Harold Crews and Mark Thomey discuss the next "civil rights" revolution taking place in the United States - transgender equality. Meaning those who think that men are men and women are women as determined biologically through our chromosomes are going to have to set aside our old fashioned way of thinking based on religion, science, or simple common sense and will be made instead to accept that men who claim to be women are in fact women and women who claim to be men are in fact men. That it is a hate crime to point out that these poor delusional people are suffering from a mental illness known as gender dysphoria. They discuss the controversy surrounding the new law in North Carolina, HB2, and the political and economic fallout from the sensible law that prohibits North Carolina counties and municipalities from requiring that businesses allow the the transgendered to use the restroom of their choice. Additionally they briefly touch on the new law passed in Mississippi, the Religious Liberty Act.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin have a wide ranging discussion of the Presidential election specifically in regards to Trump and how if he is deprived of the Republican nomination it will cause the further rise in Identitarian politics in the US. They also discuss how the breakdown in support for Trump is affected by the level of diversity in a particular state and the ethnic origins of whites in a particular state. Both of which would lead to greater support for Southern nationalism.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill discuss the increasing political violence in the United States and Europe. Discussed is the role of street crime, rioting, violent protests taking place, who is responsible and how those factors lead to anarcho-tyranny and the likely consequences of such an environment.