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
By Joe Messina
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
By James Hirsen
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...]