Thursday, October 26, 2017

10-26-17 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Dr. Gerard Lameiro: The Clinton Era of Power Politics is Over
2. Daniel Greenfield: How Obama Use Hillary’s Dossier to Spy on Trump
3. Bruce Thornton: The New York Times' Continuing Romance with an Evil Ideology
4. John LeBoutillier: Uncivil Times
5. Michael Stumo: Trump Should Avoid “Strong” Dollar Fed Reserve Nominees 

The Clinton Era of Power Politics is Over

The Clinton era is indeed over. You can mark it down on your calendar. The Bill and Hillary Clinton era of power politics dominating and controlling the Democratic Party, and a seemingly endless list of questionable activities is over. Why do we make this conclusion? Recent news reports seem to politically damage Bill and Hillary Clinton and others associated with them in ways that will be difficult from which to recover. It is possible that laws have been broken. It is also unlikely that Hillary Clinton’s problems can be overcome in time for another run for the White House in 2020. In addition, it is now possible that members of the Left no longer intend to support Hillary Clinton and no longer will continue to protect her. Let’s look at some of the recent news stories that appear to have further damaged the reputations of the Clintons. [more...]

How Obama Use Hillary’s Dossier to Spy on Trump

How do you legally spy on your political opponents? At some point in time that question was asked in the White House, at the DNC or in the hotel suites where Hillary and her staff were staying during her speaking tours. It wasn’t exactly asked that way. But it was asked. And now we know more of the answer. What Hillary and Obama did wasn’t Watergate. That was amateur hour. Its sophistication is a tribute to the left’s deep knowledge and control of the workings of Washington, D.C. The men and women who planned this and carried it out understood not only government, but had an intimate familiarity with the loopholes in the laws and the networks of contacts that could realize their highly illegal plans. [more...]

The New York Times' Continuing Romance with an Evil Ideology

To mark the centenary of the Bolshevik Revolution, The New York Times has been running a series called “Red Century.” In the spirit of its Pulitzer-Prize-winning Moscow correspondent and uber fellow-traveler in the thirties, Walter Duranty, the articles in the main are an exercise in rehabilitation rather than historical evaluation. Given communism’s historically unprecedented and copiously documented record of slaughter, torture, mass imprisonment, brutal occupation, and utter failure to achieve its workers’ paradise of justice and equality, the question why the Times would attempt to mitigate the evil of a totalitarian ideology that led to 100 million dead cries out for an answer. [more...]

Uncivil Times

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... We examine the increasing chaos in the Oval Office and how this has prompted Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake to separate themselves from Donald Trump. While his poll numbers reach all-time lows, Presidents G.W. Bush and Obama decry the tone of this administration while the Trump team furiously fights back with diversions and distractions. Meanwhile, Special Counsel Robert Mueller inexorably marches toward a final decision. How long can this status quo last? Can the GOP survive? Can Trump survive? [more...]

Trump Should Avoid “Strong” Dollar Fed Reserve Nominees 

The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) sent a letter to President Trump urging that he ensures that any Federal Reserve nominee favors a competitively priced dollar rather than a “strong” dollar: “Past federal government support for a ‘strong’ U.S. dollar has made our exports too expensive and foreign imports too cheap. President Trump rightfully aims to reduce or eliminate the U.S. trade deficit. We want to alert him to the fact that a pro-‘strong’ dollar stance by the Federal Reserve is unwarranted and will frustrate the administration’s trade deficit reduction efforts.” [more...]

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