Tuesday, October 25, 2016

10-26-16 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Joe Messina: WikiLeaks is Making a Real Mess of the Election
2. Dr. Elaina George: Obamacare - The Game of Healthcare Limbo
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: AT&T Deals for Time Warner
4. Daniel R. Joseph: How the Candidates Should Address America’s Most Critical Foreign Policy Challenges
5. Wayne Allyn Root: Why I’m Still Betting Big on Trump to Win
6. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Are the Polls Rigged?

WikiLeaks is Making a Real Mess of the Election

WikiLeaks and social media are making a real mess of our 2016 election cycle. Mind you, it’s a self-inflicted mess, but a mess nonetheless. Because of the “Interweb,” information is instantaneous and trackable. The “Alinsky” plan is being played out by the Left almost flawlessly. Let’s start with Trump whose tax returns were “leaked” and then posted. They were illegally obtained and published against federal law. Is there an FBI investigation? NO! Will there be charges brought? NO! Why? Because the Clinton Mafia is above the law and their “made men” will be protected. We learned through WikiLeaks of corruption in the Clinton universe like that only seen in a crime novel. The problem in this case is that it’s real! [more...]

Obamacare - The Game of Healthcare Limbo

The admission that Obamacare costs are projected to rise should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the promises made to promote its passage when compared to what has happened since its implementation. It has become obvious that Obamacare is not about healthcare, it is about control. The big promise was healthcare for all via universal insurance coverage. But the reality is having health insurance does not equal access to affordable, quality healthcare. Many people lost health insurance coverage that they were happy with and were forced to pay for more expensive insurance premiums and higher out-of-pocket expenses or they were forced to go without coverage because the fines were cheaper than the premiums. [more...]

AT&T Deals for Time Warner

AT&T didn’t shock anyone when it announced a deal to buy Time Warner Inc. for $85 billion. This will likely be the largest acquisition for the telecommunications conglomerate, which acquired DIRECTV for $48.5 billion just 15 months ago, and the company will subsequently become one of the most indebted companies in the world. While some may feel uneasy about such a merger, others can compare it to Comcast’s merger with NBC Universal 5 years ago. AT&T’s deal for the owner of CNN, HBO, the TNT networks, and Warner Bros. studio will likely face challenges from regulators as it seeks government approval in the next year. [more...]

How the Candidates Should Address America’s Most Critical Foreign Policy Challenges

In the midst of an election for which foreign policy has played an unusually large role, I have produced both a book, The China Learning Curve: Critical Differences and a related award-winning documentary, Democracy Road, that provides unique insights into two of America's most critical foreign policy challenges - how to engage China and how to support democracy while avoiding the failure we've seen in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. [more...]

Why I’m Still Betting Big on Trump to Win

Every mainstream media outlet in the country keeps saying Trump is losing badly. They say this as if it’s fact. And based on many polls, it does look that way. But so did Brexit. That was the vote for UK to leave the EU. No one anywhere in the establishment - or media - or any major politician thought it would pass. But it did. I believe this is our Brexit. And I’m putting my money where my mouth is. I’m betting big on Donald Trump to win the election. Here’s why... [more...]

Are the Polls Rigged?

Are the presidential polls rigged? Are the numbers phony? Donald Trump tweeted out on Monday about a major story that the Dems are making up phony polls in order to suppress “the Trump.” Is Trump really right about the polls? Are they intended to mislead voters? Are they meant to help depress Trump’s supporters and to help suppress Trump’s voter turnout? [more...]

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