Rapinoe, Private Property, and the Truth about the Revolution

In this Friday news roundup, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc talk about Megan Rapinoe’s lost kick, a Stockton, CA convenience store owner defends his property, the revolution we are in, and an update on the campaign.

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7 thoughts on “Rapinoe, Private Property, and the Truth about the Revolution”

  1. Another insightful gem. If one day, God forbid, this great country is taken down, today’s podcast transcript can serve as the abstract for why and what happened. America is in need of a Churchill-like leader to rally the spirit and fight of the majority. Is it too late?

    1. Thomas O’Brien

      The closest we have to the Churchillian leader that you speak of is Donald Trump. We mustn’t turn our back on him in our time of need.

  2. Let’s give some credit to Megan. It has been highly entertaining to watch many replays of Megan booting the ball into the stands. I hope no one got hurt.

    1. thebaron@enter.net

      I’d rather we just ignore her. She deserves no recognition at all. If it weren’t for her self-generated controversy, no one would even know who she is. She plays soccer. OK. She hasn’t cured cancer, nor saved people from a burning building, nor done anything else of some broader benefit to society. She plays soccer. And that’s great, but it’s not sufficient to make her any more than a line in a roster on a sports website.

  3. Donald John Trump is that somebody. He is for AMERICA FIRST.

    Of the other candidates, RFK has impressed me the most. I watched his interviews from three months back, he has the same demeanor as now. The DeSantis interview I watched, he seemed tense and was argumentative with the interviewer. He didn’t radiate confidence. He was different than a few months ago. He may very well be highly confident, but it didn’t come across well to me. RFK radiates confidence to me. He was doing an interview in (SC) Fox Carolina the other day.

    Americans sort of want someone smug, arrogant, like Obama or Biden, or Trump, because they mistake this debase comportment for moral rectitude. Instant-gratification culture cannot reward virtue nor recognize patience. And when they are told they are wrong, they lash out at the messenger, DJT, and destroy him. No prophet is loved in his native place.

  4. On April 3, 2017, the FC Dallas U-15 Boys Academy team beat the US Women’s National team 5-2 in a scrimmage to prepare the women’s team for a match against Russia.

    Teenage boys from Dallas who are barely old enough to be in high school decisively beats the US Women’s National team.

    Capitalism also rewards skill regardless of gender. In this example, professional women soccer players do not have the skill of young teenage boys from Dallas. Perhaps this is the reason for the pay difference between men and women in professional soccer.

  5. Victor – Thanks for an excellent summary of the unimaginable leftist policies that are destroying every aspect of society. How does this sinful overthrow of our country compare to other revolutions throughout history? Do you think that this chaos is meant to overthrow a biblical morality and is a revolution against God?

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