Wednesday, August 14, 2013

8-14-13 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Dave Bego: Desperate Unions Grow Weary of Phony Distractions
2. Chad Hovind: Pastors, Preaching, and Political Correctness
3. Kyle Olson: School Lunch Lady Admits First Lady’s Food Overhaul is Designed to Change American Culture

Desperate Unions Grow Weary of Phony Distractions

Big Labor bosses are facing the increasing realization that their organizations are rapidly facing extinction. Faced with this stark reality, they grow increasingly tired of phony promises and betrayal from a phony president. A trifecta of difficulties, consisting of recent revelations of the impact Obamacare will have on union costs and membership, the weakening of support for "card check" legislation, and the increasing popularity and passage of "Right-to-Work" laws have the "gasping dinosaurs" very nervous. Union membership is at a 50-year low, representing a mere 11.3% of the total workforce and 6.7% of the private workforce. These statistics have Big Labor bosses fighting mad at the lack of return from their campaign investments for the president and desperate enough to attempt any and all options to rebuild declining membership. [more...]

Pastors, Preaching, and Political Correctness

The landscape of news has been littered with Al Sharpton and Jim Wallis (as well as others), telling us that people of faith must endorse immigration reform, environmental initiatives, and socialism. When Ted Cruz's pastor correctly warned this week about the historic dangers of socialism and compared it to the path the United States is on, many freaked out, calling this kind of faith-based analysis inappropriate.  I say, "Way to go!" We need more voices arguing for what's right. [more...]

School Lunch Lady Admits First Lady’s Food Overhaul is Designed to Change American Culture

There’s another student revolt over the First Lady's "healthy" school lunch regulations. And, of course, the students are to blame, according to school officials. Sally Rathje, director of food services for Ohio’s Delaware City School District, told ThisWeekNews that as a result of the new federal school lunch standards, there was a 7 percent reduction in total meals provided and an 11 percent decline in total revenue last school year. The paper’s story carries the headline, "Delaware students foiling cafeteria food’s evolution." Rathje’s reason is disturbing: "We are changing the culture in America right now. We are trying to change our behavior and taste patterns. It won’t happen overnight. It takes time," she told the paper. Is it really the duty of lunch ladies to change "the culture in America?" [more...]

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