Thomas Jefferson started in the 1790s what was called then the Democrat Party. So why are democrats angry with him now and removing his statue in New York City? Back with us to answer this question is author and historian Daniel Mallock (danielmallock.com). Jefferson was brilliant but he had his faults. Many people say that those in Revolutionary times should have known better and rejected slavery, but it's because of what has happened in our history that resulted in our overcoming slavery. The far left are either ignorant of history due to a failing education system, or they do know history but fundamentally hate this country. Daniel and John look at ways to reach out to these people.
Before the 2020 election, many prognosticators were betting that the Democrat Party would soon come to an end, citing a variety of reasons. And then the election happened. Does the argument still hold up? Joining us today is Bob Adelmann (thenewamerican.com), retired entrepreneur and conservative columnist. He describes how several analysts, many of whom are democrats, are predicting that unless the focus of the party changes, it will disappear quickly. Why? Radicals are choosing to hyper-focus on issues that voters don't really care about. He goes on to give an early prediction of how many seats the democrats will lose next year in both houses of Congress and asks what republicans are going to do once they regain control.