Tuesday, November 6, 2012

11-6-12 Expert Election Day Guests for Your Show

1. Dave Bego: Big Labor's Election Intimidation Factor
2. Wayne Allyn Root: The Obama Farewell Tour
3. Kyle Olson: Teacher Union Political Clout Will be tested with Ballot Proposals throughout the Nation
4. Diana West: More Details on Benghazi

Big Labor's Election Intimidation Factor

Across the country, people have been speaking out against union election intimidation, including both union and non-union employees who are outraged by Big Labor’s attempt to steal the election for its last hope of survival, President Barack Obama. The materials being used by labor unions are an outrage, and if an employer utilized any of these methods towards their employees, they would be crucified by the mainstream media! Yet none of these ruthless, bullying tactics have been explored by the mainstream media. Either the media agencies are philosophically in sync with Big Labor, or they are terrified that Big Labor will attempt to eliminate the media outlet’s revenue source by bullying its advertisers. [more...]

The Obama Farewell Tour

The Romney landslide I predicted back on May 30th, and in the media virtually every day since then, is materializing. The signs are everywhere that Obama is enjoying his farewell tour. These are the last days of his political career. Read on and experience the signs of the huge defeat coming today. Protected by the biased liberal mainstream media and polls overpopulated with Democrats (based on the 2008 election turnout), most Americans haven’t a clue of the trouncing Obama is about to experience. As a matter of fact, I’ve been a guest on several liberal talk shows of late where they actually think Obama’s reelection is a lock. They see a light at the end of the tunnel, but they have no clue it’s a train bearing down on them. Tonight will be a very long and sad night for Democrats. [more...]

Teacher Union Political Clout Will be tested with Ballot Proposals throughout the Nation

By the time the election dust clears on Wednesday morning, we should have a better idea of how much clout teachers unions have with the public these days. Education reform and school funding debates have been raging in states and communities throughout the nation, and voters will be asked to solve many of those disputes at the polls tomorrow. The issues range from acceptance or rejection of sweeping education reforms, proposed tax increases to finance public schools, the future of collective bargaining privileges for teachers unions, the existence of charter schools, the ability of one state to forcibly manage failing schools, and the ability of citizens to control runaway public employee pension costs. [more...]

More Details on Benghazi

On September 17, Reuters ran a story headlined: "Intel agencies warned U.S. Embassy in Egypt of possible violence." That's nice. So why didn't "intel agencies" warn the US Embassy in Libya of possible violence, too? Presumably because the "intel agences" -- Petraeus' CIA, no doubt -- were focused on a "video threat" in Egypt, not in Libya, and on September 10 they cabled the embassy in Egypt accordingly. Egypt was indeed jump-starting another Islamic rage cycle from a Youtube video clip, "Innocence of Muslims," whose producer, incredibly, remains in jail on "parole violations." But, conveniently forgotten amid the many administration statements that there was no forewarning of an attack in Libya, AQ leader Ayman al-Zawaheri uploaded a video of his own on September 9 and 10 calling for Libyans to attack the U.S. to avenge the U.S. killing of a senior AQ leader from Libya, Yahya al-Libi. This video apparently went ignored by these same "intel agencies." [more...]

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