Tuesday, March 31, 2015

3-31-15 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Joseph Klein: A Message from Pro-Freedom Iranians to Obama
2. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Bush vs. Cruz - Stark Contrast in Strategy
3. James Hirsen: Indiana Gov. Pence and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
4. Wayne Allyn Root: Harry Reid: The Poster Child for Term Limits
5. Joe Messina: The UN's Gotta Go
6. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Governor Pence, No Deed Goes Unpunished... Good or Not
7. John LeBoutillier: The Big Sham inside a Possible Kerry-Iran Nuclear Deal

A Message from Pro-Freedom Iranians to Obama

When the Iranian people rose up in June of 2009 to protest the fraudulent re-election of former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, they were brutally suppressed. Gross human rights abuses have continued during the so-called "moderate" Rouhani's presidency. Journalists, students, women's rights advocates and members of civil society languish in jail. Executions have increased. Thus, President Obama should not hold his breath waiting for a candid response to his message from the Iranian people suffering under their regime's tyrannical rule. However, if they could write him a letter, perhaps it would read something like the following: [more...]

Bush vs. Cruz - Stark Contrast in Strategy

The Jeb Bush strategy appears to be about getting the top Republican donors to support his potential campaign.  That's why he has been following a so-called shock and awe campaign with about five dozen fund-raisers in the early months.  If Jeb Bush manages to snag the bulk of major contributors, it might turn out to be a very small field of presidential candidates after all.  Overall, Jeb Bush's strategy is to leverage the good will associated with his last name, family friends, advisers, and donor network.  Senator Ted Cruz is following a much different strategy.  It appears that he is following a "disruptive strategy" - in other words, following an approach that confuses the competition and throws them off guard.  If followed properly and creatively, it can totally beat the competition and do so before they realize how to react to it.  Ted Cruz's early announcement (before April 1st) is disruptive in nature.  Why?  The answer lies in when donations are reported. Rather than seek to corral the big donors of the traditional Republican establishment, Senator Ted Cruz appears to be seeking a large number of small "retail" donors from small businesses, the tea party, and everyday voters fed up with Washington. [more...]

Indiana Gov. Pence and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence recently signed a piece of legislation into law, Senate Bill 101, which is titled the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The legislation has the specific design of prohibiting government from interference with an individual's right to freely exercise his or her religion. According to Gov. Pence "... it essentially says, if a government is going to compel you to act in a way that violates your religious beliefs, there has to be a compelling state interest. The U.S. Constitution and the Indiana Constitution both provide strong recognition of the freedom of religion but today, many people of faith feel their religious liberty is under attack by government action," Gov. Pence indicated. Responding to critics, he told reporters that the bill was "not about discrimination. If I thought it legalized discrimination in any way I would've vetoed it." [more...]

Harry Reid: The Poster Child for Term Limits

Senator Reid's last few years in the Senate have been so filled with falls, injuries, medical emergencies and embarrassing statements, I actually felt sorry for him. I wish him a wonderful retirement. It's time for golf, grandchildren and cruises to Mexico. Harry Reid clearly made the right decision for the country, the Senate, the people of Nevada and himself. Then there's Harry Reid's record. By moving from a pro-gun, NRA-endorsed, "Conservative Democrat" upon entering the Senate... to Obama's point man for an extreme left radical agenda, Harry did great damage to the U.S. economy, our children's future and his own legacy. [more...]

The UN's Gotta Go

Why does the President of these Unites States continue to hold the UN in such high esteem? Talk about a bunch of self-loving, overpowered failures. They get more things wrong than POTUS does. Last year Iran was chosen to head up the UN Human Rights Council... really! That's the same council that, just years before, asked for Human Rights inspectors to be sent to Iran to investigate numerous human rights violations. At the time, Iran refused access to the UN inspectors. Does this sound like a cooperative nation or one that should now be leading the council? I think not. [more...]

Governor Pence, No Deed Goes Unpunished... Good or Not

Indiana Governor Mike Pence stirred up a controversy after signing a religious freedom bill into law this week. The problem is not so much against religious freedom, but rather that the law could be used by people or companies to discriminate against others using religion as the basis of their argument. Critics suggest that this leaves lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans-genders exceptionally open to being discriminated against (more than they already currently are). The timing of Pence's bill was poor planning on his part, and very bad for state business affairs. This comes right as the NCAA Tournament's final four are about to play, and in the very same year that the nationally popular basketball tournament is based out of the state of Indiana. When businesses are threatening to boycott the state, and the state is already paying mega bucks to host the tournament, it would have been financial suicide for the governor to sit back and wait for the controversial aftermath of a mess to settle down. Therefore, the logical thing to do is to take action. The coming days will show how motivated Governor Pence is towards clarifying the intentions behind his bill. [more...]

The Big Sham inside a Possible Kerry-Iran Nuclear Deal

As a key component of a possible 2016 campaign for president, Kerry badly wants a nuclear deal with Iran as he believes he might win the Nobel Peace Prize for this accord. And that accomplishment will launch his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. He very well knows that one of the sticking points to this controversial Iran deal will be on-site inspections of Iranian military sites, where it is suspected that secret, underground nuclear weapons development is ongoing in violation of current agreements - despite claims by Tehran that its nuclear program is solely for "peaceful, civilian purposes." How will Kerry handle this on-site inspection issue? [more...]

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