On this week’s episode of The Whitfield Analysis, Sam is joined by app developer and entrepreneur Josh LeCash to discuss a verity of topics including his friendship with Milo Yianoppolus, Hillary Clinton’s poor health, how apps are affecting the conservative and alt-right movements, and the failure of The War on Drugs.
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The recent controversy over Milo Yianoppolus’s lifetime ban from Twitter has generated almost as much buzz in the last week as the 2016 race itself, and for good reason too.…
Captain “Anti” America? Please Say It Ain’t So. Before I became interested in politics, comic books were my life. My dad would take me to our local comic shop every Saturday. This was in the […]
This week, Sam is joined by Scott Jones of “Pissed Off Politically Speaking” on the 405 Radio Network. Sam and Scott discuss everything from the different generations of Conservative activism, to Donald Trump and the […]
My thoughts on Candidate Trump And Why #NeverTrump Is Deplorable At This Point In The Election. I’ve gone back and forth on my opinion of Donald Trump more times than a high school prom queen […]
At the time I am writing this, The seventh and final Republican primary debate has concluded less than two hours ago. I’ve had some time to process the event and even get some opinions from personal friends as well as colleagues in the political commentary field and one thing is unanimous: we are all very thankful that these primary debates are finally over and done with. I actually skipped the last two Republican debates because of how redundant I felt things were in the first four.
Last night, Alex Bruesewitz joined Sam on The Whitfield Analysis to discuss the 2016 election, The Conservative Youth Movement, ISIS, and so much more!
Guest: Kyle Foley Sam hosts a special Black Friday stream with special guests, politics, culture, and so much more! Streamed live on Nov 27, 2015
The Importance of Supporting Ideas over Individuals
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article in which I articulated certain flaws I’ve observed within the conservative youth movement (CYM) and what conservatives both youth and adult oriented can do to resolve these issues. I specifically brought up the danger of entrusting an individual dubbed as “The Conservative Wonderkid” to be the main figurehead for our whole movement.