1. Patrick Wood: Trans-Pacific Partnership - Enforcement for UN 2030 Agenda
2. Wayne Allyn Root Debates Piers Morgan on Gun Control
3. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Can We Trust the Republican Polls?
4. James Hirsen: SNL Sells the Softer Side of Hillary
5. Joe Messina: More Gun Laws - Really?
6. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Chris Mintz... Hero
7. John LeBoutillier: Clinton's Perilous Political - and Legal - Future
Trans-Pacific Partnership - Enforcement for UN 2030 Agenda
By Patrick Wood
Negotiations have been completed on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), establishing comprehensive regulations across 12 Pacific Rim nations, an area representing 40 percent of the global economy. Since President Obama achieved Fast Track Authority from Congress earlier this year, the next step toward enactment is submission of the TPP document for a straight up-or-down vote with no amendments or other changes permitted. In the meantime, the actual TPP text will be made public for a period of 60 days. One aspect of TPP that is already being ignored is its tight synchronization with the United Nations' recent enactment of its 2030 Agenda to implement Sustainable Development on a global scale. The UN conned the world into thinking that Agenda 21 and now its 2030 Agenda are somehow voluntary for implementation. In fact, Agenda 21 critics have been consistently lambasted with the rebuttal that nothing has ever been forced down anyone's throat on a local, regional or national level – it's just a voluntary program. [more...]
Wayne Allyn Root Debates Piers Morgan on Gun Control
During a debate with Piers Morgan on This Morning in the UK, Morgan said, "After Sandy Hook, - 20 children blown to pieces in their classroom - you would assume that any civilized society would say enough, exactly as we did in Britain. But far from that, they've done nothing." Arguing the flip-side of the debate, Wayne Allyn Root – who joined the National Rifle Association in direct response to what happened at Sandy Hook – said he was absolutely pro-gun. He firmly backed the rights of Americans to own guns and further claimed that "the horror of gun-free zones" was to blame for mass killings. "You're advertising to the world: 'Come on in and shoot us. Come on in and kill us. We're unharmed – we can't defend ourselves,'" he declared. Root also criticized President Barack Obama for speaking out about the need for gun control so soon after the shooting in Oregon. [more...]
Can We Trust the Republican Polls?
The race for the Republican presidential nomination is in a major state of flux. Poll numbers are changing. Political donors are changing who they support. And there are new concerns over the accuracy of the actual polling numbers, especially given the anti-party, anti-establishment, anti-Washington frustration and anger of voters. Even the Republican Congressional leadership is in a state of flux and upheaval. What can we say about the current Republican presidential nomination race? Will Trump walk away with the nomination? Is he about to collapse in the polls to Ben Carson or Carly Fiorina? Moreover, can we even trust the polls? [Go here for a complete analysis...]
SNL Sells the Softer Side of Hillary
By James Hirsen
Hillary Clinton's campaign managers have been attempting to soften the former Secretary of State's image by engaging in an "authenticity tour," complete with appearances by Hillary on several entertainment shows, most recently in a sketch on "Saturday Night Live." In the YouTube world in which we now reside, whether a candidate for president appears to be likable, particularly on television, is of paramount importance to that individual's ultimate electoral success. All of the chatter about Hillary appearing to be stiff and scripted, combined with her falling poll numbers, e-mail scandals, and challenges from Bernie Sanders and others, have caused the presumed Democratic frontrunner to try and convince potential supporters that she is genuine. [more...]
More Gun Laws - Really?
By Joe Messina
Here we go again: "We have to do something about guns. More gun laws! Tougher gun laws." And once again, the president completely BLEW passed the mental health issue and went straight to guns laws without providing a single detail. Just the generic mantra of "let's make more laws that we won't enforce and then wonder why nothing has changed." Please remember, the recent shootings at Umpqua Community College in Oregon took place in a gun-free zone where even the security guard could not be armed. Not until police showed up with guns 20 minutes after it started did the shooting finally stop. [more...]
Chris Mintz... Hero
Chris Mintz is the veteran who stood between the gunman and his fellow classmates in a heroic effort to protect innocent lives last week during the shootings in Oregon. Mintz, 30, was shot three times as he spoke with the gunman in an effort to neutralize the situation. Mintz was soon after shot twice more while on the ground. In all, Mintz was shot seven times, yet, survived the harrowing ordeal. Mintz is in the hospital, and will be for some time, but people throughout the country have banded together to help the Army vet. A gofundme campaign, not even 24 hours old at the time of this writing, has already raised $152,495 for Mintz’s medical expenses (the goal for this campaign was $10,000). [more...]
Clinton's Perilous Political - and Legal - Future
Clinton's political situation, which is on a steady downward slope among all voters, if not yet within the Democratic primary electorate - is directly tied to her deteriorating legal situation. The e-mail controversy comes down to whether or not she broke the law(s), including the Espionage Act, by mishandling classified information. And this e-mail controversy is currently on two tracks... [more...]