DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me


Each day I receive messages from our readers.  Today, I answer 3 of them and post a few photos we received.

If you want to send me a message, use the submit news tab on our website.  To send a photo, use email address [email protected]

Public Schools.  I Listen to you everyday. I think like you. I believe everyone is free to make choices here in the USA. I am so tired of the liberal opposition is pushed on our children in public schools. My daughter is in the six grade and was taught last week that the white people Lynched the black people in American history. This week is being forced to read s book on a refugee from South Korea who is being bullied in school for being different. When you become POTUS please stop this type of teaching. The school teaches white, black, South Korea, jewish, and so on. They are teaching differential and putting us in categories. They are teaching who to hate who to like. Then they wonder why people bully others. I say, all school books need to remove all ethnic, religion reference, but be judged on their actions as a human being. If this is America, we are a melting pot of all ethnic backgrounds. We need to teach our children to look at people for who they are as a person but not a color or a religion.

DML:  Ultimately, the issue you are facing is at the school district level.  Parents need to get more involved and hold the school board responsible.  Perhaps rallying up some parents to write letters and to issue formal complaints about this one teacher is a good start.

DML, Was watching Bill Maher last night and they had Jeffery Lord on the panel.  Lately it has been rare that they have a conservative on the show who will give Bill a run for his money but Jeffery Lord was able to do that and it made the show more interesting.  Which leads me to ask why don’t you go on Bill Maher.  Not only do I think that you would give Bill a run for his money but you could give a left leaning panel quite a jolt.  I think this would help you build more of a unique following as well and get more people to watch The Truth.  Lots of political enthusiasts who don’t watch cable news tune in Maher.  Just a thought, planting seeds.

DML: I used to love doing TV hits as a guest. Now I despise the idea.  Maher, however, would be a bit different.  We’ll see.  Thanks for the suggestion.

DML, I owe you a big apology.  Let me start by saying I used to watch Alex Jones but not anymore.  He is such a fear monger.  The world is always falling with him.  I guess I got caught up in the entertainment of it all.   As for the apology, I sent you a message stating you needed to cover the November 4 Antifa exercises that Jones warned about for weeks as being a threat to society.  You mentioned it once in passing and shrugged off the day as if it was no different than any other protest against Trump.  Jones sold it as a day of potential violence like nothing we’ve ever seen before.  I lashed out at you saying you were irresponsible for not covering the November 4 events prior to the day and on the day.  It all turned out to be nothing to write home about.  The U.S. is in one piece and not a single person is dead thank God.   You are the best in the business.  I thank you for luring us in each day with honesty and passion instead of fear and hate.   This house loves DML.

DML: If there is something dangerous to report, I will be the first to report it.  That said, Antifa is a dangerous group, but limited in its abilities.  I’m not going to scare my audience into tuning in.  Each of us has our own style. I like mine because it’s me being me 24/7.


If you would like to receive Breaking News text alerts on a smartphone or tablet, download the DML APP which is completely FREE and easy to use. Go to the Google Play Store or the IOS App Store and search for DML APP. Be sure to keep the app’s notifications setting on. Another way to receive alerts is to text to 40404 the following message: follow @realdennislynch (be sure to put a space between the word follow and the @ symbol).

To see more stories like this, sign up below for Dennis Michael Lynch’s email newsletter.


Comment via Facebook

Send this to a friend