Government has made education into a giant mess, which is a shock to exactly no one. From No Child Left Behind to Common core, students are being treated like statistics, and the stats are bad.
Thankfully, there are alternatives. Spike's guest tonight is Lennie Jarratt, former director of the Center for Education Opportunities at The Heartland Institute, and he's coming on talk with Spike about reforming the education system through free market solutions.
Spike will not rest until America's education is solved. Tonight.
The media is more biased and narrative-driven than ever before, and government is egging them on to get worse.
How did we get here? And how do we change things?
Award-winning investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson knows firsthand how bad things have gotten, and she's going to talk with Spike about how to fix it.
You've heard his music on The Muddied Waters of Freedom many times, now hear the man himself!
Spike's guest tonight is ZUBY, the world renowned rapper, podcaster and entrepreneur. They're going to talk about culture, the lockdowns, and many other totally-not-controversial issues.
Spike's next guest wants to split Illinois from Chicago and Cook County, for the same reasons that every other Illinoisan wants to split from Chicago and Cook County. His name is Paul Durr, and he's coming on to talk about the movement to make New Illinois the USA's 51st state.
Is this feasible? What needs to be done next? Will Paul agree to fight J.B. Pritzker in an no-holds-barred cage match? All this and more, tonight!
(He's probably not going to talk about fighting Pritzker in a cage match)
On tonight's episode of (((My Fellow Americans))), Spike talks with Natalie Bruno, who was supposed to run for Oklahoma State Senate in the upcoming election, but was ruled unable to do so because of absurd Republicrat ballot access laws.
How do we stop this from happening again? What's Natalie's next big move? Find out tonight!