Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Trump Trumps All


Trump takes the lead. New polls indicate that Trump has a commanding 7% lead in New Hampshire, the first Primary state. The NBC/Marist poll also placed Trump only 2% behind Scott Walker, in Iowa, but with a margin of error at 3.2%, the Buckeye state is still neck and neck. A recent CNN poll placed Trump as the frontrunner nationally, too, with 18% of votes; and if CNN, the core of the liberal media, concedes Trump is winning, then he must be doing well.

Trump’s competitors have resorted to petty name-calling in failing efforts to claim top poll spots: A fundraiser for Scott Walker, one of Trump’s closest rivals, called the billionaire "dumb-dumb;" Lindsey Graham, another Republican hopeful, publicly stated Trump was a "jackass;" and, to top it off, John McCain insulted the millions of Americans supporting Trump by calling them "crazies." McCain, Graham and Walker should be ashamed to be involved in such childlike name-calling.

It is clear that Trump is going to continue to build steam throughout this election. The August 6th Republican Primary will undoubtedly show how much more Trump has to offer over his competitors. He is an honest, refreshing, successful entrepreneur who is ready for the Oval Office. [more...]

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

7-28-15 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Richard Mgrdechian: Conservatives' Dilemma - Appealing to the Younger Generation
2. Lowell Ponte: Texas Just Sent a Huge Message to Obama and the Federal Government
3. Wayne Allyn Root: Trump's Mouth is a Nuclear Weapon
4. Joe Messina: Planned Parenthood's Excuse-Making
5. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Will New Immigrants Impact Future Elections?
6. Crista Huff: Update - The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement


Conservatives' Dilemma - Appealing to the Younger Generation

The biggest problem Conservatives face in any election is appealing to younger people; reaching the younger demographic has always been a major weaknes. They need to recognize that the swing vote in every election is the younger demographic and the only way to get that vote is by changing people’s perception of what is cool. If conservatives can’t do that, everything else they do is a complete waste of time. Spending millions of dollars on GIFFs won’t do anything except pad the pockets of a few graphic artists and give the Left more fodder to ridicule just how out of touch the GOP really is. [more...]


Texas Just Sent a Huge Message to Obama and the Federal Government

A new kind of "bank" is being born that might break the money monopoly of the Federal Reserve, thwart President Barack Obama's takeover of our banks, and restore honest money in America. In this bank, your hard-earned savings are secured not in ever-inflating dollars, but in gold, silver or other precious metals. Your bills can be paid by electronically transferring not dollars but quantities of gold with others who have accounts there. And if President Obama attempts the government's new "bail-ins," like those in Cyprus and Greece confiscating deposits to pay bank debts, the State of Texas promises to block any federal attempt to seize your account. [more...]


Trump's Mouth is a Nuclear Weapon

America has two big problems. America is under attack by a vicious one-two combination. America has been ruined by two parties. And Donald Trump’s mouth solves both problems. The Democrat Party is filled with frauds (see President Barack Obama, Jonathan Gruber and the lies used to sell Obamacare); traitors (see Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry and the new Iran nuclear treaty); thieves and conmen (see the scandal involving $2 billion donated to the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state); reckless wasters of taxpayer money (see Obama's Kenya trip that cost us over $50 million dollars for one day in a country that offers America NOTHING ); and outright criminals (see Hillary's upcoming criminal investigation and Obama's use of the IRS to target, persecute and even attempt to imprison political opponents and critics). But the GOP may be worse. The only way to save America is to bring a nuclear weapon to a gun fight... and Donald Trump's mouth is a nuclear weapon. [more...]


Planned Parenthood's Excuse-Making

Looking at how the Left consistently calls out the Right about how it hates blacks and women and the LGBTQ community and how unacceptable it is that a baker won't bake a cake for a same sex couple. How is it they never have a strong word about their own? Take, for instance, something as heinous as Planned Parenthood selling baby body parts. The Left's comments should at a minimum start with, "If that's what is actually happening, it's disgusting and someone should be punished for it." But, no, what they say instead is something akin to, "I can't believe an organization would trick the Planned Parenthood employee into telling them what's really happening" or "We didn't technically do anything illegal." Oh, where to begin... [more...]


Will New Immigrants Impact Future Elections?

Right now, the Federal government permits somewhere between 11 and 20 million illegal aliens to live in the U.S.  In addition, the government allows over another one million immigrants to enter the U.S. every year.  Plus, the government has NO LIMIT on immediate family members of aliens allowed into the country.  The one million green cards are used for workers, refugees and dependents.  There are also another 500,000 foreign immigrants sought by college administrators.  That's a lot of immigration.  In fact, out of all worldwide migrants, 20% come to the U.S.  It might seem surprising at first that about 32 million immigrants have come into the U.S. in the last three decades.  The question is, will the new immigrants impact future elections?  [Go here for a complete analysis...]


Update - The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement

The annual State Department Trafficking in Persons report was released yesterday. Cynics expected Malaysia to be raised from Tier 3 status - the most egregious of the potential rankings - to accommodate its image as an acceptable TPP partner country, and they were correct. Malaysia is now ranked on the Tier 2 Watch List. "After a July 8 Reuters report on plans to upgrade Malaysia, 160 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and 18 U.S. senators wrote to Secretary of State John Kerry, urging him to keep Malaysia on Tier 3. They said there was no justification for an upgrade and questioned whether the plan was motivated by a desire to keep the country in the TPP," reported Reuters. [more...]

Monday, July 27, 2015

China Goes to Hollywood


Hollywood is in the midst of a major investor makeover. In a way that has never really been seen before, cash from China is flowing into the entertainment capital of the world, and coming along with it are influence on industry content, power over project production, and control of media messaging.

Start-up entertainment companies have been popping up with seasoned chief executives at their helms, particularly heads that were formerly in charge of prominent Hollywood studios.  Additionally, some high-profile entertainment companies have been increasingly looking to overseas business entities for financial assistance and greater access to foreign markets. Business arrangements such as these typically involve huge amounts of investor money. The problem with the Hollywood-China connection is that, regardless of the way in which things appear, Chinese companies may end up being beholden to the Chinese government. [more...]

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

7-21-15 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Trump's McCain Comments as Compared To...
2. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Should Trump Be the #1 Issue in the Presidential Election?
3. John LeBoutillier: Will The Iran Nuke Deal Make It Through Congress? Is It A Good or Bad Deal?
4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Don't Underestimate Trump
5. Joe Messina: Professor Heckles Students Supporting Gov. Scott Walker
6. James Hirsen: 'The View' Searches for New Co-Host


Trump's McCain Comments as Compared To...

If you find Donald Trump's comments about Senator John McCain inappropriate and offensive, here are a few important questions for you: Are Trump's comments about John McCain more important than Obama agreeing to a nuclear deal with Iran that gives them everything they ever dreamed of - including the ability to build a nuclear bomb - and hundreds of billions of dollars they will use to fund terrorism all over the world and dramatically increasing the odds for another Jewish Holocaust? Are Trump's comments about McCain more important than our hero veterans being left on fake waiting lists to die by Obama's Veterans Administration? Are Trump's comments about McCain more important than our hero soldiers left disarmed at military bases (like Ft. Hood) and recruitment centers (like the one in Tennessee) so they are helpless when attacked by armed terrorists? [more...]


Should Trump Be the #1 Issue in the Presidential Election?

If you're following the news lately, you would think Donald Trump is the #1 issue in the 2016 presidential election.  People are debating what Trump said, what Trump didn't say, and what Trump meant to say.  People are demanding Trump apologize... that he drop out of the presidential race.  Some people like his honesty.  Some people like his bravado and directness.  Some people think he's struck a nerve with voters who are angry with how America is getting off track.  Some people like the fact that he doesn't need other people's money to run his campaign. But, regardless of what you think about Trump, pro or con, Trump seems to be getting most of the attention in the 2016 presidential election lately.  What are the top issues in America Today? [Go here for a complete analysis...]


Will The Iran Nuke Deal Make It Through Congress? Is It A Good or Bad Deal?

Will the Iran Nuke Deal make it through Congress? How bad – or good – is this deal? Is Trump a real political star or a shooting star? What is the current state of the GOP race? Is Hillary still deteriorating and Bernie Sanders surging? This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS – live on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET. [more...]


Don't Underestimate Trump

Many commentators on the left branded Trump's bid a publicity stunt and nothing more. They are wrong. Trump is leading the polls in the Republican primary and proved a success in early campaigning in New Hampshire. As I have said before, Trump offers a point of view more refreshingly candid and honest than his opponents. While the others speak in canned phrases that have been regurgitated thousands of times by hundreds of politicians, Trump speaks his mind. He also silences his critics every step of the campaign. Opponents first said Trump would never officially file his candidacy with the FEC. He did. Then, critics said Trump surely would not disclose his personal finances. He did – all 10 billion dollars' worth. This leads me to another unique aspect of Trump - he is self-financing his campaign. [more...]


Professor Heckles Students Supporting Gov. Scott Walker

Exhibiting the height of unprofessionalism, Professor Sara Goldrick-Rab at the University of Wisconsin heckled incoming freshmen (via Twitter) who support Gov. Scott Walker. She even went so far as to suggest that they wouldn't get a quality education at UW because of Walker. She's a union gal who's apparently mad about losing tenure. She's already predicting she'll be fired within a year. If she keeps harassing students and disparaging the college via Twitter, she's probably right. But it won't be Gov. Walker's fault. Last I checked, Governors don't have hire and fire authority at the professor level in state universities. But that won't stop her from blaming him. [more...]


'The View' Searches for New Co-Host

In the fall of 2014, when ABC announced that Nicolle Wallace was the individual who would be assuming co-hosting 'The View' duties, the network in its choice signaled that its executives did not necessarily want a robust contrasting voice. Notwithstanding her extensive experience with GOP personalities and politics, Wallace was relieved of her position as co-host of the daytime television show after working only one season. According to Variety, executives at ABC let her go because she was "not offering enough dissent about political issues and continually voicing her lack of knowledge about celebrities." It appears as though the lone opposing voice on the panel may have lost her television slot because she was too civil in voicing her opinions, did not differ from her co-hosts to the proper degree, and was insufficiently schooled in today's reality television programming and contemporary pop culture. [more...]

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

7-15-15 Expert Guests Available for Your Show

1. Crista Huff: Update - The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement
2. Stephani Scruggs: Boehner Spent July 4th Promising Amnesty to Foreign Government Officials
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Greece - €86 Billion Euro Later
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Ten Reasons the Iran Deal is bad for America
5. Joseph Klein: Obama's Iran Nuke Deal Lies


Update - The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement

The State Department will report its annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report this week. The report is expected to reveal an upgrade on Malaysia’s current Tier 3 status, which represents an abysmal ranking in the area of slavery and human trafficking. Opponents to this move are citing the Obama administration’s desire to make Malaysia’s inclusion in the TPP more palatable to U.S. voters. Since last year’s downgrade to Tier 3 status, research has revealed additional evidence of Malaysian slavery in the area of electronics manufacturing, and discoveries of mass graves in migrant trafficking camps. [more...]


Boehner Spent July 4th Promising Amnesty to Foreign Government Officials

While we were celebrating Independence Day here in America, John Boehner spent the 4th of July in a foreign country promising Amnesty to a foreign Chamber of Commerce and foreign government officials.  In an article published late on July 4, 2015, Arthur Beesly of the Irish Times reported: "The Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, John Boehner, has told a Dublin audience of his determination to overcome Republican resistance to immigration reform." The Irish Times went on to quote Irish governmental Chief Enda Kenny as telling Boehner "I think you understand, just get it done." [more...]


Greece - €86 Billion Euro Later

After 17 hours of negotiation, Greece accepted a bailout plan to the tune of €86 billion euro. The settlement set forth by Greece's three creditors, "the troika," is harsh, but it needs to be. European Commission, IMF, and ECB officials are wary of Greece's commitment to repaying debt, and structured a deal which left very little room for Greece to wiggle out. If Greece avoids its required payments, or deviates from the settlement, near-automatic spending cuts will be activated. Greek parliament votes on the settlement this week - the three creditor institutions will then formalize and institute the plans. Here are the key points to the settlement package: Greece must simplify its tax code and expand its VAT. To mitigate the negative effects of widely increasing taxes, €35 billion euro from the EU will become available for economic stimulus. [more...]


Ten Reasons the Iran Deal is bad for America

Six global powers and Iran have made an agreement dealing with Iran's nuclear future and sanctions.  Without question, the deal places America, Israel, the Middle East, and the entire world at grave risk.  There is no need for America to go out on a limb and take this enormous risk.  This is simply a bad deal for America, quite possibly the most dangerous agreement America has made in its 239 years of history.  Let's list just 10 reasons why the Iran deal is bad for America now... [Go here for a complete analysis...]


Obama's Iran Nuke Deal Lies

As is so often the case, President Obama is misleading the American people. The fact is there will be no 24/7 "anywhere, anytime" inspections allowed of undeclared suspicious sites. The fine print of the final JCPOA agreement provides Iran with the means to delay any inspections of undeclared suspected sites requested by the IAEA. Iran is empowered to raise objections to inspections of suspected sites, which would then have to be assessed by a commission that includes Iran itself as a member. Iran will thus have opportunities to exploit the mechanisms for international verification inspections, allowing it to rotate its covert nuclear arms activities from secret site to secret site during a protracted dispute resolution process... [more...]

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

7-14-15 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Dave Bego: Governor Walker and Big Labor
2. Wayne Allyn Root: Notorious Murdering Mexican Drug Lord Endorses Donald Trump for President
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Trump's in the Lead... GOP, Get Real
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: With Trump Getting Most of the Attention, What Can the Others Do?
5. John LeBoutillier: Why is Trump Dominating the 2016 Presidential Race? Can it Last?


Governor Walker and Big Labor

Much to the pleasure of many Americans and the chagrin of union leaders across the country, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin finally announced his long awaited Republican candidacy for President of the Unites States. He has taken Wisconsin from a highly indebted, union-controlled state to a debt free, citizen emboldened state. He did this by freeing the citizens from union shackles and enacting policies that are good for the people and that provide them freedom of choice. I've written extensively on Gov. Walker and Big Labor... [more...]


Notorious Murdering Mexican Drug Lord Endorses Donald Trump for President

Mexico's most notorious, bloodthirsty, murdering drug lord "El Chapo" has threatened the life of Donald Trump. Perfecto. That's the greatest campaign endorsement any U.S. presidential candidate could ever hope for. "El Chapo" just put Trump on the map and he may have just put Trump in the White House. Gracias, "El Chapo!" This is a dream come true for Trump and his campaign consultants. It's like getting attacked by Adolf Hitler. It's like being slandered by Joseph Stalin. It's like hearing Charles Manson wants to kill the prosecutor. [more...]


Trump's in the Lead... GOP, Get Real

Trump is not one to compromise on his beliefs. His bold statements have him being noticed - and favorably. Many conservative voters, especially ones from the Tea Party, are also taking notice of Trump. All the while, other former front runners are falling behind. We can only conclude that the public is tired of the wishy-washy talk, unclear stances, prevaricated answers and lies of the past. Ever hear a politician talk and when they are finished, you wonder what their position is on the subject or, better yet, you forgot the original question? We can look forward to that not happening this campaign. Other candidates will not be able to hide behind their evasive speeches and comments. Trump is giving real, direct answers - some that people like and some that people don’t like. But the fact of the matter is he is giving direct answers, unlike the past where we have had to deal with candidates dodging questions and not giving solid and direct responses. [more...]


With Trump Getting Most of the Attention, What Can the Others Do?

Since he first started talking about illegal immigration and border security, Donald Trump has dominated the 2016 presidential campaign.  This week Scott Walker became the 15th Republican presidential candidate to enter the race.  Plus, there are 14 other candidates vying for The Republican nomination and some attention for their ideas.  Even Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders don't get much press these days.  Now, we learn Mexican drug lord, "El Chapo," has threatened Trump on Twitter and Trump has asked the FBI to investigate.  How do all the other presidential contenders get some attention with the American voters? [Go here for a complete analysis...]


Why is Trump Dominating the 2016 Presidential Race? Can it Last?

Why is The Donald dominating the POTUS race? Can it last? If not, what will bring him down? What does the GOP establishment do about this unexpected phenomenon? Why is Bernie Sanders surging – and Hillary still stumbling? What about Iran and the new deal? This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS – live on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET. [more...]

Monday, July 13, 2015

Ariana Grande and the Law


Ariana Grande has been on a career roll. She has enjoyed a string of chart-topping hits, accrued a huge fan base, and secured a starring role in a high-profile television show, which is set to air soon. All of her success aside, the pop singer may now have caused irreparable damage to her brand, and in the process, earned herself a serious rap sheet.

In our ultra-technologically advanced society, most people realize that public places are, more often than not, under surveillance 24/7. However, in a single visit to a Southern California donut shop, Grande somehow let that factoid slip her celebrity mind. She and boyfriend-backup dancer Ricky Alvarez maliciously tried to hurt people by contaminating with their saliva some of the confections that were within their reach in the shop. Additionally, Grande made derogatory comments about America and Americans. The disgusting behavior and offensive remarks were captured on video and splattered across the Internet.

As the terrible story of Grande’s misadventures was going viral, some celebrities were weighing-in via their social media sites. The most irresponsible statement came from actress Susan Sarandon, who recklessly called for others to engage in the same deleterious behavior. "Today, lick a doughnut in solidarity with @ArianaGrande. A sweet, talented, true American," Sarandon posted on her Twitter page. Criminal behavior is what Grande and her boyfriend perpetrated, and criminal behavior is what Sarandon encouraged Twitter followers to replicate.

Section 242 of the California Penal Code defines a criminal battery as "any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another," and section 243 of the code makes the crime punishable by up to a $2,000 fine and/or up to six months in jail. Placing one's bodily fluid on a food item that is highly likely to be consumed by another person is clearly criminal battery under California law, and the local police are acting accordingly. Police personnel, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, met with the owner of the donut shop to investigate "a report of deliberate food tampering." The surveillance footage from the donut shop should provide local authorities with the evidence they need to carry out their law enforcement duties, and if justice prevails Grande and her boyfriend will ultimately be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. [more...]