Tuesday, August 11, 2015

8-11-15 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Trump is 'Relentless'
2. Richard Mgrdechian: Rally the Youth
3. James Hirsen: Trump's Star Power Alters the Course of the GOP Primary
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: The Top Scenarios for Trump in the Presidential Race
5. Lowell Ponte: Social Security Turns 80... Its Days May Be Numbered
6. Joe Messina: The Problem with "Mainstream" Christianity
7. John LeBoutillier: Political Predictions on Political Insiders

Trump is 'Relentless'

How the heck is Donald Trump still in the GOP presidential race, let alone winning? How can he offend so many people, yet still sit at the top of the polls? The opinion makers and TV experts just don’t understand his appeal. Well I get it. I’m the author of a new book called, The Power of RELENTLESS. If Hollywood central casting created a prototype for relentless, it would be "The Donald." [more...]

Rally the Youth

Charles Krauthammer recently made a great point about the voting habits of young people and how so many of them continually vote for candidates who clearly do not have their best interests at heart. This is particularly true on college campuses, which have become so politically correct that even ultra-benign comedian Jerry Seinfeld vowed he would never perform there again because of the hostility he has to deal with for anything even the least bit edgy. Why is this the case? What happens on these campuses that causes people to so vociferously attack their own (formerly) inalienable rights without even realizing it? The simplest answer would be indoctrination, but the deeper question would be "what is the exact nature of this indoctrination?" Is it purely the teachers in the classroom, or is it something else? I would argue for the latter. [more...]

Trump's Star Power Alters the Course of the GOP Primary

We undoubtedly live in a celebrity-driven culture, one in which the public frequently looks to celebrities with admiration, loyalty, and adulation. These days, however, many are "famous for being famous," but Trump is unique, even for those who are under the fame umbrella. Trump's television fame has been built on a celebrity image specifically associated with leadership. He is one of the most renowned individuals to ever enter the presidential race. However, along with the celebrity status that accompanies routine television appearances, Trump's reality show served to solidify his brand; and not just a run-of-the-mill brand, but the brand of being a tremendously powerful leader. Millions of viewers who tuned in already had a preconception of him as such and viewed him favorably as a decisive figure. The nine other GOP candidates who were on the platform at last week's debate have Trump to thank, in great part, for being given the chance to communicate their ideas to such a huge group of voters. Many of the debate participants were able to significantly increase their name recognition, among other things, and what Trump brought with him to the stage beneficially spilled over onto them. [more...]

The Top Scenarios for Trump in the Presidential Race

One scenario I can envision is that with an electorate that is angry, frustrated and upset with the current administration and the Republican Congress, an anti-Washington outrage might take over the Republican presidential race.  Giving Trump the Republican nomination would send a strong message to both parties that business-as-usual is over and Americans will hold both parties accountable for America going off track.  Many voters are truly upset that they gave the House and Senate to the Republican Party in recent elections and major issues are still not resolved. Obamacare has not been repealed.  Illegal immigration continues unabated.  Our military has been slashed, while we are being threatened with ISIS and the potential for terrorist attacks at home. The Iran nuclear deal has further deteriorated our security and America is at risk of an Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) attack that the current administration continues to ignore, preferring to fight climate change (a non-crisis). Add to this a very anemic economy and over 93 million Americans of working age who are unemployed. [Go here for a complete analysis...]

Social Security Turns 80... Its Days May Be Numbered

Today Social Security and its related benefit programs, Medicare and Medicaid, are running short of money – and are in real trouble. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is expected to run out of money in 2016.  President Obama's administration relaxed its qualifications, and SSDI beneficiaries increased by 50 percent, to more than 10 million. This is almost as many as have full-time jobs in all of manufacturing. Social Security was supposed to keep Americans safe from old age poverty – but Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare are rapidly running out of money.  Its rising taxes on younger workers might soon drive them into poverty and leave millions unable to retire. [more...]

The Problem with "Mainstream" Christianity

More and more "mainstream" Christians are finding it necessary to dance around or water down the true meanings of God's word and commandments so people around them won't think they are too harsh or "religious." What would cause someone that says they believe in something to change it or ignore parts of it to make themselves feel better? Not to disrespect my Catholic friends... BUT, for example, Rep. Pelosi is, in her words, a "devout Catholic."  How can that be? Pelosi says she is a devout Catholic; however, she believes in abortion while the church and scripture are against abortion. She is an advocate of same sex marriage; however, the Catholic Church is opposed to same sex marriage. So what Catholic Church or doctrine is she really following? [more...]

Political Predictions on Political Insiders

How will Donald Trump's performance in the debate impact the GOP race?  Did the establishment political press – yet again – misread Trump's appeal? Is Hillary in more dire political trouble than most people realize? With Senator Schumer now voting against the Iran Nuclear Deal, will opponents be able to override a Presidential veto? What will happen after Labor Day when Congress votes on it? This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS – live on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET. [more...]

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