In 2019, Daniel Jupp published A Gift for Treason: The Cultural Marxist Assault on Western Civilization. The book provides a traditionalist’s reading of the nature of modern civilization and the Cultural Marxist threat it currently faces. It tackles the issues surrounding Western identity and culture, explaining the key historical movements and political principles that define Western identity. It combines discussions of our cultural debts to Ancient Greece, Rome, and Christianity with descriptions of the ideology that seeks to destroy this intellectual and cultural heritage.
The new president of Argentina, a libertarian anarcho-capitalist; the Israel hostage situation. Speaker Johnson releasing the tapes from J6; why doesn’t Trump fight for the J6 prisoners? Trump pressuring the RNC to shut down debates; Trump’s idea to give free online college from money from endowments; Musk suing Media Matters; Rand Paul and others fighting against covid fascism with more info coming out every week will never have an impact until republican leadership backs it; Ed M posits that the republican party has always been pro-big-government
On Tuesday evening, November 14th, TimCast.com released a new documentary titled ‘Infringed: Gun Rights In America’. The film was created by Lauren Southern, a long-time conservative commentator. Ed Powell, one of the co-hosts of “The Conservatarian Exchange on The Liberty Block podcast, was involved as a producer on the movie, assisting Southern with research and setting up the interviews for the film.
We welcomed Meagan to the show as a new co-host; is it possible that Jews are moving left and will that last? Is Nikki Haley’s war-hawkishness in tune with the base of the party? Is Desantis’ lacking the stridency of Haley and Ramaswamy in debates what keeps him from catching on with primary voters? Are immigrants choosing to leave the U.S. because it does not live up to what they were promised and isn’t that to be encouraged? San Francisco cleaning up for Xi Jinping; will this make people realize that government can be competent? Ed P. – “clean streets for Xi but not for thee”
Yesterday’s election results: Mike P reported from NJ, where the GOP made no inroads and probably lost a few seats in the legislature; several parental rights candidates lost in elections for the Board of Education where Mike lives; Ed P reported from Virginia where republicans will not control the house of delegates (and they appoint supreme court judges in that house).
As it stands, RSA 173 directs law enforcement officers to confiscate all firearms and ammunition from individuals whenever a person files a restraining order against them. The orders are approved practically by default, and the subject is given an opportunity to contest the order of protection after the gun confiscation occurs, generally a month later.
New Speaker of the House elected today; does it matter who leads the republicans, if they are not going to use the power of the purse in mid-November? Should the republicans do anything that would endanger their prospects in 2024? Is there still a possibility Trump could lose the primaries? Will those who reportedly flipped on Trump (Jenna Ellis, Mark Meadows) hurt him legally?
Over the past few months, Alu Axelman has turned three of his nine books into audio-books. One of the most frequent requests involves making the books available on audio for those who prefer to listen rather than read. Alu has found three excellent narrators, two of which are members of the New Hampshire liberty community.
Hamas’ attack on Israel and its ramifications; was there any inside involvement on any level? the failure of intelligence is nearly inexplicable; Israel not having 2A protections; will the left ever change their stances in Islamism or 2A? is it in the interest of the current administration to have fighting or a war against Iran so they can make it harder to vote in the next election? Are the hostages retrievable, even the American hostages? How many pro-Iranians are in the current administration?
Legislation filed by Representative Jason Gerhard (R-Northfield) would place a question on the ballot for the voters of New Hampshire. If approved by two thirds of voters, the New Hampshire Constitution would be amended to say that the state will declare independence if the federal government accrues a debt of $40 trillion. As of 10/13, the US debt is $33.5 trillion. In 2020, the debt was under $27 trillion.