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A Supreme Court Justice Cannot Believe In A Living Constitution — Tony Katz Today Podcast

On This Episode:

The Babylon Bee has been suspended from Twitter for calling Rachel Levine, a biological male, a man. If a media outlet can be removed from Twitter, one that writes satire at that, none of us are safe.

The latest out of Ukraine and the state of the Russian military, and the confusing data coming out of this conflict. Can this war be won by anyone?

The threat of cyber attacks by Russia on the US. What is our response?

Former MSNBC employee, Touré and Nikole Hannah Jones on tipping and white supremacy.

The back and forth between Senators Dick Durbin and Lindsey Graham on Gitmo and military spending in today’s confirmation hearing lead to Graham walking out of the chamber.

The Big Story:

Day Two of the SCOTUS confirmation hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Kudos to Senator Cornyn for a fantastic line of questioning about judicial activism.

On the other hand, Senator Whitehouse is using the confirmation process to opine about Dark Money. Does he really want to talk about Dark money on the Left? We would be happy to.

Uncomfortable Conversations: Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory is an idea that everything in society is related to race relations. It’s the idea that race determines every single aspect of our lives, even if we are unaware of it. Tony Katz takes a look at this concept and how the Trump administration is responding to schools that teach this theory.

The 1619 Project Just Won The Pulitzer Prize

The controversial New York Times project has won one of the most prestigious awards on the planet. The problem is that the 1619 Project has been heavily criticized by American historians, who argue that the project is filled with inaccuracies. How did this happen?

The New York Times Gives Up On Journalism, Proudly

This story originally posted on wibc.com

Trusting The New York Times is no longer possible. They told us during the 2016 election that they were going to forego journalistic integrity because Donald Trump had to be defeated. Once Donald Trump won the election, they declared, “Alright! We are back to journalism now!”

Well, that didn’t last long (if it lasted at all.) The New York Times has now decided that they have talked about collusion all they possibly can. And with that talking point worn out – because it was proven to be a lie! – the Times has shifted to racism. As Byron York notes in the Washington Examiner: “New goal for New York Times: ‘Reframe’ American history, and target Trump, too”

Yes, at a “crisis townhall,” Times’ Executive Editor Dean Baquet declared the newsroom was going to shift from covering Trump and Russia to covering Trump and Racism:

We built our newsroom to cover one story, and we did it truly well. Now we have to regroup, and shift resources and emphasis to take on a different story.

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