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OBAMA: We have to brainwash Americans to accept gun control, like we did with gay marriage.

Caiden Cowger

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — While speaking at the U.S. Conference of Mayors on Friday, Obama discussed the recent shooting at a church in Charleston, SC.

“If congress had passed some common sense gun reforms after Newtown, after a group of children had been gunned down in their own classroom. Reforms that 90% of the American people supported, we wouldn’t have prevented every act of violence, or even most, we don’t know if it would have prevented what would have happened in Charleston, but we might still have some more Americans with us,” Obama said. “I know today’s politics less like that we will see any serious gun safety legislation. Ultimately, congress will follow the people. At some point in the country, we have reckon with what happens. It’s not good enough to show sympathy. You don’t see murder on this kind of scale, with this kind of frequency, in any other advanced nation on Earth. Every country has violent, hateful, or mentally unstable people. What’s different is not every country is a wash with easily accessible guns. I refuse… to pretend that it’s simply sufficient enough to grieve, and that any mention of us doing something to stop it is somehow politicizing the problem.”

“We need a change in attitudes, among attitudes: lawful gun owners, those who are unfamiliar with guns. We have to have a conversation about it and FIX THIS. And ultimately congress acts when the public insists on action. And we’ve seen how public opinion can change. We’ve seen it change on gay marriage, we’ve seen it beginning to change on climate change. We have to change how we think about this issue. We as a people have got to change.”

Sorry Mr. President, but the facts show that violent crime and homicide rates increase after gun bans are enacted.

“A free people ought to be armed. A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” – George Washington

“The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.” – Thomas Jefferson

Caiden Cowger is the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Cowger Nation. Cowger also serves as the radio host of The Caiden Cowger Program. In 2015, he was named as being the "'Youngest' Syndicated Talk Personality" in the United States.

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  2. David Goshorn

    August 3, 2015 10:47 am at 10:47 am

    “Sorry Mr. President, but the facts show that violent crime and homicide rates increase after gun bans are enacted.”

    What’s your source? And will you give details about this claim?

    • Bob

      August 3, 2015 4:45 pm at 4:45 pm

      Look at CHICAGO…..idiot

    • G.i. joe

      June 17, 2016 12:47 am at 12:47 am

      Hitler is the main one that comes to mind learn some history you news fed zombies.

  3. Sandra Bass

    August 3, 2015 11:15 am at 11:15 am

    We the people, with this Current administration are under tyranny. We are living under an administration that sees no problem in breaking laws, passing by Congress and their opinion on matters, and make their own laws. What is happening is the government is that a tyrant is running this country to the ground.

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  8. LeAnna

    August 3, 2015 4:25 pm at 4:25 pm

    Although I don’t like Obama saying he said something when he didn’t say that is false and even slander. Now if he said it elsewhere you should put that in the article but he said nothing like that.
    I can’t stand publications that manipulate a subject just to get a reader. If you want to share news then please share the truth and stop adding to the crap that’s already out there.

  9. James

    August 3, 2015 8:24 pm at 8:24 pm

    Having armed citizens would have stopped it really fast your a coward and a traitor to the United States and it’s constitution Mr president and we will be changing ways soon as you are impeachment is done we have our own military personnel in countries that have full auto guns and bombs and rocket launchers and you shit on our allies and the rest of the rights won from our forefathers, you sir are a true traitor to the United States and it’s beliefs.

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TRUMP AT PRAYER BREAKFAST: America is a nation of believers, strengthened by the power of prayer.

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WASHINGTON D.C. — On Thursday, President Trump delivered an address to the National Prayer Breakfast. The president described the United States as being “a nation of believers,” re-establishing America’s Judeo-Christian roots.

“America is a nation of believers and together we are strengthened by the power of prayer,” Trump expressed.

The president also noted that the Founding Fathers included four acknowledgements of the Creator in the Declaration of Independence.

“Today we praise God for how truly blessed we are to be American.”

“We see the Lord’s grace in the service-members, who risk their lives for our freedom, we see it in the teachers who work tirelessly for their students and the police who sacrifice for our communities, and sacrifice they do. And we see the Lord’s grace in the moms and dads who work two and three jobs to give their children the chance for a better and much more prosperous and happier life.”

“As long as we open our eyes to God’s grace and open our hearts to God’s love, then America will forever be land of the free, the home of the brave and the light unto all nations.”

Today, marked the 65th anniversary of the National Prayer Breakfast, established by President Ike Eisenhower (R) and Evangelist Billy Graham in 1953.

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Why should Republicans be worried about impeachment when they “control” Congress!?

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We gave them the House, and Republicans said they needed the Senate. We gave them the Senate, and Republicans said they needed the Presidency. Now that we have given them the Presidency, we are now talking about impeachment?

According to memos from FBI Director James Comey (which have not yet been confirmed), the media is professing that President Donald Trump allegedly asked FBI Director James Comey to end the investigation on former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn.

“I hope you can let this go,” the president purportedly told Comey, according to the New York Times.

Did President Obama not do this same exact stunt with the Hillary Clinton investigation? On January 29, 2016, the Obama White House expressed during a press briefing that “Hillary Clinton will not be indicted.” Do you honestly think that Obama did not influence the FBI’s decision, which he oversaw as the head of the Executive Branch?

Last Wednesday, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) said that if Trump’s remark is true, it would merit impeachment. When asked by The Hill if the memo (when verified) would merit impeachment, Amash replied: “Yes.”

President Trump said that he “hoped” Comey could let the case against Flynn go. Hope is defined as being a “desire for a certain thing to happen.” Desire is defined as being a “wish for something to happen.” A wish is not an order. Throughout the 2016 campaign, President Obama was clear that he hoped Hillary Clinton would not be indicted, yet no one suggested his impeachment.

Is the national Republican Party trying to completely alienate their base? If that is their goal, it is working. Many members of the republican electorate are frustrated. We spent 8 years watching our country fundamentally weakened by the Obama regime, and now that we have finally elected a republican president, congressional and senatorial republicans are fighting him every step of the way.

Rather than working to repair the broken economy and striving to put Americans back to work, everyone is focusing on an absurd conspiracy theory that Donald Trump is a “secret agent man” for the Russian government and was discreetly hired by Vladimr Putin to gain control of the United States. These accusers in the media and on Capitol Hill are literally insane. Rather than dealing with the fact that a non-establishment member won the Presidency, as Commander-in-Chief, the establishment-types (from both parties) are trying to take Trump out in any way they possibly can. They are equilivant to schoolyard bullies, refusing to let “little Donny” play with them on the playground.

Donald Trump won the Presidency by gaining northern states that Democrats controlled for years. The United States is losing faith in the Democratic Party. The DNC has gone so far left that candidates recruited from insane asylums could win Democratic primary elections.

Ever since Election Night, Democrats have been in denial of the results. This is beneficial for conservative Republicans, because if the DNC continues to ignore the real reasons for their loss, we should win rather smoothly in 2020. Republicans in Congress need to get their acts together and stand behind their President. It is bad enough that we must combat liberal democrats in government. We do not need internal division in the Republican Party.

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The Size Of Church Bells

Joe Dan Gorman

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CREATED, WRITTEN, ENGINEERED, AND PRODUCED BY JOE DAN GORMAN


screen-shot-2017-04-30-at-3-09-59-pmMost everything I know about Trump, I learned since he entered the election— and I quickly learned you never try to predict the man’s actions.

But I also learned another thing—never bet against him —- Trump will win.  And in this case… it means America wins.

And while our apolitical president can hardly be considered ‘conservative’—the core of what he’s doing absolutely is.  In fact, Trump’s is the most conservative agenda since Reagan.

So— we can dicker over ideological details later—our first order of business should be to help Trump put this train back on the track.

Anyway— since this is the first episode recorded in the new home– we’re still working out a few bugs… including a tweaking of the acoustics…so you may notice a difference in some of the audio— I hope it is not too distracting. Special Thanks to Kenny W. for laying down the carpet in the green-screen room. Before that, the echo was really bad… really bad…really bad.

In the meantime, thank you guys for all your awesome support.

God bless,
Joe Dan
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