Monday, January 11, 2016

1-11-16 Great Guests Available for Your Show

1. Tea Party Taps Wayne Allyn Root for SOTU Response
2. Lowell Ponte: Mourning in America
3. James Hirsen: Ricky Gervais Makes Golden Globes a Politically Incorrect Event
4. Joe Messina: No Need to Fear the Refugees?
5. Dave Bego: Public Unions on the Precipice
6. John LeBoutillier: Are World Events Moving the American Electorate Toward Trump? Is Hillary Worried Over Bernie?
7. Joseph Klein: North Korea and Iran - The Nuclear Duo

Tea Party Taps Wayne Allyn Root for SOTU Response

Wayne Allyn Root will deliver the Tea Party response to the State of the Union this week, eschewing the Tea Party Express's tradition of inviting a well-known politician in favor of a political outsider. "2016 has become the year of the outsider as the public continues to show strong support in the presidential contest for candidates that eschew connections with the Washington establish.  So it is appropriate for the Tea Party Express to select a Washington 'outsider' who has had a remarkable career," the group's co-founder, Sal Russo, said in a statement. "[Root] is a perfect representative of the Tea Party and is always an articulate spokesperson for a positive agenda for our country’s future." [more...]

Mourning in America
By Lowell Ponte

Obama's seven years have produced mourning in America and a widespread pessimistic feeling of loss, despair and grief. Millions now feel that something essential to our success and well-being has died here – that we are sad witnesses to the death of the American Dream. A new poll published January 5 by Esquire Magazine and NBC News finds that 52 percent of Americans now believe that the American Dream was “once true but not anymore.” Another 11 percent now believe that it “never held true.” [more...]

Ricky Gervais Makes Golden Globes a Politically Incorrect Event
By James Hirsen

The most interesting thing about the 2016 Golden Globe Awards was not the highly predictable winners but rather the highly predictable barbs thrown Hollywood’s way by contentious host Rick Gervais. After referring to the audience as “disgusting, pill-popping, sexual deviant scum,” Gervais announced the following: “I’m going to do this monologue and then go into hiding. Not even Sean Penn will find me... snitch.” The brash Brit launched an early attack at the television network that aired the program. [more...]

No Need to Fear the Refugees?
By Joe Messina

Over Christmas and New Year’s, Germany had a rash of rapes and assaults. The numbers were shocking as they have never seen this kind of crime spree against women. Over 100 “filed complaints” of rape and assault over the new year and police believe there are over 1,000 male refugees involved. Rapes were conducted by “rape gangs” and women were beaten and raped in public. The mayor of the German city, Cologne, where many of the assaults took place suggested it was the fault of the women! Let that settle in. [more...]

Public Unions on the Precipice
By Dave Bego

Unions representing employees in the public sector have been dominant in politics since 1977 when the U.S. Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. The 1977 decision bolstered public sector unionism. In making its decision, the court affirmed the constitutionality of a Michigan law requiring public school teachers who are not dues-paying union members to pay “agency” or “fair-share” fees. The practical effect has been the allowance of forced unionism of public employees by the union bosses, resulting in 35.7% of public employees to be unionized vs. just 6.6% of private sector employees today. The lack of free choice has done unmeasurable damage to the First Amendment rights of millions of government employees since the decision 39 years ago. [more...]

Are World Events Moving the American Electorate Toward Trump? Is Hillary Worried Over Bernie?
By John LeBoutillier

Are world events moving the electorate in Trump’s direction? Can he “run the table” in the first GOP contests? Can Cruz keep his lead in Iowa? Is Hillary more worried than people know about Bernie Sanders in Iowa and New Hampshire? With Korea, Iran and Saudi Arabia, has Obama’s weakness now imperiled the world situation? 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...]

North Korea and Iran - The Nuclear Duo
By Joseph Klein

North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test on January 6th, which it claimed was a hydrogen bomb. Despite some skepticism as to North Korea’s claim that it had actually tested a hydrogen bomb, the Obama administration acknowledged that North Korea had indeed tested some sort of nuclear device. The administration condemned North Korea’s latest testing as a violation of a series of past United Nations Security Council resolutions. "We do not and will not accept North Korea as a nuclear armed state, and actions such as this latest test only strengthen our resolve," declared Secretary of State John Kerry. Mr. Kerry is a bit late with his declaration. North Korea has had an active nuclear arms program for nearly a decade and has conducted three of its four nuclear tests during President Obama’s time in office. [more...]

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