Monday, November 23, 2015

11-23-15 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: Colbert’s One-Sided Comedy Puts CBS in a Late-Night Ratings Rut
2. Daniel Greenfield: SJP Hate Group Fights for Right to Harass Jews at UCLA
3. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Is the GOP Race Down to 2 Candidates – Trump and Cruz?
4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Finding Your WHY with REI
5. Karen Leland: Does Brand Identity Play a Role in Online Dating?
6. Joe Messina: Christians vs. Muslims?
7. John LeBoutillier: Has ISIS Actually Made Trump Even Stronger?

Colbert’s One-Sided Comedy Puts CBS in a Late-Night Ratings Rut
By James Hirsen

At the launch of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” thanks to the hype, promotion, and curiosity that led up to its debut, the show experienced a late-night honeymoon of sorts, which arguably may have artificially boosted the show’s ratings. However, the show’s ratings recently fell to a level that the CBS network most likely did not anticipate. While Letterman boasted a long track record of being number two in the late-night ratings, Colbert’s offering has descended to third place behind ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel. [more...]

SJP Hate Group Fights for Right to Harass Jews at UCLA
By Daniel Greenfield

The University of California has an anti-Semitism problem. Its name is Students for Justice in Palestine. Co-founded by Hatem Bazian, a notorious bigot who was described by Rabbi Kahn of the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council as being, "more responsible than any other student on campus for trying to make life miserable for Jewish students," the SJP hate group has lived up to his hateful legacy. [more...]

Is the GOP Race Down to 2 Candidates – Trump and Cruz?
By Dr. Gerard Lameiro

For the last few weeks, the Republican presidential race has been effectively narrowed down to four candidates: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz.  With the terrible Paris attacks and the candidates’ reaction to those attacks, the polls have moved dramatically.  Trump has solidified his significant lead and the #1 spot.  Carson’s support has dropped precipitously in some places.  Rubio and Cruz have moved upwards.  But, even more importantly, we might now be able to predict who the final two candidates will probably be.  Of course, in a dynamic race, with global events taking place all around us, things could change quickly.   Who are the most likely top 2 candidates and why? [Go here for a complete analysis...]

Finding Your WHY with REI
By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

In my book, I talk about finding your WHY - the thing about which you are most passionate, why you do what you do, and, in the context of owning a business, WHY you own that business. The best example from the small number of businesses taking a stance against commercialized holidays is REI. The outdoors store prides itself on equipping its customers for whatever outdoor activity they choose. REI is not a traditionally organized company; they are a co-op, meaning REI is owned by its members. Essentially, these are customers who pay a $20 lifetime fee to gain ownership of the company. So, when this holiday season began heating up in October, instead of announcing big Black Friday sales or in-store promotions, REI will shut its doors, and instead, pay every employee to go do what they love – be outside. Is this plan financial suicide? [more...]

Does Brand Identity Play a Role in Online Dating?
By Karen Leland

Most people new to online dating craft an online profile that is based on a personal brand identity catered to an image that produces a result, rather than authentic rapport. They essentially write what they hope the dater will want to hear. This can include but is not limited to lying about age, weight, income, interests and height and claiming that decade-old photos are recent. A whole coaching industry (books, videos, audio programs, blogs) exists telling women how to avoid the biggest mistakes that will make them look like low-self-esteem or overachieving non-wife material. These same experts explain how men can avoid being put into the wuss and whiney category. Full disclosure here: I have hired some of these folks and read some of these books, and a few have been very useful. [more...]

Christians vs. Muslims?
By Joe Messina

ALL Muslims are not bad or killers. However, ALL Muslim extremists are bad and killers. They kill in the name of Allah. TODAY they still stone women for being raped, throw gays off the roofs of buildings, light people on fire alive, and behead… all in the name of Allah. Now some of you are going to say, Joe, they aren’t following the real teachings of their book just like you say Christian extremists don’t follow yours. You are correct! However, when a Christian does something stupid and horrible in the name of God or openly says it’s because of his/her religion, I and MANY others speak out against them. We have no problem because, though we believe in forgiveness, we also believe you pay for your crimes. [more...]

Has ISIS Actually Made Trump Even Stronger?
By John LeBoutillier

Have the ISIS attacks in Paris and the influx of Syrian refugees actually helped Donald Trump’s campaign? Has President Obama gone off the rails since the Paris attacks? Is he abdicating his role as Leader of the Free World? 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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