Tuesday, April 12, 2016

4-12-16 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Crista Huff: The Curious Case of the Missing Colorado Delegate
2. Daniel R. Joseph: Why (Some) Conservatives are Wrong About China
3. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: What Really Happened with Colorado’s Republican Delegates?
4. James Hirsen: HBO Launches Cinematic Attack on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
5. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Uncle Sam Blogs One of the Biggest Mergers in History
6. Wayne Allyn Root: Advice for Donald Trump - Spend Money Now

The Curious Case of the Missing Colorado Delegate
By Crista Huff

On Saturday, April 9, 2016, a man named Larry from Douglas County, CO slandered Douglas County (CO) Republicans on Facebook. In that Facebook post, Larry claimed that he went to his neighborhood caucus meeting on March 1st, at which a precinct captain named Jan Morgan had threatened him about being a Trump supporter, with the implication that Trump supporters would not be allowed to be delegates to the April 9th State Republican Assembly. Larry then claimed that he indeed had attempted to attend the State Republican Assembly on April 9th, but was cheated out of his delegate position. Hundreds of people initially read his story, which then quickly spread across America. [more...]

Why (Some) Conservatives are Wrong About China
By Daniel R. Joseph

Let me begin by saying I am a conservative.  So the comments below are not meant to be disparaging of those with whom I mostly agree.  However, having lived in China for 12 years and been involved in China for more than 20 years, I have had the opportunity to gain a perspective on China that differs from many other conservatives.  That’s why I feel an obligation to correct misunderstandings that seem to exist simply due to a lack of familiarity.  Below I address some of the main misperceptions relative to China that seem to be held by many conservatives. First of all, China is not manipulating its currency lower. [more...]

What Really Happened with Colorado’s Republican Delegates?
By Dr. Gerard Lameiro - reporting from Colorado

There’s been a virtual firestorm over Cruz winning Colorado’s Republican delegates.  What really happened in Colorado?  What process was followed?  Were the Delegates stolen by Cruz?  Is it just sour grapes on the part of people that wanted Trump to get the delegates?  Let’s look at it from the point of view of someone who knows the process and who attended a Colorado Republican Congressional District Convention and the Colorado Republican State Convention. [Go here for a complete analysis...]

HBO Launches Cinematic Attack on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
By James Hirsen

HBO is about to debut a movie titled “Confirmation,” which looks to be an all-out effort to revise the historical record of the 1991 confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. The film ostensibly tells the story of the confirmation hearings that took place two-plus decades ago, during which Hill accused then-Supreme Court nominee Thomas of sexual harassment. Hill was not found to be credible by most of the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee or the public at large for that matter. However, the left has consistently sought ways to elevate Hill, denigrate Justice Thomas, and systematically alter the historical record. According to California Senator Barbara Boxer, the outrage over Thomas’s confirmation is what created the motivation for the following year to be deemed the “Year of the Woman,” a period in which four women were elected to the U.S. Senate, including California’s Dianne Feinstein and Boxer. “If it wasn’t for Anita Hill, I would not have won my Senate race,” Boxer told Variety, “We got elected by this woman’s courage.” Those who have long wished to characterize Hill’s deceit as “courageous” have had to enlist the help of professional storytellers to accomplish the goal of revised history. [more...]

Uncle Sam Blogs One of the Biggest Mergers in History
By Michelle Seiler-Tucker

In a deal thought to be locked up and ready to go, Pfizer and Allergan saw a $160 billion merger wash down the drain. The business world has seen a large number of inversions in recent years; inversions are first and foremost about relocating a company’s tax domicile to a more favorable nation. Courts have ruled there is nothing wrong with a business seeking lower taxes, but the federal government is unhappy with this outflow of cash. Last week, the Department of the Treasury passed a policy making the Pfizer/Allergan merger impracticable. The feds blocked the merger on anti-trust grounds, but it is clear it’s an effort to keep a major corporation based in the U.S. [more...]

Advice for Donald Trump - Spend Money Now
By Wayne Allyn Root

Politics has always been about money. Whoever has the most money controls the message and the voters. It was Democrat Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil who said, “Money is the mother’s milk of politics.” So it was great news for me to hear that billionaire Donald Trump was running for President. Trump is the richest man (by far) to ever run for President. I thought that Republicans finally had the money on our side - after two terms of Obama out-raising both McCain and Romney by a country mile. [more...]

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