All Episodes Episodes From December 2021 Episodes With Month: December 2021

  • Our Children Will Look Back In Disgust

    Many adult Americans feel that their lives have no meaning, and boredom is everywhere because of Covid. But the real issue is what our generation is doing to our children.

  • The Vaccine Mandates Are Meaningless

    Vaccinated people can transmit Covid the same way an unvaccinated person can. So why are we issuing vaccine mandates when they serve no purpose? Also, why isn’t the U.S. helping the Uyghurs in China?

  • This Country Needs Fewer Politics and More Comedy

    Since Donald Trump became president, politics has dominated everything. Sports has taken a back seat, and comedy is all but dead. It’s time for a change.

  • TJCS #15 – Joe Cruzado

    Joe Cruzado is a ‘badass’ Patriot who served five years in the United States Marine Corps. He has fascinating stories about the rigors of basic training, the mental toughness one achieves as a Marine, and his deployment to Kuwait after 9/11. Joe also served in the NYPD in the Anti-Crime Unit and the Joint Firearms […]

  • TJCS #15 – Kevin Donaldson

    Kevin Donaldson is a former Jersey cop who faced death multiple times. One by the hands of an assailant, and the other by his own. Kevin had a great life until he received a domestic 911 call that changed everything. His story has laughter and sorrow, along with angels and demons. Through it all, Kevin […]

  • The Unfamiliar Country We Now Live In

    Thanks to the Democrats, criminals are causing havoc throughout the city streets. Men are allowed to dominate women’s sports. And our freedoms are being stripped from us because of a virus with a 99.7% survival rate.

  • The World Is Closing In On The Unvaccinated

    Countries throughout the world are excluding unvaccinated people from everyday life. Republicans need to hold the line because Democrats want to punish the unvaccinated in the U.S. too.

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