Tuesday, December 15, 2015

12-15-15 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Joseph Klein: The Massive Climate Change Agreement Give-Away
2. James Hirsen: SAG and Globes Sea Change
3. Joe Messina: Stone Prophet Gore
4. Karen Leland: Give Your Brand a Makeover
5. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Will Fossil Fuel Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
6. Daniel Greenfield: The San Bernardino Terrorists Weren’t Radicals, They Were Mainstream
7. John LeBoutillier: How Has Trump's Call for a Ban on Muslims Changed the 2016 Race?

The Massive Climate Change Agreement Give-Away
By Joseph Klein

Nearly 200 countries reached consensus in Paris on what President Obama has called an “historic agreement” to combat man-made climate change. On a superficial level, the agreement, which is to take effect in 2020, appears ambitious in terms of the goals it sets and its universal participation. In reality, however, what emerged from Paris was the folly of a massive give-away to bribe the so-called developing nations to participate. In truth, the various provisions are little more than glaze to cover over the massive wealth redistribution scheme that lies at the heart of the agreement. The phrase “common but differentiated responsibility” has served as the guiding principle of the negotiations.  It is based on the redistributionist notion of “climate justice” or “equity,” which casts the developed countries as the source of the problem of alleged man-made climate change and the developing countries as the innocent victims. [more...]

SAG and Globes Sea Change
By James Hirsen

As part of the kickoff of Hollywood’s award season, two significant organizations recently announced nominees, and the sea change in media consumption that has occurred was clearly illustrated by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and Golden Globe nominations. The SAG Awards are watched closely by the industry as a whole; this is largely due to fact that the membership of SAG overlaps with the acting section of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which is the organization that ultimately doles out Oscars. [more...]

Stone Prophet Gore
By Joe Messina

I would like to know how many times one has to get predictions wrong before you kick them to the curb. With something as “important” as “Global-Warming-Cooling-Climate-Change,” you would think we would want accuracy and real numbers. For someone who has been leading this “war,” Mr. Al Gore has gotten it wrong every time. Yet those who have made him lord and savior don’t care. They keep following him off the cliff like he can save them. [more...]

Give Your Brand a Makeover
By Karen Leland

As employers gain almost unlimited access via the Internet to our personal histories, they also develop a greater demand for details about who we are beyond our business acumen. A professional personal brand consulting session can offer valuable insight (and implementation) in crafting your reputation. Here are three specific ways you can use personal brand consulting to help create a personal brand that will show your stuff in the best light possible and land you that perfect job — from secretary to CEO. [more...]

Will Fossil Fuel Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

For years, oil companies in the U.S. could count subterranean, untapped oil reserves as assets in their financial statements, which lead to highly inflated numbers. Now, with oil around $40 a barrel, the cost of pulling it out of the earth is greater than the sale price (at least for fracking), so the SEC is requiring companies to remove these fictitious assets from their books since investors cannot gain any value from oil that won’t be touched. With billions of barrels of oil disappearing off books overnight, already tense investors are growing more fearful of a complete oil collapse. [more...]

The San Bernardino Terrorists Weren’t Radicals, They Were Mainstream
By Daniel Greenfield

After Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook killed 14 Americans in their corner of the Jihad over in San Bernardino, the media began its long laborious search for their moment of “radicalization.” The assumption that the intersection of terrorism and Islam can only be an aberration led to the conviction that there was some moment in time at which Malik and Farook became “radical extremists.” Initial reports pegged that moment of “radicalization” as having happened at some point during the twenty minutes after Farook left the party. When the amount of firepower and preparation made the idea of a twenty-minute radicalization massacre seem silly, the media tried to stretch it back for weeks. Now they’ve had to give in and pull back that dreadful moment of radicalization for years. [more...]

How Has Trump's Call for a Ban on Muslims Changed the 2016 Race?
By John LeBoutillier

How has Donald Trump’s proposed ban on all Muslims coming into the U.S. changed the 2016 race? Is this issue making Trump more or less likely to win the GOP nomination? Can he win in November 2016? Is there a revolt inside the Republican Party by the establishment against the outsiders – Trump, Cruz and Carson? Is the GOP about to come apart at the seams? 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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