Thursday, March 5, 2015

3-5-15 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Bibi Destroys Iran and Obama with One Masterful Speech
2. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Personal Business Breach – Another Clinton Transgression
3. John Casey: It's an Ice Age for Sure
4. John LeBoutillier: This Week on Political Insiders

Bibi Destroys Iran and Obama with One Masterful Speech

Americans and the world got a lesson in chutzpah with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu's speech before Congress on Tuesday. That’s the Jewish word for "balls." No one else in the world could have pulled off what Bibi did. Talk about a masterful speech. Netanyahu walked into a joint session of the U.S. Congress like he owned it, like he was the President of the United States. He received 29 standing ovations. If you just dropped in from another planet, you might have assumed you were watching U.S. President Netanyahu give his State of the Union. Keep in mind Bibi is the leader of a tiny nation with the population of some anonymous, obscure African nation. Yet he held court over the U.S. Congress for almost an hour like he was the most powerful man in the world, like he was the leader of America, Russia, China, the U.K. or Germany. That takes chutzpah. [more...]

Personal Business Breach – Another Clinton Transgression

While former President Bill Clinton was shocked to learn that the artist who painted a portrait of him hanging in the National Portrait Gallery had also discreetly included Monica Lewinsky’s dress shadow in the painting, the rest of the nation was shocked to learn that Hillary Clinton only used a personal e-mail address during her tenure as Secretary of State. And it turns out that her more casual way of conducting business may have violated federal requirements. It is extremely unusual for such a high-office official to use their personal account professionally. I’d give her a break if she slipped up between her different mobile in boxes occasionally, but it turns out that she didn’t even have a government e-mail address. Fortunately, this is not the norm within our government, since it’s an obvious security risk in addition to being more difficult to track e-mail records. [more...]

It's an Ice Age for Sure
Climate change has been a volatile issue for years, even amongst leading scientists and researchers from other disciplines. 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. The fact is the Earth had been in a cooling cycle that began in 1996 when the sun entered a cycle of reduced radiation. Such cycles were well known and most dramatically tied to the mini-ice age that occurred between 1300 and 1850. Solar observers had noticed many centuries ago that when there were few sunspots - magnetic storms - on the surface of the Sun, the Earth got colder. This has become especially dramatic because, on February 17 a post on called for a discussion of the fact that "The Sun has gone quiet again during the weakest solar cycle in more than a century." The post says, "If history is a guide, it is safe to say that weak solar activity for a prolonged period of time can have a negative impact on global temperatures in the troposphere which is the bottom-most layer of Earth's atmosphere - and where we all live." [more...]

This Week on Political Insiders

On this week's POLITICAL INSIDERS, we discussed the Iran nuke deal, the controversy surrounding the Israeli Prime Minister's visit to D.C., the Homeland Security Department funding fiasco and the 2016 presidential race. Watch our shows here: Sunday Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. The DotCom. [more...]

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