Podcast Episode 388: Electors Clause

My last episode stimulated a lot of debate on social media, some productive, some idiotic. I appreciate the conversation, and I understand that people are rightly frustrated with the election. But as I pointed out yesterday, this lawsuit is not the correct course, either constitutionally or politically. I expand on my statements, particularly in light of the “Electors Clause” in this episode of The Brion …more

Podcast Episode 387: Texas Files a Bad Lawsuit

Texas is suing several States over potential voter fraud in the 2020 Election. Many conservatives have cheered the move while the Left calls it a desperate Hail Mary for the Trump administration. The State should’ve just seceded. I explain why this is a bad lawsuit and a bad move for conservatives in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.

Podcast Episode 386: NPR Admits Biden Isn’t President-Elect

Every news outlet is calling Joe Biden “president elect.” Except he isn’t. Not until the Electoral College meets and those results are verified by the Senate. NPR actually admits this, just after calling him “president elect.” They also whine about the period between the election and inauguration because bad things happen. This is what passes for serious government journalism, but it’s great fodder for a …more

Podcast Episode 385: Lockdowns, Grabbers, and Churches

The SCOTUS blocked a New York law shuttering religious services and Joe Biden wants to slap a $400 tax on “assault rifles” all while States are in the process of creating new lockdowns. If this wasn’t a time for thinking locally and acting locally, I don’t know when would be better. A friend of mine has a local solution for the small business pandemic. Details …more

Podcast Episode 383: Joe Biden’s “Unity”

Joe Biden has called for “unity,” but what does this really mean for the half of the American public that didn’t vote for him? We all know the answer, but the fools in the establishment think most Americans are too stupid to realize that the fix is in. I discuss American “unity” and its historical precedents in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.

Podcast Episode 382: Biden’s Executive Orders

Should Joe Biden ultimately win the 2020 election, he has already signaled that he will be issuing a slew of executive orders quickly after taking office aimed at reversing several executive orders Donald Trump issued shortly after taking office in 2017. If that seems confusing, it should be. We don’t have an elected monarchy, but that is what Americans think of the presidency. This is …more

Podcast Episode 381: America’s Love of Election Fraud

America loves election fraud. Don’t believe me? Just review the many questionable presidential elections from the late 19th century: 1864, 1868, 1872, 1876, 1880, 1888. And that doesn’t include the thousands of times (alleged) cheating swung an election for other offices in the United States. In other words, 2020 isn’t unique and it will happen again. I discuss in this episode of The Brion McClanahan …more

Podcast Episode 380: If Republicans Had Guts

Donald Trump refuses to concede the election and with widespread accusations of voter fraud–and now confirmed cases–it might be another month before anything is sorted out. Maybe longer. That’s because if the Republicans had any guts they could use the 12th Amendment to their advantage. I explain in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.

Podcast Episode 379: The Final Days of President Trump?

Is Joe Biden the “president elect”? No. Are these the last days of the Trump administration? Could be. So, what should he do with these next two months? Lew Rockwell had some suggestions. I discuss what could happen in the next two months, what Trump should do with that time, and how stupid the modern media has become in this episode of The Brion McClanahan …more

Podcast Episode 378: Does 2020 Equal 1960?

The 2020 election is eerily similar to another presidential election in recent history. Not 2000, but 1960. Nixon lost to Kennedy in a close contest that was full of voter fraud. Nixon conceded but never gave up the argument that it was stolen from him. He was probably right. There are many parallels between 1960 and 2000, and I cover them in this episode of …more