Tuesday, June 17, 2014

6-17-14 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: The Minimum Wage Trojan Donkey
2. Joe Messina: The California Voting Rights Act
3. Sandy Botkin: Choosing a Successor for Your Business
4. Joseph Klein: Leader of Jihadist Onslaught in Iraq Released on Obama's Watch
5. John LeBoutillier: Iraq, Hillary's Book, and the Shocking Eric Cantor Defeat

The Minimum Wage Trojan Donkey

Monday the International Monetary Fund (IMF) joined with labor unions, big government progressives and other pro-wealth-redistributionists in nudging the U.S. government to mandate increasing the U.S. minimum wage from $7.25 to $10 an hour. The IMF downgraded U.S. GDP growth by 40% this year to 2% this year, yet they still view increasing the U.S. minimum wage as part of the solution. But bestselling author and conservative spokesman Wayne Allyn Root believes pushing wages up is part of the problem, not the solution. "Like most progressive ideas, it sounds appealing to the public, which is struggling to stay afloat in today's stagflationary U.S. economy, but in reality it's a farce – a giant Trojan Donkey,” says Root. Watch Wayne's Video [more...]

The California Voting Rights Act

California legislators have once again decided they know best. Instead of fixing our infrastructure, getting our debt under control, and making sure we weren't the most welfare-friendly state in the union, they come up with another drug-induced law called the CVRA, the California voting rights act (signed into law in 2002). The law, in its simplest form (obviously crafted by the same people who wrote Obamacare) says that because minorities seem to have a hard time getting elected in local races, intervention is needed to make it an almost sure win. The California legislators decided that because many cities and towns didn't seem to reflect the demographics of the locals, they needed to step in. Let me translate for you: too many Republicans were winning seats in local elections and they needed to change that. [more...]

Choosing a Successor for Your Business

Most people are so business growing their business that planning the business succession goes on the backburner. It is critical that succession be considered. After all, why not reap the rewards of your success with a great retirement as well as keeping the business in the family?  Here are some thoughts that you need to consider, which will apply to ANY business owner... The bottom line: Selling a business can really beef up your retirement. However, you must consider these factors several years in advance before you consider retiring or the business might just die off leaving your family with nothing. [more...]

Leader of Jihadist Onslaught in Iraq Released on Obama's Watch

On October 22nd, 2007, Osama bin Laden admitted in an audiotape, entitled "Message to the people of Iraq," that al Qaeda was losing the war in Iraq because it had made mistakes and no longer had the allegiance of Sunni insurgents who had switched sides. When Barack Obama became president on January 20, 2009, the war in Iraq was essentially won. The al Qaeda-backed insurgency was reduced to smoldering embers. George W. Bush's surge had succeeded. Safely behind bars at the time was Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, an al Qaeda-linked point man who was imprisoned at Camp Bucca in Iraq, after being captured by U.S. forces in 2005. According to a Pentagon assessment at the time, al Baghdadi "would kidnap individuals or entire families, accuse them, pronounce sentence and then publicly execute them." However, the Obama administration decided to shut down the Bucca prison camp and hand over its prisoners to the Iraqi government, including Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, in 2009. The Iraqi government later released him. Al Baghadi boasted to the U.S. soldiers who had held him prisoner, "I’ll see you in New York." [more...]

Iraq, Hillary's Book, and the Shocking Eric Cantor Defeat

On this week's POLITICAL INSIDERS, we discussed: the political implications of the potential collapse of Iraq; the troubled rollout of Hillary's new book; and the shocking Eric Cantor defeat.  Watch our shows here: Sunday Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. [more...]

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