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AACONS Interviews Michelle Malkin and CJ Pearson

AACONS Interviews Michelle Malkin and CJ Pearson

AACONS sits down with Michelle Malkin and CJ Pearson to discuss the news of the day.

Michelle Malkin is a syndicated columnist, Fox News contributor, and the founder of,, and She is the author of several best-sellers, including, Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies, and her latest book, Who Built That? Awe-Inspiring Stories of American Tinkerpreurs.

CJ Pearson is an IJ Review contributor, a YoungCons contributor, a frequent guest on such shows like Fox and Friends, and a YouTube sensation with over 2 million views. He is also a 12 year old student living Georgia.

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LukeHandCool | June 12, 2015 at 1:47 am

My wife is brown and, although not angry, (except at me, usually) is always flabbergasted as to why so much of America hates itself and considers itself as a negative influence in the world.

Michelle Malkin is not the most mathematically challenged person of Asian descent in America as she states. That would be my wife. But what my wife lacks in mathematical ability she more than makes up for in comparative cultural observational skills. Distilled down into a single comment, her down-to-earth, no-nonsense, working-class take would be, “Have Americans lost their minds??? Because America is not perfect, as no human endeavor will ever be, a large portion of Americans want to try and radically transform the system that has already made them the greatest and most successful country of all time???”

That’s my best translation of a compilation of her occasional rants. She sees unlimited opportunity in America for those hungry for success, of whom she does not include two of our three children.

Great radio, although I find it hard at times to understand the lady (Marie?) conducting the interview. The audio for Michelle Malkin was pretty good, but to understand the interviewer I had to go back and listen again at times. It sounded like she was underwater. Just a small critique. I don’t know the technological fix for it. But, substance wise, very interesting radio.