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...]

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