Monday, January 25, 2016

1-25-16 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Get Ready for President Trump
2. James Hirsen: Hollywood Celebrities Launch Trump Attack
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: 47 Cents a Gallon
4. Daniel Greenfield: The Problem with Bernie Sanders Voters is They Don’t Actually Vote
5. Joe Messina: GOP Establishment Piles on Trump
6. Joseph Klein: ISIS’s Barbarity and Leftist Feminists’ Callous Heart
7. John LeBoutillier: We are Witnessing the End of the House of Clinton

Get Ready for President Trump
By Wayne Allyn Root

The stock market is crashing, the economy is in reverse, Sarah Palin is back in the headlines, and Hillary Clinton is in freefall. All the ducks are falling in place for Donald Trump. The latest poll shows Trump leading 42 to 12 and establishment favorites Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich are all in single digits. It’s all over folks. Get used to Donald Trump as your GOP nominee. Keep in mind, Trump hasn’t spent any serious money yet. What happens when he drops $500 million on the race? What about $750 million? How about a cool billion? Could Trump’s 42 percent rise to 52 percent? Or even higher? [more...]

Hollywood Celebrities Launch Trump Attack
By James Hirsen

When members of the far-left in Hollywood are using the same script as the editors of National Review, we know we are living in very surreal times. “Stop Hate, Dump Trump” is a new slogan that has been adopted by a group of Hollywood liberals in the hopes of derailing Donald Trump’s campaign bullet train. In an almost simultaneous effort, National Review has devoted almost every page of the most recent issue of its magazine to essays that urge voters to withhold support from the GOP frontrunner - something that most likely would have appalled conservative icon and magazine founder William F. Buckley Jr.  Hollywood’s assault on Trump emanates from decidedly left-winged individuals, most of whom work in the entertainment business. [more...]

47 Cents a Gallon
By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

Last Sunday, a few lucky Americans got to pay 47 cents for a gallon of gas. A few years ago, when fuel was topping $5 a gallon, this would have seemed impossible.  Now, it might just be a sign of things to come. A few gas stations in northern Michigan found themselves in a brief, but newsworthy, price war. One location dropped prices to 95 cents, another 77 cents, and two gas stations offered 47 cent gas. Monday, the market corrected itself, and those few audacious gas stations brought prices back to $1.46 and $1.47 a gallon., which tracks gas prices across the country, now lists the average price per gallon in the U.S. at $1.89. [more...]

The Problem with Bernie Sanders Voters is They Don’t Actually Vote
By Daniel Greenfield

You keep hearing about how well Bernie Sanders is doing. But Bernie does best with people who don't necessarily vote. Only including voters who previously caucused in their party's most recent competitive caucus, Cruz is neck-and-neck with Trump, with 30% for Cruz to 28% for Trump. The Sanders campaign could very well be headed for a crushing defeat in Iowa. He's dependent on young, hipster voters, while Hillary Clinton took the minority part of the Obama coalition. Unfortunately for them, the core Democratic voting bloc is older and whiter than the Obama coalition. By dividing the coalition, Bernie Sanders is left with the hippest, but most unreliable part of it. [more...]

GOP Establishment Piles on Trump
By Joe Messina

We are so busy attacking Trump that we are not paying attention to the issues; we are not dealing with the issues as a party. Trump wouldn’t be able to make any headway if we had the right candidates and if people trusted the mainstream Republicans. Over 60% of Republicans feel betrayed by their party. They believe the party doesn’t care or listen to them except at election time. Republican rank and file wanted the Republican elects to vote against funding Planned Parenthood, illegal immigration benefits, refugee relocation money, a $1.7 billion dollar interest payment to Iran on $200 million owed. In these cases (and so many more) Speaker Ryan and McConnell ignored the will of “We the people.” [more...]

ISIS’s Barbarity and Leftist Feminists’ Callous Heart
By Joseph Klein

ISIS’s brutality knows no bounds. Early medieval style beheadings, crucifixions, enslavement and rapes of women and young girls are ISIS’s calling cards. They have slaughtered or abducted thousands of civilians and have committed systematic genocide against Yazidis and Christians. Yet when reports of such acts of barbarism began to emerge in 2014, the progressive left either ignored the worst demonstrations of pure evil in our time or pooh-poohed them. For example, the far left feminist Naomi Wolf, pretending to be an objective journalist, has demanded proof of ISIS transgressions. She questioned whether the videos of beheadings by ISIS jihadists were real. “So much about ISIS seems hyped/spun,” she said on her Facebook page in August 2014. In response to accounts of ISIS jihadists’ sexual exploitation of women, she bizarrely warned us to “remember the fake accounts of ‘the HUN’ raping Belgian women that drove everyone else into World War One.” Recall that Naomi Wolf has argued in the past that Muslim women veiling themselves are doing so as an expression of their own free choice. [more...]

We are Witnessing the End of the House of Clinton
By John LeBoutillier

There is the stench of political death around Hillary, Bill, Chelsea and the entire House of Clinton. You could feel it when Republican frontrunner Donald Trump hit back - hard - over the "penchant for sexism" charge by basically calling Hillary Clinton an enabler in the former president's sexual shenanigans. When have we ever seen the Clintons back off? But they did. Then came further reports about an expanded FBI probe of her handling of secure information; the nexus of State Department favors for donors to the Clinton Foundation; and the story that Hillary Clinton or her staff might have lied to FBI agents in this probe. [more...]

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The Supreme Court on Obama's Amnesty Plan

By Dr. Gerard Lameiro

The Supreme Court will rule on President Barack Obama's decision to defer deportation for as many as five million undocumented immigrants, agreeing to hear the administration's appeal on one of the most contentious issues of his presidency. But what are the common sense solutions to the threats illegal immigration is having on our national security - the threats posed by America's unprotected borders?

Illegal immigration is arguably the hottest topic of this coming election - of grave concern to many Americans. Donald Trump is not the only one to hit a nerve when bringing this issue to the forefront of the debates. In Great News for America, now climbing the charts on Amazon as a go-to book for information on the election, Dr. Gerard Lameiro emphasizes that first and foremost, to be a sovereign nation, a country must have borders and those borders must be clearly delineated and readily enforced.

One common sense solution that the newly elected president can take is to completely shut down America's borders for a "cooling off period" of two years. This means no new immigrants (legal or illegal) will be permitted to enter and stay in the U.S. This gives the new administration time to seal the border off from illegal immigration completely - physically with fencing, electronically using advanced tracking technology, and militarily with appropriate law enforcement and military support. [more...]

1-19-16 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: Benghazi Film Set to Shake Up the Presidential Primaries
2. Daniel Greenfield: Majority of Iowa Caucus Dems Call Themselves Politically Correct Socialists
3. Joe Messina: SOTU Fiction
4. John LeBoutilier: Who is Winning: Trump or Cruz? Bernie or Hillary?

Benghazi Film Set to Shake Up the Presidential Primaries
By James Hirsen

Poised to make its impact on the first presidential primaries of 2016 is a compelling major motion picture about the 2012 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya. Michael Bay’s “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” contains content that is likely to test the nerves of those who are working for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton while simultaneously pleasing those who are supporting Hillary’s chief opponent, the currently surging Bernie Sanders. Despite the fact that the movie never once mentions Hillary by name, her presence is felt at key points in the drama that unfolds on the screen. [more...]

Majority of Iowa Caucus Dems Call Themselves Politically Correct Socialists
By Daniel Greenfield

Meet the new Democratic Party. It's like the Communist Party, but it hasn't picked out its own snappy uniforms yet. If Bernie Sanders wins Iowa, it will be in no small part because Iowa Democrats describe themselves as Socialists more than supporters of free enterprise and human freedom. As Reagan said, "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." We're seeing a reminder of that here and now. [more...]

SOTU Fiction
By Joe Messina

“Anyone claiming America’s economy is in decline is pedaling fiction. What is true and the reason Americans are so apprehensive is that the economy is changing in profound ways...” stated the President during the State of the Union. Profound is an UNDERSTATEMENT.  The secret word is “profound.” It should scare you to death - like “fundamentally change,” “hope and change,” and “forward.” First of all, 2015 ended its worst ride since 2008. The DOW and S&P finished down and even though the NASDAQ finished up 5.7, it had finished in double digits the prior 3 years. Jump ahead to the first few weeks of 2016. Strap yourself in; it’s going to be a rough ride. The markets opened the year with the worst start since The Great Depression. [more...]

Who is Winning: Trump or Cruz? Bernie or Hillary?
By John LeBoutillier

Trump vs. Cruz: who is now winning? What is the state of the GOP race? Is Bernie Sanders now pulling ahead of Hillary? Is there panic in the Clinton campaign? Why is she doing so badly? With two weeks to go to Iowa, where is the race now? 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...]

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Rolling Stone and Sean Penn Owe America and Mexico an Apology

By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

Friday, January 9th, Rolling Stone Magazine released an interview between actor Sean Penn and drug lord Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo. Penn interviewed the infamous cartel boss in October of 2015. Rolling Stone waited until El Chapo’s capture to publish Penn’s story and interview. Penn’s celebrity comes just as much from his social activism as it does his films – but interviewing El Chapo seems to fall into neither category. It seems Penn’s article reads part Hollywood action movie, part morning TV fluff-piece. I understand good journalism requires a look at all sides of an issue, but some issues simply don’t have those other sides. Penn asked questions that allowed El Chapo to give empty answers, akin to what a politician might give, or a guest on Good Morning America. The actor fails to ask any real follow-up questions letting El Chapo blame the proliferation of drugs on its consumers, not the suppliers. Penn also lets Guzman say his organization is not a cartel, and, when asked if he uses violence, Guzman says “all I do is defend myself, nothing more. But do I start trouble? Never.” Penn seems fine with this answer. [more...]

Monday, January 11, 2016

1-11-16 Great Guests Available for Your Show

1. Tea Party Taps Wayne Allyn Root for SOTU Response
2. Lowell Ponte: Mourning in America
3. James Hirsen: Ricky Gervais Makes Golden Globes a Politically Incorrect Event
4. Joe Messina: No Need to Fear the Refugees?
5. Dave Bego: Public Unions on the Precipice
6. John LeBoutillier: Are World Events Moving the American Electorate Toward Trump? Is Hillary Worried Over Bernie?
7. Joseph Klein: North Korea and Iran - The Nuclear Duo

Tea Party Taps Wayne Allyn Root for SOTU Response

Wayne Allyn Root will deliver the Tea Party response to the State of the Union this week, eschewing the Tea Party Express's tradition of inviting a well-known politician in favor of a political outsider. "2016 has become the year of the outsider as the public continues to show strong support in the presidential contest for candidates that eschew connections with the Washington establish.  So it is appropriate for the Tea Party Express to select a Washington 'outsider' who has had a remarkable career," the group's co-founder, Sal Russo, said in a statement. "[Root] is a perfect representative of the Tea Party and is always an articulate spokesperson for a positive agenda for our country’s future." [more...]

Mourning in America
By Lowell Ponte

Obama's seven years have produced mourning in America and a widespread pessimistic feeling of loss, despair and grief. Millions now feel that something essential to our success and well-being has died here – that we are sad witnesses to the death of the American Dream. A new poll published January 5 by Esquire Magazine and NBC News finds that 52 percent of Americans now believe that the American Dream was “once true but not anymore.” Another 11 percent now believe that it “never held true.” [more...]

Ricky Gervais Makes Golden Globes a Politically Incorrect Event
By James Hirsen

The most interesting thing about the 2016 Golden Globe Awards was not the highly predictable winners but rather the highly predictable barbs thrown Hollywood’s way by contentious host Rick Gervais. After referring to the audience as “disgusting, pill-popping, sexual deviant scum,” Gervais announced the following: “I’m going to do this monologue and then go into hiding. Not even Sean Penn will find me... snitch.” The brash Brit launched an early attack at the television network that aired the program. [more...]

No Need to Fear the Refugees?
By Joe Messina

Over Christmas and New Year’s, Germany had a rash of rapes and assaults. The numbers were shocking as they have never seen this kind of crime spree against women. Over 100 “filed complaints” of rape and assault over the new year and police believe there are over 1,000 male refugees involved. Rapes were conducted by “rape gangs” and women were beaten and raped in public. The mayor of the German city, Cologne, where many of the assaults took place suggested it was the fault of the women! Let that settle in. [more...]

Public Unions on the Precipice
By Dave Bego

Unions representing employees in the public sector have been dominant in politics since 1977 when the U.S. Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. The 1977 decision bolstered public sector unionism. In making its decision, the court affirmed the constitutionality of a Michigan law requiring public school teachers who are not dues-paying union members to pay “agency” or “fair-share” fees. The practical effect has been the allowance of forced unionism of public employees by the union bosses, resulting in 35.7% of public employees to be unionized vs. just 6.6% of private sector employees today. The lack of free choice has done unmeasurable damage to the First Amendment rights of millions of government employees since the decision 39 years ago. [more...]

Are World Events Moving the American Electorate Toward Trump? Is Hillary Worried Over Bernie?
By John LeBoutillier

Are world events moving the electorate in Trump’s direction? Can he “run the table” in the first GOP contests? Can Cruz keep his lead in Iowa? Is Hillary more worried than people know about Bernie Sanders in Iowa and New Hampshire? With Korea, Iran and Saudi Arabia, has Obama’s weakness now imperiled the world situation? 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...]

North Korea and Iran - The Nuclear Duo
By Joseph Klein

North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test on January 6th, which it claimed was a hydrogen bomb. Despite some skepticism as to North Korea’s claim that it had actually tested a hydrogen bomb, the Obama administration acknowledged that North Korea had indeed tested some sort of nuclear device. The administration condemned North Korea’s latest testing as a violation of a series of past United Nations Security Council resolutions. "We do not and will not accept North Korea as a nuclear armed state, and actions such as this latest test only strengthen our resolve," declared Secretary of State John Kerry. Mr. Kerry is a bit late with his declaration. North Korea has had an active nuclear arms program for nearly a decade and has conducted three of its four nuclear tests during President Obama’s time in office. [more...]

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

1-5-16 Expert Guests Available for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: Streaming to Revolutionize Delivery of Entertainment, Sports & News in 2016
2. Joe Messina: Chicago’s Strict Gun Control Laws Didn’t Prevent Most Mass Shootings
3. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: What Makes the 2016 Presidential Election Historic?

4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: 2016 Economic Projections
5. Daniel Greenfield: CAIR’s Lawyer Claims Pro-Israel Charities are Terrorists
6. John LeBoutillier: Is Trump Running Away with the GOP Nomination?

Streaming to Revolutionize Delivery of Entertainment, Sports & News in 2016
By James Hirsen

Those who opt for the streaming of their entertainment, sports, and news fare are about to be treated to an even bigger selection of choices in 2016. The unpopular bundling model commonly used by the cable and satellite television industries is going by the wayside. What has happened up until recently is that bundling has created a situation in which far too many television viewers have been forced to subscribe to a huge number of aggregated channels that they do not need or desire to receive. Additionally, programming that may not have otherwise survived has been subsidized by unwitting cable and satellite TV customers. [more...]

Chicago’s Strict Gun Control Laws Didn’t Prevent Most Mass Shootings
Joe Messina

Chicago has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation and one of highest number of homicides and shootings. Rahm Emanuel, Barack Obama’s former White House Chief of Staff, has been mayor of Chicago since 2011. Emanuel shares many of Obama’s liberal anti-American agendas including the desire to ban guns and disarm the citizenry. Like his mentor, Emanuel has done everything possible to enact strict gun control laws in Chicago and like his mentor, he claims that guns are the cause of gun violence and passing tough gun control laws will lower gun violence and deaths in his city. However, his strict gun control laws have done little to curb gun violence and deaths. [more...]

What Makes the 2016 Presidential Election Historic?
By Dr. Gerard Lameiro

First and foremost, American voters are angry, frustrated and upset with the political parties and “establishment” politicians because they have largely ignored voters and their demands to solve many issues facing America.  Americans are tired of sending people back to Washington to solve our top problems and not having the problems fixed.  Take Obamacare as one example: Americans wanted it repealed in 2010 when it gave control of the House to another party with 63 House seats changing hands.  Americans wanted Obamacare repealed again in 2014 when it gave control of the Senate to Republicans.  In both cases, Obamacare was not repealed. Other problems not adequately addressed included the staggering national debt, now exceeding $18.8 trillion... not to mention, the illegal immigration problem. [Go here for a complete analysis...]

2016 Economic Projections
By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

First things first: Puerto Rico is turning into America’s Greece. The island territory is laden with debt it can’t pay, and what’s worse, Americans are the ones holding the receipts. About 50% of Americans over the age of 40 hold Puerto Rican debt in some way in California, New York, and Florida; nearly 100% of the over-40 population is exposed in some way. Puerto Rico’s debt comes from a laundry list of issues: over 60% of its population is on Medicare or Medicaid, importing energy is wildly expense, and, not unlike Greece, its government can be rather stubborn. The way I see it, no one knows what Puerto Rico will do, but the options are: 1) default (this is bad for everybody; 2) The U.S. grants Puerto Rico the ability to declare Chapter 9 bankruptcy; or 3) The U.S. gives Puerto Rico a $70+ billion bailout package. None of this will go well for anyone, and frankly there is no way to tell what will happen; but we will see a decision in 2016, and it could put a dent in the U.S. economy. [more...]

CAIR’s Lawyer Claims Pro-Israel Charities are Terrorists
By Daniel Greenfield

Forget academic boycotts and protesting Israeli oranges in the produce aisle. The new BDS targets are Jewish charities with a special focus on those that provide services and support in ’67 Israel. Under its new Muslim boss, Amna Farooqi, J Street U has been pressuring Jewish charities not to help Jews living in territory which had been conquered and ethnically cleansed of Jews by the invading Muslim armies during Israel’s War of Independence. Other groups, including T’ruah, which had a prominent role at Obama’s toxic Chanukah party, have also made Jewish charities into their target. [more...]

Is Trump Running Away with the GOP Nomination?
By John LeBoutillier

As 2016 begins, is Trump in a commanding position for the GOP nomination? Is the Al Shabab recruiting video going to be a factor in the race? Will it hurt Hillary? Is she – yet again – becoming a complacent candidate? 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...]