The guys are back and moderator-free with John Gray’s departure into the Trump administration. Taking his place is former referee Nate Madden in a no-holds-barred return to Conservative Review’s weekly policy cage match.
Nate, Brian, and the Sams dive into the recent dustup surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions and whether or not he was right to recuse himself.
The gang hashes out Trump’s speech before a joint session of Congress. The guys outline the good, the bad, and the ugly.
GOP leadership has been keeping its Obamacare replacement plan a secret from voters and members of Congress. Shouldn’t the people know what’s in it before we pass it? And what should the replacement plan look like?
About the Show:
Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face-off between two political insiders on the Right versus (usually) two on the Left. Darling and worked for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. He and Madden both write for Conservative Review. “The Sams” are co-founders of the District Sentinel, a news co-op here in D.C.
The guys are back and moderator free with John Gray’s departure into the Trump Administration. Taking is place is former referee Nate Madden in a no-holds bar return to Conservative Review’s once-again-weekly policy cage match.
Nate, Brian, and the Sams dive into Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch and whether or not Senate Democrats will actually be able to block him.
The gang discusses the recent riots at U.C. Berkeley over political provocateur and Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos. Was this a justified response to perceived tyranny, or wanton domestic terrorism against free speech? You decide.
An ocean of ink has been spilled over Trump’s contested “Muslim ban” – the travel suspension affecting seven high-risk countries – in the closing bout, the guys discuss the measure (and the following media firestorm) and what it means for liberty and security here in the United States and elsewhere.