Birth control and health care are NOT rights
In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on the Hobby Lobby case, the left has swarmed social media and news outlets in complete rage. Why? In the progressives' eyes, birth control and health care are "rights." With no understanding of Natural Law, economics, or common sense, they make the argument (quite vocally, too) that they are entitled to such products... and "products" is the right term to use. These are NOT rights, and Matt explains why.
GetawayX: One man's American Dream with vacation real estate
The "American Dream" is the desire, will, and dedication toward one's goal. It's what built America and made this country great. Over the past eight months, Matt had the great honor to work with Trevor Wisniewski - an entrepreneur who set out to create a better product in vacation real estate. Listen to this interview and hear Trevor's story.View More ›
Apparently, the IRS "lost" Lois Lerner's emails...
This week, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testified in front of several House committees over lost evidence in the IRS scandal. According to the tax collection agency, pertinent emails were "accidentally lost" due to a crashed hard drive. Despite the ongoing investigation, the IRS failed to notify Congress until they buried the story in a multi-page report, released several months later.View More ›
How will the country react to the IRS scandal?
The IRS purposely singled-out conservative groups purely for their beliefs. As the evidence builds, will the country wake up to the tyranny around them?View More ›
Kerry on Global Warming: "Costs of inaction are catastrophic"
Secretary of State John Kerry warned that "the costs of inaction are catastrophic" about climate change policies. Is this true or just rhetoric?View More ›
Matt Clark interviews Libertarian Girl and Ann Becker
Matt Clark interviews Libertarian Girl and Ann BeckerView More ›
Matt Clark at The Cincinnati Tea Party Tax Day Rally
Matt Clark at The Cincinnati Tea Party Tax Day RallyView More ›
This congressman thinks a $174K paycheck ISN'T enough
Jim Moran (D-VA) believes Congress is underpaid. Yep, you read that correctly, UNDERpaid. Despite the congressman receiving a salary of $174,000 a year, a healthcare plan exempt from Obamacare, pension, benefits, etc., clearly being in the wealthiest 5% of the country isn't good enough for Moran.
Radio Pranks: How many U.S. Senators in your state?
Inspired by a CNS News article titled, "College Students Fail to Name a Single U.S. Senator," Matt prank calls random convenience stores in Nevada to see if they know how many U.S. Senators they have in their state.View More ›
STOP THE NSA: Michigan moves to just say "NO!"
Even former president Jimmy Carter has concerns over the NSA spying on him. So how do we stop the unconstitutional acts of the NSA spying on American citizens? The answer is actually quite simple: just say "no." It's a process called nullification, which originated with our Founding Fathers.
The Soviet Union still lives with the Perestroika Deception
Most will say that the Soviet Union fell along with the Berlin Wall. The era of communism was over after President Reagan crushed the communists in the late 1980's. Despite this perception, the Soviet Union still thrives today.View More ›
Obama and Vladimir Putin share the same ideology
Many focus on the differences between Obama and Putin... the mom jeans and wrestling a bear, for example. But if you study the two's political ideology, they share the same beliefs, based on collective salvation.View More ›
IRS harassment and targeting of TRUE THE VOTE
The IRS scandal hasn't exclusively targeted TEA party groups, but also other liberty-driven organizations. Matt Armstrong with True the Vote joins Matt on the Clarkcast to discuss how his organization has felt the "weaponization of government."View More ›
TRUE THE VOTE on fair elections and voter ID laws
While most, if not everyone, will say they are for "fair and free" elections, we're still met with some resistance.View More ›