Thursday, November 14, 2019

11-14-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Daniel Greenfield & Evelyn Markus: Tough Truths About Antisemitism
2. Christopher Markowski: What Conservatism Should Look Like After Trump, and more...
3. Dr. Jerome Corsi: Smart Wall Less Expensive Solution to Border Security
4. Robert Curry: How to Misunderstand and Misrepresent the Founders
5. Karen Kataline: The Color of Colorado Doesn't Matter Anymore


Tough Truths About Antisemitism
By Daniel Greenfield

"Hamas! Hamas! Jews to the gas!" When Evelyn Markus made the difficult decision to leave Amsterdam, the "world's most liberal city," where she had grown up and come to the United States, she thought she was leaving hate behind. Her reasons for leaving a country where her ancestors had lived for four centuries, and her continuing journey through history and hatred, is at the heart of her new documentary film, Never Again is Now. Confronting anti-Semitism begins with the courage to tell the truth about it. And that’s what Never Again is Now does. It doesn’t shy away from dealing with the uncomfortable truths about hatred. Instead, it takes it on. [more...]
NOTE: Both Daniel Greenfield and Evelyn Markus are available for interviews.


What Conservatism Should Look Like After Trump, and more...
By Christopher Markowski

Hot topics I'm covering on my podcast this week: What Marco Rubio and other Republican-lite types are plotting moving forward and their ignorance in how the markets actually work. The easy way to solve income inequality. New AD in San Francisco is about as far-left as one can imagine. San Francisco is sh--hole. Let these far-left places fail. Higher taxes on the way? Trump at the Economic Club of NY... he is dead wrong on negative interest rates. Trade and tariffs - do not bend to the globalists. Texas builds a wall... against state income taxes. [more...]


Smart Wall Less Expensive Solution to Border Security
By Dr. Jerome Corsi

President Trump's core campaign promise of 2016 was to build the wall on the southern border. I have been working with HESCO, which is an established defense contractor that specializes in rapid-deployment perimeter defense systems for the U.S. military around the world. They have a product that is a very flexible wall system: Terrablock. This barrier they propose can't be scaled - it's designed with a spring mechanism that springs right back off. You can't drive a truck through it.  With the current wall, the steel bars are being cut through by smugglers who are able to take drugs in by cutting a few bars out. President Trump doesn't need additional appropriations; he can do it with the amount of money he's got available right now and the entire 1,200 miles can be completed by Election Day. If Terrablock can protect our troops in combat, they can protect the American people from drug criminals at the border. [more...]

Dr. Corsi is the author of Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders. He has been working on a solution to border security for the past 13 years. 


How to Misunderstand and Misrepresent the Founders
By Robert Curry, author of Reclaiming Common Sense

Although the Founders wrote and spoke with clarity and brilliance, it is evidently easy for us today to misunderstand them. The evidence is all around us. There are so many examples of Americans of all persuasions offering interpretations of the Founders which differ fundamentally from the Founders’ understanding of themselves, anyone whom I select for this discussion can seem to be unfairly singled out. According to the Founders, our property rights are among our unalienable rights - and securing our unalienable rights is the very purpose of government: "that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights... That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men." To provide an account of the Founders' ideas which leaves out unalienable rights is to not account for them at all. [more...]


The Color of Colorado Doesn't Matter Anymore
By Karen Kataline

With meticulous, decades-long planning, Democrats have successfully molded and fiddled with voter laws to give them a huge advantage in winning elections - and win they have. Democrats certainly didn’t write those laws to help Republicans, but some Republicans even supported those laws at the time because they seemed so benign. Colorado now has same-day and automatic voter registration, drivers’ licenses for illegals, and all mail-in ballots. The latter makes it possible to master the fine art of ballot harvesting. With all of that and more, it probably didn’t take as long as Democrat strategists expected to give them the monopoly of law-making power they now have in Colorado. [more...]

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

MadeInAmerica.com is Ready for the Holidays

By Don Buckner, Founder & CEO of MadeinAmerica.com

Americans who are tuning out the endless impeachment news and are instead focusing on their families, planning for the holidays and thinking about the real issues will love what we are doing to keep America first. MadeinAmerica.com has something for everyone and we're proud to offer products and services that are all made in the USA.

My patriotic plan began in 1998, when I noticed how hard it was to find American-made products online. That's when I purchased the domain MadeintheUSA.com. For several years, the website served as a directory resource connecting patriotic consumers to more than 300,000 American-made manufacturers. Then I acquired MadeInAmerica.com, which has become the go-to source for all things Made in America. 


MADE IN AMERICA 2019 came alive in Indianapolis in October. This was an American-made celebration and the start of the Made in the USA movement. There were hundreds of manufacturers from across the country showcasing high-quality U.S. made machines and products. Succeeding in our mission to create the largest-ever showcase of American businesses and their products, I am proud to say this is only the beginning of the nationwide movement.

We have a buy & build American philosophy. Growing the U.S. economy depends on a strong and flexible manufacturing community. We have one goal: to raise awareness for the economic, environmental and community impact of American-made manufacturers and brands. We'll have lots of great deals for the coming holidays, starting on Black Friday. [more...]

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

11-12-19 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: The Real Jane Fonda
2. Jeff Ferry: Steel Tariffs are Driving U.S. Economic Growth
3. Karen Kataline: Only in Leftie-Land is a Roaring Economy a Threat
4. Robert Curry: Has the Coup Already Happened?
5. Lowell Ponte: Decriminalizing Crime


The Real Jane Fonda
By James Hirsen

As Jane Fonda panders to the woke generation, many of the younger left-leaners think that she is just another run-of-the-mill hate America socialist. But they really need to get to know the real Jane Fonda better. As painful as it is, those of us who have been around a while can assist the process. Years ago, in a shameless so-called protest of the Vietnam War, Fonda earned the name “Hanoi Jane.” Astounding that Fonda would be reliving her protest un-glory days this beautiful month of November, the month when the patriotic and grateful among us are pouring our hearts out to our beloved Veterans here and in heaven. Truly tragically, Fonda’s current rhetoric reveals her disdain for a country that provided her with a level of success and abundance that few attain. [more...]


Steel Tariffs are Driving U.S. Economic Growth
By Jeff Ferry, Chief Economist

On October 25th, America’s largest steelmaker Nucor opened a new steel mill in Hickman, Arkansas. The mill will employ about 100 workers at an average salary of $80,000 a year. A jubilant Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson attended the opening and told the crowd: "I am thrilled that Nucor chose Hickman as the site for its new specialty cold mill complex... Nucor’s investment in Mississippi County over the past 30 years or so has made a substantial economic impact to the region." The steel tariffs are working. They are delivering prosperity to the steel industry, which is in turn benefiting the local communities where steelworks are located. According to industry sources, some $13 billion worth of major steel investment projects are now underway. Most of them are in small towns or semi-rural communities in Middle America, exactly the sort of places that became depressed after years of deindustrialization. [more...]


Only in Leftie-Land is a Roaring Economy a Threat
By Karen Kataline

Advisor to Bloomberg, Howard Wolfson, was reported by ABC News as saying, "Mike believes that Donald Trump represents an unprecedented threat to our nation." Only in Leftie-land is a roaring economy, American prosperity and a long list of measurable accomplishments that have improved the lives of everyday Americans a threat. Those everyday Americans are starting to ask themselves more and more why radical Leftists would prefer that they be unemployed, miserable, frightened and controlled by a dictatorial government. Quite a trick for the bunch that has claimed for decades that they were the "compassionate" ones. [more...]



Has the Coup Already Happened?
By Robert Curry, author of Reclaiming Common Sense

Democrats in Congress, Democratic operatives in the Deep State, and co-conspirators in the corporate leftist propaganda conglomerate are attempting to drive Trump from office. This hyperpartisan process rightly has been called an attempted coup. It is also a brazen fraud. Isn’t it clear that the coup has already happened? By trying to overthrow the results of a presidential election, the political elite is merely showing its hand; America has an elite that believes it now rules in America. We have an elite that does not accept the American idea of government - by, for, and of the people. [more...]


Decriminalizing Crime
By Lowell Ponte

The Left is now decriminalizing crime by effectively nullifying penalties for criminal acts. "Illegal aliens" are thus allowed to enter the U.S. illegally because many are no longer arrested or detained for doing so. In California, you can now shoplift up to $950 from a retail store and not be hunted down or arrested for doing so, which is bankrupting many California merchants. Many cities across the U.S. are likewise adopting large thefts - $750 in Dallas/Ft. Worth, e.g. - before they will go after the shoplifter. New York City now refuses to jail or otherwise punish those who jump subway turnstiles after a recent gang of protestors threatened violence. The mob was demanding its "right" to steal free transit... and got support from that idiot, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. [more...]

Friday, November 8, 2019

Steel Tariffs are Driving U.S. Economic Growth

By Jeff Ferry, Chief Economist

On October 25th, America’s largest steelmaker Nucor opened a new steel mill in Hickman, Arkansas. The mill will employ about 100 workers at an average salary of $80,000 a year. A jubilant Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson attended the opening and told the crowd: "I am thrilled that Nucor chose Hickman as the site for its new specialty cold mill complex... Nucor’s investment in Mississippi County over the past 30 years or so has made a substantial economic impact to the region." The steel tariffs are working. They are delivering prosperity to the steel industry, which is in turn benefiting the local communities where steelworks are located. According to industry sources, some $13 billion worth of major steel investment projects are now underway. Most of them are in small towns or semi-rural communities in Middle America, exactly the sort of places that became depressed after years of deindustrialization. [more...]

The Media's Double Standard on 'Whistleblowers' on Trump and ABC News

By Daniel Greenfield

The media is outraged at the exposure of the Democrat activist whom it has described as the "whistleblower" in their push to impeach President Trump. Whistleblower protections, they insist, should be sacrosanct. Certainly, whistleblowers shouldn't be fired. Meanwhile, until not long ago, CBS was run by Les Moonves, a serial sexual offender who has been compared to Harvey Weinstein. Les Moonves, the former CBS boss, was a close friend of Bill Clinton. And Bill has been tied to the Epstein case. [more...]

Thursday, November 7, 2019

11-7-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Christopher Markowski: Mexican Drug Cartels
2. Crista Huff: Oil Services and Refinery Stocks Deserve a Niche in Your Portfolio
3. Daniel Greenfield: Ex-Terrorist Calls Out Warren, Sanders for Backing Palestinian 1% Terrorists
4. Lowell Ponte: Fewer Democrats Would Mean Fewer Fires in California


Mexican Drug Cartels
By Christopher Markowski

The Mexican military has been out-gunned by the cartels.  The current president of Mexico says he's not fighting any drug war against these guys.  "It's a waste of time," he says.  He's not even going to bother.  The previous administrations couldn't do anything. They just bought a few people off here and there.  The Council on Foreign Relations says Americans spent $150 billion on cocaine, heroin, meth and marijuana and synthetic opioids like fentanyl. I don't believe that.  I think it's a lot more than that.  We've come a long way since the "Just Say No" campaigns of Nancy Reagan... or "This is Your Brain on Drugs."  There's glamour associated with it now.  I walked the streets of Manhattan and you can smell pot everywhere. There's nothing we can do now. [more...]


Oil Services and Refinery Stocks Deserve a Niche in Your Portfolio
By Crista Huff

Oil drilling and production firms are closely tied to underlying commodity prices. Several leading investment experts and contributors to MoneyShow.com prefer seeking exposure to the energy sector through niche markets such as oil services, transportation and refinery operations. Here are six favorite ideas. [more...]


Ex-Terrorist Calls Out Warren, Sanders for Backing Palestinian 1% Terrorists
By Daniel Greenfield

While Senator Elizabeth Warren and other 2020 Democrats bemoaned President Trump’s eviction of the Palestinian Authority’s diplomatic delegation from Washington D.C., he’s all for it. "We don’t want them. If the Democrats want them," Muhammad says. "They can take and keep them." While I’m on the phone with Muhammad, and Amit Deri of Reservists on Duty, a pro-Israel campus group getting the real story out there, in D.C., Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Amy Klobuchar, and other 2020 Democrats are partying with the biggest anti-Israel group in America. [more...]


Fewer Democrats Would Mean Fewer Fires in California
By Lowell Ponte

Politicians are largely to blame for California going to blazes. California's politicians - the same ones who have turned Los Angeles and San Francisco into homeless encampments - are busy dismantling lakes dammed to create water storage. These politicians have long wanted to end Proposition 13 with its tight limits on how much they can tax property. What they have schemed up instead, starting in 2022, are water restrictions that punish using more than 55 gallons of water per day with fines of up to $5,000. This is a giant tax on property owners who have a lawn, garden, or swimming pool - a way to tax property because they cannot get voters to repeal Proposition 13. [more...]

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

11-5-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Evelyn Markus: Jew Hatred on Campus
2. Karen Kataline: Democrat Politics of Entitlement
3. Lowell Ponte: Fewer Democrats Would Mean Fewer Fires in California
4. Robert Curry: The Source of the Media's Post-Truth Analysis
5. James Hirsen: California's Electric Power Grab


Jew Hatred on Campus
By Evelyn Markus

Last month was the one-year anniversary of the synagogue shooting at the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh. The number of incidents against Jews and Jewish targets in the U.S. reached 780 in just the first half of this year. At least a dozen white supremacists have been arrested for such shootings, plots and threats, including a white supremacist arrested in a thwarted synagogue attack in Colorado today.

Last weekend the University of Minnesota hosted the yearly conference of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). SJP has about 200 branches on university campuses throughout the United States and is affiliated with the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel. SJP is known for its defamation of Israel and its intimidation and harassment of Israeli and Jewish students and speakers on campus. Why is an organization with this track record tolerated and even awarded by American universities? The answer lies in the fact that far left thinking is now dominating at American universities. In the Marxist way of thinking, the world consists of only two categories: the oppressed and their oppressors. The Palestinians are seen as the oppressed and Israel as the colonial oppressor. On top of this, Palestinians are seen as non-white and therefore as underprivileged, while Jews are categorized as white and privileged. [more...]

The groundbreaking, timely documentary NEVER AGAIN IS NOW is out on Amazon Prime in the U.S., Canada and the UK. This film is about the troubling rise of global antisemitism.


Democrat Politics of Entitlement
By Karen Kataline

The level of hubris of Democrat Presidential candidates is truly impressive. They have proclaimed their plans to ban or mandate everything from our lifestyles to our language and from our balance sheets to our bathroom habits. "Would you ban AR-15's or even forcibly confiscate them?" Yes! "Would you tax carbon emissions?" Yes! "Reparations?" Sure! In the midst of such arrogance, Democrats still claim they are victims. Elizabeth Warren was a poor pregnant Indian, and Cory Booker is a courageous but crucified Spartacus. Is that why they believe they are entitled to tell everyone else what to do and how to live?  Not exactly. It’s just part of the socialist playbook. [more...]



Fewer Democrats Would Mean Fewer Fires in California
By Lowell Ponte

Politicians are largely to blame for California going to blazes. California's politicians - the same ones who have turned Los Angeles and San Francisco into homeless encampments - are busy dismantling lakes dammed to create water storage. These politicians have long wanted to end Proposition 13 with its tight limits on how much they can tax property. What they have schemed up instead, starting in 2022, are water restrictions that punish using more than 55 gallons of water per day with fines of up to $5,000. This is a giant tax on property owners who have a lawn, garden, or swimming pool - a way to tax property because they cannot get voters to repeal Proposition 13. [more...]


The Source of the Media's Post-Truth Analysis
By Robert Curry

What has happened to the news? Not so long ago, the big voices in the media at least made some effort to maintain an appearance of objectivity. But it has been evident for some time that most people in the news business today have dispensed with all pretense of fairness. The advent of Barack Obama largely put an end to the pretense. His coming was too much for them to continue the charade. They sacrificed their claim to objectivity in order to pursue their love affair with Obama. And their hysterically negative coverage of Donald Trump is simply the reverse side of the same coin. The fake news people openly advocate progressivism and leftism. They attack anyone - especially Trump - who threatens the progressive Left’s project of "fundamentally transforming" America. [more...] Robert is the author of Reclaiming Common Sense.


California's Electric Power Grab
By James Hirsen

California currently lays claim to a record number of homeless people that are living in urban squalor, a string of diseases from the Dark Ages that have made a 21st century return, and a series of wildfires that are ravaging forests, businesses, and homes alike. Now comes the news that millions of people are having to live off the grid, after having been involuntarily unplugged, courtesy of the utility company. Gavin Newsom is the current Democratic governor of the state. He continues to advocate the same kinds of policies that placed California in the disastrous predicament in which it finds itself on so many fronts. In struggling to address the problematic multi-layered situation, Newsom recently made the decision to appoint an individual to look into the idea of the state actually taking over California’s major energy company, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). [more...]