Andrew and Melissa discuss what’s wrong with women. They also solve other world problems including Obama’s malaise and Mourning In America. “I’m a big fan of Malcolm & Melissa podcasts. Like Spitzer/Parker without the prostitution and shame”—Pete
Archive for September, 2010
Today is the day when we focus on the machinations of the polls, the end games being played in Congress leading up to the election, and even review the gambling odds on the races. Enjoy!
Who could vote for both President GW Bush and President Barack Obama? A moderate! Specifically, Brendan Loy–lawyer, Tolkien lover and weather scholar. Brendan joins Melissa to talk about everything from absorbing terrorist attacks to Keynsian economics to the problems with Lord of the Rings. It’s a long one, but a good one.
Clyde welcomes Bruce McQuain from Q and O dot net. Together they take apart the recent testimony from Former US DOJ Voting Section Chief Christopher Coates which admitted the Holder DOJ has a policy of not prosecuting voting-rights violations if the perpetrator is not white. Ouch. Clyde and Bruce discuss the Middle East, whether Hillary […]
Malcolm and Melissa talk Sarah, Nikki Haley of South Carolina and Christine O’Donnell. They also laugh at Obama’s politics of change and express relief at the recession being over.
Clyde marks the Holder Department of Justice for what it is: Useless. They sit back and let the military be disenfranchised, regardless of their disproportionate minority vote; and the New Black Panther case is oozing political involvement (thank you, Judicial Watch). Sen. Durbin speaks too honestly: He thinks the dem chances of retaining the Senate […]
Clyde dons his professor cap to give a history on the Constitution leading through the formation of Republican Party and the advent of the Tea Party. Expansion of the federal government is the problem, and Clyde goes through the Elizabethan Poor Laws and their application to today. Finally, did we win Delaware but lose the […]
We’re all about the mid-terms this week and we’re joined by one of the country’s foremost campaign experts to help us sort through them: National Review’s Jim Gergaghty. We cover Delaware, the infamous Murphy post, and a host of other contests around the country. We also politely discuss the Ricochet Code of Conduct and how […]