Our Lives & Politics Podcast
Safe and effective, take the vaccine and you can go back to life, except for some. Fear had enveloped the country, toilet paper couldn't be found and we walked only one direction in the grocery store to save us from Covid. Remember that crazy stuff? None of that was effective, it was a joke and to get us all back to some semblance of normalcy, they somehow developed, tested and administered a vaccine in only months. It was a record! It was a miracle. Many of us were hesitant, some would not take part at all but what many people said about the vaccine’s ineffectiveness and dangerous side effects and some cases death, would be silenced or censored. One man in Boston, John Beaudoin Sr went to work to prove the vaccine deaths in his state. With state death certificate data and VAERS deaths he found a way to pinpoint the vaccine deaths. He joins us now on Our Lives and Politics to explain it all and put names to some deadly events in Massachusetts.
Remember the cake baker that refused to bake a cake for a gay couple based on the baker's religious views? At the time, it was a big story. It eventually made it's way to the Supreme Court and just recently the same baker refused to bake a cake for a transgender woman. We now have a Supreme Court Justice that can't even define a woman, or won't for fear that the answer will be wrong to the cancel culture. From baking a cake for a gay couple to cancel culture and our woke society, we've come a long way from political correctness in a short time. Now the liberal left has hijacked the gay pride movement. And you should know a lot of gays and lesbians aren't happy. they are afraid the gains they have made for simple rights like health insurance and marriage could be in jeopardy as the LGB community watches the LGBTQIAAAAA+++++ advocates for transgender children, puberty blockers, drag queen story time and bathrooms shared by both sexes in public schools. The LGB says enough is enough!
Over the last 40 years there are a couple of names that have dominated American politics. George Bush, as Vice President for Ronald Reagan, and as one term President who was later followed by his son and his two terms as President. Other than Bush, there’s only one other name to think about and that is Clinton. Whether it was Bill or Hillary Clinton, there has been a Clinton in American politics for nearly 50 years. When considering the legacy of Bill Clinton, where does one start or end? One thing is for sure, a conversation about Bill Clinton rarely happens without the mention of Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers and the list goes on and on. It’s sad, really. Juanita Broaddrick had an encounter with Bill Clinton in 1978 when he was the Attorney General in Arkansas and running for his first term as Arknasas Governor. Our conversation on Our Lives & Politics with Juanita Broaddrick gets real and raw. She recounts that morning in a Little Rock hotel when Bill Clinton says, “You may want to put some ice on that,” after he nearly bit through her lip. Juanita promised us a conversation with no limits and she delivered. She has become a common sense conservative voice with a huge social media following. She is a great story teller and loved by all who follow her no nonsense common sense. She shares her opinions on everything America, from Joe and Hunter Biden to today’s youth and any hope in the future on this episode of Our Lives & Politics.
On election night, Nov 3, 2020, many went to sleep with Donald Trump leading over Joe Biden, but the next morning everything had changed. The questions started and were suppressed; now, two years later, questions linger. The events of that night cascaded into a series of events, like Jan 6th, that continues today.
Through all of the turmoil, there have been few voices that tell an alternative story to that today on mainstream media, big tech, and what is allowed on social media. Julie Kelly is a Sr Editor/Writer with American Greatness. A frequent guest of Tucker Carlson and others on Fox News, News Nation, and NewsMax. She has told the story of those locked in the DC gulags for involvement in the Jan 6 protests.
In this conversation on Our Lives and Politics, we learn more about Julie Kelly on a personal level. She shares her thoughts on how and if the newly elected Republican Congress can stop the political persecution.