CNN hosts a Town Hall that accomplishes very little except to waste everyone’s time. San Francisco believes they know best. Finally, we hit the predictions on the Soap Opera NFL. Enjoy and join us tonight for all this and more.
The New York Times has launched the 1619 project. What is it and why should you care? The 2020 field (and all of the hangers-on) keeps taking the bait, but doesn’t seem to understand what is happening. We explore. One fan requested our last topic (and one fan requested we never talk of sports). Guess who won. As the NFL Turns. All this and more on tonight’s episode. Join us.
The National Spelling Bee is called on account of lateness. Hank Haney speaks and finally being woke ain’t what is used to be. There is woke and then there is WOKE. Which are you? All this and more on tonights show. Join us.
William Barr could be in Contempt of Congress, but why? Politics is a melting pot of ideas and individuals, but can the DNC survive the coalition under their tent? Can the GOP? Finally, the SAT is supposed to measure college entrants aptitude for higher learning, but maybe there is too much power in one group determining your child’s future in the age of identity politics. All this and more on this long-awaited return of C&T Talk. Join us.
The Democrats race to SXSW to share their thoughts on destroying our country. In their own words, we examine their complete lack of understanding, well anything. Congress votes against hate, and allows one of the biggest haters to vote for the resolution. This cannot be made up folks. Finally, we discuss again why you don’t want equality if you believe in a capitalist merit based system, or you could support AOC. All this and more on tonights show.
When parties disagree, we often ask if they are on the same page. We ask if we are even reading the same book (we aren’t). Newsweek proposes that we haven’t been truly free since the Civil War and they have proof they we are all living under a Socialist umbrella and don’t even know it. Finally, Michael Cohen told stories for three days in front of Congress. What did we learn and was it worth it? All this and more on tonights episode. Join us.
Why are Democrats always fascinated with the Constitution whenever it applies to a Republican, but can’t seem to remember this when it applies to a Democrat? The Democratic Leadership is in a battle for survival against itself, but who will win and what will the losers do about it? Finally, we discuss our favorite period of American History and why this is important to each of us. All of this and more on tonight’s show.
Green New Deal or Green Bad Deal. Virginia should be placed in a time-out until they figure out how to be a real state. Finally, Tony and Chad discuss their favorite sports movies. We disagree with each other, but that is half the fun. All this and more on tonight’s show.