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 podcast.

Podcast Episode 375: The Last Round in the Debate Ring

Trump the Thumper vs Glass Joe went down last week in a relatively tame final round of debates. If Trump had presented his case this way just a month ago, the polls would be quite different right now. As it stands, the “debates” were still sound and fury signifying nothing and a manifestation of our elected monarchy. I explain in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.

Podcast Episode 301: The Only Thing We Have to Fear

Franklin Roosevelt delivered one of the most important speeches in American history on March 4, 1933. It is one of the top three addresses in presidential history and perhaps the transformational speech of the 20th century. Why? You probably know a line or two, but most people have never read this short but important speech. Since I can’t teach in class right now, you are my class. I discuss Roosevelt’s First Inaugural Address in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.

Podcast Episode 255: Has Donald Trump Screwed Up America?

I have probably been asked this question a thousand times. Has Donald Trump screwed up America? I have held off answering it for a while, simply because his term is incomplete, but I thought I could partially answer it today with the same criteria I used to rate the other presidents. Trump is a symptom of the disease.

Podcast Episode 252: The 538 Political Confessional

The leftist website Five-Thirty Eight has recently produced a column titled “Political Confessional” where people submit “forbidden” political thoughts. This is standard leftist fare, but one was intriguing: “The Man Who Thinks The U.S. Is Better Off As A Bunch Of Separate Countries.” Now for those that listen to my show, this is just an everyday conversation, but not to the subject of this article. I discuss the article and some of the idiotic statements in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.