Thursday, June 9, 2016

6-9-16 Expert Guests for Your Showw

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Justice isn’t Blind, it’s Crooked - Opposing View
2. Daniel R. Joseph: Why China is Afraid of Christianity
3. Daniel Greenfield: Trump and Democratic Political Incorrectness
4. Michael Stumo: Will the TPP Require a Tax Hike on Americans?
5. Lowell Ponte: PC Gone Mad in Plano
6. Crista Huff: The Big Bank that is One of the Market’s Most Undervalued Stocks

Justice isn’t Blind, it’s Crooked - Opposing View

Donald Trump tells the truth without flinching or apologizing. This Trump University lawsuit is a perfect example. Donald’s comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel were not about race; they were about his bias, proven by the groups with which he’s associated. Take the judge’s membership in San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, where he served on a search committee that chose an illegal immigrant to receive a scholarship. Worse, a law firm bringing the suit paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Clintons, and, remarkably, was listed as a sponsor of the scholarship event. It’s just one big incestuous happy family supporting big government, amnesty and Hillary Clinton - everything Donald stands against. The conflicts of interest are wider than the Grand Canyon. [more...]

Why China is Afraid of Christianity

Whereas prosperity in the West has led to a decrease in membership in Christian churches, in China increasing prosperity is actually bringing more people to the church.  From an extremely low base in 1980 (when all religion was still completely outlawed), estimates are that China now has 65-100 million Christians.  While that’s still a small minority out of China’s 1.35 billion people, it isn’t small as compared to the 88 million members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  More Christians than communists?  That goes a long way to explaining why China is currently clamping down on Christian churches. [more...]

Trump and Democratic Political Incorrectness

Remember the time a presidential candidate suggested that Gandhi used to run “a gas station down in St. Louis.” No, it wasn’t Trump; that was Hillary Clinton. Had Trump said it, we would still be hearing about it. But since Hillary Clinton was responsible for it, it went down the memory hole... along with her more recent “Colored People Time” gag. It was indisputably offensive when Trump told the Asian Chamber of Commerce, “I don't think you're smarter than anybody else, but you've convinced a lot of us you are.” Then he followed that up by joking, “One problem that I've had today is keeping my Wongs straight.” You would have to be ridiculously politically incorrect or an outright buffoon to say something like that to the Asian Chamber of Commerce. And this is exactly why Trump is... but wait, those lines actually came from Democratic Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid. Reid recently popped up to call Trump’s comments racist. And he ought to know. Harry Reid believed that Obama was electable because he was “light-skinned” with “no Negro dialect.” [more...]

Will the TPP Require a Tax Hike on Americans?
By Michael Stumo, CEO of Coalition for a Prosperous America

The latest rigged trade deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), will cut import taxes (tariffs) on imported goods. The recent U.S. International Trade Commission report on the TPP says that this will be $5.8 billion in lost tax revenue. Will this require a tax hike on U.S. taxpayers, or cuts in government... or both? Tariffs are taxes on imports. Michael Froman, the U.S. Trade Ambassador, has bragged that the TPP will cut 18,000 tariffs. On one hand, who cares? Most of those tariffs are on products we don't sell or don't sell much of. And we know that tariff cuts in the last 40 years have not helped us become a successful trading nation, because we have bigger trade deficits and lost jobs. But, on the other hand, maybe we do care.  Import tariffs are paid by foreign sellers or importers, not ordinary taxpayers.  Losing that tax revenue means we have to make up for it or must cut government services. [more...]

PC Gone Mad in Plano

Graduating students at Plano High School in Texas whose high grades and community service earned them membership in the National Honor Society will be prohibited from wearing any symbol of their achievement at this ceremony. Yes, political correctness is apparently behind this. Such insignia might make students who fell short of this honor feel left out. Plano’s action disproportionately denies due honor and recognition to Asian-Americans and Jews. Plano’s discrimination against academic achievers is therefore not noble. It is racist and anti-Semitic. Plano’s arrogant action probably violates U.S. civil rights statutes. It ought to be sued. [more...]

The Big Bank that is One of the Market’s Most Undervalued Stocks

U.S. stock markets are now factoring in more than a 50% chance that the Federal Reserve will increase the Fed funds rate in June or July. Rate hikes are positive for most financial stocks because the companies then earn increased fees on customers’ deposits. In addition, withering expectations of a global recession are fueling growth prospects for financial institutions, bringing increased investor attention to the sector. Consequently, bank stocks are turning bullish, with stock price charts surprisingly in sync with each other. [more...]

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