It’s on: the race to the White House in 2024. And so begin the declarations, denials (“I’m NOT running!), speculation, war-gaming, oppo-researching, fundraising, and media skullduggery! Mike Slater and his political odds-makers make their case for who the candidates will be, and of course whether Trump will be a factor after stating his intentions to run.
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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM EXPLAINED
Every year, globalists meet for The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. What are the goals of these global elites? A few years ago, it was ‘The Great Reset’. In 2022 it was ‘The Great Narrative’. In 2023 it was ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World’. So what do all these themes mean and what’s the endgame? Mike Slater dives into these questions and a lot more with his panel of experts, which include James Lindsay, Jordan Schachtel and Connor Tomlinson.
JOE BIDEN: TWO YEARS OF FAILURE
President Biden is still in the White House after two years in office despite battling old age and multiple crises. What were some of those crises and will he make it another two years? That’s just some of the questions Mike Slater and his panel of analysts attempt to answer in this special. If President Biden doesn’t run in 2024, who is next in line? Mike looks back on history to help better understand what voters are looking for in a candidate.
RENEWING AMERICA’S FAITH IN GOD
Is there a spiritual awakening ongoing in America. Recently, when Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest in front of millions, the United States turned to faith. It wasn’t the typical “thoughts and prayers” you hear every time there is a tragedy, instead it was just “Pray for Damar.” Could this event and other cultural issues have sparked a return to faith in America? Mike Slater discusses this possibility with former NFL player Jack Brewer. However, Mike warns that with a return to faith comes persecution, but that might not necessarily be such a bad thing.
POLITICS by FAITH: HOLIDAY EDITION
What is the real meaning of the holiday festivals we celebrate in December? As cliché sounds, the answer is all the more poignant, as we try to navigate these unprecedented dark times. In this current era of nihilism, atheism, and worship of government as religion, the forces of evil can seem overwhelming. MIke Slater peppers his panel of pastors with questions such as: Is Christmas actually a Pagan tradition? How do politics factor into faith? And, Where can I turn to be closer to God?
THE DONALD TRUMP PRESIDENCY
It’s easy to romanticize four years of Donald Trump’s presidency, especially given how ghastly awful the Biden Regime has been to date. Dodging an endless fusillade of political fire, in attempts to take him down, our Commander-in-Chief was able to accomplish great things…not the least of which was to stanch some of the bleeding incurred by the Obama Administration. 45’s command was rock solid. Or so we thought. Covid would be his undoing (and our country’s). The virus exposed and empowered some of the most sinister people in the media, tech, our government, and the global level — and Trump buckled. Mike Slater and his team of insiders look back at how the president handled some of the most pivotal events — so we can make a smart decision about whether he should be ‘our guy’ in 2024.
BROKEN AMERICA: ECONOMY IN PERIL
Democrats have controlled the United States for over two years since President Biden took office. Do you feel like the economy has gotten any better? Well, depends on who you ask. The White House would certainly think so, but do the American people agree? You probably already know the answer to that question. It’s bad. So just how bad is it? Multiple economists join Jesse Kelly to break down the state of the United States economy and provide advice on how to fix it (if it can even be fixed).