Conservative Singer Chimes in on the Music Industry, Muslim Countries and Helping Veterans

Recording artist Kaya Jones knows a thing or two about navigating the entertainment industry as a conservative. On this episode of Think Tank, she joined the conversation to talk about those challenges, as well as her iTunes recording of the national anthem which benefits 14th Hour, a nonprofit founded by Benghazi survivor Kris “Tanto” Paronto to support veterans.

Watch the video for a sneak peek and answers to these mindful questions:

• What kind of prejudice has Kaya experienced as a conservative in the music industry?

• What percentage of proceeds from Kaya's national anthem recording benefit veterans?

• Has Kaya had to change her appearance when performing in Muslim countries?

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New evidence of Ilhan Omar's immigration, tax fraud emerges

Newly released documents have given fresh life to allegations that Rep. Ilhan Omar married a man, possibly her own brother, to cheat both immigration and tax laws, according to a Star Tribune report. Watch this clip to hear Glenn break down all the details.


Pressley: 'We don't need black faces that don't want to be a black voice'

Speaking at the Netroots Nation convention last weekend, freshman Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley took aim at veteran black members of Congress, apparently for representing both minority AND non-minority voices in their districts. "We don't need any more brown faces that don't want to be a brown voice. We don't need black faces that don't want to be a black voice," she said. Watch Glenn and Stu react in this clip.


Here's how big tech and progressive Democrats are working together to sway the next election

Have you noticed how the DNC doesn't seem at all concerned about the 2020 election, even though the Democratic candidates are pushing policies that are even too radical for the left? Why would they do that if they're trying to win the hearts and minds of Americans? A website called Spinquark just released a chilling article that reveals exactly how many people who are directly connected to the progressive political machine are now working for big tech to control our conversations online — and they're unquestionably interfering with the 2020 election.