HR1

HR1 is a new bill in Congress that, if passed, will codify every suspect procedure involved in the 2020 election – vote by mail, no voter ID, no voter roll cleaning, etc. J. Christian Adams (www.publicinterestlegal.org), President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, joins us briefly to discuss this new bill. Attempts are being made to make that which is illegal legal.

We then transition to Kurt Hyde (thenewamerican.com), contributor to The New American magazine, who offers possible solutions to HR1, moving back to the fairly secure and reasonable voting procedures of the past. Can we have election reform if HR1 passes?

Censorship is running rampant today, but the media, who should be upholding freedom of speech, are instead advocating for more censorship. John Tierney (city-journal.org), Contributor Editor to the City Journal, is with us to discuss the ramp up of censorship since the Capitol violence and the hypocrisy of the media who did nothing when leftists called for violence during the Trump administration. When freedom is ignored, totalitarianism isn't too far behind.

Finally this week, Palestinian leaders are blaming Israel for not providing them with Covid vaccines, even though they had already procured some elsewhere. Back with us is Dexter Van Zile (www.camera.org), Christian Media Analyst with the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis. He points to a bigger picture than just a vaccine controversy – statehood for Palestine and isolation for Israel.

HR1 is a new bill in Congress that, if passed, will codify every suspect procedure behind the 2020 election – vote by mail, no signature verification requirements, no voter ID, no voter roll cleaning, etc. J. Christian Adams (publicinterestlegal.org), President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, joins us briefly to discuss this new bill and show that attempts are being made to make that which is illegal legal.

Now that we have the background on HR1, we transition to our second guest of the day, Kurt Hyde (thenewamerican.com), contributor to The New American magazine. He also identifies the problems in HR1 and offers possible solutions to move voting away from dysfunction and back to the fairly secure and reasonable way it's always been done. Election reform is needed. But if HR1 passes, will reform ever be possible?