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American Survival Radio #66

In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton inquire why the shooting of Republican congressman Steve Scalise is classified by the FBI as “workplace violence” and not domestic terrorism? Are we so scared of calling these events for what they are the same as President Obama’s reluctance to say “Islamic Terrorism”? Plus, President Trump finally put VA reform on the table, fulfilling another of his campaign promises.

Also, Baltimore police departments are experiencing a major manpower shortage, and the Altons aren’t the least surprised. All this and a lot more on American Survival Radio #66! read more

American Survival Radio #65

In the episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton discuss the open season on Republicans and conservatives, leading to the collection of scalps on the part of the media, and actual physical violence in the form of an attack on congressman practicing for a traditional baseball game in Alexandria, VA. Has the Left accomplished its mission of finally causing deranged followers to follow through on threats against those on the Right?

Also, Otto Warmbier, the student detained in North Korea due to some minor vandalism, comes home, essentially, in a box. How did he end up in a coma? What should the U.S. response be? Plus, the president reverses many of Barack Obama’s Cuba policies, to the delight of many exiles living in the U.S. read more

Stop the Open Season on Republicans

(This article first appeared in the Daily Caller.)

In Washington, D.C., where character assassination is a popular blood sport, actual assassination may become part of the New Normal in American politics.

Louisiana congressman Steve Scalise (R) and several more have become the latest casualties as the war against conservatives escalates in the ugliest way possible. Rep. Scalise and other Republican politicians, including Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, were practicing in Alexandria, Virginia, for the annual House-Senate baseball game when a lone gunman opened fire. Scalise was hit in the hip, landing him in the operating room in critical condition. read more