Podcast – It’s a Social Justice Weekend

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Yes, it’s an all social justice podcast, as I discuss Nike’s decision to promote Colin Kaepernick and his bogus “Stand for Something” platform. I explain that while this may seem like a bad business decision, it really isn’t. Nike understands its target audience, and it isn’t those guys burning their shoes.

In part two of social justice weekend, I discuss the reboot of the `90s television series, Party of Five. But this time around, it’s decidedly NOT all-American. What a surprise, that a Disney channel would promote illegal immigration. read more

Podcast – The Fad of Environmentalism Must be Waning

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

There’s an article posted on Campus Reform.org entitled, “Prof touts ‘ecosexuality’ as ‘environmental activist strategy’”

It’s the latest attempt at trying desperately to keep people engaged in the green movement.

So the left’s new attempt is the invention of romancing the trees.

Podcast – Jim Acosta – Spies not from Russia – DACA to Restart

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Before I begin speaking about Jim Acosta, I quickly discuss a new play about Anne Frank, where the Nazis are replaced with ICE agents. Yep – that’s right.

Don’t blame Jim Acosta for trying to shape the news. Blame Walter Cronkite, the once most trusted man in America.

Senator Diane Feinstein had a spy on her payroll for 20 years. Oh, you haven’t heard. Maybe because she’s a democrat and the spy was not Russian, but Chinese.

A lower court federal judge is demanding the restart of the DACA program. I discuss why he has no authority to make such a demand. read more

Podcast – The Attempted Smear of Jim Jordan

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Most of us are aware of Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio. He’s a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus and is considering a run for Speaker of the House. Well that can’t stand. An actual non-establishment constitutionalist as Speaker of the House. And has a CR Liberty Score of almost perfect at 98%.

So what to do? I know. Let’s create a scandal and accuse Jordan of something. That’s the ticket. And better yet, we’ll create one that is virtually unwinnable by Jordan. We will cause him to prove his innocence by proving a negative. Almost impossible to do. Let’s unearth a couple of dirtbags to accuse Jordan of “knowing” something, and he’ll have to prove he didn’t. How can anyone prove he “didn’t” know something? Yeah, that’s good. Let’s go with that.

So today I discuss what Jordan is being accused of and just who are his accusers.

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Podcast – The Left’s Dishonesty at the Border

by: Brent Smith at The Common Constitutionalist

By now, most of us have seen the recent cover of Time magazine with Trump and the little girl, and the original photo at the border.

You may also know that the Time cover is a photoshopped fraud. But what you may not know is that the original photo also is a fraudulent representation of events.

On this episode I explain that actual events surrounding the photo are even more complicated than they seem. read more

Podcast – Transgenders vs Feminism

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

You may have heard that a couple of transgender students, boys who think they’re girls, were allowed to compete at a girls track meet recently in Connecticut. It didn’t go well for the girls as the fake girls kicked their butts.

Now there’s a debate about whether this is fair for the girls who have given up much to workout, train and compete, all for nothing – to lose to boys playing dress up.

Well, it’s not fair – it’s absurd, but this is the disease of radical leftism. They will keep on pushing ridiculous agenda items as this until the system just collapses or enough people of common sense declare that enough is enough. And that time has come.

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Video Podcast – Medal of Honor Recipients

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

On this podcast I’ve elected to skip the political commentary and focus this Memorial Day weekend on several recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor, our nation’s highest military honor.

I’ve chosen at least one hero from World War I, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam and present day.

Included are the following brave heroes: Edouard Izac, William Lawley, Charles Berry, Bryant Womack, Kenneth Kays and Michael Murphy. read more

Podcast – Increasing Racial Tensions and Nancy Pelosi’s Gift

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Racial tensions in America seem to be getting worse over the years – not better. And we’re struggling for a reason as to why it is.

And no where does it appear more prevalent than the recent rash of traffic stops by white police officers and persons of color.

Many believe that the reason is simply race-baiting, but I beg to differ. Instead I believe the problem is similar to that of the Palestinians, who have grown up being taught and brainwashed to hate and fear the Jews.

I also discuss Nancy Pelosi – the gift to Republicans that keeps on giving. Her insanity and Trump derangement syndrome has reached what may be a pinnacle as she comes to the defense of the evil street gang – MS-13. read more

Podcast – Let’s Talk John Kerry, the Logan Act, and Dick’s Sporting Goods

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

By secretly and subversively negotiating with the terrorist nation of Iran, John Kerry is in clear violation of the Logan Act. Yet unlike many of Trump’s former associates, the FBI, Justice Department, the NSA and others don’t appear to wish to lift a finger to investigate or stop him. We are witnessing the unequal application of the law – again.

Gun manufacturer, Springfield Armory, announced it has severed ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods over their stance on guns, gun control and the Second Amendment. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the nation’s largest firearms trade association, has also, by unanimous vote, expelled Dick’s from membership in the organization. Good for both for taking a stand. read more