Tuesday, May 17, 2016

5-17-16 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Rabbi Ganz: Two Secularists Who Don’t Know the Bible
2. Lowell Ponte: Could Bill Clinton Revive Our Sick Economy?
3. Wayne Allyn Root on Bill Maher May 27th with Bernie Sanders
4. Daniel R. Joseph: Trump vs. China - Round 1
5. James Hirsen: Clooney vs. Trump
6. Joe Messina: Obama’s Political Bathroom Movement
7. George Lombardi: Trump’s Outlook for the Far East

Two Secularists Who Don’t Know the Bible

Winston Churchill once said that the viability, the vitality, and the achievements of Western Civilization have, as their cornerstone, the Judeo-Christian ethical system which is founded on the moral principles of the Bible. Over the last 50 years there has been a steady erosion of this foundation. What has happened in the current election is that a society that, as a group, strayed from traditional Judeo-Christian morality in so many different ways expressed itself in the choice of the two presumptive nominees. We got what we deserve. We got what we are. Hopefully, the American public will somehow be inspired to reconnect to their traditional values. Should that happen, what we are and who we therefore elect will be very different. [more sensible guidelines to the ideal campaign...]

Could Bill Clinton Revive Our Sick Economy?

In the Clinton cosmology, they took office during the biggest budget deficit in history ($290 Billion), immediately reneged on a promised tax cut and imposed instead a retroactive huge tax increase, and left office eight years later with a budget surplus of $127 billion after creating 22.5 million new jobs. Hillary, after eight years of Barack Obamalaise of economic stagnation, has decided to win by evoking the Clinton mythology that she and Bill ruled over an economic Camelot of prosperity that another Clinton presidency could re-create. This fantasy, however, omits many inconvenient facts that we need to remember. We need to wake up and, again, smell the Clintons. In 1992, the Clintons had little need to revive the economy. By election day the economy had mostly revived itself and was again growing strongly. The Clinton-backing liberal media, however, concealed this and endlessly echoed the false propaganda about how bad things still were under President Bush. [more...]

Root on Bill Maher May 27th with Bernie Sanders

Donald Trump supporter Wayne Allyn Root doesn’t care if Trump masqueraded as his own publicist in a 1991 telephone interview. Root says he’s done it himself “and it worked out pretty good for me.” Root, who joins Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Bill Maher’s HBO show “Real Time” on May 27, said he often posed as his own agent and publicist. That was back in 1985-88, he said, when he was trying to become a TV anchorman. “I called every TV station in the country as Doug Miller (my best friend and mentor) representing Wayne Root. Eventually after a few thousand rejections I landed a few great interviews for ‘my client.’ I landed the job as lead anchorman for CNBC (then called FNN - Financial News Network).” [more...]

Trump vs. China - Round 1

According to Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, the dangerous faults which may affect a general include the following: 1) recklessness, which leads to destruction; 2) a hasty temper, which can be provoked by insults; and 3) a delicacy of honor which is sensitive to shame.  It’s almost as if the Chinese have been waiting two thousand years for Donald Trump to show up. Sun Tzu also says that “If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him.”  If Trump wins the White House, should we expect the first cross-border “irritation campaign” in history? Donald Trump is tooting his own horn as a skilled negotiator, particularly relating to China.  This is interesting because the Chinese are widely considered to be black-belt negotiators as well.  If it happens, it should be a fascinating match up. [more...]

Clooney vs. Trump

While Clooney was attending the Cannes Film Festival he was asked whether his new film “Money Monster” depicted a future under a Trump administration. “Let’s start much simpler,” Clooney replied. “There’s not going to be a President Donald Trump. It’s not going to happen because fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We’re not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We’re not actually afraid of anything, so we are not going to use fear. It’s not going to be an issue,” he added. Clooney claimed that Trump has been successful because the media have not been diligent enough in their interrogations of the now-presumptive GOP presidential nominee. [more...]

Obama’s Political Bathroom Movement

Last week Mr. Obama decided that he was going to make it plain and order ALL public schools to open up all bathrooms to transgenders. With all that is going on in the world and across America, THIS is the issue at the top of the list? Less than 1% of the population identifies as transgender. We are losing hundreds of veterans every year because they can’t get in to see a doctor and he signs a transgender order? Why doesn’t he make it for private schools, private colleges... heck, make it for all government restrooms in every state? Why? Because it’s a political move... you know, like Benghazi. He figures there are enough Americans on his side on this one and that any opposition from Republicans will kill them in their respective races. [more...]

Trump’s Outlook for the Far East
By George Lombardi [Friend of Donald Trump]

“’America first’ is a timeless principle. My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people and American security above all else. It has to be first.” This is clearly the core of Mr. Trump’s policy concerning U.S. foreign relations. The way we should interpret it is not in an isolationist manner, as some of his critics like to paint it, but as a basic principle that reflects the core of most, if not all, nations on earth. Even those few nations like China and Russia that seem to foster globalization and the breakdown of national barriers are really promoting their own nationalistic agenda. And their fake globalization principles only favor their own interests. The European Union may be relatively sincere in its desire to break down barriers and open its borders and its economy to all comers; and we all see the disastrous results of this foolish policy. Trump says: “Our foreign policy is a complete and total disaster. No vision. No purpose. No direction. No strategy.” I want to identify five main weaknesses in our foreign policy. [more...]

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