Tuesday, December 26, 2017

12-27-17 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Fmr. Congressman John LeBoutillier Demands Sex-Related Payouts Disclosure, 20 Congressmen Could Fall Soon
2. Joel Gilbert: 'Trump - The Art of the Insult'
3. Lowell Ponte: Expert Predictions for 2018 - Pt. I
4. James Hirsen: Box Office Down Again in 2017
5. Kerry Lutz: Spreading the Wealth Trump Style - Get Ready for More Tax Cuts

Fmr. Congressman Demands Sex-Related Payouts Disclosure, 20 Congressmen Could Fall Soon

Former GOP Rep. John LeBoutillier, the author and co-host of the popular “Revolution The Podcast” is calling on Congress to release the names of all members whose sexual harassment or misconduct led to settlements paid for by taxpayer dollars.  “Every name of every harasser should be made public,” says LeBoutillier. [more...]

'Trump - The Art of the Insult'
Directed by Joel Gilbert

In the new film, Trump: The Art of the Insult, Donald Trump dominated the 2016 Presidential face with a master plan of political incorrectness, using The Art of the Insult to brand political opponents and bash the media all the way to the White House. In the film, Donald Trump emerges as a marketing genius and performance artist who, despite being a Manhattan billionaire, captured the hearts of middle America. Critics are calling The Art of the Insult “the most entertaining political documentary ever!” [more...]

Expert Predictions for 2018 - Pt. I

The dawn of the Petro-Yuan: will it doom the dollar? When President Richard Nixon in 1971 suddenly severed the dollar’s anchor to gold – fearful that allies such as France were about to demand all the gold in Fort Knox in exchange for their mountains of paper dollars – its “exorbitant privilege,” as one French official called it, as the world’s Reserve Currency was saved by a deal with Saudi Arabia, which kept selling its oil only for dollars in exchange for the U.S. military’s arms and blood defending the Saudis. In other words, they would prop up the dollar if we propped up the ruling Muslim Saudi royal family. We switched from the precious metal-backed dollars of our Constitution to “Petro-Dollars.” China now threatens this fundamental part of the “international order” by being on the verge of creating the “Petro-Yuan” through contracts backed by gold to sell oil in exchange not for dollars but for China’s currency. This will send the value of gold soaring, ZeroHedge predicts, as “China Kneecaps The Dollar.” The Petro-Yuan could at least share and thereby dilute the power of America’s global reserve currency monopoly – and might be the beginning of its end. [more...]

Box Office Down Again in 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, the entertainment industry is discovering it has to deal with the reality that this year is turning out to be the worst ever for the Hollywood brand. The sex scandals surrounding movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and other major Hollywood players certainly did not help matters. Neither did the vitriolic politics that routinely spewed from left-wing celebrities’ mouths and wound up alienating folks from coast to coast. This year the movie box office, once the primary gauge of the entertainment business, suffered yet another decline. Despite the fact that over the last twenty years or so gross box-office revenues saw an increase, for the last decade and a half, actual ticket sales have consistently taken a dive. [more...]

Spreading the Wealth Trump Style - Get Ready for More Tax Cuts

Trump has cracked the Rosetta Stone of getting things through Congress. The congressional tax cut saga has just concluded, and Trump won yet again. But this is just the beginning. Assuming the economy strengthens substantially ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections, and that Republicans not only retain their majorities in both houses, but also enlarge them, get ready for the next round of tax cuts. Congress lives to fight one battle at a time. Trump always has the larger picture in mind. While this tax bill is less than perfect, upon its success, it sets the stage for more tax cuts during Trump’s seven remaining years. Yes, if the economy is growing at a 4-6% rate come 2020, you’re looking at four more years. [more...]

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