The topics for this broadcast have been preempted by the bloodthirsty desperation of Nitwit Nero, who apparently believes the American people are so stupid they won't see his assassination of an Iranian general as anything other than the diversionary tactic that it is. Of course, even the people who lie for him aren't very good at it. Witness Mike ("First In His Class At West Point") Pompeo.
As Australia burns, some perspective on the global climate emergency. Meanwhile, in Murkkka, the EVILgelicals think Greta Thunberg has a bad case of demons.
Yes, America, a progressive broadcaster really IS on the air on New Year's Day! Why? Because the insanity doesn't slow down for so much as a holiday off, that's why. Rudy wants to run the Impeachment Trial. Rudy wants to testify. Rudy wants to prosecute. Rudy wants to give summations. Moscow Mitch would greatly appreciate it if Rudy would STFU. Meanwhile, a random outbreak of 2A freedom in Harris County, Texas.
It's New Year's Eve and the HORN was live! Titanic idiocy on display from Elise Stefanik, who shall forever be known as the "Yankee dimwit." Michigan judge doesn't think screaming that word constitutes racism. Grampa Joe would like to have a Moderate Republican for a running mate. Mayor Pete makes a hash of history. Don't hold your breath waiting for the MAGATS to get as wrought over the attack on the Baghdad embassy as they did with . . . BENGHAZI. WV Governor Jim Justice finally decides maybe Nazis shouldn't be on the state payroll.
Happy New Year everyone! Onward to 2020!
It is a mansion of many morans, but on this New Year's Eve Eve, one stands out . . . no, two. Bad ideas and bad journalism merge to form a toxic stew of moranity for the last Moran Monday of 2019 (but NOT of the decade, dammit!)
The Eeeeeevillllll that is Mitch McConnell. Bob goes to church. Returns unsinged. And a wonderful year-end, year-in-review conversation with the irrepressible Dan Fisher.
And lo! While all the other shows were on holiday, Bob did hot up the mic and the HORN Family/Community/Congregation did join in conversation and good-fellowship. And there was much rejoicing. In a world gone mad, there's no such thing as a holiday.
We would like to thank you for spending your time with us here at the Virtual Center, because we know that your time is precious. We look forward to spending more time with you in the coming year!
Today's pre-Christmas program focuses on the amendments, James Madison, and what exactly are inalienable rights. You may find that it isn't what you were thinking.
We hope your holiday's are bright and filled with love. May you have a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year!
Once upon a time, news cycles tended to go relatively quiet this time of year. That's why we had all those interminable year-in-review pieces that littered the media landscape like so much confetti at a New Year's bash. Gone are the days. Now, our divisions, our bones-jutting-from-the-skin fractures, our manifest cultural ugliness, keeps us on the edge of our seats waiting to hear the next outrage. Anti-vaxxers. Nitwit Nero inveighing against "windmills" ("Wind TURBINES, Bob," yells Sparky), Rudy Ghouliani declaring he's a better Jew. So here we are: it's damned near Christmas and "peace on earth to people of good will" has never been further out of reach.
Welcome to two days before Christmas! We're gathering around our tree and giving you hints at the presents our government is giving to the People this year! Join us as we explore the world that is us in the holiday season of 2019.