1. Joe Messina: Who Wanted to Ban All Muslims?
2. James Hirsen: Zuckerberg’s Latest Venture into Politics
3. Hollywood Filmmaker Joel Gilbert and Roger Stone Discuss Obama's Legacy
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Trump Tsunami Drowning the Left Politically
5. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Consumer Brands Highlight 2017 M&A Forecast
6. Lowell Ponte: Chinese New Year - Bad News for President Trump?
7. John LeBoutillier: Trump's Moves - Dreams or Nightmares
Who Wanted to Ban All Muslims?
By Joe Messina
The President did launch against Muslims... back in 1980. That was President Jimmy Carter. Carter’s Attorney General at the time ordered all Iranian students holding a visa to report to immigration officials or face immediate deportation. A federal judge ruled it unconstitutional (sound familiar?) BUT, it was then reversed by a higher court in September of 1980. There were over 60,000 students registered. Of that, 430 were deported because of visa issues and concerns. Another 5,000 left voluntarily. Carter also ordered the invalidation of visas issued to Iranian citizens for future entry into the U.S. He stated that we would not reissue visas nor would we issue new visas except for compelling and proven humanitarian aid reasons or where our national interest is at hand and the directive is to be strictly interpreted! Can someone show me any evidence of the Democrat Liberal outcry? [more...]
Zuckerberg’s Latest Venture into Politics
By James Hirsen
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg recently took a trip to the Political Land of Oz. In a highly partisan Facebook post, he sharply criticized the executive orders that President Trump recently signed, which relate to our nation’s immigration policy. The social media magnate appeared to ditch logic and accuracy in his post and instead favored the use of tired Democratic talking points to make the liberal case. [more...]
Hollywood Filmmaker Joel Gilbert and Roger Stone Discuss Obama's Legacy
Roger Stone and Hollywood documentary filmmaker Joel Gilbert recently analyzed President Obama's term as President and his legacy. They explained that Obama’s is a trained “community agitator,” and was only interested in using his presidency to divide the country, rather than serve America. Gilbert believes Obama will now return to his natural state of being as a “professional agitator” through his organization “Organizing for Action” rather than retire quietly to play golf. Gilbert described President Obama’s farewell speech as filled with deceptive claims of success, when in fact everything Obama cited as positive was in fact a dismal failure. Overall, Gilbert described Obama as a candidate with a fake background that not surprisingly produced a “fake presidency” whose damage it will take many years to recover from. [more...]
Trump Tsunami Drowning the Left Politically
President Trump won the historic 2016 presidential election as part of a popular, conservative tsunami ushering in the new Conservative Era I discussed in detail in my book, Great News for America. Not surprisingly, the uber left has reacted in their usual ways, whining and complaining, recounts and fake news, protests and marches, rioting and violence, and when all else fails, lawsuits. But, none of those 20th century tactics are working in this the new Conservative Era. President Trump and a popular, conservative tsunami is drowning out the left politically. The Anti-Constitutional Era of America’s recent past has given way to the new Conservative Era. The American Electorate has “trumped” the small uber left minority that has been running America in the recent past, over the objections and the will of the American people. Despite still controlling the Old Main Stream Media (OMSM), Hollywood, and the far left universities with their old ideas and tactics are not working. Americans are on to their tools of political correctness, political intimidation, and deceit. The OMSM is no longer considered honest and Americans are ignoring their fake news. [more...]
Consumer Brands Highlight 2017 M&A Forecast
It used to be hip and cool to drink a craft beer, eat responsibly farmed foods, and experiment with global spices. Now, those trendy choices are becoming mainstream, and large companies and private equity groups are taking notice of the popular consumer preferences. In 2017, we will likely see more acquisitions in the craft food and beverage industry. Consumer preferences have shifted in the food industry. Nutrition, sustainability, and authenticity are at the forefront of these shifts, and consumers are exploring global cuisines with an emphasis on freshness. Developers of unique food products are benefiting from the changes, and large corporations and private equity groups - with their glut of investment funds - are primed for acquiring popular brands. Keep an eye out for M&A activity around consumer brands in the food and beverage space as craft morphs into mainstream. [more...]
Chinese New Year - Bad News for President Trump?
By Lowell Ponte
Chinese New Year, the “Year of the Rooster (or Chicken),” on Saturday kicked off more than two weeks of celebration across much of Asia. It could, warn Chinese astrologers, bring economic and other major problems for President Trump. The “Fire Rooster” influence is to be practical and plan carefully, while keeping its temper under careful control. President Trump will have a successful spring and summer, says Hong Kong Chinese zodiac diviner Priscilla Lam, who told CNN a year ago that he would win the 2016 election. But as the Year of the Rooster cools this coming autumn and winter, fortune teller Lam warns that President Trump will “run into difficulties.” [more...]
Trump's Moves - Dreams or Nightmares
The president is fulfilling the dreams of his supporters and the nightmares of his opponents. What do all the demonstrations, the federal courts stopping executive orders and the country divided mean for the future of America? Check out the latest installment of Revolution... [more...]