The Media Sings a New Song (Just Like the Old Song)
Robert Kendall discusses Trump's legacy and Ken LaCorte takes on media nonsense
Friends and fellow countrymen,
Today we awake once again to go to work to feed our families. We call loved ones just because we want to know how they are doing, and we look around at homes full of food, warmth, and safety so we can just take a moment to thank God himself that we won the cosmic lottery and can say “Wow, I’m an American!”
I’ve lived through many Presidents (and worked for a couple of very good ones at The White House), seen many more elections up and down every level of government across the land. I’ve been a poorly paid clerk and have been blessed to live the life some would compare to that of a prince.
America has been so good to me and my family it's almost insane.
America is a blessing to one and all who are blessed, as I was, to have been born here, and to those who became legal residents through study, hard work, and patience.
No matter what comes our way, day by day, my wifey and I give thanks to the Lord above and just shout out, “Thank you, dear God, for letting me live in such an amazing country! A country in which millions across the world dream of living !”
On Tuesday’s episode of The World According to Ben Stein, we were joined by our colorful cast of characters, including special guest Robert Kendall, to discuss the amazing, great legacy of one of the most helpful, most brilliant Presidents in our history. Please, continue to pray for Mr. Trump, who sacrificed his life of luxury and his family’s privacy because he loves this great nation we get to call home.
During Thursday night’s episode, we were happy to be joined by Ken LaCorte, the former head of Fox News’ website, who now currently runs the Media Action Network. We discussed how the same media who attacked and defamed our amazing President Donald J. Trump are now on the complete, unequivocal defense of President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party (as if they weren’t already).
While our times might be murky and turbulent, it is my honor to be on your screens twice a week discussing, debating, and laughing with you all and the panel. Have a safe and enjoyable weekend and I look forward to joining you all again for next week’s shows!
Your humble servant,
P.S. The fun doesn’t stop when the episodes end! Come join me and let’s chat on MeWe!