Tuesday, January 3, 2017

1-3-17 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Joe Messina: Lessons Not Learned in 2016
2. Wayne Allyn Root: 8 Years Under Our First Muslim President
3. James Hirsen: The Rewriting of Obama’s Legacy
4. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: Proud to Be Conservative
5. Crista Huff: Progress on Free Trade Agreements Unlikely in First Half of 2017
6. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: 2017 Business Trends Already Taking Shape
7. John LeBoutillier: To Russia With Love

Lessons Not Learned in 2016

Democrats learned nothing from 2016. America, lifelong union Democrats, 8% more of the black community, more of the Asian and Hispanic communities, and more women didn’t want their same-old ways of doing business. They’ve missed the lesson or don’t have the mental aptitude to understand it. Either way, America now wins.  BUT only if you engage, get involved, go to your local school boards, water boards, city councils and be heard. [more...]

8 Years Under Our First Muslim President

Remember when President Bill Clinton was called “America’s first black president”? Obviously, it wasn’t because he was black. But Clinton had an affinity for black people, and his actions were beneficial to blacks (or so they thought). Hence the branding as “America’s first black president.” The tag stuck. Well, don’t look now, but I believe Obama has earned the right to be called “America’s first Muslim president.” What would you call a president who betrays Israel in his last days in office, by abstaining from a United Nations vote criticizing Israel, an action no president in the history of America has ever allowed to happen? What would you call a president who might have secretly orchestrated the U.N. vote to embarrass Israel? Don’t look now, but Israel says they have proof that the entire U.N. vote condemning Israel was orchestrated by Obama. What would you call a president who refused to ever say the words “Islamic terror” in eight years in office, for fear he might offend Muslims? [more...]

The Rewriting of Obama’s Legacy

In an apparent effort to emulate President-elect Donald Trump’s social media mastery, President Obama began the New Year by giving his Twitter followers a revisionist history lesson. The “Me Too” outgoing president posted a series of tweets that were supposed to tout his two-term accomplishments. “As we look ahead to the future, I wanted to take a moment to look back on the remarkable progress that you made possible these past 8 years,” Obama tweeted. The president shared information from his brag book about his supposed job creation, health care triumphs, and super hero environmental status. [more...]

Proud to Be Conservative

It’s time to be proud that we are conservatives, living in America - the greatest nation on the face of the earth. With the constant onslaught of attacks made by the progressives, the socialists, the anarchists, the ultra-left, and their comrades in the OLD Main Stream Media (OMSM), in far left Hollywood, and in the ivory towers in universities, many conservatives have chosen to sit still and be quiet. Often, they have self-censored their views; they have shut off their opinions, hidden their true values, and kept quiet rather than facing what they saw as the inevitable conflict they might have to deal with. In the past, the ultra-left has dominated America with their far left, anti-American rhetoric. They have stifled conservatives at every turn and have tried to shut down all opposition to their failed theories, to their failed policies, and to their failed programs. But the old Obama-Clinton, anti-Constitutional era is over! [more...]

Progress on Free Trade Agreements Unlikely in First Half of 2017

I’ve noticed that journalists frequently portray potential Trump appointees as “pro-trade” who are therefore supposedly misaligned with the Trump-Pence agenda. I am annoyed that the journalists make such deceiving and simplistic statements. Americans are aware that Donald Trump opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. Political activists and Congresspeople are aware that opposition to the TPP was rooted in the trade agreement’s sovereignty giveaway, global courts, lack of resolution to currency manipulation problems, lowering of food & health safety standards, trade agreements’ history of job loss and trade deficits, human rights abuses on the part of TPP partner countries, and more. Aversion to the TPP did not stem from an anti-trade stance. It stemmed from egregious disregard of significant human, national, and economic problems within the TPP. [more...]

2017 Business Trends Already Taking Shape

With many expecting 2017 to be a promising year for businesses, it is important to be knowledgeable on the changing landscape of the professional world. Business trends which have taken shape over the last few years are now becoming mainstream. 30-year-old brick and mortar businesses and 2-week-old startups are increasingly approaching the workplace with similar strategies. Here are a few trends to look out for in 2017... [more...]

To Russia With Love

On our latest REVOLUTION podcast, Arlene Bynon and I explored the latest revelations about the Russian hacking scandal, the reactions from Putin and our President-Elect. [more...]

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