As we jump into our 26th record-breaking day of the government shut down, two stories are of top priority to the national media. President Trump buys fast food for the Clemson football team and makes a sexist remark while giving a speech discussing it. Join the front porch as we take a common sense look at this weeks news stories and the nonsense commentary about those stories.
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Washington D.C. has dug into a battle over $5 billion. Socialist are demanding trillions in spending as two parties in our country seem to be unable to compromise on 0.09% of our 2019 budget. Where does this leave the American workers, at home, not working, that's where.
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This mid-week podcast will dive into the issue of the border wall. Front Porch Politics will give you insight into common sense reasons and examples of why we need the border wall.
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As we close out our first week of 2019 we have had several news stories to draw clear lines in America. A new member of Congress calls President Trump a "Mother Fu--ker", a government shut-down over a wall, and the slaying of an American Hero.
This week's podcast will cover these topics, and give you insight as to how this has an effect on our daily lives in America.
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As we venture into 2019 I want to extend a personal challenge to my listeners and readers. Learn who you are. Learn why you feel the way you do politically. To begin your journey I would like to share mine with you. To do this I am going to share an experience I had on January 1st. I traveled along with 7 other members of my family to Winston, Georgia. There in Winston, I met a man by the name of Leon McClung. The conversations and stories I had with Mr. McClung were enough to drive the...
As we end the year 2018, Front Porch Politics would like to take a look back at the stories that impacted our country and culture. All while taking a conservative point-of-view of how the events impacted you and I. Now, let us take a look at the top stories of 2018!
In 2018, hashtag world that we live in one does not have to look far to see that the old traditions of a society and our country are not so popular anymore. I will be the first to admit that I am glad that Mulletts have gone out of style, but I do feel that this new generation, so-called by whoever the experts are as "Generation Z", has abandoned the traditions to which we held so dear for so, so long in our country. This podcast will dive back into memory lane as we look at the current...
This week on the Front Porch we will be discussing the topics that you may not have heard in other conservative media outlets. However, you will be given a fresh start to the conversation that will possibly be discussed. So pull up a chair and join in the conversation.
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If you grew up as I did, you may be familiar with a term that our parent's used. That phrase is taking someone to the woodshed. If you understand that term, then you will be completely filled into what I am about to discuss with you. President Trump met with Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck U Schumer today in the Oval Office, and in that meeting, he absolutely took both Pelosi and Schumer to the woodshed.
The special council headed by Robert Mueller has started to show the information they have spent $30 million to gather. What have we found? Tax fraud, campaign finance violations, and communication with the white house. Now as we jump into this week's podcast follow along as we discuss the Russian collusion and who really colluded.
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As we being our mid-week podcast we have several topics of discussion. We want to begin by paying tribute to a passing President. We will then discuss French President Macron's Carbon Tax, Neil Tyson's #MeToo moment, and the genius mind of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
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President Donald J. Trump won the 2016 elections on about 3 main topics. The main focus on his campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again” The next issue was to “Build the Wall.” Let us take a common sense approach to this topic.
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As we begin this mid-week update there are two major stories that are engulfing the headlines. Immigrants who are trying to breach our border, and the return of the Russian Collusion investigation. Let’s have a seat, and a warm cup of coffee, and get to our front porch discussion.
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Thanksgiving has passed and Christmas time is coming, and so begins the beloved time of year for the memorable cartoons we watched as kids that signaled "no school." Or at least some of us can still look back and enjoy the nostalgia of these classic shows, but not all do. This weekend podcast covers Peanuts being racist, along with Global Warming, and the Political Family Feud. You will want to listen!
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For those of you who do not know “We the People” have 3 branches of Government. 1. Legislative which is composed of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. 2. Executive branch composed of the Presidency and Vice-Presidency. 3. Judicial composed of the Supreme Court and it's nine Justices.
This lesson that should be taught in most high school, and for that matter elementary civics and history classes, has been working over 200 years and was the design of our founding fathers.
As we approach the week of Thanksgiving I would like to remind everyone of things we should be thankful for. First, let us as American's be thankful for the freedom that we have in this country. While we bicker and fight over policies by elected officials it is important to take time to be thankful for those who have sacrificed for us to be free. Secondly, we should be thankful for the ability to live in a mostly safe country. Again, this safety is not possible by the men and women who...
We hope you had a wonderful Veterans Day. While we celebrate those who fought for not only our freedom but also the liberation of other countries, we get lectured by a weak, Socialist from France about how dangerous we are to be pro-America. This coupled with the fact that we are finding that the state of Florida is still not declaring a winner in two of it’s larger races. We have anticipated a recount, and now we have it. We are awaiting this recount to declare a winner, while we learn in...
What a busy week we have had. Just when we thought we can put the mid-terms behind us and breath for a moment, there goes the state of Flordia and Arizona. New terms have entered into our vocabulary like gerrymandering, provisional ballot, and revocation of White House press pass. As we venture into this week of politics, let us reflect for a moment on a few of my favorite topics.
The 2018 mid-term election is over, and now we can start to get back to American unity, or more likely see a start to the 2020 Presidential Race. As we see the end of the mid-terms we are all ready for a break from the campaigning. However, we are already seeing a beginning to the 2020 Presidential race. Take a listen to this week's podcast to gain insight on to how to return to normal conversations with your friends and families.
Just some quick numberial facts for your educational...