Ep. 103 – Trump & Putin Sittin’ in a Tree

Trump’s meeting with Putin declared treason…..before it even happened and we deconstruct a radical and dangerous Micheal Moore interview.

From Putin’s Official Website:

Transcript of the beginning of the Trump Putin Summit

Chris Wallace Interview including transcript

Trump Putin press conference

Putin – Megyn Kelly Interview

A couple of relevant articles from Monica:

Crimea & Self-Determination: The First Principle of the Law of Nations (I hadn’t realized how on point my title had been relative to Putin’s comment to Chris Wallace–I wrote this over four years ago.)

Exposing the Shadow Government in the Ukraine (and the US?)

Couple of old articles on Peter Strzok II (father of the Peter Strzok we all know and love):

My favorite Binkley quotes from this episode:

“Removing something from context strips it of meaning.”
“If someone is standing alone and you’re shouting him down, he’s not the tyrant–you are.”
Good stuff.

Chatham House video laying out the demonization of Putin and Russia

Rand Paul Wolf Blitzer interview

Michael Moore Stephen Colbert interview

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5 replies

  1. Got my aux hooked up and playing this episode at work lol. Good stuff. I’m embarassed for Chris Wallace. What a beta

  2. “Sectional rivalry in the nation turned into a struggle between…‘civilizations,’ between progress and backwardness, between right and wrong. Men ceased to reason, to tolerate, to accept compromise. Good men then had no choice but to kill and be killed.”

    Avery Craven, The Coming of the Civil War (p. 2)

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