Monday, January 9, 2017

1-10-17 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Reagan: Flight Stowaway Should Raise Feds’ Eyebrows and Fears
2. Wayne Allyn Root: Obama’s Chicagoland War Zone
3. James Hirsen: Crime Takes a Social Media Turn
4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Mars, Inc. Solidifies Leadership Position as Pet Care Provider
5. Joseph Klein: How the Obama Administration Has Emboldened the Palestinian Death Cult
6. John LeBoutillier: Is Trump in Control... or Out of Control?

Flight Stowaway Should Raise Feds’ Eyebrows and Fears

When United Express flight 6060 landed at Dulles Airport, after leaving Charlotte, N.C. on Sunday, the Dulles baggage-handling crew discovered one of their kindred inside the cargo hold along with the rest of the checked bags. The man spent the entire one hour and 22-minute flight in the hold keeping a close eye on the baggage, if not the cargo door. Reginald Gaskin’s impromptu journey took him to an altitude of 27,000 feet, but fortunately for him the cargo hold is both pressurized and temperature controlled. Dulles authorities were alerted to his misadventure when the ramp servicing company contacted the tower to tell security they were one short when the roll was called. Gaskin is not an employee of United, but instead works for G2 Secure Staff. He was wearing his uniform and had some company identification, but said his personal identification was back in his Charlotte airport locker. This is of concern to airport authorities for two reasons. First is the security question. The TSA and the FAA don’t want just anyone sleeping with your bags as the cargo flies through the air. [more...]

Obama’s Chicagoland War Zone

Obama often lectures us about “Black Lives Matter.” But do they matter to Obama or his fellow Democrats? Obama and his Democrat friends have controlled Chicago for a half century. It is now more like a Middle East war zone than the heartland of America. It is more Kabul than Kansas. Over the past three holiday weekends, we saw unimaginable violence and murder on the streets of Chicago. Over Thanksgiving weekend, 61 Chicagoans were shot, nine killed. Over Christmas weekend, 60 Chicagoans were shot, 11 killed. On New Year’s Day alone, 28 Chicagoans were shot - the first one at 1:05 a.m. Happy New Year - we just set another all-time record! In total, Chicago saw 3,550 shootings and a remarkable 762 murders in 2016. Murders are up more than 50 percent from 2015 and have nearly doubled since 2013.... and it’s spiraling out of control. [more...]

Crime Takes a Social Media Turn

The nation recently watched in horror as a Facebook Live post displayed for all to see four young people hold a mentally-disabled individual captive, repeatedly humiliate him, and subject him to torture. The defendants, who are 18-years-old or older, are accused of multiple felonies, including hate crimes. Each, in addition to the hate crime count, has been charged with felony aggravated kidnapping, aggravated unlawful restraint, and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Facebook has officially stated that the site will “prohibit content deemed to be directly harmful….” However, this case will potentially challenge the social media giant and other web concerns to alter policies, particularly regarding the use of platforms such as Facebook Live, which is a highly- promoted feature on Facebook and a significant part of the site’s future business plans. [more...]

Mars, Inc. Solidifies Leadership Position as Pet Care Provider

Odds are when you buy a candy bar at the store, you are buying a Mars Brand. Mars Inc., the sixth largest privately held company in the U.S., has been a household name for decades. The well-known manufacturer of confectionery brands such as Milky Way, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, M&M’s, and of course the Mars bar, is much more than just a candy maker. Aside from owning the Wrigley gum brand, Mars is a leading global manufacturer of pet food. [more...]

How the Obama Administration Has Emboldened the Palestinian Death Cult

Thanks to the anti-Israel United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which the Obama administration shamefully permitted to pass without a veto, the Palestinians have now been given the cover of so-called international law to justify their actions. In their twisted minds, since the UN resolution claimed the establishment of settlements by Israel, including in east Jerusalem, has "no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law," the Palestinians should have the “right” to kill any Israeli residents and soldiers who are present where they do not belong. That is not terrorism, according to this perverted logic. It is “heroic” resistance against an international law breaker. And calling for such resistance is not the incitement to commit acts of terror that the resolution condemned in general terms. [more...]

Is Trump in Control... or Out of Control?

Is President-elect Donald Trump’s unique behavior calculated - or pure seat-of-the-pants emotionalism? With all the talk about "draining the swamp" during campaign, let's examine where the Trump presidency is headed. Trump’s appointments are decidedly conventional, and therefore not revolutionary. Yes, many are hardline and conservative on the political spectrum, but they are not challenging the way Washington does business. Case in point: Jay Clayton, a partner at the Wall Street white-shoe law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, is to be the new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, which oversees Wall Street. Is that draining the swamp or putting the fox in charge of the henhouse? [more...]

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