Tuesday, April 24, 2012

4-24-12 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Lessons of the GSA Scandal vs. the Secret Service Scandal
2. Al Fadi: Radical Islam & Allegiance to the USA
3. Doug Johnson: The Romneyconomy: What Mitt Needs to Do to Win
4. Sarah Stern: Talk and More Talk as the Iranian Nuclear Bomb Ticks

Lessons of the GSA Scandal vs. the Secret Service Scandal

The national media is dominated at this moment by two gigantic scandals involving the U.S. government. One involves the GSA - General Services Administration - and their excessive spending on a conference in Las Vegas. The other involves the U.S. Secret Service and their excessive behavior on a Presidential trip to Columbia. Both scandals present valuable lessons about the way our government operates. Let’s start with the GSA. This scandal is far more important and far more indicative of how government operates. It illustrates that government employees are addicted to spending taxpayer money. The GSA spending scandal shows precisely why our country is bankrupt and over $100 trillion in debt and unfunded liabilities. Why? Because government employees are spending OPM - other people’s money. [more...]

Radical Islam & Allegiance to the USA

Can a Muslim seek citizenship from a non-Islamic country? Can a Muslim soldier maintain his/her allegiance to his non-Islamic country? Are Muslim citizens of a non-Islamic country required to separate themselves and dissimilate? These questions and more represent the reality of what the U.S. administration, current and future, might face. This dilemma, although it existed for a long time, was once again made more explicit through a religious decree issued by a Muslim jurist: Dr. Salah al-Sawy, of the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), which can be read here. In this fatwa, the Islamic jurist, Dr. al-Sawy, prohibits his fellow Muslims to freely seek the citizenship of a non-Islamic country (i.e. the USA), calling it a form of apostasy (a crime under Sharia Law punishable by death). His claim is based on the grounds that such action by a Muslim is a show of disloyalty to Islamic laws and willingness to obey non-Islamic laws, which is a clear contradiction of what Islam stands for. [more...]

The Romneyconomy: What Mitt Needs to Do to Win

Romney needs a clear plan to win against Obama. What he’s done in the primaries won’t work for him in the general election. The Republican establishment feels that Romney is the best man to beat President Obama in the upcoming election. Yet Romney’s campaign has not showed us that they have a winning strategy against Obama. To date, all they’ve really done is compete with other Republicans. They’ve done so not by articulating a clear plan to fix what ails America. Rather, they’ve grossly outspent their competitors and used that money to beat them down with attack ads. If Mitt and his campaign think they can win by doing the same to Obama, then they’re in for a rude awakening. They need a clear plan to win. I recommend... [more...]

Talk and More Talk as the Iranian Nuclear Bomb Ticks
By Sarah N. Stern, Founder and President of the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET)

There is a very dangerous school of thought throughout the West that was succinctly expressed to me a few years back by a State Department Official. “Talking,” he said with a great deal of confidence, “is always better than not talking.  After all, what harm can words do?” Plenty. After the' P5 plus 1 talks'  (The United States, The Russian Federation, China, Great Britain, France, plus Germany), adjourned in Istanbul last Sunday, European Union Chief Negotiator, Catherine Ashton said, “The day-long talks at an Istanbul conference center did not yield an agreement on specific curbs to Iran’s nuclear program, but U.S. and European officials described the negotiations as ‘constructive and useful’ and said a second round had been set for May 23 in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.” [more...]

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