Monday, August 29, 2016

8-30-16 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Obama and Hillary Have Created GDP - Gross Domestic Poverty
2. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Louisiana Agriculture Devastated by Flooding
3. Joe Messina: Kap and the Ungrateful Left
4. James Hirsen: Super PAC Aims to Change Democrats into Trumpocrats
5. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Why Trump Will Win Hispanic Voters with His Immigration and Economic Policies
6. John LeBoutillier: Where Does the Presidential Race Stand Now?

Obama and Hillary Have Created GDP - Gross Domestic Poverty

How predictable. The economy is falling apart and Hillary is screaming about racism again. She’s trying to change the subject because she has nothing to change the facts of the economy. She’s trying to brand Trump as “KKK.” Perfect timing. My new book ANGRY WHITE MALE is out this week. It’s all about the fact that Obama and Hillary’s obsession with racial equality, social justice, fairness and diversity are destroying the U.S. economy – but not just for the white middle class or “angry white males.” [more...]

Louisiana Agriculture Devastated by Flooding

The flooding that hit Louisiana a few short weeks ago destroyed more than people’s homes. The LSU AgCenter, which plays an integral role in supporting the state’s agricultural industries, estimates Louisiana’s agriculture sector will suffer $110 million in losses as a result of flooding. The disastrous rains came at an awful time for farmers who were preparing their crops for the fall harvest. Although the economic damage is based on very early reports, that figure isn’t likely to improve. Many areas in the state’s southwestern parishes have yet to recover from floodwaters and consistently heavy rainfall since the flooding occurred will further delay harvest. The two largest commodities affected are rice and soybeans. Estimates show a loss of about $46 million for soybean production and about $33 million for rice production. Corn and sugarcane are also expected to suffer multi-million dollar losses. The numbers will change as a more detailed assessment takes place in the coming weeks, but initial reports are already devastating to the state’s economy. [more...]

Kap and the Ungrateful Left

On the Colin Kaepernick front: To Kap’s point, he was forced to go to school in this oppressive American culture where he had to attend air-conditioned schools.  He was given paper, pencils and books to work with. OMG! He attended schools that were kept safe by an oppressive government? that forced him to eat food they provided and drink clean water. OH, the humanity! Kap was able to pursue his dreams because of the men and women of ALL colors who fought and continue to fight for his freedom and all the freedoms of this country. He should consider a visit to or even try to live in countries like North Korea or Venezuela or any other country that would jail him for what he said! [more...]

Super PAC Aims to Change Democrats into Trumpocrats

A new Super PAC is seeking to make Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump the next occupant of the White House. The campaign group known as Trumpocrats PAC is made up of Democrats who distrust and oppose Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and who have switched their support to the GOP standard bearer. The executive director of the organization is Christian Rickers, a lifelong Democrat who voted in the primary election for then-Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. The group’s Web site,, features videos geared toward encouraging Democrats to get on board the Trump train. [more...]

Why Trump Will Win Hispanic Voters with His Immigration and Economic Policies

It might surprise some presidential election observers, but Trump’s immigration and economic policies align closely to many Hispanic voters’ needs and views. Why do Hispanic voters align well with Trump’s immigration policies? Why do his economic policies also resonate with Hispanic voters? It might turn out that Hispanic voters can be the critical element in a solid Trump victory in November. One other important point: Trump’s policies are in sharp contrast with the usual establishment Republican views.  Trump is helping to engineer the political party realignment I predicted in my 2016 book: Great News for America. It’s fascinating to watch history in the making. [Go here for a complete analysis...]

Where Does the Presidential Race Stand Now?

Where does the Presidential race now stand? Has Trump’s recent staff shake-up changed the dynamic of the race? Or has he already caused too much self-inflicted damage to overcome? What about Hillary’s newest Clinton Foundation revelations? Will these hurt her? 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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