Wednesday, March 18, 2015

3-18-15 Great Guests for Your Show

1. John Casey: FL Governor Rick Scott, Secretary of State John Kerry Both Lose Spat over Climate
2. Joseph Klein: Obama Whitewashes Iranian Terrorism
3. Bill Tatro: In the End, the Government Wins Again... if You Let Them
4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: NFL Early Retirement
5. John LeBoutillier: The Kerry for P.O.T.U.S. '16 plan

FL Governor Rick Scott, Secretary of State John Kerry Both Lose Spat over Climate
We can only laugh and shake our heads to see the antics of both Secretary of State Kerry and Florida Governor Rick Scott as they throw darts at each other’s party and their knowledge, or lack thereof, on the subject of climate change. The latest spat is driven by comments from the ever incredulous Secretary of State John Kerry when he indirectly condemned Governor Scott’s apparent silent policy of prohibiting state employees using terms like "climate change," and "global warming." Kerry’s counter to Scott’s unwritten policy came via a diatribe at the Atlantic Council this week. Kerry said " what right do people stand up and just say 'I dispute that’ or 'I deny that’ ...when science tells us that our climate is changing and human beings are largely causing that change." It was a media sop that would have carried even more weight if he were right about the "science" of climate change. Sadly, he was not.

In his new book, Dark Winter: How the Sun is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell, scientist John L. Casey, a former White House national space policy advisor, NASA headquarters consultant and space shuttle engineer, tells the truth about ominous changes taking place in the climate and the sun. [more...]

Obama Whitewashes Iranian Terrorism

The Obama administration is shamelessly whitewashing the Iranian regime’s state sponsorship of global terrorism, no doubt to help soften Iran’s image in preparation for trying to foist a bad nuclear deal on the American people. It also did the same thing for Iran’s jihadist proxy terrorist group, Hezbollah. The administration’s most recent unclassified version of the Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community report published on February 26, 2015, delivered to the U.S. Senate by National Intelligence director James Clapper, conspicuously omitted any reference to the ongoing terrorist threat posed by Iran and Hezbollah. While acknowledging that Iran remains "an ongoing threat to U.S. national interests," the report noted Iran’s "intentions to dampen sectarianism, build responsive partners, and deescalate tensions with Saudi Arabia." The report also noted Iran's commitment of more resources to the fight against the Sunni extremists of the Islamic State. [more...]

In the End, the Government Wins Again... if You Let Them

When it comes to wills, most people procrastinate.  They say, "I’ll get to that later," "I don’t have enough money to worry about," or "It’s way too expensive."  Most recently a colleague of mine quoted an appalling statistic - appalling because for over 30 years I have been calling out to America through radio, television, newspapers, seminars and the Internet, to get their legal/financial affairs in order. The statistic he quoted was that in 2014, 72% of all the deceased in America passed away without so much as a simple will.  Was he accurate?  I have no reason to believe he wasn’t but if even only half of his statistic was true, the number is stunning. The reality is that procrastination is a decision - to allow the government, the courts and attorneys to determine the what, who and how of the distribution of your assets and even the guardianship of your children. [more...]

NFL Early Retirement

It’s the American dream to become your own boss and own your own business. Additionally, it’s an American idealistic fantasy to be able to retire in your 20’s, but surprisingly it’s not the typically logical path if you are a signed athlete with the National Football League. It must be the love of the game for these men that keeps them going season after season. Perhaps it’s the adoration and addiction to fame, or the notoriety and power; or perhaps it is because football is all they know and they don’t know how to handle the ridiculous amounts of money they make. Whatever it is, the NFL is an American favorite, and very few of these professional athletes opt out of their contracts early... until now. [more...]

The Kerry for P.O.T.U.S. '16 plan

In 2004, John Kerry lost to President George W. Bush, but came close - if 50,000 votes had switched sides in Ohio, John Forbes Kerry who, back at St. Paul's School in Concord, N.H., patterned himself after the first JFK all the way down to the hairstyle and extra-long shirt cuffs - would have been the 44th president of the United States. As a competitive politician, Kerry has never given up the dream of living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Now, as secretary of State, he sees a path to the White House. [more...]

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