This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Lou Holtz, former head football coach for the New York Jets, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of South Carolina among others. Coach Holtz describes his upbringing in Depression-era West Virginia, his journey to becoming a football coach, and his guiding principles for life.
Coach Holtz also discusses the clause in his contract that allowed him to go to the University of Notre Dame in 1986, some of his most iconic coaching moments, and receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2020.
We Often Feel Like David Taking on Giants
Today’s Goliath is the Mainstream Media Industrial Complex that brainwashes the masses.
Our mission is very straightforward: To counter the false narratives and nefarious agendas destroying America today. It isn’t easy for obvious reasons; despite incredible growth over the last year we are still a very tiny fish in a huge media pond. But we’re fighting and we will continue to do so, Lord willing, for as long as we possibly can. The battle for America’s present and future is too important for us to back down to the giants that stand in our way.
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