What You Need to Know is the Speaker fight was worth it! Louisiana Rep. Mike Johnson took control of the gavel today, and this is a hopeful and exciting move forward for conservatives. The slow-grinding gears of government and politics are important, and it played out in front of us the last three weeks. The process wasn’t a sad display of disunity, as many said, but instead it was a sign of new and healthy life. We watched our representatives hashing out who they would represent: We the People or We the Powerful. Congratulations to Speaker Johnson and let’s get to it!
Joe Brocato, businessman and author of Hit It Off: 21 Rules for Mastering the Art and Science of Relationships In Life and Business, joins Ed to discuss his book and how to master all social situations. Joe emphasizes the importance of practical advice, based on science, instead of just compiling his opinions. Joe and Ed also discuss job skills, machine learning, and which rule he was most surprised when writing his book!
Scott Phelps, writer and head of Abstinence and Marriage Education Partnership (AMP), joins Ed Martin to talk about the hunger for truth in sexual education in our age of confusion and lies. Medical, educational, and governmental institutions fight against abstinence education and suppress the message that sexuality is reserved for marriage, and until then abstinence is the best policy,
Wrap Up: Support Catherine Engelbrecht, one of the founders of True the Vote and Open.ink. Now, she’s being sued for defamation for the 2000 Mules effort. This is clear and blatant lawfare, and the left’s machine is trying to make her life as difficult as possible, because she is an effective conservative and gets things done.