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Dangerous Talk

Dangerous talk. Donald Trump gave a dangerous talk on the Ellipse outside our White House on January 6, 2021. It sounded like a final command signaling the start of the violent part of Trump Insurrection. Trump learned a lot of his speaking style, tactics, and rough manners from Rush Limbaugh and other talk show hosts.



Author/historian Dr. Brian Rosenwald studied the history of talk radio for his magnificent book, Talk Radio’s America: How an Industry Took Over a Political Party That Took Over the United States. Brian wrote the story Craig lived through, broadcasting from the belly of the beast that is talk radio. This interview is long and great.



First up, listen to veteran Republican, Cole Wist, explain why he remains in GOP despite Donald Trump. This former Colorado state representative returns to Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge to opine on what President Trump has done to his party. Listen to these two veteran Colorado attorneys analyze the impeachment, criminal and civil litigation that awaits Trump as he exits.



Our Troubadour has perfect song for these dark days in USA. Stranger in a Strange Land sympathizes with an immigrant’s plight and condemns bigoted Trump policies such as family separation. America is now scary and strange with tens of thousands of troops deployed to our capitols to protect against this damned Trump Insurgency. All of it incited by dangerous talk.

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