Jimmy is joined by Washington Examiner contributor Peter Van Voorhis on the subject of the Left and their rescent behavior. The question of what is a Liberal vs. a Democrat is discussed along with Alexandria Casio Cortez's resecent Congressional victory in New York. The show is wrapped up by a preview of the next show and CNN's Jim Accosta embarrising question that was self serving in a moment of discussion about the shooting at the Capital Gazette.
Jimmy talks the whole hour with author and CEO of Speakeasy Ideas.com about the Constitution in many angles. The two talk about the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, limited government, Congress, and the disturbing Public Accomodation Laws that affect buisness by forcing buisness owners to offer services to everyone, even against their own beliefs. The very detailed talk about returing to the Constitution as the basis for all law interpretation is not to be missed.
Jimmy talks with Michael Barone about Kennedy retiring as a Supreme Court Justice and his voting record. Jimmy also discusses with Mr. Barone the future of the Senate and House of Representatives. Jimmy's brief overview of President Trump's early history is brought up and how Jimmy supported Donald Trump becoming President as he became the clear Republican Canidate for the Presidency.
Jimmy Sengenberger fills in for Chuck & Julie today and has George Mason Universities Ilya Somin on the program to talk about the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Kennedy. Also RNC Spokesman Kayleigh McEnany stops by to tel Jimmy the latest from Washington D.C.
Kris talks about the left's tactics and treatment of Trump's staff. Sarah Sanders is talked about in particular as she was booted out of a resteraunt simply because she works for the President. The left's "tolerance" and double starndards are discussed. The recenctly deceased political commentator Charles Krathammer is briefly talked about by Kris. To wrap up the show an interview with Jimmy and Mr. Krathammer is played dating from 2014.
Kris talks a bit more about the fake Time magazine cover photo along with the left's idea of what government should be. A caller calls in and turns the discussion toward the Mexico election coming up. The leading canidate in the election for president is a socialist. The caller and Kris talk about how this would affect the U.S. Mexico relations.