Aug 13, 2020
So when's the last time you went out to eat -- went to a concert -- went to the movie theater to watch a film? Americans are definitely cooped up, tired and cranky from the coronavirus, and desperately in need of entertainment relief. Enter: "Unhinged." Mark Gill, Hollywood executive, explains why his new movie...
Aug 11, 2020
Everybody's seen the videos and heard the clips of antifa thugs and Black Lives Matter anarchists attacking some poor victim, or victims, in the streets, at their homes, in their cars. But would you know what to do if you faced a similar violent situation? Rick Green, the "Constitution Coach," advises -- and here's a...
Aug 6, 2020
Tom Spencer, an attorney who served in the crazy Bush-Gore recount of 2000, predicts that if mail-in voting is as widespread as the Democrats want, this November will prove as wild a ride as the crazy Bush-Gore recounts of 2000. Hanging chad, anyone?
Aug 4, 2020
Finally. Churches facing coronavirus persecution are beginning to fight back and demand First Amendment freedoms. Pastor Brian Gibson in Kentucky is one who's leading the charge, telling governors and Democrats who want to close churches: Never Again.
Jul 30, 2020
One of free citizens' most frequent questions in this coronavirus crackdown age is: But what can I do? And the answer, simply, is: Sue. Sue, sue, sue. Rep. Anthony Sabatini, a Florida House member who's also an attorney, has been doing just that, on behalf of constitutional rights. Listen as he encourages.