Episode

5/6 Andrew Hartman: A War for the Soul of America

May 6, 2015

Andrew Hartman author of the new book  A War for the Soul of America: A History of the Culture Wars, explains the importance of the 1960s social movements. The 1980s and 1990s and the new social map of America. The New Left and Neoconservative battle and how it defines us today. What drove Neoconservative reactionary politics. The cruel myth of 1950s America. What made the Neoconservative movement happen? Is the cultural war manufactured? What the New Left did to transform America. Also is the culture war over or simply now part of the economic war?

On The Fun Half: Mitt Romney is still delusional and we really want him to run for President. Michael Savage tells Alex Jones that President Obama will arm “Bloods and Crips” for his own army. Are crazy conspiracies worth covering? Dana Loesch asks the author of Clinton Cash, if he is afraid of being “Vince Fostered”.  Also your calls and IMs.

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