Wednesday, February 22, 2017

2-23-17 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Stumo: WSJ Goes After Trump
2. Lowell Ponte: President Trump Fights the “Deep State”
3. Pranav Jandhyala: UC Berkeley Update
4. John LeBoutillier: Newsmax CEO on POTUS

WSJ Goes After Trump

The most recent outrage for the globalists at the Wall Street Journal editorial board is a proposed Trump administration effort to resolve two different versions of government reported trade statistics for the better. Since the WSJ opinion editors do not think trade deficits matter at all, one wonders why they are incensed about the statistical change that would show deeper trade deficits than previously reported with some countries. The WSJ outrage piece is glaringly inaccurate. The article wrongly states that the Trump administration is only excluding the export side of the Pass Through goods.  [more...]

President Trump Fights the “Deep State”

The bureaucracy has become part of the “Deep State,” the “Machine” that monetary expert Craig R. Smith and I discuss in our book, Money, Morality & The Machine: Smith’s Law in an Unethical, Over-Governed Age. The outcome of President Trump’s battle with the bureaucracy could determine whether America’s Constitution and economy survive. It is literally a battle to the death, liberty versus the government our framers tried so hard to control. [more...]

UC Berkeley Update

I spoke to radio talk show hosts from across the nation this past week about the issue of free speech on college campuses, the protests at UC Berkeley, and BridgeCal. The overwhelming sentiment is complete and utter disgust at the liberal establishment. To them, the dominant liberal position seems to be unapologetically supporting violence as a means to the end of political discussion. Many conservatives I’ve talked to across the country view liberal students at schools like UC Berkeley not as individuals who are willing to actively challenge what they think they know and believe, but as people who actively engage in the destruction of property, people and fundamental First Amendment ideals. But in these past several weeks alone, in the development of Bridgecal, we’ve seen hundreds of students come out to discuss the complexity of different issues they have strong opinions on. [more...]

Pranav is a student at UC Berkeley studying business and political science. He is the founder and president of BridgeCal, a nonpartisan political organization that seeks to bridge the political divide on campus and in the nation through a platform of free and open discourse between people who disagree with each other.

Newsmax CEO on POTUS

Please join me as we talk about the state of the Trump presidency with Chris Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax - a long-time Trump friend and Mar-a-Lago member - and hear the advice he has been giving our 45th POTUS. Listen to my latest version of REVOLUTION_The Podcast. [more...]

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