S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 180 | Blurring the Lines

It’s getting hard to tell where Mexico ends and America begins — at least for the Mexican military. 

Despite being completely incapable of stopping illegal immigration or drug and human trafficking, the Mexican military detained and disarmed two members of the U.S. Army on the American side of the border about a week and a half ago.

This news comes as the FBI arrests the leader of American militia that has reportedly detained and turned over thousands of migrants to DHS and ICE. 

There was also an Islamist attack on “Easter worshipers” over the weekend, and yet the media MYSTERIOUSLY refrained from framing it as being a hate crime — though they certainly would have done so if a mosque had been bombed instead of a church.

Interesting double standard they’ve got, eh?

Join me as I catch up on the news from the weekend.

This is EPISODE 180 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 179 | Off the Reservation

The President is riding high now that the Mueller Report has been released and he’s been cleared of obstruction and collusion charges.

He even suggested yesterday that he might be president for ten more years.

Ann Coulter and Tucker Carlson beg to differ. Both pundits hammered the President this week — Coulter for the nepotism that led to the appointment of a special counsel in the first place; Carlson for the lack of action with regard to the mass censorship of conservatives across digital media.

How can he get re-elected if his supporters are all censored?

Great question! We’ll explore it in further detail!

This is EPISODE 179 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 178 | Gridlocked

Twelve.

That’s how many new laws have been passed by Congress since Democrats took the majority in the House of Representin’. I had a feeling that Congress wouldn’t be able to work across the aisle to get anything done, and I was right.

Thank god they didn’t take the Senate, too.

For this episode, we’ll be talking a lot about foreign policy, immigration, and a problem with CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM that is sweeping through Lewiston schools FOR ABSOLUTELY NO REASON AT ALL.

This is EPISODE 178 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 177 | The Clown Prince

Handing the keys to Jared Kushner on immigration and foreign policy probably wasn’t the best move Trump’s ever made as president.

As Europe, Saudi Arabia, and Palestine prepare to shoot down “The Secretary of Everything’s” one-state Middle East “peace” proposal, one can’t help but wonder whether Trump still feels the juice was worth the squeeze with regard to hiring his daughter and son-in-law as senior advisers.

Jared is also working on a “comprehensive immigration proposal” with Lindsay Graham that is rumored to include amnesty for DACA recipients, though the chances of it getting tabled in the Senate are basically 100%.

I ask again: Has the juice been worth the squeeze, Mr. President?

We’ll also be talking about a new official statistic from the school system of Lewiston, Maine: 28% of enrolled students are “English language learners” who speak Somali, Arabic, or Swahili as a primary language.

This is EPISODE 177 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

 

 

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 176 | All Hail President Javanka

I dismissed the criticism out of hand because it sounded like a basic mainstream media talking point, but it’s really starting to look like Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have more sway over Donald Trump and his decision-making process than the rest of his cabinet combined.

Two things made me change my mind:

1.) The ongoing feud between Kushner and Miller over immigration

2.) The recently released book Kushner Inc.

We’ll be talking about this in much further detail.

This is EPISODE 176 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!