Thursday, January 25, 2018

1-25-18 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Kerry Lutz: The Future Belongs to the Blockchain
2. Daniel Greenfield: The Obama Government’s Secret Societies
3. Michell Seiler-Tucker: The Shutdown is Over... for Now
4. Michael Stumo: Washer/Solar Safeguard Tariff Cases
5. Bruce Thornton: Snowflake Feminism
6. Joel Gilbert: Did Christopher Steele Write His Dossier or Did a Russian Associate?

The Future Belongs to the Blockchain

We just attended the North American Bitcoin conference in beautiful Miami Florida. Over 4,000 people attended. There were more millennial billionaires in one place then we’ll ever see again in my life. 30 plus companies/block chain purveyors presented at a cost of $20,000 per 15 minutes. Our good friend Jeff Berwick was present preaching his anarcho-capitalist way of life, and was very well received. Everyone presenter had a similar story to tell/sell. The block chain is revolutionizing commerce, law, banking, investing and any other sector of the life that you can think of. [more...]

The Obama Government’s Secret Societies

A week after the election, groups inside and outside the government, some calling themselves Obama Anonymous, had begun meeting to plan the “resistance” to Trump. Unlike the angry protesters in the streets, this resistance wasn’t a new organization. It consisted of Washington, D.C. government lifers. At the CFPB, there was a group calling itself Dumbledore’s Army. Within the FBI and the DOJ, there was a nameless “secret society.” Its details are being derived from text messages exchanged between Peter Strzok, a disgraced member of Mueller’s team, and his mistress, Lisa Page, who worked for FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Previous Strzok texts had spoken of taking out “insurance” against a Trump win. This was all the more significant since Strzok had investigated Hillary and interviewed Flynn. He was a crucial figure in both the investigations of Hillary Clinton and President Trump. [more...]

The Shutdown is Over... for Now

A short-term resolution was made ending the 3-day government shutdown. The vote held on Monday was a short compromise as members from both sides urged their party leaders to find a resolution and get federal employees back to work. However, the vote came late in the work day, after hundreds of thousand federal workers were put on furlough. The resolution was passed with a 266-159 vote in the house and 81-18 in the senate, but with some contingencies. The Democrats agreed to stop the shutdown if the republicans agree to hold a vote for a legislative fix to DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). But the resolution is on a running clock. [more...]

Washer/Solar Safeguard Tariff Cases

The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) applauds the Trump Administration’s decision to impose safeguard tariffs on imports of solar panels and clothes washers. America invented solar cell technology. But China stole that technology and has massively subsidized solar production for the purpose of dominating the global solar industry. The president’s decision to impose safeguard tariffs is a key first step in correcting the market and giving America’s solar panel manufacturers a chance to get on solid footing.” [more...]

Snowflake Feminism

The anonymous attack on comedian Aziz Ansari, essentially for being a lousy date and inconsiderate sex partner, has led some to think that the spate of attacks on men for sexual harassment and assault might be slowing down. Although the account by “Grace,” the pseudonymous accuser, has been defended by many, others who have supported the outing of sexual assaulters have drawn the line at lumping bad dates in with more serious sexual malfeasance. Still others hope that the absurdity of Grace’s charges will force a rollback of the ever-escalating demonization of men guilty of nothing more than failing to fulfill a woman’s subjective expectations even when not made explicit. [more...]

Did Christopher Steele Write His Dossier or Did a Russian Associate?
Directed by Joel Gilbert

Among the few givens in the unfolding drama of alleged Russia-Trump collusion is that former MI6 intelligence officer Christopher Steele wrote the Donald Trump-Russia dossier, alternately known as the "Steele Dossier." This is the notorious document that purports to detail "Republican candidate Donald Trump's activities in Russia and compromising relationship with the Kremlin." The above quote is from the subhead of the document, titled "Company Intelligence Report 2016/080," yet the same subhead hints at a disturbing pattern evident throughout the document: it appears to be written by someone whose native language is something other than English. [more...]

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