Tuesday, October 27, 2015

10-27-15 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: The Next Republican Debate
2. Patrick Wood: The New Legal System Driving Sustainable Development
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Speaker of the House Drama
4. Daniel Greenfield: U.S. Soldiers Will Fight on the Ground in Iraq, Just Don't Call it That
5. John LeBoutillier: Does Hillary Now Have a Clear Path to the Nomination? Is Ben Carson Now a Threat to The Donald?
6. James Hirsen: Hillary's Smoking Guns

The Next Republican Debate

The third Republican presidential debate takes place this Wednesday. Keep your eyes on the interaction between Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Is Trump going to be able to criticize Ben Carson and continue to lead in the polls?  Or, will attacking Ben Carson (who has the highest favorability rating of any candidate in either party) backfire on Trump and propel Ben Carson into the number one spot in next week's polls? Ben Carson is making headway slowly and quietly.  His poll numbers are improving and the Trump-Carson polling gap seems to be shrinking.  Yet, Trump remains the clear frontrunner. The Trump-Carson debate-within-a-debate has the potential to really shake up this Republican presidential race this week. But out of all the remaining candidates, who will be left standing?  [Go here for a complete analysis...]

The New Legal System Driving Sustainable Development

In August of 2014 Obama was to use exec­u­tive orders to entangle the U.S. in a global "treaty" on cli­mate change, without con­sulting the U.S. Senate. How­ever, the Con­sti­tu­tion requires the Senate to vote on all treaties and the bar is high: It takes a two-third vote to approve. To the globalist, the Con­sti­tu­tion is out. The rule of law has col­lapsed. Reflexive Law has sur­passed it all. The bal­ance of this article will show you how and why. If you are confused, you'd better read every word of this report, because this might be the most impor­tant shard of evi­dence ever revealed about the wrenching trans­for­ma­tion of Amer­ican society. [more...]

Speaker of the House Drama

Alongside the drama of the 2016 Presidential elections, Congress has been brewing up an equally theatrical sideshow in what is now a month-long attempt to elect a new Speaker of the House.  This internal drama comes at a crucial time in the house's legislative process.  For months, parties struggled to reach an agreement on a budget plan to avoid shutdown and only Monday, in Boehner's last week in office, did the house finally agree on a plan to avoid shutdown. Ryan and members of both the far left and right are not pleased with the decision; but given the fact that a majority of representatives agree with the bill means the government will remain open - at least for now.  [more...]

U.S. Soldiers Will Fight on the Ground in Iraq, Just Don't Call it That

If the guy in the White House had an R after his name, the media would be losing its mind over this, late night comedians would be working it over, and Michael Moore would have a documentary out. But it's just Obama, Inc. swooping from one crazy Orwellian language distorting lie to another. So the good news is that the Iraq War is over. We're not fighting in Iraq. American soldiers fighting and dying in Iraq will be at the center of Obama's new strategy. But don't call it a war or combat or boots on the ground. [more...]

Does Hillary Now Have a Clear Path to the Nomination? Is Ben Carson Now a Threat to The Donald?

Does Hillary now have a clear path to the nomination... and to the White House? As Ben Carson moves ahead in Iowa, how does The Donald react? Does this impact the race in other states and nationally? With Assad going to see Putin in Moscow, is Russia now becoming the leader in the Middle East? 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...]

Hillary's Smoking Guns

Following the completion of Hillary Clinton's testimony in front of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, mainstream media outlets dutifully went out and trumpeted Clinton's carefully crafted appearance. Evidently, there was at the same time a deliberate effort to dismiss one of the most highly significant news stories and to continue with the agenda of getting the current consensus Democrat elected. Those in society who remember the importance of the First Amendment now find themselves in the unexpected position of having contempt for a media they once esteemed. The negative perspective has been precipitated in part by the intentional non-reporting of certain news stories and the purposeful shaping of select others. In a shirking of their professional responsibilities, many members of the broadcast and print professions chose to disregard pertinent facts that came to light during the hearing, including that approximately 600 requests for more security by State Department personnel in Benghazi were left unfulfilled and the number of security agents present in Benghazi at the beginning of 2012 was the same number present on the day of the attacks, even though more than nine months had elapsed. [more...]

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