1. Rabbi D.C. Ganz: Attack Iran, Not Syria!
2. John LeBoutillier: The On-Going Political Revolution - Happening Right in Front of Us
3. Joe Messina: Yes, It's All About Color
4. Elizabeth Imus-Zero: Hey Detroit, Get Ready to Eat Some Cake!
Attack Iran, Not Syria!
It now appears that the U.S. will not be attacking Syria anytime soon, and for a variety of reasons. A few token cruise missiles shot into Syria would likely accomplish nothing. Staging a major military action that could topple the Syrian government could lead to Assad being replaced by an even bigger cutthroat. Also, when dictatorships fall, there is usually an initial period of chaos, and during that time almost anyone might get their hands on some of the poison gas. Despite all promises to the contrary, a serious U.S. attack may eventually necessitate U.S. "boots on the ground" - something that few Americans would tolerate at this point. It just isn’t smart to pursue this conflict at this time. Accordingly, it is all but certain that Congress will not agree to wage this war. There is, however, an urgent need for a different military action in that part of the world, one that the U.S. should be considering at present... ATTACKING IRAN. [more... ]
The On-Going Political Revolution - Happening Right in Front of Us
This week the POLITICAL INSIDERS showed how the American people stopped the President and the Congress from launching military strikes on Syria and how the divide between the American people and the Political Class has never been wider. To see the shows, go to Monday, Sunday, Pt. I, Sunday, Pt. 2.
Yes, It's All About Color
By Joe Messina
Al Sharpton commented on his show this week that there are no black people on the board of Apple, and that 30% of the largest corporations in America have no black people on their boards. He and the guest on his show went on to state that these corporations also fail to have blacks in positions of authority or management. Really? What study was this based on? Where do they get their numbers? Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. asked us not to judge someone by the color of their skin but by the content of their character and abilities. I have many black friends and they all would rather be valued for their character and ability not for skin color. And, as a reminder Mr. Sharpton, you've stated many times that we need to be color blind. [more...]
Hey Detroit, Get Ready to Eat Some Cake!
Just days after Detroit filed for bankruptcy protection, the state of Michigan happily agreed to spend $444 MILLION dollars of taxpayers' money to build a new hockey arena for the Red Wings. Question: Did the taxpayers vote for this, or did the government just decide how to spend our money again? Yes, you guessed it; the government is once again on a shopping spree with our credit card. So let me get this straight. WE taxpayers are paying for a new arena that will create 1,100 new jobs versus the 660 jobs now at Joe Louis Arena. [more...]