1. Michael Stumo: Korea FTA Spurred Massive Titanium Imports
James Hirsen: John Kerry Seeks Hollywood Advice on How to Fight ISIS
Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Will it Be a Trump vs. Clinton Race?
Joe Messina: The Christians and Trump
Daniel Greenfield: Will Black Voters Leave Hillary’s Plantation?
Wayne Allyn Root: What Happened to Secure
Hillary’s Victory in Nevada?
John LeBoutillier: What Does the POTUS Race Look Like Now?
FTA Spurred Massive Titanium Imports
titanium industry is an example of how trade agreements make the U.S. lose and
not win. The Korea-U.S. free trade agreement (KORUS) was approved in 2011
and implemented in 2012. Korea had no titanium industry before the KORUS deal,
but created one to export to the U.S. because of the deal. Allegheny
Technologies reports, "U.S. imports of titanium mill products from Korea
jumped from 36 short tons in 2013 to 318 tons by 2015." This was a
part of why our trade performance with Korea drastically worsened thereafter. [more...]
Kerry Seeks Hollywood Advice on How to Fight ISIS
of State John Kerry recently traveled to Hollywood to meet with a dozen
industry executives to seek advice on how to win the battle against Isis. Kerry
sat down with a virtual who’s who of the entertainment business. The one and a
half-hour meeting, which took place at Universal Studios, was organized by
Shell, who in addition to being a Universal executive is also the Chairman of
the Broadcasting Board of Governors, a body of which Kerry is a member. The
meeting with some of Hollywood’s top power players was reportedly at the behest
of Kerry. After the gathering, Kerry made the following revelation via his
Twitter account: “Great convo w studio execs in LA. Good to hear their
perspectives & ideas of how to counter #Daesh [Arabic acronym for ISIS]
it Be a Trump vs. Clinton Race?
Trump vs. Clinton inevitable? Both seem to be winning their respective
party nomination races. Are Trump and Clinton now unstoppable? Are they
really inevitable at this point in their party races? What scenarios might
develop in the next few weeks that will change the course of this 2016 presidential
election race? [Go here for a complete analysis...]
Christians and Trump
Christians! It’s a little late to start
complaining about Donald Trump. I’m watching all the social media from
conservative Christian Republicans asking Christians all over to get on their
knees and pray Trump doesn’t win. I’m not a Trump supporter; I haven’t made up
my mind yet... not even close. But I’m not going to drop to my knees and beg
God to knock Trump out of the race. I don’t know what the Master Plan is. Do
you? God may have one heck of a “gotcha” at the end of all this. So, for you
Christians who are imagining a Trump presidency raining down “fire and
brimstone” like what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah, knock it off! [more...]
Black Voters Leave Hillary’s Plantation?
By Daniel Greenfield
her desperate scramble to the top, every Hillary victory is accompanied by a
setback. The corrupt Democratic machine that has kept her going this far eked
out a victory in Nevada but took down her minority firewall. In earlier
primaries, Hillary had lost women and young voters. In Nevada, she lost
Latinos. The last and only element of the Obama coalition that she has retained
are black voters, which helped Hillary in Nevada. While Latinos defected to
Sandernistan, black voters remained loyally behind on Hillary's happy plantation.
If the black voters, primarily women who powered the Obama campaign, wave
goodbye to life on the Clinton Tara, then Hillary's path to the White House
ends with Sanders' Socialist march to the Potomac. [more...]
What Happened to Secure Hillary’s Victory in Nevada?
Wayne Allyn Root
spent the weekend listening to national media commentators (so called
“experts”) gloat over the two big winners of the weekend: Donald Trump and
Hillary Clinton. But there’s one little problem with that scenario: only one
candidate actually won big. Donald Trump spent almost nothing to score a
resounding double-digit victory in South Carolina, even while his opponent
Marco Rubio spent 12 times more ($12 million) and scored the endorsement of the
two most popular Republican politicians in the state (Gov. Nikki Haley and U.S.
Sen. Tim Scott). Now that’s a big
victory. But when it comes to Hillary, the national media is either ignorant,
stupid, lazy, delusional, or purposely lying. Hillary’s razor-thin Nevada
victory wasn’t a “decisive victory.” It was an embarrassment that required
spending millions of dollars to garner a pathetic 6,316 votes in an anemic
Does the POTUS Race Look Like Now?
is the state of the GOP presidential race after South Carolina? Who survives
among Rubio, Bush and Kasich? Did the Pope’s controversial statement about The
Donald impact the race? On the Democrat side, how does Nevada affect South
Carolina next Saturday and then Super Tuesday? This - and more - will be
discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS –
live on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET. [more...]