Jimmy is joined by Rabbi Jonathan Hausman of the Congregation of Ahavath Torah in Stoughton, Massachusetts. The Rabbi and Jimmy discuss Hanukkah in many aspects including its history, meaning, and differences between it and Christmas. Jimmy also touches on the Veggie Tales lunacy and question of if it is OK to say Merry Christmas at all.
Jimmy brings up a very disturbing proposition. The Veggie Tales show is racist! That is the idea coming from the Left. Drew Van Voorhis a reporter of the College Fix and San Diego State University student comments on the subject. Jimmy then plays his interview of author Cory Lewandowski on the media's campaigns against Bush 41 and Trump.
Jimmy starts the show by playing some audio on Senator Mazie Hirono of Hawaii. The audio brings up the question on what exactly Democrats are good at terms of speaking to people's hearts or their minds. Then Jimmy talks to Tameside College student Joseph Myles on his life, politics, and thoughts on being a conservative in the U.K. Joseph also speaks very directly on socialized healthcare and talks about how it is not at all what the Left wants people to think.
Jimmy continues on the subject of the legacy of George H. W. Bush. Retired professor of politics from Regis University Jim Riley joins Jimmy in analyzing the presidency of George H. W. Bush, and in particular the foreign and domestic policies he enacted. Jimmy finishes with news about future shows including Santa who will be in studio!
Jimmy plays his interview with Cory Gardner with the main subject being Saudi Arabia's complicated but seemingly necessary relationship with the U.S. Jimmy also livens up the mood a bit with his live audio of the song Mojo Working where Jimmy plays live with other blues band members. Feminist reactions to the song Baby It's Cold Outside and Al Gore's campaign of climate change are discussed as well.
The life and legacy of the 41st President of the United States George H. W. Bush is discussed. Former Ambassador to Bahrain Sam Zakhem joins the show and speaks of his instrumental role in the Persian Gulf War and how he worked directly with President Bush. Senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner Michael Barone also joins the conversation and speaks about President Bush's presidency, decisions, and finally an interesting reason why Bush lost to Bill Clinton in his reelection bid for president.
All three brainiacs go into great detail about Nationalism and Globalism. Differing views on Nationalism and Globalism in terms of definitions and usage are brought forth and discussed. Callers also call in and ask about the definitions and how they pertain to America and America's place among the nations of the world.
Jimmy, Dr. Treiger, and Dr. Margesson all continue to talk about various political and social issues through the lense of Buddhism. Buddhism's view on sex is first followed by a talk on Nationalism and a summary of Trump in 2018 including facts about the strong economy. Callers weigh in to talk about religion and Leftists in CO.
Jimmy is joined the whole hour with Dr. Marv Treiger and Dr. Rob Margesson. Dr. Treiger is a former very left Communist who turned to Buddhism and has led many retreats since 1996 and is a supporter of Donald Trump. Dr. Margesson is a Associate Professor of Communications at Regis University who leans left but is not a Leftist and supports things such as free speech on college campuses. The trio in this hour talk about Buddhism, supporting Trump as a Buddhist, and the caravan headed to America's southern border.
Jimmy Sengenberger fills-in for Chuck and Julie on Black Friday 2018.