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Bold and blunt: Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.

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Bold and blunt: Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.

    The Incompetence of Democrats Is 'Unprecedented'

    The Incompetence of Democrats Is 'Unprecedented'

    For more than a year, Anthony Fauci has been the go-to guy for the government and media on all things coronavirus, and he's handled that role by recommending, advising, cautioning, chastising, warning, suggesting and hinting at all the dire things to come if we don't pay attention to his COVID-tied remarks. In other words: He's been the COVID Czar. At the same time, he acts like he doesn't have a thing to do with policy -- that he's all about the science, nothing about the politics. He's quite the deceiver. And guest Peter Navarro of former Donald Trump White House fame has much to say about the man -- including an explanation of why Fauci is "absolutely evil." Navarro's also got a new book coming out this November called "In Trump Time" that sheds even more light on the Fauci darkness.

    • 35 min
    Loony Left At It Again On Climate Change

    Loony Left At It Again On Climate Change

    Once again, the radicals on the left -- the talking tools of the Marxists -- are at it again, taking to task anyone and everyone in the world who won't bend to environmental regulation that restricts almost all human activity. This time, it's Greta Thunberg in Milan and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on CBS. When will these Green nuts quit? Likely: Never. Environmentalism is far too profitable for the left to just let it go. James Taylor, president of the free-market Heartland Institute, discusses.

    • 31 min
    Attacked At Work For Political Beliefs

    Attacked At Work For Political Beliefs

    It's one thing to be a police officer and face danger on the job. That's part and parcel of the mission. But imagine trying to go to the bathroom at work and facing a verbal assault just because someone doesn't like your politics? Welcome to the Democrat Party, circa 2021. By now, we've all seen the widely watched video of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat, who was accosted by socialist thugs who followed her into the bathroom and scolded her for refusing to support the $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill. Now listen to this professor, Jason D. Hill, talk about how he faces intimidation and abuse for the campus "crime" of being a conservative.

    • 31 min
    Sifting Afghanistan Lies Versus Truth

    Sifting Afghanistan Lies Versus Truth

    The Joe Biden administration created a terrible mess in Afghanistan with a hasty, largely unstrategic, even cowardly withdrawal that left scores of Americans, American allies and Afghan innocents scrambling. Now this same administration is trying to pretend like everything went according to plan; that everything in the tribal nation is pretty much as it should be. The White House sounds like a spokesman for the Taliban. Retired Marine Lt. Col. Jonathon Myers talks about Afghanistan, as well as other U.S. national security matters.

    • 34 min
    Woke Corporations Killing American Freedoms

    Woke Corporations Killing American Freedoms

    This whole trend of woke corporatism is downright killing American freedoms because it puts the business sector in charge of policy, and sets the chief executives in charge of enforcing government will. And it's always the far left will that's being enforced. What's worse is the left is busily trying to deny that wokeness in the corporate world is even a thing. The left is trying to paint those who sound the alarm on wokeness as tin hat conspiracy theory stupid. Thank goodness there are solutions to fight the wokeness in the business world, however. Wayne Allyn Root, syndicated radio host and author, has a handle on how best to fight.

    • 42 min
    Free Speech Alert!

    Free Speech Alert!

    A new case the U.S. Supreme Court may take could have massive ramifications for the state of America's free speech, free expression and even free market. And with a president like Joe Biden who is busily pushing the idea that those who dare question the government and Big Pharma narrative on the coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccines are dangers to the nation -- killers of the innocent, even -- the idea of courts clamping First Amendment rights even more is frightening, to say the least. Institute for Justice's lead attorney Paul Sherman talks about this court case of crucial importance, which sees a private investigator fighting for his right to do business in the face of angry government officials who denied his license after he wrote critical comments on Facebook about local police.

    • 30 min

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130 Ratings

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