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For his fourth appearance on The Right Take, Valiant News' founder and editor-in-chief Tom Pappert talks to Eric about the massive drama war unfolding between Steven Crowder and The Daily Wire over multi-million-dollar contracts, Big Tech censorship, mainstream media vs. conservative alternatives, and more. SHOWNOTES Follow Tom's work at Valiant Ne…
 
For this week's episode, we return to our Long Take format to discuss the Twitter Files, specifically the Deep State's involvement with Twitter to silence its critics and boost its allies. 00:00 Intro 05:10 Evaluating Musk's Takeover of Twitter 16:27 How Twitter Squashed the 2020 October Surprise 23:05 Shadowbanning 27:40 Banning Trump 36:08 When a…
 
After opening the episode with a tribute to the late Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of music legend Elvis Presley, Jacob and Eric recap the dramatic and drawn-out race for Speaker of the House of Representatives. They discuss the biggest power players and key deals that were made, analyze the various policy agreements and rule changes that resulted f…
 
For the first episode of 2023, Jacob and Eric analyze the upcoming race for Speaker of the House of Representatives, and whether or not Kevin McCarthy will actually make for a better speaker for the America First cause. For the main topic, they dunk on Congressman-elect George Santos from New York, who lied about literally every aspect of his life …
 
In our last episode of 2022, we look at a sunny spot for the Right in a disappointing midterm cycle. We examine why Republicans lost their best shot at picking up a Senate seat. And we look at the candidates for RNC Chair. For the main topic, we discuss the tragic news that Senator Ted Cruz's bisexual daughter was hospitalized with self-inflicted w…
 
The polls predicted a red wave, historical trends suggested a red wave, the economy and current president should have led to a red wave. But all we got this year was a red ripple. After a three-week hiatus, Eric and Jacob dig into some of the specifics of high-profile races and break down the why. Why were Republicans not able to follow through on …
 
In the final episode before the 2022 midterm elections on November 8th, Eric recaps some of the biggest breaking stories that may impact the midterms in one week, then delivers the official predictions from The Right Take regarding key races for the Senate, the governorships, and the House. TIMESTAMPS 00:00 - Intro12:42 - Predictions for U.S. Senat…
 
This week, we focus on the governors' races. Politico predicts Democrats will sit in the majority of governors' mansions after this election. Could that happen even with momentum at Republicans' backs? We break down the most contested governors' races this election cycle to find out. 00:00 Intro 05:04 States Republicans are guaranteed to lose 13:29…
 
This week, we focus on the House elections. Republicans are favored by all the pundits to flip the lower chamber of Congress. But will this be a red wave or a red ripple? We discuss Kevin McCarthy's Commitment to America, we look at a Hail Mary Biden is throwing to lower gas prices, and we examine 12 House swing districts that could go either way. …
 
This week, we round up the Senate swing state races. Republicans just have to pick up ONE Senate seat to flip the upper chamber. It currently looks promising. But there's one reliably red state that could mess it all up. 00:00 Intro 04:20 Senate Races Roundup 20:00 Interview: The Senate Seat That Could Cost Republicans a Senate Majority with Josh H…
 
This week, we recap the last of the primary results. We analyze Governor Desantis's relocating migrants to Martha's Vinyard. We explore what we can learn from Germany and how anti-native discrimination occurs when immigrants gain political control. For our main topic, we explore the question 'What is to be done about leftist indoctrination centers …
 
In this episode, Jacob and Eric are joined in-studio by Kyle Winner, former host of The Troy Show, to talk about Rust Belt politics, from the races for Governor and Senator in Ohio, to the hotly-contested Senate race in Pennsylvania with Dr. Oz. TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Intro and Kyle's experience in D.C.18:14 The Ohio governor's race40:21 The Ohio Senate …
 
This week, we open with how ranked-choice voting sunk Sarah Palin. Also, where Hillary saw deplorables, Biden sees a clear and present danger. For our main topic, we discuss how sabotage may sink Republicans' chances of winning back the Senate. 00:00 Intro 03:17 What in the world happened in Alaska?!? 18:00 Biden declares war on Americans 37:00 Mai…
 
Yes, Republicans are blowing the midterms. Eric explores this topic that he wrote about in “American Greatness,” using the special election in NY-19 as an example. We also discuss what Florida is getting right that the Republican Party elsewhere can't seem to copy. Also, can Biden successfully buy the midterms for Democrats with his latest debt for…
 
This week, we keep it election-focused. We explore the primaries in Alaska and Wyoming, especially Neocon Princess Cheney's demolition. Also, this is the first year when Generation Z members are old enough to run for Congress. We look at one such candidate in New Hampshire. For our main topic, we look forward to 2024 and discuss whether Trump shoul…
 
Joe Enders of Church Militant joins us to discuss his home state of Michigan, especially pro-impeachment Peter Meijer's defeat and the quest to unseat Governor Gretchen Whitmer. We also discuss the other two pro-impeachment Republicans' races in Washington state and hold a spirited debate on the candidacy of Joe Kent (WA-03). 00:00 Intro 04:05 Fall…
 
Tom Pappert joins us again to discuss his home state of Kansas—especially the left's victory over the pro-life amendment—and celebrate total victory in the Arizona primaries. We also throw in some free-wheeling politico-bashing at the end. 00:00 Intro04:30 Kansas primaries recap with Kansas resident Tom Pappert10:28 Main Topic: How did Kansas go wr…
 
This week, we explore how Rupert Murdoch's media empire has turned into a Trojan horse for globalist, socially liberal policies. For our main topic, we delve into the communications blunder that the Republican Party has been wading into and how they could blow their chance to take back both houses of Congress. 00:00 Intro 03:56 Ned Ryun ruffles the…
 
President Biden continues to suffer from diverse illnesses and alleged illnesses. Plus, it appears the Democrats have found their backup president-in-waiting. For our main topic, we discuss the recent Axios story on Donald Trump's Schedule F, an executive order that would put teeth to his campaign slogan of 'Drain the Swamp', and we explore the dif…
 
How do Republican elites stand diametrically opposed to the needs of the masses whose votes they rely on for political power? This week, we explore the economic aspects of this question and more. 00:00 Intro 03:40 Eulogy for Eric's grandfather 13:21 Main Topic: Why is unemployment so low if the economy is so bad? 30:20 Two-pronged approach to deal …
 
In this week's episode, we cover a range of stories, both encouraging and tragic, from this past week before reviewing the recent primary elections. For the main topic, we review Baz Luhrmann's Elvis and how modern Hollywood treats American history and culture. 00:00 Intro and Independence Day Recap07:58 The Georgia Guidestones will guide no longer…
 
After recapping the latest round of primary elections, Eric is joined by The Right Take's first-ever international guest: Jack Hadfield, Associate Editor of Valiant News. Eric and Jack discuss President Trump's endorsement of Blake Masters for the U.S. Senate in Arizona, then react to Fox News going full leftist with a video celebrating transgender…
 
In the first half of this episode, Jacob and Eric recap the most recent primary elections, including numerous losses for Trump-backed candidates in Georgia; for the second half, guest fill-in host Patrick von Hanzlik takes Jacob's place as he and Eric discuss the Johnny Depp verdict and the Left's latest push for gun control after the Uvalde shooti…
 
In this episode, we discuss the recent wild Republican primaries, price gouging in the age of a baby formula shortage, and a rare smackdown of feminism in California. For the main topic, we discuss Biden's agenda for chipping away American sovereignty to the World Health Organization and terrifying comments by Pfizer's CEO at the World Economic For…
 
In this solo episode, Eric briefly reacts to the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, then recaps the results of the West Virginia and Nebraska primaries. For the main topic, he tears apart a laughable attempt by Axios to claim that the Left has finally found a "counter-punch" narrative against the Right's Culture War messaging. TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Int…
 
In this episode, we're joined by special guest Jim Shoemaker. Mr. Shoemaker is a Republican candidate for California's 9th Congressional district (Stockton). We center the discussion around this episode's main topic of abortion and the recent leak that Roe v. Wade is set to be overturned. We also discuss the California water crisis, national securi…
 
This week, we mix it up a little with The Long Take—a new format, featuring a long-form discussion of one topic. We decided to begin this format with immigration. We discuss the history of immigration in the US, birthright citizenship, the Asian Exclusion Act, the 1924 Immigration Act, Reagan amnesty, the visa lottery, how immigration affects Ameri…
 
This week, we invite a guest on to examine the collapse of Netflix after the streaming giant revealed how badly it's bleeding subscribers. We also discuss the fate of CNN+ and why the elusive, journalistic, common sense center that Chris Wallace sought, just, no longer exists today. For our main topic, we show two examples of how far activist judge…
 
In our 60th episode, we look at Trump's highest-stakes endorsement of 2022, as he wades into the Ohio senate primary. We also examine how the DNC's alleged "people of color" coalition is sowing the seeds of its own destruction. For our main topic, we discuss Elon Musk's offer to buy Twitter in what may be the biggest Wall Street showdown of our lif…
 
In this special episode, our very first guest Tom Pappert returns to The Right Take for another interview. Tom talks about his new platform Valiant News, reveals the latest disturbing scandal from Hunter Biden and the rest of his corrupt family, and discusses the domestic debate over American involvement in Ukraine. SHOWNOTES Tom’s new outlet, Vali…
 
In our first episode since traveling to join the California Republican Assembly, we discuss the recent Ohio senate debate circus and why Trump rescinded his Alabama senate endorsement. Plus, Subway is feeling the pain of basing its whole business model on cheap foreign labor thanks to Trump’s America First immigration policies. For our main topic, …
 
For this special episode of The Right Take, we're re-posting Eric's speech from the annual convention of the California Republican Assembly in Orange County, California. As the keynote speaker for the weekend convention's Friday night dinner, Eric talks about the events leading up to January 6th, the kind of people who made up the majority of the p…
 
In this episode, we cover the reactionary election in South Korea, a NYT journalist's admission that his colleagues exaggerated the J6 riot, and further proof that progressives what you dead. For the main topic, we dive into the recent revelation that CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp has been receiving money from George Soros and has been repaying that m…
 
As the world inches closer to World War III, Eric and Jacob break down the war in Ukraine and debate its causes and what The Right Take should be on it. But first, they discuss the recent lame American trucker convoy, Biden's horrible State of the Union address, the Texas primaries, and social Bolsheviks masquerading as conservatives and Christians…
 
Happy Presidents Day! Today, Eric and Jacob discuss why we call Washington's birthday celebration Presidents Day and why some on the Left want to rebrand it or cancel it entirely. They also cover the latest neoliberal panic, as The New York Times and The Atlantic ponder on how to weasel out of the international and domestic dumpster fire they helpe…
 
In this episode, Eric and Jacob take on a number of mini-topics, including Republican primary developments, a Supreme Court victory, and tech-age union-busting. For the main topic, they discuss Eileen Gu’s defection to China and what this means for America’s geopolitical position that she found China more attractive than the US. 00:00 Intro 03:18 M…
 
In this episode, Eric and Jacob discuss a different Brandon’s plans to go to Washington, how Republicans are shamelessly gerrymandering Congressional seats, Trump’s controversial endorsements, and more. For the main topic, they discuss the GOP’s out-of-touch position on Russia and Ukraine and its smug dismissal of the masses’ views on foreign polic…
 
In this episode, Eric explains why Facebook arbitrarily suspended him before he and Jacob dive into two of the hottest news items of January: Russia and the Supreme Court. On Russia, they discuss how the American regime engages in an ideologically-driven, unamerican foreign policy and what the America First position should be regarding the Ukraine-…
 
In this episode, Eric and Jacob break down Governor Glenn Youngkin’s first day in office and the convulsions on the Left that it produced. They then look at a theory by statistician NAME who posits that an intransigent minority of a low as three percent can force its values on the rest of society. For the main topic, they look at how this theory is…
 
In this first episode of 2022, Eric and Jacob discuss a Catholic University professor who has decided he’s had it with the US Constitution. They also mark the first anniversary of the January 6 storming of the Capitol and note how many of those J6ers are running for office. For the main topic, they discuss leftist YouTube, or BreadTube, and its coz…
 
This week, Eric and Jacob discuss the fall of the Cuomo Crime Family; some recent juicy, Congressional inside baseball; and a discovery by journalists in Mexico, showing UN and NGO literature coaching caravan migrants. For the main topic, they discuss ongoing attempts to one-up Jussie Smollett in keeping the anti-white race hoaxes coming in an effo…
 
Welcome to the second part of The Right Take guys' investigation of the allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. In this part, they dive exclusively into the election and aftermath in Georgia. After examining the evidence, they each give their personal verdict on who won the Peach State. 00:00 Tipping the Georgia Scales before Electi…
 
Welcome to the second part of The Right Take guys' investigation of the allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. In this part, they dive exclusively into the election and aftermath in Wisconsin. After examining the evidence, they each give their personal verdict on who won the Badger State. 00:00 Tipping the Wisconsin Scales before E…
 
Welcome to the second part of The Right Take guys' investigation of the allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. In this part, they dive exclusively into the election and aftermath in Pennsylvania. After examining the evidence, they each give their personal verdict on who won the Keystone State. 00:00 Tipping the Pennsylvania Scales …
 
Welcome to the third part of The Right Take guys' investigation of the allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. In this part, they dive exclusively into the election and aftermath in Michigan. After examining the evidence, they each give their personal verdict on who won the Great Lakes State. 00:00 Tipping the Michigan Scales before…
 
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