Tuesday, March 1, 2016

3-1-16 Expert Guests Available for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: GOP Establishment Plots New Attacks on Trump
2. Crista Huff: The TPP Just Became the Lynchpin of the November Election
3. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Super Tuesday - What to Look for in the Results
4. Joe Messina: Trusting Our Government
5. Joseph Klein: Iranian Elections - The “Reformers” Didn’t Win
6. Daniel Greenfield: The Republican Party and its Precarious Ledge
7. John LeBoutillier: Is a Hillary-Trump Race Now Inevitable? Can Either Be Stopped for Their Nominations?

GOP Establishment Plots New Attacks on Trump
By James Hirsen

Wall to wall negative ads designed to reduce support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump are in the making at the hands of what has become the Republican establishment cartel. Numerous campaign finance entities working with mainstream GOP hacks are scheming to purchase airtime for a barrage of attack ads against their own party’s frontrunner. A portion of the hit piece advertising may begin prior to Super Tuesday; however, the negative onslaught will most likely continue beyond the pivotal day. The GOP establishment appears to be lowering itself to the level of the Democrat Party at its worst and even looks to be stealing a page from the Dems’ longstanding dirty playbook. [more...]

The TPP Just Became the Lynchpin of the November Election
By Crista Huff

Even before I read the text of Sen. Sessions’ endorsement of Trump, I knew it was about two issues that are dear to Sen. Sessions: illegal immigration, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. If Sen. Sessions believed that Mr. Trump was his ally on one or both of those issues and Sen. Cruz was also his ally on one or both of those issues, Sen. Sessions would likely not have made an endorsement. In order to have made the endorsement, Sen. Sessions would have to believe that Sen. Cruz is “pulling a Hillary” on the TPP; i.e. changing his public stance to a “NO” vote on the TPP in order to curry favor with voters." [more...]

Super Tuesday - What to Look for in the Results
By Dr. Gerard Lameiro

With nearly a dozen states holding primaries and caucuses, with about 600 Republican delegates up for grabs, and with heated rhetoric flowing freely among the presidential contenders, Super Tuesday should be a big day.  It should go a long way in determining who will be nominated.  Of course, according to the polls, many states will go to Trump who appears to be taking a commanding lead in the race.  Yet, the attacks by Rubio and Cruz in the last debate and in the last few days have been rough and tumble.  In fact, 2016 might turn out to be the roughest presidential election ever in American history. [Go here for a complete analysis...]

Trusting Our Government
By Joe Messina

Our government keeps telling us they have our best interests at heart, can do what’s best for us, and can keep us safe. When a private company puts out a product that is supposed to be safe for us and it’s found not to be, the government protects us by fining them, making them fix it, or shutting them down all together... unless, of course, that company or entity is... the government. When the government, through another government agency, okay’s a drug or procedure for use because the “government” has checked it out and deemed it safe for humans but then finds several years later it’s not, they levy huge fines on that company, set up trust funds to accommodate the payouts and line lawyers’ pockets so everyone is a winner... right? [more...]

Iranian Elections - The “Reformers” Didn’t Win
By Joseph Klein

Iran held an election last week to fill seats in its clerical body known as the Assembly of Experts, which would select Ayatollah Khamenei’s successor as Supreme Leader, as well as seats in Iran’s parliament.  Focusing on victories over hardliners in the capital city of Tehran, the results are being hailed in the Iranian “reformist” circles as "Tehran's Spring."  So-called “reformists and moderates” who support President Hassan Rouhani and strategized together to defeat the hardliners, are crowing. And as the BBC reported, President Rouhani has sought to portray the results as a mandate to continue his policies of trying to reduce Iran’s international isolation. "It's time to open a new chapter in Iran's economic development based on domestic abilities and international opportunities," he said last Saturday. [more...]

The Republican Party and its Precarious Ledge
By Daniel Greenfield

I've lost count of how many conservative personalities have said that they won't be voting in the general election if Trump is the nominee. Call that the nuclear option: the ledge. On the flip side, if the establishment gets its way with Rubio, expect the anti-establishment to stay home. The Republican Party is standing on a ledge. If this level of acrimony carries on, then there will be real turnout problems in the general election. Not only are there few ideas out there for patching this mess up, but increasingly no one is even bothering anymore. Instead everyone is doubling down on it. The election is approaching the point where a chunk of the party will stay home no matter what. [more...]

Is a Hillary-Trump Race Now Inevitable? Can Either Be Stopped for Their Nominations?
By John LeBoutillier

What is the state of the GOP presidential race? Is The Donald now inevitable? Is he poised to sweep Super Tuesday? Can he beat Ted Cruz even in Texas? Was it “too little too late” for Marco Rubio in Thursday’s debate? And, in the Democratic race, is Hillary now going to cruise to the nomination? Who does she fear more: Bernie Sanders or the FBI probe? This - and 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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