Thursday, February 12, 2015

2-12-15 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Even if Obama Never Said 'I Will Stand with Muslims,' It’s Exactly What He Meant
2. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Benson's Battle for His Billions
3. Bill Tatro: Greece is Totally Bankrupt
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: The End of the Mainstream Media Pt. 2
5. John LeBoutillier: Why Jeb Bush Is Polling Badly, But GOP Donors are Crazy about Him

Even if Obama Never Said 'I Will Stand with Muslims,' It’s Exactly What He Meant

Many conservatives believe that Obama wrote "I will stand with the Muslims," in his autobiography. While those were not his exact words, his actions indicate it is exactly what he meant. Many defenders of Obama say that is too simplistic of an interpretation and the words have been taken out of context. The reference came in a paragraph where Obama discussed prejudice against different races and religions. He made it clear that it’s unfair for people to jump to conclusions and tar all members of one race or religion with the deeds of one small group of people. Defenders of Obama believe he promised only to defend Muslims against that kind of prejudice. They interpret his words to mean he promised to defend Muslims against the kind of unfair internment Japanese-Americans faced during World War II. I agree Obama’s remarks are open to interpretation. The problem is his actions today are so toxic, as to convince many of us that he meant the words, "I will stand with the Muslims." Judge for yourself. Actions speak louder than words. [more...]

Benson's Battle for His Billions

On Tuesday, a New Orleans judge ruled that Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson must undergo a physical and mental exam by three physicians as family members still continue to fight over his mental competency (also known as fighting over his money). The billionaire wrote a note back in January that announced he was severing financial ties with his daughter and children and therefore planned to pass on future ownership of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans professional sports teams to his third wife instead. Of course, money gluttony led the forever money hungry family members to try and convince the judge that their dear old patriarch is mentally incompetent to do such things and is causing damage to the family trust. [more...]

Greece is Totally Bankrupt

Most recently, the Chief Economist for CitiGroup stated that if Greece were to exit the European Union there would be "a financial collapse and a deeper recession than the country is already experiencing - probably a depression." The European Parliament President warned ominously that Greece risks National bankruptcy. The irony of all of this is that Greece is already in a depression and is totally bankrupt. Those who wish to continue the status quo, including much of the progressive mainstream media, would have you believe otherwise. [more...]

The End of the Mainstream Media Pt. 2

Brian Williams, NBC’s anchor for the “Nightly News” program, has been suspended for six months without pay for apparently telling a war story that was not true.  Other criticisms have emerged about potentially false stories.  That’s a possible financial blow to a program that has gone from 20 million viewers, years ago, to about 9 million viewers recently. Jon Stewart, Comedy Central’s host of “The Daily Show” plans to leave his “fake news show” after about 16 years.  The loss of Jon Stewart will negatively impact Comedy Central. In the Drudge Report, we read this week about the “END OF THE REAL NEWS” and the “END OF THE FAKE NEWS.”  Although skeptical viewers might ask the question, does the mainstream media report on “real news” or simply "progressive socialist narratives?" [more...]

Why Jeb Bush Is Polling Badly, But GOP Donors are Crazy about Him

The 2016 race for the Republican presidential nomination is off and running; but already the race has seen some bad decisions which will negatively impact the outcome 18 months from now. The withdrawal of 2012 nominee Mitt Romney has unleashed a stampede of GOP donors and bundlers, most of them to former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.). This is despite the fact that Bush is a surprisingly desultory candidate. His performance in Detroit last week - in what was billed as his first national campaign appearance - was weak and lackluster. He does not connect well - at least so far - with GOP primary voters.

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