Join America’s most attractive audio engineer and her host as another week dawns at the ragged edge of these interesting times.
We visit the death bed of Albert Einstein to learn one of the reasons Jesus makes Christians better people, Al Safa in Syria where the heathens are closing in on destroying the maniacs, and Danvers, Connecticut where even the ridiculous, government mandated over-supply of disabled parking spots has not mollified the hatred in the heart of an America two or three generations departed from Godliness!
Then there’s China’s new “Death Star” to worry about, trannies traveling the world, but feeling they are still in prison, (which Bradley Manning certainly is), and ABC television headquarters where in a sane world the executives responsible for Danny on “A Million Little Things” would be arrested for molesting the minds (at the very least) of men, women and children everywhere.
The youth feel lonely, the police are suicidal, and Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz want to augment the Orwellian “Stop School Violence Act” with the cover and concealment only federal “Student Support and Academic Enrichment” grants can provide in the government schools!
Come to Austin, where every good Texan wants to vomit out the freaks and queers destroying the common fabric of what we all once agreed was simply “Male & Female”, while forcing hard working citizens to catalog and report on the garbage they can no longer throw away!
We’ll analyze the sad and shifting “truth” about renewable energy sources, and cast aspersions on both the weirdos and the hippies at the heart of the “war” between the Vegans and Whole Foods in Berkeley.
And finally, we’ll recap how the the devil won the battle between Brett Kavanaugh and his accusers, as conservatives and Christians slobber all over homosexualist, child killing socialists like Susan Collins and other Establishment Deplorables, successfully covering up murders & generally lowering the bar for what it means to be a hero, or brave, or even a conservative.
All that and a few seminal moments in the political awakening of an average American kid in the 20th Century.