McFeels and Ethnarch riff on two big top of the stack items at the open: the abortion distortion debate and the government's new airline, Bean Air, before segueing to shredding the Kushner Cartel's immigration plan, some takes on VDARE's American Worker Displacement Index and wage depression, a memo to Stephen Miller, and Insurrection Act bait in the first half. Then we drop below periscope depth for a solid hour on the trade war with China and who's really benefiting from it, win or lose. Spoiler alert: It's not us. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
McFeels and Halberstram reunite for the midweek FTN just in time to give some scalding hot takes on Jared Kushner's forthcoming immigration plan to quadruple "high-skill" immigration levels and fully throw in the towel on the DACA fight, becoming Trump's new NEW immigration platform. Forget everything you ever heard in 2016. From there we veer off into the effects of mass media saturation and the browning of country music and EDM, the "Christchurch Call" pact, Iran, Orban, Dems 2020, and Mel Gibson's new movie. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
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McFeels and Halberstram discuss Trump's "trolling" for impeachment as a cheap ploy to unite his shrinking base around a mostly superficial issue while the border continues to get zerg rushed at a clip of 100K/month. Meanwhile, Gnaeus Pompeo Shabbos is sent to Iraq to find reasons for Bolton to fulfill his wildest neocon dreams in Iran. Then it's on to how WE would conduct the U.S. census, Kushner's immigration scam, Dems' electabilty vs. fireball strategy, Raw Paw endorses Tulsi, and honks heard round the world. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Jayoh and Jay Lorenz debut the pilot episode of the new standalone edition of FTN's The Europa Report.
McFeels and Halberstram discuss one of the most effective forms of activism, infrastructure, censorship, Shapiro silos, curry foreclosure, and the Bean Station ICE raid in the first half and then Stutterin' Joe and his dwindling constituency, the cult of electability, Beto's blow-up, Dems Dreamer schism, and Afghani pilots on the loose in the second. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
McFeels and Halberstram open the show with a rope-a-dope of white pills before digging into a stumbling frontrunner-in-meme-only Joe Biden, as he debuts his first week on the campaign trail while most of a browning Democratic Party sits on the sidelines as the Bernie wrecking ball looms large. In the second half we talk Baste Lou Dobbs, Vatican funding of caravans, Andrew Napolitano gets burned, Barr hearings, Tuckah on Venezuela, and anti-white bad optics. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Halberstram returns to the weekend show with McFeels to take the temperature of the Democratic horse race before pivoting to Biden's tryhard campaign kickoff and subsequent blowback. Then it's on to Eric Shillwell's shellacking by MSNBC's Ari Melber, a look inside the now failed coup at the NRA, a rare white pill, a choice BTS piece, and a tribute to the Hero-General Robert E. Lee. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
Halberstram returns to give his takes on Notre-Dame before the nnnguys turn to the Art of the Bern, Biden's campaign tumult, including why he cancelled his planned announcement in C'Ville, and looming Democrat Bloodsports. Then it's on to impeachment narratives, back to the beast, Forget the Alamo!, BB Budgeting, and more. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
McFeels and Ethnarch dole out another red pill on Notre-Dame, discuss the prosecutorial pilpul of the Mueller (Weissmann) Report, ICE detention center hunger strikes, immigration updates, Biden's upcoming presidential announcement...in Charlottesville, and everyman's challenge of first running the Democratic Primary gauntlet only to face the final boss, Bernie Sanders. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!