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The Morrissey Movement

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I am a board certified general surgeon and a garage gym athlete. In my shows, I will cover one aspect in medicine and one aspect in health and fitness. This will be a wide array of topics. I will also encourage and take suggestions for a show to help people learn more about any topic in medicine and fitness. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
 
Practical answers to the tough questions real world leaders deal with every single day. In these episodes I am conducting Live Q&A's with leaders around the world through my Facebook community. It's unscripted and focused on giving everyone simple steps they can employ to get past their obstacles and achieve results. Take the MENTOR MINUTES CHALLENGE: Listen to just two episodes, and if you don't find something that makes leadership easier and your results better, I'll give you a full refund ...
 
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Will Andrew Malcolm retain his title as Prince of Twitter? Elon Musk has agreed to stick to his original deal to acquire Twitter, and Andrew and I discuss the potential impacts. We also talk about the almost-certain futility of Donald Trump's defamation suit against CNN, and then discuss the new media talking points emerging from the White House on…
 
Duane Patterson and I dissect the top stories this morning, including Kamala Harris' latest embarrassment on the DMZ. We delve into Vladimir Putin's annexation plans and how little connection they have to reality in Ukraine, or in Russia. In another other foreign policy crisis, Joe Biden has been absent as Iranians revolt against Ali Khamenei's mul…
 
Will the first lawsuit against Biden's student-loan debt forgiveness giveaway succeed in stopping it? Michael Poon, one of Pacific Legal Foundation's attorneys working on the case, spoke to me about Frank Garrison's lawsuit and its prospects. Not only does Poon believe that Garrison has established enough standing to fight the case in court, Poon a…
 
Are American media outlets ignorant about European politics, or just hoping to keep us that way? Andrew Malcolm and I discuss the shrieking coverage of the Italian elections, and we also take note of the coverage of our own. Why aren't more pollsters using likely voter models by now? Why did the WaPo avoid reporting LV results in their own poll? An…
 
For nearly sixty years, environmentalists have shrieked warnings about overpopulation and Peak Everything. What will happen if population falls significantly, however? Marian Tupy warns of an economic and political collapse in a new book, Superabundance: The Story of Population Growth, Innovation, and Human Flourishing on an Infinitely Bountiful Pl…
 
Ready for the weekend? Harry Crocker gives us another literary change of pace in his new Regnery book Armstrong and the Mexican Mystery, a re-imagining of George Armstrong Custer into an adventurer and detective. Harry and I discuss the need to use fiction to teach greater truths, and the value of sheer entertainment in a 60-second-news-cycle world…
 
Will Duane Patterson achieve the vaunted -- and mythicall -- status of "senior VIP columnist"? We debate that, but there's no debating the usefulness of the 2024 primary program he's building for VIP members. We discuss that series, as well as the latest from Axios on Google data showing waning interest in abortion but an explosive increase in sear…
 
Had enough of all things royal? Andrew Malcolm has, although not so much as to ignore Joe Biden's embarrassing faux pas at the queen's funeral. We focus more on the embarrassing interview on 60 Minutes, which should shame both sides of that show. Scott Pelley tossed softballs, including "Republicans pounce" approach to Hunter's legal problems ... a…
 
Joe Biden finally did a one-on-one interview -- and got the softball treatment from Scott Pelley. Nevertheless, Biden managed to lie about inflation, declare an end to the same pandemic that he's using to justify his Academia bailout, and once again blow up strategic ambiguity over Taiwan. Biden seems a lot more interested in strategic ambiguity wh…
 
What happened to Daisy Buchanan after the events of The Great Gatsby? F. Scott Fitzgerald never wrote more about this central character, but my friend Libby Sternberg has in her new novel Daisy. We discuss Fitzgerald's brilliance, why Sternberg wanted to write about this seminal character, and even debate about The Great American Novel -- a bit, an…
 
Duane Patterson and I heave a sigh of relief over the railroad deal that averted a catastrophic strike -- at least so far. However, the economic realities have not changed for the rest of us, and may not even for the rail workers who have to ratify the deal. We wonder what Chris Licht is doing by making Don Lemon the morning-show anchor, and we hav…
 
How did the White House use a ballad about suicide and loss as an anthem for celebration? Joe Biden's victory lap turned into a humiliation, and inflation is as bad as ever. Plus, I discuss the latest developments in John Durham's probe and more about today's top stories. David Limbaugh then joins me to discuss his new book The Resurrected Jesus, t…
 
What comes next for the Brits? Andrew Malcolm and I discuss the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and whether King Charles III can keep the institution afloat. We also discuss the media's distraction campaign in the midterms, which is also the topic of my Townhall commentary this week. In my opening monologue, I also address today's inflation report, t…
 
Do the families of the victims of 9/11 want closure – or justice? In today's podcast editorial, I warn that the dangers of plea deals with the masterminds of 9/11 outweigh any supposed benefits of "closure" and argue that we need to return to regular military tribunals rather than try these in quasi-civil court proceedings. Also, I look at the amaz…
 
Five for Fighting's John Ondrasik has worked tirelessly to help Americans and allies escape from Afghanistan after the debacle of our retreat. A year later, nothing has changed -- not even accountability for the disgrace of abandoning both groups in our hasty exit. We also talk about recent developments in Ukraine, and how John is working to raise …
 
The world held its breath this morning as the family of Queen Elizabeth II gathered at Balmoral. Duane Patterson and I discuss what a monumental figure the monarch has been for seven decades and wonder what will follow her -- if she doesn't recover. On the home front, a new set of data from the Washington Post puts a stake through the argument that…
 
What can we assume from the leaks reported by the Washington Post about the documents found at Mar-a-Lago? Based on the history of such leaks, not a lot, I argue in today's news in review. Mark Meckler of ConventionofStates.com joins me to rebut the NYT's freak-out over an Article V convention -- and to discuss Russ Feingold's more honest oppositio…
 
What is missing from politics these days? Listening, says Andrew Malcolm, and you'll want to listen to all of what he has to say. It's why we're throwing political tantrums instead of getting tasks accomplished, and why we need to find people who can turn it around. Plus we discuss some of the new changes at Hot Air, including a big surprise coming…
 
Joe Biden's "wartime address" was Biden at his worst -- at least so far. Remarkably hypocritical even for Biden, it nevertheless demonstrates what the *real* affliction America faces is: authoritarianism, and Biden's as bad as any of his predecessors. I also talk with TUSC Network's Rob McNealy about all the basics of crypto, why consumers should e…
 
Can John Fetterman make it to Election Day? His inability to get through a softball question from MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle raises serious questions about the Dem hopeful for US Senate and his ability to serve. Plus, Duane Patterson and I discuss the new 4th-grade test score plunge that demonstrates the deep and lasting damage of school closures in t…
 
Today's look at our top stories includes a deconstruction of Joe Biden's midterm pitch in Wilkes-Barre, PA, yesterday. Which dogs *didn't* bark in Biden's harangue? Hint: James Carville should be having an allergic reaction today. Plus, Glenn Youngkin's fight against the Californication of Virginia reminds us why he's still ascending in the Old Dom…
 
Does it make sense for the US to invest in Ukraine's resistance to the invading Russians? Andrew Malcolm argues yes, but both of us question the federal government's "investment" in student loans. Joe Biden's bailout of Academia hides a failed system that would be prosecuted in any other context. But is Biden's plan just a PR dodge facing certain d…
 
Just how desperate are Democrats to shift blame for the consequences of their policies? Senator Elizabeth Warren argued that we have a "strong economy" and prefers the high prices of inflation to Jerome Powell's actions to combat it. CNN gives a surprising if incomplete takedown of Joe Biden's bailout of Academia, and I discuss Ben Shapiro's diagno…
 
Jerome Powell declared war on inflation today, and I discuss that and more in my news roundup today. AmericanCommitment.org's Phil Kerpen dissects both the Inflation Reduction Act and Joe Biden's bailout of Academia, and discovers ties to ObamaCare in both. All that and more in today's podcast, including this week's commentary on Anthony Fauci.…
 
A raid under false pretenses, a federal magistrate misled, property seized – and it's not the Mar-a-Lago search. Reason.com's Eric Boehm joins us to discuss a scandal he's been following at the FBI and why it shows that critics need to speak up rather than shut up. Plus, I take a look at Ron DeSantis' big gamble and win on school-board elections an…
 
In today's news review, I cover the long-awaited departure of Dr. Anthony Fauci, plus other economic and polling data from the morning. Power Line's John Hinderaker and I discuss the FBI's serious credibility issues and their politicization, failures, and why we need to keep talking about both rather than shut up. We also discuss a renaming craze i…
 
Veteran actor and director Nick Searcy discusses his new documentary "Capitol Punishment," a different look at January 6 and its aftermath on American liberty. We talk about a new kind of pressure to silence dissent and criticism of government and what that means not just in this context but more broadly. Nick also tells us about his Daily Wire fea…
 
Libs of TikTok got temporarily de-platformed in the wake of her criticism of Boston Children's Hospital and its transgender programs. Have mainstream media and Big Tech combined to lock out opposing viewpoints from the public debate – again? Duane Patterson and I look at the implications and discuss a new "crusade" by Ron DeSantis, this time using …
 
One year has passed since Joe Biden's catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan. Where's the accountability for the failures – and where are the thousands of Americans he abandoned? Andrew Malcolm and I discuss this, and I also reveal that I conceal-carry an assault, high-capacity ... rosary. Plus: my Townhall Commentary this week!…
 
Coral Messam is an Actor, Movement Director/Practitioner and Wellness Instructor with over 24 years of experience in performance and movement practice. Included in her movement work is intimacy consultancy direction in TV and film. Jamie Matthewman is a voice, dialect and acting coach working in film, TV, Theatre, Education and the corporate world.…
 
How did protesters at UC Berkeley demand housing as a human right? By assaulting construction workers attempting to build low-income and homeless housing on campus. Reason.com's Emma Camp tells us about the peculiar NIMBYism of the social-justice left and why her Twitter handle has three Ms in it. Plus, I review the top stories of the day, includin…
 
Did Merrick Garland call Donald Trump's bluff yesterday – and vice versa? Paul Mirengoff and I discuss Garland's presser as it happened and chew over all of the questions that remain about the DOJ's gambit and potential politicization. We also discuss Ron DeSantis' quiet fight against woke Academia and the Biden administration, plus Christian Toto …
 
What do the latest CPI and PPI readings on inflation mean? Duane Patterson and I examine the numbers and point to data suggesting that a recession may be around the corner – or already underway. Plus, Beto explodes in a rally, and a new poll suggests a massive backfire for Democrats after the FBI raid on Donald Trump.…
 
Republicans have embraced anti-trust legislation as a way to fight Big Tech censorship – but it will backfire, warns Robert Bork, Jr. The founder of the Anti-Trust Education Project and the publisher of his father's seminal treatise, "The Anti-Trust Paradox," tells why this approach is misguided and freighted with potential bad outcomes, both econo…
 
She was the one we all wanted -- a talented and graceful entertainer who left us too soon. Andrew Malcolm and I remember Olivia Newton-John, while we note that CNN's Brian Stelter only now seems to be discovering Hunter Biden. We discuss the implications of Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan trip, and I review the top stories of the morning -- especially the ra…
 
Multi award winning actor Jonathan Pryce has been working in Theatre, Film and Television for more than five decades. His work in theatre includes an award-winning Hamlet at the Royal Court in 1980 and as The Engineer in Miss Saigon in London and New York. He’s appeared in films as eclectic as Evita, Tomorrow Never Dies, Glengarry Glen Ross and The…
 
What will be the impact of Senate Democrats' doubling of the IRS and spend-o-rama on green-energy subsidy initiatives? AJ Kaufman and I discussed the bill's political impact while the debate raged on Sunday. We also take a look at the outcome of Republican primaries in Missouri and Arizona and looked ahead to Wisconsin, Minnesota, and others.…
 
What can we glean from today's surprising – and somewhat contradictory – jobs report? And where does the Schumer-Manchin-Sinema deal go from here? Also, Florida attorney Brant Hadaway returns to discuss Ron DeSantis' "alpha male" move in Hillsborough County in suspending a prosecutor who pledged to ignore state statutes on sex changes for minors an…
 
Will Democrats tear themselves apart over the "so-called Inflation Reduction Act"? Bernie Sanders spent last night tearing it down as a "climate suicide pact," while Kyrsten Sinema is demanding business-friendly changes too. Duane Patterson and I game that out, plus discuss Carolyn Maloney's weird pseudo-walk back on Biden 2024. We also game out th…
 
Vin Scully, a living legend, has passed onto his well-earned reward, leaving me with lots of beautiful memories. Kyrsten Sinema is still stalling on the reconciliation bill; is Joe Manchin getting nervous? Plus, we have a long conversation with Brant Hadaway and Leslie Manookian of the Health Freedom Defense Fund about their latest filing in the CD…
 
The theatre director Peter Hall referred to Geraldine James as one of the great English classical actresses. Graduating from the Drama Centre she embarked on a theatre career that would see her nominated for a Tony and winning the Drama Desk Award for her role as Portia in the Broadway revival of The Merchant Of Venice. Her film credits include Gan…
 
For the first time in over a century, Congress appears serious about allowing Puerto Rico to choose their own destiny – statehood, independence, or an autonomous free-association relationship with the United States. The bill has gotten hung up, however, and former Gov. Luis Fortuño says AOC is behind it. Find out why and where Fortuño sees Puerto R…
 
Meet Rob Davies, a member of our VIP Gold club as well as a candidate for Pennsylvania's state senate. Davies gives us the lowdown on voter priorities in the Keystone State, discusses the reasons why the GOP needs to keep control of the legislature, and why voters tell him that election security is still a big issue in PA. We also talk about Mehmet…
 
The latest economic report shows a second successive quarter of contraction. Duane Patterson and I parse out the data, discuss the Biden administration's dancing around the word "recession," and why this won't be the last bad economic indicator for Biden and Democrats. We also wonder if Manchin double-crossed Mitch McConnell and whether Chuck Schum…
 
How have federal mandates on racial classifications changed American law, policy, and ethnic tensions? David Bernstein discusses his new book, "Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America," and how the unintended consequences of these policies have done damage to communities. Plus, my review of the day's top stories and my comm…
 
Don Warrington has an extensive list of credits across Film, Television and Theatre including Death in Paradise, Cat’s Eyes, and Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet as well as starring roles at the National Theatre, the RSC and at Manchester’s Royal Exchange. One of his first roles was playing Philip Smith in the comedy series Rising Damp, alongside Leonard R…
 
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