who exposed the maliciousness of Captain Kangaroo.
Moran Monday with a vengeance! Noted Psychologist asks a question we asked here at The HORN months ago. Nitwit Nero throws Kurds to the lions . . . or did he? Chuck Todd finds a spine. Trump ads already polluting TV. Guess where! The unthinkable gets spoken on Fox.
Ouch! Thorns! But it all begins with comedy, courtesy of Gym Shorts Jordan, who didn’t know what he didn’t know. Nitwit Nero tries his hand at comedy. HINT: he shouldn’t. Quit your day job, Donnie. He’s drowning in daily drips: today, our Ambassador to Ukraine got canned because she wasn’t sufficiently obsequious to Trump. Chlamydia Claudius meanwhile, confessed outdoors, under the sun, in public, with cameras running as he admitted he wanted Ukraine to investigate the Bidens AND called for the Chinese to do the same. But wait: there’s more. A detailed explanation of what keeps Republicans from denouncing Trump and honoring their oaths. With all due respect to Paul Krugman, it’s not “Pelosi Derangement Syndrome.”
Been a brutal couple of days hereabouts. Last night’s absence explained; but the 15 millisecond news cycle waits for no one.
Another rage-tweet weekend for Nitwit Nero, another parade of White House liars and enablers on the Sunday shows. It’s definitely Moran Monday!
A week of madness draws to its inevitable conclusion, but not without its own madness to top off the tank.
The cat’s out of the bag, and it’s howling. Nitwit Nero is in the midst of a paranoid conniption. The walls are closing in.
Loving Christian minister attacks Greta Thunberg. Another loving Christian minister attacks a teen girl and tries to rape her. Christian “prophet” fantasizes the execution of Barack Obama on orders from Q. Anti-vaxxers threaten well-being of North Carolina’s children.
Our program today focuses on James Madison and what he had in mind regarding our Constitution and what it meant for the People. Madison’s Federalist Papers #10 and #51 were referenced in this discussion as well as an essay by Larry Kramer called, “The Interest of the Man”: James Madison, Popular Constitutionalism, and the Theory of Deliberative Democracy.
These references give you only a thumbnail of our discussion and we hope you’ll join us in perusing this and many other topics that are crucial in understanding how government was designed to function and for what purposes they hoped to achieve.
A special Impeachment Front Porch. With all the news breaking today, it was time to turn the group’s attention to questions of Impeachment, the evidence for it and the procedure of it. Also: Ivanka goes to a Religious Freedom Conference at the UN. One may only wonder what Mother Pence must have thought.
We welcome you back after our brief hiatus to another program that’s isn’t only history, but a discussion on Civics and how history is perceived in and out of the classroom. While our text books only teach a somewhat distorted view of history as it occurred, it stands to reason that history is only as good as the person writing the book. This is why we need to refer to source materials.
We’ll be covering the information that’s in Dr. Obrien’s lectures on the Constitution, the Confederation period and the Declaration of Independence. Let’s discuss what’s made our country and compare it to what’s taking place now and see where it leads us.
Again, thank you for your support of this program.
“And a little child shall lead them.” Greta Thunberg called out every hydrocarbon moran on Planet Earth today. Later in the program, and other delightful conversation with Dan Fisher as he celebrates his first birthday with his new heart . . . and it’s a big, good one.
The revelations continue to dribble out of Nitwit Nero’s maladministration about the sleazy, crooked business with Ukraine. Chlaymydia Claudius rents the U.S. military to the barbarians in Saudi Arabia. Climate Strike brings out millions to demand a future for our species.
Naturally, everyone is talking about the more-and-more obvious fact that Nitwit Nero is a foreign asset; but there’s another issue begging for attention that is being serially ignored: the UAW strike against GM. Gee! I wonder why that might be? Also: the curse upon humanity that is the Anti-vaxxer movement.
The Cathedral sound system was on the fritz, but we got through without the usual hymn. A little real news and then off to the races with the Religion Industry goons. Everything from good, Christian child sexual abuse to “The Deplorable Choir,” to a Deep State Conspiracy at the blood bank. Oh, and an Assembly of Gawd exorcism.