0:00 - Intro.
0:36 - Welcome.
0:50 - Donald Trump has found another way to deport people from America.
1:27 - Promises of self-deportation happens every time there is a possibility of a Republican winning the White House. Who cares?
3:00 - According to Barry Diller, Trump doesn't have a communication strategy.
5:19 - Trump accused of being "mean & nasty." But look at how George W. Bush was portrayed. Are these jokers serious? The Clinton ruin people's lives.
6:43 - Joe Biden destroyed Robert Bork in the late 1980s.
12:28 - Book about Hillary Clinton & the way she treated Secret Service members.
13:45 - Diller claims that Donald Trump is popular because he is bringing Reality TV to politics.
14:46 - Hillary Clinton offers neither entertainment nor substance.
Hillary busting loose with a little "Whip & Nae Nae." She's just one of the girls...
16:33 - Hillary "ain't no ways tired." Patronizing. And she's the antithesis of Donald Trump.
18:17 - Hillary sends Republican candidates copies of her book. She's finally found a way to move the books because no one is willing to buy it. The publisher gave her a $14,000,000 advance and wasn't confident they'd even make that back from book sales.
19:35 - One week from now, we can discuss the Democrat Presidential debate. I. Can't. Wait.
23:10 - Hillary sent out the book to illustrate her accomplishments. I don't want to read the book. Can you just give us the Cliff's Notes version? Nevermind. I don't want that either.
26:54 - Speaker Candidates to "Audition" for House Conservatives. The media is treating this like it's an American Idol or America's Got Talent competition. From this point forward, we will refer to the Democrat Presidential Nomination process as an "audition."
30:43 - One of the issues with Jason Chaffetz (R, UT) is how he removed Mark Meadows (R, NC) from a subcommittee chairmanship for voting against GOP leadership.
32:15 - What bothers me more than that is what Jason Chaffetz said: "I'm probably going to lose." Huh?
35:05 - Wrap-up & outro.
Email me: Todd@TheAntidoteToLiberalism.com
Listen to the full podcast.
Subscribe on iTunes.
Subscribe on Stitcher.
Subscribe on Spreaker.
Receive episodes by email.