Talk around America's water cooler surrounding faith, politics, and culture is changing fast. Just the News' political affairs program "The Water Cooler with David Brody" takes a deep dive into the issues of our time to get to heart of what people are talking about today. Journalist David Brody sits down with some of the biggest newsmakers and thought leaders of the day to talk about values and traditions in a non—traditional way.
Rick Perry: Packing the Supreme Court is an attack on the Constitution
Rick Perry, former Secretary of Energy and former Texas governor, discussed President Biden's commission to "look at" the Supreme Court, which is the first step to packing the court with liberal justices.
Breakdown of the Arkansas bill banning gender transition services for minors
Quena González, Director of State and Local Affairs at the Family Research Council, discusses Arkansas' bill on banning gender transition services for minors that was passed by the state legislature over the governor's veto, and explains why Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) may have vetoed it.
Mark Meckler: Don't believe Biden's refusal to support vaccine passports
Mark Meckler, Interim CEO of Parler and President of Convention of States Action, says, "I don't believe any of that talk. I believe that they're working with their Democratic counterparts in Democrat states, I believe they intend to impose this - they're just getting some blowback from the American public so they're a little bit on their heels - I think they're just revamping their plan and I believe they're gonna come back strong."
Tomi Lahren: Canceling Cancel Culture
Tomi Lahren, Fox Nation host of Final Thoughts, discusses how conservatives can fight back against cancel culture by boycotting virtue signaling businesses.
Jordan Sekulow: Corporations go woke and join the left while dealing business with China
Jordan Sekulow, Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice, says that the left looks past corporations' business dealings with China since they also work with them, which is why corporations are joining the left-wing mob.
Alan Dershowitz: I don't think fair trial of Derek Chauvin is possible
Alan Dershowitz, Harvard professor and criminal lawyer, says that the trial of Derek Chauvin, the police officer being prosecuted for George Floyd's death, should have been moved outside of Minneapolis to ensure its fairness.