Tuesday, December 17, 2013

12-17-13 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Is President Obama 'too big to jail?'
2. Dr. Larry Kawa: Your Obamacare Insurance Policy: Now You See It, Now You Don’t
3. Joe Messina: Santa is White
4. John LeBoutilllier: What Does Speaker Boehner's Attack on Conservatives Mean for the Future of the GOP?
5. Kerry Lutz: Ten Reasons Why It's Better to Be a Floridian Than a New Yorker
6. Christina Tobin: Google: "Do No Evil"

Is President Obama 'too big to jail?'

How lawless is the Obama administration? Many of the dirty deeds and scandals of Obama & Co. are public knowledge. Let's start with the most astonishing. Many citizens are aware that because of Obamacare, millions of Americans are losing their health care coverage. Is this incompetence, or criminal fraud?  One thing is certain: it would be fraud if a private sector CEO knew that millions of customers would lose their insurance, yet repeated the same lie over and over - "If you like your health insurance, you can keep it. Period." Why would we not hold a politician to the same standard? [more...]

Your Obamacare Insurance Policy: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

In what can only be described as another bizzare glitch, apparently the Obamacare Web site has been issuing phantom policies to thousands of honest hardworking Americans. Essentially the Web site was taking down all of your information, including your Social Security number and banking information, and then tells you that you have a health insurance policy. However, because of another Obamacare Web site glitch with what are known as "834 Transaction Forms," the troubled federal Web site never really recorded that you had purchased a health insurance policy. If the federal government doesn't have a record of your health insurance policy, guess what?  You don't have a health insurance policy. Even though you did everything right and purchased your Obamacare policy, they took away your policy when you thought you had it. Now you see it; now you don't. [more...] Watch Dr. Kawa on FBN

Santa is White

A young lady recently wrote a piece describing how Santa, being white, made her feel bad and alienated her from the other kids because she was black. Well, we can’t change the truth and no matter what, we will never make everyone feel good. A young child feels bad because she is black and Santa is white? Who taught her that white people can’t or don’t love blacks, Asians, brown skin, or whatever term you want to use? What a great way to keep racism alive in America. To coin a phrase from another well-known Joe, “what a bunch of malarkey!” [more...]

What Does Speaker Boehner's Attack on Conservatives Mean for the Future of the GOP?

Is Speaker Boehner’s attack on conservative groups a turning point for the GOP – or another sign of a political party coming apart at the seams? Where have all the scandals gone – why hasn’t the GOP-controlled House gone after the IRS, NSA, Fast and Furious, Reporters’ Subpoena-Gate, and Benghazi more aggressively? What does the Raul Castro handshake mean – both politically and in terms of the Obama foreign policy? This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at our new time: 7:25 PM ET. [more...]

Ten Reasons Why It's Better to Be a Floridian Than a New Yorker

1) No More Confiscatory Income Tax; 2) No More Ridiculous Anti-Gun Laws; 3) The Weather; 4) No Drunken Santas Puking in the Street; 5) Less Real Estate Taxes; 6) Less Sales Taxes; 7) No Death Taxes; 8) Better Highways; 9) Everything is Cleaner; 10) Free Parking at the Beach [more...]

Google: "Do No Evil"

The federal government is fighting Google in court related to the Foreign Information Surveillance Act Orders Google receives.  Google has filed for a Declaratory Judgment which would, in effect, explain what Google's first amendment rights are regarding national security-related requests for user data gathered by the mega corporation, including whether it is allowed to publish information regarding such requests. It's extraordinary to have giant corporations fighting for basic first amendment rights, especially in a society that is becoming more jaded about the rights of corporations to do as they please.  Privacy rights are of the utmost importance and we applaud these companies and organizations for standing up to the government on behalf of their users. [more...]

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