Tuesday, May 21, 2019

5-21-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Joseph P. Duggan: Terror Attacks on Saudi Oil Operations Expose the Folly of Rubio and Graham’s Moralism
2. Lowell Ponte: How About a 'Real Disadvantage' SAT Score?
3. James Hirsen: The Biden Masquerade
4. Sally Pipes: Deregulating Vaccines Saves More Lives
5. John LeBoutillier: Amash Advocates for Impeachment


Terror Attacks on Saudi Oil Operations Expose the Folly of Rubio and Graham’s Moralism
By Joseph P. Duggan

Tanker ships and the strategic pipeline of Aramco, the world's largest oil company, suffered terrorist attacks last week. Aramco has the monopoly on all Saudi Arabian oil production and is wholly owned by the Saudi government, the United States' most powerful ally in the Middle East. The attacks at sea and in the heart of Saudi Arabia coincide with the upcoming public release of President Trump's Arab-Israeli peace plan, for which Saudi Arabia and Israel already are signaling support. Iran or its allies are suspected of responsibility for the attacks. [more...]


How About a 'Real Disadvantage' SAT Score?
By Lowell Ponte

The SAT will now employ a secret score to show college admission officers if a student has been "privileged" or has been "disadvantaged." With the Supreme Court expected soon to prohibit racial preferences in college admissions, SAT is offering colleges a secret way to find out what students' races likely are. I suggest that fair, non-leftist universities should apply a different yardstick for measuring whether student applicants have overcome social disadvantage... one that determines which students have been "truly disadvantaged." [more...]


The Biden Masquerade
By James Hirsen

Biden’s latest campaign has come up with a fictional crisis, one of a “soulless” nation that is in need of fixing. His campaign is doing everything it can to avoid the simple fact that the Biden candidacy carries with it an enormous amount of baggage. The former senator and vice president happens to be the embodiment of establishment politics. In addition, he is an apologist for a massive federal bureaucracy. The third-time presidential hopeful has been in the political business for an astounding fifty years. He apparently believes that he is just the guy who will be able fix things, even things that over the last half century he helped to break in the first place. [more...]


Deregulating Vaccines Saves More Lives
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

Measles is making a comeback. As of May 17, there were over 800 reported cases of the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s more than in any of the last four years. This uptick is dispiriting but shouldn’t be surprising. More and more people are deciding not to get their shots. In the past decade, the number of nonmedical vaccine exemptions for philosophical reasons has increased in 12 of the 18 states that allow them. [more...]


Amash Advocates for Impeachment
By John LeBoutillier

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we analyze the effects of the first GOP Member of Congress - Rep. Justin Amash - to advocate the impeachment of Donald Trump. Is Congressman Amash alone in his thinking or is he echoing what he hears in the GOP cloakroom? Will more GOP Members follow his lead? Is there a sense of exhaustion now creeping into the Trump presidency? Is some of the steam even coming out of his base? [more...]

Monday, May 20, 2019

Terror Attacks on Saudi Oil Operations Expose the Folly of Rubio and Graham’s Moralism

By Joseph P. Duggan

Tanker ships and the strategic pipeline of Aramco, the world's largest oil company, suffered terrorist attacks last week. Aramco has the monopoly on all Saudi Arabian oil production and is wholly owned by the Saudi government, the United States' most powerful ally in the Middle East.

The attacks at sea and in the heart of Saudi Arabia coincide with the upcoming public release of President Trump's Arab-Israeli peace plan, for which Saudi Arabia and Israel already are signaling support. Iran or its allies are suspected of responsibility for the attacks.

As the crisis intensifies, the U.S. Senate's Dynamic Duo of bellicosity, Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), are calling for harsh new economic sanctions -- against our ally, Saudi Arabia. The world’s least deliberative senators seem to want all-out war against Iran while tying our principal ally’s right arm behind its back.

Rubio and Graham are intent upon punishing Saudi Arabia and its preeminent prince for the October murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a wealthy Saudi oligarch who lately had become a critic of his country's rulers.

Khashoggi’s assassination became a textbook case of disinformation. Rubio and Graham, among other senators and virtually all of the ruling class in Washington, fell for the fakery or helped concoct it.  Khashoggi has been portrayed, falsely, as a martyr for human rights, freedom of the press and democracy. He was no such thing.

I lived in Saudi Arabia for six years, I was acquainted with Khashoggi, and I spoke with him in detail about his work. A charming person, he was an editor and television news executive, but he was never an independent journalist, because there is no independent journalism in Saudi Arabia. He was, to be succinct, an influence agent of the Saudi intelligence agencies for nearly all of his career. During the last year of his life, he had fallen on the outs with the ascendant royal faction around today’s ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The story behind the propaganda is recounted in more detail in my just-published Encounter Books Broadsides edition, Khashoggi, Dynasties, and Double Standards.

Khashoggi’s final months were devoted to producing columns for the Washington Post, criticizing his home country for its lack of liberties and Western-style democracy. But his ideological and personal loyalty by that time was to the revolutionary Muslim Brotherhood – the movement that spawned Al Qaeda and ISIS. The Post has acknowledged evidence that some of Khashoggi’s contributions to its pages had been directed by intelligence operations of Qatar, Saudi Arabia’s wealthy rival and supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood. In reality, Khashoggi’s assassination, gruesome though it was, was what the U.S. and Israel in sanitized bureaucratic language call a “targeted killing” of an individual threatening their national security.

But facts are useless when confronted with Rubio and Graham’s feelings. The senators are determined to “sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia,” as Graham put it. Before it was known whether Khashoggi had been killed or kidnaped alive, Rubio already had reached the conclusion that Saudi Arabia had to be punished.

The Rubio-Graham approach to international law and order is: Sanction first, ask questions later.

Forty years ago, Jeane Kirkpatrick criticized the Carter administration foreign policy for “lack of realism about the nature of traditional versus revolutionary autocracies and the rela­tion of each to the American national interest.” She also cited that presidency’s twin failings of moralism, which renders it especially vulnerable to charges of hypocrisy” and its “predilection for policies that violate the strategic and economic interests of the United States.”

Those same words apply precisely to the folly of Rubio and Graham. Peace between Israel and its neighbors, and prevention of catastrophic conflict between Iran and the Gulf Arabs, depend on realism about traditional autocracies (e.g., Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) versus revolutionary autocracies (e.g., Khomeinist Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood). Rubio and Graham’s sentimental moralizing gravely undermines U.S. strategic and economic interests as well as chances for greater security and peace in the Middle East.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

5-14-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Stumo: Tariffs are a Necessary Response to China's Intransigence
2. David Horowitz: Democrat Bigots Will Destroy the Country
3. Lowell Ponte: How to Enforce Ethics on Unethical Lawmakers
4. James Hirsen: Dem Presidential Candidates Compete for Hollywood Cash
5. Daniel Greenfield: Why Freedom of Speech Should Apply to Google, Facebook and the Internet


Tariffs are a Necessary Response to China's Intransigence
By Michael Stumo

Beijing has run roughshod over our economic well-being - and there are national security implications to rampant hacking

The talking heads at CNBC are panicked right now about the higher tariffs President Donald Trump just imposed on China. But we’ve heard their alarmism before, along with frightening economic predictions. Why the hysteria about China? The Trump administration just spent months negotiating a seven-chapter trade deal with Beijing. The resulting agreement was intended to address the very trade disputes that compelled the president to take a hard line on China in the first place: intellectual property theft, hacking of trade secrets, forced technology transfer, trade barriers, and currency manipulation. [more...]


Democrat Bigots Will Destroy the Country
By David Horowitz

At a graduation ceremony at Liberty University over the weekend, Vice President Mike Pence warned students that it has become “acceptable and even fashionable to ridicule and discriminate against people of faith,” and that they should “be prepared for persecution.” This was a gentle - one might say Christian - way of describing what has become an all-out war on believers. This war which I have described in my book Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America. This war got into high gear in the 1960s with the banning first of prayer and then of any reference to the Christian foundations of American democracy in the public schools. Once atheism became the only constitutionally protected religion, the war on Christianity became a central source of the political divisions that followed. [more...]


How to Enforce Ethics on Unethical Lawmakers
By Lowell Ponte

Democrats, having lost every previous attempt to destroy Trump, now plan more than a year of rigged hearings before not one, not two, but SIX committees in the House of Representatives. Republicans should play tit for tat by creating a special committee or two in the part of Congress that the GOP controls - the U.S. Senate. Their Senate committee(s) could use every tactic that House Democrats are planning - Stalinist "show trials" of the other party, subpoenas for Democrat tax and other personal records going back many years, questioning about the criminal role of the Democratic National Committee colluding with the Russians to invent the fake "Trump Dossier" used to justify wiretapping and spying on Trump and his people - in effect, letting one party weaponize the FBI and other intelligence agencies for use against the other political party. Republicans in these Senate hearings should question whether Democrats can be trusted with security clearances and even seats in Congress... [more...]


Dem Presidential Candidates Compete for Hollywood Cash
By James Hirsen

When it comes to campaign financing of Democrat presidential hopefuls, Hollywood’s ATM is open for business. One after another, Dem candidates have been heading west to make their withdrawals. While there, they typically try to grab a bit of stardust wherever it can be found. Former veep Joe Biden, mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg, senator from California Kamala Harris, and senator from New Jersey Cory Booker have either already held Left Coast fundraisers or are in the process of scheduling them. [more...]


Why Freedom of Speech Should Apply to Google, Facebook and the Internet
By Daniel Greenfield

“But, it’s a private company.” It’s a familiar argument. Bring up the problem of Google, Facebook and Twitter suppressing conservative speech and many conservatives will retort that it’s a free market. The big dot com monopolies created their own companies, didn’t they? And we wouldn’t want government regulation of business. The talking point that Google, Facebook and Twitter are private companies that can discriminate as they please on their private platforms, and that the First Amendment doesn’t apply, is in the air everywhere. But it overlooks two very simple facts. [more...]

Thursday, May 9, 2019

U.S. Trade Deficit Edges Up To $50.0B as China Deficit Shrinks to Lowest in Five Years

By Jeff Ferry

The U.S. trade deficit in goods and services edged up in March to $50.0 billion, slightly worse than February’s $49.3 billion. But the big news in today’s report from the Department of Commerce was that the U.S. goods deficit with China has fallen significantly, to just $20.7 billion. This indicates that tariffs on Chinese imports are having a substantial impact on China trade.

The China deficit of $20.7 billion is our smallest deficit since March 2014. Moreover, the improvement has come largely through a reduction in imports. In March, our exports to China were $10.4 billion, $1.9 billion lower than the year-ago March. However, our imports were $31.2 billion in March, $7 billion less than the March year-ago figure, and our lowest monthly China imports level in three years. The sharp reduction in our China imports shows that the tariffs are working. This is clearly visible by looking at last year’s data. Our March 2019 exports to China were equivalent to the monthly rate of exports in 2018, $10 billion a month. But on the import side, the picture is very different. Our 2018 imports from China averaged $44.9 billion a month. So far this year, our imports are averaging just $35 billion a month, and falling each month. [more...]

Why Obama was Most Anti-Christian President

By David Horowitz

Which American president changed the White House Christmas cards from being about Christmas or faith to cards featuring the family dogs and similar non-Christmas related subjects?

Which president decorated the White House Christmas tree with ornaments that included figures such as Mao Zedong and a drag queen?

Which president excluded pro-life groups from attending a White House-sponsored healthcare summit?

Which president nominated three pro-abortion ambassadors to the Vatican?  And, on and on...

The answer, of course, is President Barack Obama, the most extreme leftwing figure ever to occupy the White House. Obama’s attacks on Christians earned him the title of “America’s Most Biblically Hostile President” from the website Wallbuilders, which listed these incidents. [more...]

Monday, May 6, 2019

5-7-19 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Stumo: Praising Trump's Decision to Increase China Tariffs
2. Lowell Ponte: The Hypocrisy of the Left
3. James Hirsen: Democrats Launch Preemptive Strike on Barr
4. Adam Andrzejewski: Mapping San Francisco's Human Waste Challenge
5. Crista Huff: Hottest Investing Tips!
6. John LeBoutillier: What's Next for the Dems?


Praising Trump's Decision to Increase China Tariffs
By Michael Stumo

We strongly praise the Trump administration’s decision to increase tariff rates on $200 billion worth of imports from China. President Trump had previously delayed a planned tariff increase - scheduled to take effect in January - to allow more time for negotiations with China to proceed. Because Beijing is slow-walking the current trade discussions, however, the president has announced that the tariffs will rise on Friday from 10 percent to a new rate of 25 percent. Additionally, President Trump said that 25 percent tariffs will also be imposed on a further $325 billion worth of imports from China that currently face no tariffs. The tariffs are working and are helping to grow the U.S. economy. To get America moving again, it’s imperative to reclaim our home market from ‘national champion’ companies that receive massive subsidies from China’s central bank. [more...]


The Hypocrisy of the Left
By Lowell Ponte

Could 'Trump Derangement Syndrome' actually be self-hatred by Democrats? Last Friday a liberal Washington Post editorial warned that President Trump's Attorney General William Barr was going to politicize the Department of Justice and use it as a weapon to destroy the Democrats' 2020 presidential candidates. The Post never mentioned that this is precisely what President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the Democratic National Committee did to Trump in 2016. They condemn Trump because the soon-to-come tactics they fear from him are a subconscious reflection - or projection - of their own sinister values and tactics. [more...]


Democrats Launch Preemptive Strike on Barr
By James Hirsen

The Democratic Party and its willing allies in the mainstream media have a new target in their political sights: Attorney General William Barr who is the latest recipient of the poisonous politics in which Democrats of the extreme partisan kind are engaging. Interestingly, what appears to be lurking in the shadows of the political drama is a kind of raw fear on the part of Democrats who are going on the attack against Attorney General Barr with the goal of destroying the man’s reputation. They are doing so in order to interfere with the efforts of the Department of Justice (DOJ) in unearthing potentially damaging facts relating to the government’s investigation of President Trump. [more...]


Mapping San Francisco's Human Waste Challenge
By Adam Andrzejewski, Author of Operation Drain the Swamp

San Francisco hosts an estimated homeless population of 7,500 people. Affluent sections of the city have become dangerous with open-air drug use, tens of thousands of discarded needles, and, sadly, human feces. Since 2011, there have been at least 118,352 reported instances of human fecal matter on city streets. New mayor, London Breed, won election by promising to clean things up. However, conditions are the same or worse. Last year, the number of reports spiked to an all-time high at 28,084. In first quarter 2019, the pace continued with 6,676 instances of human waste in the public way. [more...]


Hottest Investing Tips!
By Crista Huff

April brought exciting news to the world of mergers & acquisitions, when Chevron (CVX) offered to buy Anadarko Petroleum (APC) for approximately $33 billion. As the sweaty palms of the CEOs were drying after the handshake agreement, Occidental Petroleum (OXY) surprised the market with a competing offer to buy Anadarko for $38 billion in cash and stock. Suddenly, Anadarko management was forced to consider whether to accept the larger buyout offer from the less financially attractive company, or to accept the smaller buyout offer from the more financially attractive and much larger company. [more...]


What's Next for the Dems?
By John LeBoutillier

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we examine the current state of the Trump-Russia-Mueller case. Is it indeed "over" as both Trump and Lindsay Graham announced last week? What can the Democrats do now? Is impeachment still an option? Why did Trump call Putin and talk about the Mueller report? Why is Joe Biden suddenly surging inside the Democratic race? Is he the candidate Trump should most fear? [more...]

Thursday, May 2, 2019

The Scourge of Jew Hatred at UCLA

By David Horowitz

In a stealth campaign to reach students directly, the David Horowitz Freedom Center distributed 1,000 newspapers containing its new report on the rising tide of Jew Hatred and its links to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel on the UCLA campus. Titled “An Epidemic of Jew Hatred on Campus: The Top Ten Neo-Nazi Incidents,” the Freedom Center’s report chronicles horrifying instances of anti-Semitism on prestigious American campuses including UCLA, Columbia University, the University of Minnesota, Tufts University, and the University of Michigan, among others. The report’s introduction stresses the role that the terrorist-funded BDS movement plays in promoting anti-Semitism on campus and draws parallels between BDS and the rhetoric and methods employed by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. [more...]


And here's a link to the full report:
https://stopuniversitysupportforterrorists.org/news/epidemic-jew-hatred-campus-top-ten-neo-nazi-incidents 

5-2-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Stumo: Domestic Producers Tell Congress 'Hands Off' Section 232 Tariff Authority
2. Daniel Greenfield: An 8-Year Media Lie About How the Syrian War Started is Finally Exposed
3. Sally Pipes: Single-Payer Will Fracture Democrats' 2020 Coalition
4. Dawn Perlmutter: Anti-Semitic Symbolic Warfare
5. Adam Andrzejewski: Colleges Benefit from the Student Loan Crisis


Domestic Producers Tell Congress 'Hands Off' Section 232 Tariff Authority
By Michael Stumo

More than 50 different organizations have sent a letter to Congress opposing efforts to weaken a part of U.S. trade law known as Section 232. In 2018, the Trump administration imposed Section 232 tariffs against global overcapacity that was decimating America’s steel and aluminum sectors while threatening national security. The letter’s signatories, including individual companies and trade organizations in such diverse sectors as agriculture, textiles, tooling, and plastics, consider Section 232 to be a crucial part of U.S. trade law for all industries. Other countries have national strategies to develop their industries and to target the U.S. consumer market. These predatory strategies can negatively impact our national security. Threats like that can emerge, change, or evolve quickly. Future presidents should maintain the full flexibility, under Section 232, to assess and respond to these national, and even economic, security threats in a timely manner. [more...]


An 8-Year Media Lie About How the Syrian War Started is Finally Exposed
By Daniel Greenfield

The end of the big lie about the origins of the Syrian Civil War began on the Arizona border. Claas Relotius, a German reporter for Der Spiegel, had written a piece about being embedded with a militia patrolling the Arizona border for illegal migrants. Gullible German leftist readers were regaled with tales of the militia, whose leader called Mexicans "bean eaters" and, at the end of the article, opened fire into the night. It was one of a series of Relotius articles delving into Trump country with novelistic accounts of pro-Trump Americans that confirmed all the stereotypes of Der Spiegel’s readers. But the residents depicted in the Minnesota town in which ‘Where They Pray for Trump on Sundays’ is set quickly pointed out that much of the article was factually wrong and that Relotius had never even bothered talking to the people he claimed to have been writing about. And a woman doing media relations for the militia contacted Der Spiegel and informed the magazine that he had never been there. That was the beginning of the end. [more...]


Single-Payer Will Fracture Democrats' 2020 Coalition
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

Earlier this month, Senator Bernie Sanders released a new version of his plan for "Medicare for All." Four of his competitors for the Democratic presidential nomination - Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Cory Booker - quickly signed on as co-sponsors. They all think Medicare for All is their ticket to the nomination, and ultimately the White House. It's not hard to see why. A recent Reuters survey found that 85 percent of Democrats, and even a slim majority of Republicans, are on board with a single-payer system. But public support for single-payer isn't as solid as it seems. Medicare for All could doom Democrats in the general election - and even fracture the Democratic coalition in 2020 and beyond. [more...]


Anti-Semitic Symbolic Warfare
By Dawn Perlmutter

Cartoons, words, images, symbols and gestures that individually seem trivial, collectively reveal a pattern of stealth anti-Semitism. These continual incidents are casually explained as anti-Semitic tropes. The use of the word 'trope' minimizes the threat, sounds like an unintended blunder and sugarcoats the covert agenda. These are not simply anti-Semitic tropes; they are symbolic warfare tactics used in global information operations that target America, Israel, Jews and Trump supporters. These tactics were successfully used by Hitler and subsequently adopted by Islamists. Symbolic language that evokes anti-Semitic conspiracy theories are skillfully being used by Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib and sanctioned by democrat apologists to incite hatred against Jews, Israel and President Trump. [more...]


Colleges Benefit from the Student Loan Crisis
By Adam Andrzejewski, Author of Operation Drain the Swamp

With university endowments in the $billions, why are our kids and taxpayers being saddled with an almost $2 TRILLION debt? While student loans are allowing even state schools to charge $50k a year, don’t rely on House Financial Services Chair #MaxineWaters to solve this crisis. But there are solutions. [more...]

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

4-30-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Daniel Greenfield: The Passover Massacre and Anti-Semitism in America
2. Jeff Ferry: The U.S. is the World Leader in 5G, but...
3. Lowell Ponte: Biden as Presidential Candidate
4. James Hirsen: Trump Weathers the Democrat Subpoena Storm
5. David Horowitz: Omar Raises Money for Hamas


The Passover Massacre and Anti-Semitism in America
By Daniel Greenfield

A neo-Nazi wannabe killer came to a synagogue in a small California city with a rifle and big dreams of killing Jews. The quiet city where the gunman opened fire is over 2,700 miles away from the headquarters of the New York Times and Politico, but anti-Semitic conspiracy theories have a ubiquitous appeal for socialist fanatics, whether their role model is Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin. The killer's manifesto had expressed hatred not just for Jews, but for Trump as, “Zionist, Jew-loving.” Those were the same sentiments featured in an anti-Semitic cartoon in the New York Times of President Trump wearing a Jewish skullcap and being led around by a long-nosed dog with Prime Minister Netanyahu’s face in another convergence of alt-left and alt-right anti-Semitism. To Politico and to the gunman, a small synagogue in a small city was an outpost of the hidden empire of the Jewish conspiracy. To the alt-left media, a Chabad Rabbi might be the hidden link between Republicans and Moscow. To alt-righters like the gunman, it was a chain in a conspiracy of usury and war. To the New York Times, Politico and the Neo-Nazi killer, President Trump was just a dupe of the Jews. [more...]


The U.S. is the World Leader in 5G, but...
By Jeff Ferry

There is widespread concern in the U.S., ranging from cable TV shows right up to the White House, that the U.S. is losing the race for 5G wireless networks. The concern is right, but the analysis is wrong.  The U.S. is the world leader in 5G networks. We are missing just one piece: the systems integrator. A careful examination of the industry shows how strong our leadership is, and that it would not be hard for the U.S. to provide that one missing piece. Most people have little idea of what goes into a modern Internet network. Essentially, it consists of wireless transmitters and receivers in the cellphone, in a radio base station, larger devices at the base station to aggregate signals from hundreds or thousands of phones, and then devices to send those signals on an underground fiber-optic network back into the Internet. We must build out our own. It’s the supply chain, stupid! [more...]


Biden as Presidential Candidate
By Lowell Ponte

Obama chose Biden as his vice president "for being a dim-bulb lifelong government officeholder who seldom offended because he rarely did anything... a time-tested token white 'step-n-fetchit' without charisma or ideas..." Now that Biden seeks the presidency, Barack Obama refuses to endorse him. Biden desperately needs an exciting leftist vice presidential running mate to balance his ticket. He "needs to pick a running mate (Michelle Obama?) who enthuses the left without being seen as a radical one heartbeat from the presidency. Biden cannot win with an uncharismatic leftist VP, but to pick someone who shines brighter than he does risks becoming John McCain to a charismatic Sarah Palin. [more...]


Trump Weathers the Democrat Subpoena Storm
By James Hirsen

President Donald Trump is experienced in the art of litigation. As a successful real estate entrepreneur, he was able to acquire the skills necessary to maneuver the legal playing field in the rough and tumble Manhattan marketplace. The president has now made a strategic decision to litigate rather than comply with the attempt by Democrats to use their oversight powers to keep a discredited narrative alive. Recently, a significant change took place in the legal approach that the Trump White House adopted... [more...]


Omar Raises Money for Hamas
By David Horowitz

Somalian-American Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is a terrorist. Terror is violence to further a political end and every terrorist organization has political helpers. The IRA had Sinn Fein, which was the political party. Ilhan Omar is raising money for Hamas. The Democratic Party, since the end of the Second World War, has been a party that's favored our enemies. That's just a fact. My new book, Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America exposes the growing persecution of Christians around the world and in the U.S. [more...]

Thursday, April 25, 2019

4-25-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Crista Huff: Should You Buy Qualcomm Stock after its Big Rally?
2. Daniel Greenfield: 6 Dem Senators Sell out Jewish Terror Victims to Restore Cash to Islamic Terrorists
3. Sally Pipes: Pick Your Poison on Dems' Health Care Ideas
4. Christine Douglass-Williams: Sri Lanka Leftist Fallout
5. David Horowitz: Obama Persecuted Christians


Should You Buy Qualcomm Stock after its Big Rally?
By Crista Huff

Poor Qualcomm. Years of ongoing turmoil made Qualcomm (QCOM) the poster child for a feature role in The Book of Job or a country song lamenting the loss of all good things in life. In 2017, Broadcom (AVGO) announced plans to acquire Qualcomm and the stock quickly rose 30%, only to lose all those gains in early 2018 when the U.S. government failed to approve the merger. What typically happens after a stock surges like QCOM just did is that the stock will then pull back and rest before continuing a run-up. I would try to buy Qualcomm stock on a pullback to the low/mid-70s, but there’s no reason that a person with a multi-year investment horizon couldn’t profit from buying QCOM today. [more...]


6 Dem Senators Sell out Jewish Terror Victims to Restore Cash to Islamic Terrorists
By Daniel Greenfield

In 2002, Shmuel Waldman, an American from New Jersey, was shot while boarding a bus in Israel. The terrorist attack killed 2 people and left 40 injured. Among that 40 was Shmuel whose leg was blown apart, forcing him to undergo multiple surgical procedures, and leaving him suffering from PTSD. The terrorist who shot him was Said Ramadan, a “police officer” working for the terrorists who run the Palestinian Authority. The attack had been planned by senior Palestinian Authority officials and the Palestinian Authority viewed Ramadan as a hero. Waldman joined other victims of terrorism in a lawsuit against the terrorist group, which is funded by American taxpayers, under the Antiterrorism Act. [more...]


Pick Your Poison on Dems' Health Care Ideas
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

More than 100 House Democrats have signed onto a new bill from Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal that would outlaw private insurance and force everyone into a government-run health plan. Some other Democrats are leery of Jayapal's bid for "Medicare for All." So, they've rolled out more "moderate" measures that would expand the existing Medicare program. Don't be fooled. Whether branded as Medicare for All or Medicare for More, the Democrats' health reform plans would yield the same thing — a government takeover of the American health care system. [more...]


Sri Lanka Leftist Fallout
By Christine Douglass-Williams

Australia’s “divisive rightwing senator” Fraser Anning has sparked controversy once again after blaming the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on ‘Islamic populations creating violence’... The tweets mark the second time the politician has used a terror attack to comment on Islamic immigration, following similar statements made after the Christchurch mosque attacks last month. The Islamic jihad is very real and expansionary. The West is indeed engaged in a global defense against jihad forces and has not helped itself in this war by adopting policies of open-door immigration. [more...]


Obama Persecuted Christians
By David Horowitz

My new book, Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America exposes the growing persecution of Christians around the world and in the U.S. Former President Obama held a persecution campaign of Christians in the United States during his time in office. If you'll remember, Osama bin Laden, when he declared war on us, the war was declared against the land of the Jews and the Crusaders - the Crusaders being Christians. The Islamists enabled [him] in destroying the oldest Christian community in the world, in Iraq, by Barack Obama, who in his presidency domestically in America, carried on a campaign against Christians. [more...]

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

4-23-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Lowell Ponte: What Kind of "Diversity" Will Accompany the Rebuilding of Notre Dame?
2. James Hirsen: In the Aftermath of the Mueller Report, the Dems are Deeply Divided
3. Karen Kataline: The Leftists' Notion of Consent
4. Christine Douglass-Williams: Young Ahmadis Teach in the Streets that Islam is a Religion of Peace
5. Jeff Ferry: February Trade Deficit Improves 3.4% as China Deficit Hits Best Level in 23 Months
6. John LeBoutillier: Analyzing the Mueller Report


What Kind of "Diversity" Will Accompany the Rebuilding of Notre Dame?
By Lowell Ponte

Easter Week saw the 850-year-old Notre Dame cathedral in Paris partly consumed by flames, which may or may not have been ignited by anti-Christian terrorists. With French President Macron pledging to rebuild Notre Dame within five years, and with donors quickly pledging more than a billion dollars for its restoration, another question has arisen. Will political forces demand that this church built by Christian Roman Catholic faithful be rebuilt today to reflect modern political correctness by including other religions and beliefs? The pressure to do so would demand equal space inside not only for Protestant and Orthodox Christian beliefs, but also a place for France’s fast-growing Muslim population. [more...]


In the Aftermath of the Mueller Report, the Dems are Deeply Divided
By James Hirsen

It turns out that the total deconstruction of the Trump/Russia narrative has actually harmed the Democrats, serving to deeply divide its members over the question of whether to pursue impeachment, which is a major priority for its activist left-wing base. Political leaders in both parties are aware that if the House of Representatives were to hypothetically impeach the president, the Constitution requires a trial in the Senate, whereby a two-thirds majority would need to be secured in order to remove the president from office. Of course, this scenario is highly unlikely, since the GOP holds a 53-47 majority in that chamber. [more...]


The Leftists' Notion of Consent
By Karen Kataline

Leftists are curious creatures. Their tangents exist in vacuums. Take for example, their current tangent about consent as it relates to sex and male/female relationships. There’s no greater contradiction being played out on the national stage than the Leftist notion of consent.  They lecture us about it in one breath but are currently working diligently to force a host of policies on states with Democrat majorities in the next. There is an urgent need for Constitutional Conservatives to take the lead for once and use popular culture to teach one of the most fundamental concepts on which America was founded: The Consent of the Governed. [more...]


Young Ahmadis Teach in the Streets that Islam is a Religion of Peace
By Christine Douglass-Williams

A group of young British men training to be imams are trying to dispel negative perceptions about Islam. This group belongs to the Ahmadiyya community. Negative “perceptions” about Islam are based on cold, hard facts that it is prudent to not ignore. The Ahmadiyya sect, however, is peaceful; but unfortunately, it only makes up one to two percent of Muslims worldwide. Also unfortunate is the fact that Ahmadis try to convince Westerners that Islam is a religion of peace while normative Islam is clearly not peaceful. They take advantage of Western ignorance about Islam. What’s more, Ahmadis are persecuted by mainstream Muslims who do not recognize them as Muslims at all, and their persecutors are merely following the Quran and Sunnah. They need to acknowledge this; they do not. [more...]


February Trade Deficit Improves 3.4% as China Deficit Hits Best Level in 23 Months
By Jeff Ferry

The U.S. trade deficit in goods and services for February was $49.4 billion, an improvement of 3.4 percent over the January figure of $51.1 billion, providing more evidence that tariffs are reducing the U.S. deficit. That’s according to figures published by the Department of Commerce. Equally significant, our goods deficit with China came in at $24.8 billion, nearly $10 billion or 28.1 percent better than January’s $34.5 billion, and our best monthly China deficit figure since March 2017. The China deficit in February tends to be smaller due to the Chinese New Year holiday, but the figures still provide evidence that tariffs are reducing our imports from China. [more...]


Analyzing the Mueller Report
By John LeBoutillier

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we discuss the Mueller Report, its aftermath, and where we go from here. Was Mueller, in fact, too deferential to the office of the President and too fair to Trump? Will Trump now retaliate against the FBI and the "investigators?" Will the Democrats move toward impeachment - or defer to the voters in 2020 to render a judgement of Trump's conduct? [more...]

Monday, April 22, 2019

Horowitz: Sri Lanka is Happening in America


David Horowitz is the author of the new bestseller Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America. His new book exposes the growing persecution of Christians, including the rise in violent acts, here in the U.S.

The Easter massacre of Christians by radical Muslim jihadists in Sri Lanka is but the bloody tip of a genocidal crusade which has taken the lives of hundreds of thousands of Christian innocents since 9/11.

In Iraq, massacres by the most violent and extreme Islamics have wiped out the oldest Christian community in the world, driving the survivors of the attacks into exile. The Christian temple in Mosul had featured Sunday sermons continuously since the time of St. Paul. It is silent now.

President Barack Obama, who never missed an opportunity to lecture Christians about their alleged sins and mistreatments against Muslims, didn’t lift a finger to stop this genocide. [more...]

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Dr. Jerome Corsi NOT Named in Mueller Report

Following the redacted, public release of the Mueller Investigations final report on Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election, suspected Roger Stone accomplice Dr. Jerome Corsis name was nowhere to be found.

Dr. Corsi was pulled into the Mueller investigation in the Fall of last year regarding his alleged involvement with Julian Assange. Muellers team believed that Dr. Corsi had served as an intermediary between Trump advisor Roger Stone and Assange in the release of 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podestas e-mails, a charge Dr. Corsi denied.

Charges against Dr. Corsi were eventually dropped due to an overwhelming lack of evidence, but Dr. Corsi is still fighting back after his privacy was compromised as he was subjected to over 40 hours of interrogation. This final report effectively exonerates Dr. Corsi from any alleged wrongdoing, which Dr. Corsi had claimed from the very beginning.

Dr. Corsi details his experience with Muellers prosecutors in his new book Silent No More: How I Became a Political Prisoner of Mueller’s “Witch Hunt.”