News & Politics
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn -- March 11, 2018 -- HR 3
We detect a downshift in the mood of Democrats. We perceive Liberals losing their faith in "progress" and their "view of the world" as they bitterly cling to their "Obama Dolls" in the Trump Era. Stephen Pinker's new book, Enlightenment Now, attempts to stave off panic in these "wavering souls." But does he succeed? Philosopher John Gray doesn't think so. Former Hillary advisor Philippe Reines marvels over Trump's "remarkable" Pennsylvania Rally and says he sees how Trump could win in 2020. Beseiged Never Trumper Bill Kristol develops a curious "Davy Crockett Complex." Alamo time? MSNBC's Joy Reid defends the IQ of Maxine Waters. CNN avoids coverage of the Democrats' growing Farrakhan Scandal. Elizabeth "Pocahontas" Warren refuses a DNA test. ABC's Joy Behar privately apologizes to VP Mike Pence. Trump floats "paper" ballots. Mueller contemplates the Seychelles as Democrats migrate their hopes over to porn star Stormy Daniels. Meanwhile, a new Harvard-Harris poll shows overwhelming support for Trump's trade policies. Also, we explore new revelations from AG Jeff Sessions concerning his quiet appointment of an experienced investigator into Deep State malfeasance. Grounds for optimism? Has Stealth Sessions been up to more than we've realized? Former DA Joe diGenova weighs in. Plus, we remark on the 48th Anniversary of The Beatles song "Let It Be." With Listener Calls & Music via Jamey Johnson, George Strait, the Wellingtons and The Beatles. Sacred Song duet from Hank Williams and Little Jimmy Dickens.
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