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Muth’s Truths: March 3, 2017

2017 Conservative “Mod Squad” Hitting Streets, Battling Bad Guys

Back in 1968, ABC launched a new crime drama series called “The Mod Squad” which featured three undercover cops – “one black, one white and one blonde.”  This year conservatives have their own version of the Mod Squad hitting the streets and airwaves.

The black conservative is Milwaukee County’s politically incorrect, no-nonsense Sheriff David Clarke Jr. (@SheriffClarke).

Clarke, a regular guest on cable TV, is a social media phenom.  He entered the national political stage big time last summer when he spoke at Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention, and delivered the closing address at this year’s CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) in Washington, DC.

Sheriff Clarke has a new book out, “Cop Under Fire.”  To give you an idea of why the left is so scared to death of this black conservative, consider just this one sentence on page 55…

“No matter how complicated social activists try to make it out to be, no matter how much they try to blame society, cops, or whatever else, there are so many black people in prison because so many black people commit crimes.”

That sound was liberal black Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford’s head exploding.

There’s now a serious national movement to draft Sheriff Clarke to run for the United States Senate next year in Wisconsin against uber-liberal Democrat Sen. Tammy Baldwin.  And my guess is he’ll make the run.

The white dude is former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Shilling (@gehrig38), who maybe is best remembered for pitching Game 6 of the 2004 American League Championship Series with an ankle injury so bad his white sock was soaked with blood.

Shilling has been an open supporter of Republican presidential candidates since retiring from baseball, including Donald Trump, and was fired by ESPN as a commentator last April after posting what some considered to be a politically incorrect “anti-transgender” opinion on Facebook.

He now has his own conservative podcast program and is completely unencumbered on social media where he regularly roasts liberals with relish. There’s also a serious draft movement afoot to get him to run for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts next year against Sen. Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren.

Run Curt, run!

The blonde is a twenty-something spitfire named Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren), whose “Final Thoughts” video commentaries on The Blaze are driving the left absolutely cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.

This fast-rising conservative star is unafraid of doing battle with liberal “snowflakes” – including a wildly acclaimed post-election dust-up with Trevor Noah last November on Comedy Central’s “Daily Show.”

She’s unapologetic about her conservatism.  She’s smart, she’s sassy and she’s drop-dead gorgeous.  A lethal combination.  Oh, and she’s a graduate of UNLV – a Rebel Girl to the max!

One black.  One white.  One blonde.  2017’s conservative Mod Squad.  Tune in to a social media channel near you.


Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs

P.S.  Nevada Democrats will be electing a new state party chairman/grand imperial pooh-bah tomorrowOn Wednesday, a mush-headed political hack named Zach Hudson decided it would be a smart thing to drag me into the race on Twitter.

In the ensuing tweet-storm I referred to the leading contender for the position – a largely unaccomplished black college student/community organizer – as the “Affirmative Action” candidate.  And you can pretty much guess where things immediately went from there.


The collective mental meltdown by the race-hustlers and liberal speech police was as predictable as the sun rising.  And I know I’m supposed to now tuck my tail ‘tween my legs, apologize, tell everybody how “I have lots of black friends,” and check myself into a 12-step sensitivity course.

But, um, homey don’t play that.  More tomorrow



SJR2, the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), is Nevada Democrats’ proof-positive demonstration that a 120-day legislative every other year session is too long and should be cut back to around 20 days.

The ERA dinosaur was rejected by the Nevada Legislature in 1973, 1975 and 1977 before being rejected by Nevada voters in 1978 by a 2-1 margin.  It’s been dead nationally since 1981.

Nevertheless, Senate Democrats resurrected the measure this session and passed it on Wednesday with only one Republican foolishly voting for it – Sen. Heidi Gansert (RINO-Reno).  Gansert also happens to be the only Republican illegally serving in the Legislature while simultaneously working at a six-figure “juice” job in the Executive branch.

The meaningless, useless, senseless political theater bill now goes to the Democrat-controlled state Assembly where it will sail through without a problem.  At which point… nothing.

It will do nothing.  It will mean nothing.  It’s just…well, nothing.  It doesn’t even go the governor for signature, as it’s a resolution on a federal constitutional amendment that’s been dead and buried for over three decades.

Heckuva job, Nevada D’s!  Let’s just sine die today.


After a five-year hiatus, the Conservative Leadership Conference will return this September 15-16th at the Tropicana Resort in Las Vegas.  Details to come.

Also, don’t forget my “High Dollar Fundraising” workshop will be held in Carson City on Thursday, March 16 at 6:00 pm.  Again, details to follow.


“This story is not about Jeff Sessions. This story is not about illegal talks between Trump and his campaign people and the Russians. This story is about Barack Obama and the Democrat Party attempting to sabotage the Trump presidency and doing everything they can to either render it meaningless and ineffective or to get him impeached or force him to resign. That’s what the story is. And that is what has to be attacked.  We have no reason to be on defense all the time. We won the election. These people are barely hanging on. This is all they’ve got.” –Rush Limbaugh


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