Objecting to vote certification and the corrupting influence of DC
Does America still have a common political creed and culture? Are we merely a collection of disparate groups united by geography, or are there shared principles, commitments, and republican traditions that ought to bind us together? America is embroiled in a high-stakes battle regarding the answers to these fundamental questions. What will it take to restore a political culture unified around a common understanding of justice in America? And what will the consequences be if we don’t succeed?
In this special edition of the American Mind podcast, we make the case that conservatives should make their mission preserving the way of life--and explore what it entails, the assault our way of life currently faces, and what must to be done to overcome it. The podcast features Claremont Institute President Ryan Williams, and scholar Michael Anton, as well as selections from addresses from President Donald Trump, and Senators Tom Cotton and Josh Hawley. It is narrated by James Poulos, Executive Editor of the American Mind, and produced by ChangeUp Media.
In a dark and twisted experiment, L.A. Juvenile Hall is forcibly injecting teenage boys with estrogen without their or their parents’ consent. Meanwhile, insurgents in Portland continue their operations for more than 50 days straight, but what does that mean for the rest of America? Ryan and Spencer discuss. Plus: woke “bias training” comes to the federal government.
Nick Cannon spews enough racist and anti-Semitic bile to get himself fired from ViacomCBS, but is he just saying the quiet part of BLM Inc. ideology out loud? Ghislaine Maxwell is in custody, but she oddly refuses to tell authorities who her husband is. Is it Jeffrey Epstein? Plus: what can ancient Rome tell us about where we’re heading today? Spencer and David weigh in as they hold down the fort.
The Lincoln Project puts out shamelessly deceitful (and laughably uninspired) propaganda insinuating President Trump is a racist. Google tries to demonetize the Federalist. Plus: Black Lives Matter rallies people to raise money for Black lives but instead funnels it to the Democrat Party and other activist groups. Our editors discuss the demonstrations of political power in the streets and the erasure of western history before our very eyes.