Shock Therapy kicks off the first anniversary of Trump's full-year term. Kai Chang and Forrest Sherman discuss President Trump's seeming capitulation on DACA, the pushback from naïve Republicans (who have a heightened sensitivity to betrayal), and how these gambits pushed the Democrats' leadership into a no-win situation for the midterm 2018 elections.
In this fourth and final discussion of how the nationalist Right can steal the most useful elements of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals and repurposing them to advance our agenda, Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest dive into successful tactics that help friendly partisans achieve local power at the ground level and confronting the
Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest continue their discussion of how to coopt Saul Alinsky's Leftist "Rules for Radicals" for Right-wing purposes. What can Trumpist candidates do to win? Listen below. Transcript coming soon.
Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest return with the second part of a special episode delving into Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals in the Age of Trump. Alinsky died decades ago, but his legacy controversial endures in a book that has attracted millions of readers on the Left and Right. Listen to the audio
One year after the surprising outcome of the 2016 presidential election, Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest reminisce about the harrowing evening, discuss the recent Democratic victories in Virginia and elsewhere, and look to the future as Robert Mueller continues his investigation into alleged Russian collusion. Kai Chang: Welcome back to the one-year anniversary
Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest return to discuss the meltdowns in pro football, Hollywood, and national politics. Kai Chang: Welcome back to another episode of Shock Therapy now calling from the undamaged by lands of Northern California, I'm Kai Chang. Sherman Forrest: And I am Sherman Forrest. We've been offline for a little
Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest delve into the details of Donald Trump's DACA deal. Will the so-called "Dreamers"—children of illegal aliens—get amnesty? Is that a betrayal of his #MAGA base? Listen to the discussion and read an excerpt of the conversation below. Kai Chang: All righty, well, welcome back to our ... Well,
Kai Chang and Sherman Forrest return to continue their discussion of the Antifa menace in the aftermath of the "anti-hate" violence in Berkeley. Kai Chang: People were noticing that the Democrats were much more strong in condemning ANTIFA than Paul Ryan or supposedly the opponents of the Antifa, whatever. They're so anxious to counter-signal
Kai and Sherman delve into the recent anarchist "Antifa" violence in Berkeley and around the country in the latest episode of "Shock Therapy," presented by American Greatness. Read an excerpt of the conversation, below. Kai Chang: Welcome back again for episode two of a phenomenally eventful week of shock therapy. I'm Kai Chang. Sherman
Kai Chang and Forrest Sherman discuss the defenestration of James Damore and the cult of diversity in Silicon Valley and across corporate America. Image copyright: beatrizgj / 123RF Stock Photo