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. … Continue reading Episode #64: Axios solves the Culture War!
For this special episode, Jacob and Eric first recap the results of the primary elections in Indiana and Ohio, including the incredible comeback victory of J.D. Vance in the Ohio GOP Senate primary, thanks largely to President Trump’s endorsement. They then react to the historic news that the Supreme Court is, at long last, poised … Continue reading Episode #63: Roe v. Wade to be Aborted (with Congressional candidate Jim Shoemaker)
With this episode, Jacob and Eric launch a new sub-series on The Right Take: The Long Take, in which they sit down and discuss one single massive issue, from its history to its current socio-political implications, and give the proper national populist take on how to handle it. For this episode, they look at the … Continue reading Episode #62: The Long Take – Immigration
In this episode, Jacob and Eric are briefly joined by guest John Manfreda to talk about the downfall of Netflix, and its broader implications for the streaming market. They then riff on the hilariously short-lived CNN+ before turning to a truly enraging main topic: A crooked federal judge in Illinois ordering the U.S. Bureau of … Continue reading Episode #61: Trans Rights for Jailbirds
For this episode, Jacob and Eric react to the fantastic news that President Trump has endorsed “Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance for the U.S. Senate, and discuss the latest example of the Left’s multicultural coalition eating itself. For the main topic, they address Elon Musk’s one-man war against the giant that is Twitter, how the … Continue reading Episode #60: Elon Musk vs. the World
In this episode, Jacob and Eric dish out numerous White pills, including the surging GOP voter registration in key swing states, the first-ever acquittal of a January 6th defendant, and the federal government’s humiliation in the trial of the men accused of plotting to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer. After recapping a highway blockade by radical global … Continue reading Episode #59: “OK, Groomer.”
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, … Continue reading Episode #58: Tom Pappert Returns to The Right Take
In this episode, Jacob and Eric recap their successful trip to California for Eric’s speech to the California Republican Assembly in Orange County, then react to the latest fireworks in the Republican primary for Ohio’s Senate seat, as well as President Trump’s stunning un-endorsement of Mo Brooks in the Alabama Senate primary. After discussing how … Continue reading Episode #57: Interview with Capital Research Center’s Hayden Ludwig
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 … Continue reading Episode #56: Why They Fear January 6th
In this episode, Jacob and Eric recap the stunning results of the South Korean presidential election, where a self-declared “anti-feminist” candidate defeated the ruling party’s nominee by the narrowest margin in South Korean history. They react to the caught-on-camera confession of a New York Times reporter who admits that his colleagues in the mainstream media … Continue reading Episode #55: CPAC Chairman Backs Transgenderism
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