Tuesday, September 4, 2018

9-4-18 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Robert Spencer: McCain was the Main Supporter for the Muslim Brotherhood
2. Karen Kataline: Cynthia Nixon and Hollywood Hypocrisy
3. Lowell Ponte: Are You Ready for ‘President’ Nancy Pelosi?
4. Sally Pipes: Young Doctors Need to Wake up to the Grim Reality of Single-Payer Healthcare
5. Adam Amdrzejewski: Farm Bill Unlikely to Stop Flow of Taxpayer Subsidies to Wealthy Urbanites
6. John LeBoutillier: Updates on the Latest Hot Topics in the News

McCain was the Main Supporter for the Muslim Brotherhood

McCain has already been canonized by an establishment media desperate to destroy President Trump in any way it can, but in Egypt they’re not so worshipful. McCain “was the main supporter for the terrorist Brotherhood. Senator McCain was the one who opened up the Congress to the Brotherhood. He was the one arranging the meetings and appointments and providing them with protection.” Remember that when Michele Bachmann called for an investigation into Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in the U.S. government, McCain denounced her on the Senate floor as a bigot and an Islamophobe. There was no investigation. [more...]

Cynthia Nixon and Hollywood Hypocrisy

There’s a new Nixon in political-town - Cynthia Nixon - but her politics are as old as Karl Marx. The Hollywood actress-turned-politician is challenging Andrew Cuomo in the New York primary for Governor. It’s no secret that she is endorsed by the The Democratic Socialists of America. But why is it so common for wealthy, privileged celebrities to embrace Leftist ideas?  They find it easy to show moral indignation towards the wealthy, other than themselves, and advocate for the confiscation and re-distribution of other peoples’ money. I’m not sure they realize that it brings poverty to just about everyone but why are they so comfortable with their sense of superiority about their ignorance?  Leftism has been so endemic in Hollywood that we barely notice and hardly ever ask such obvious questions. [more...]

Are You Ready for ‘President’ Nancy Pelosi?

Loony leftists such as Bill Clinton’s former Labor Secretary Robert Reich now demand nothing less than “annulling” Trump’s election as invalid. Everything Mr. Trump has accomplished as president must be nullified and erased, demands Reich, and the Orwellian air-brushing of the very name and face of Donald Trump must erase him from history and turn him into a “non-person,” as if he had never existed. He wants President Trump and Vice President Pence removed from office by the U.S. Supreme Court. If Democrats win the House this November, under the Constitution Nancy Pelosi could thus become President. [more...]

Young Doctors Need to Wake up to the Grim Reality of Single-Payer Healthcare
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

For decades, doctor organizations such as the American Medical Association have opposed single-payer healthcare. But this opposition is ebbing. At the group's June meeting, a cohort of younger doctors urged the AMA to adopt a neutral position toward socialized medicine. The student arm of Physicians for National Health Insurance is part of the push. Growing in recent years, the group now has 1,400 members at more than 60 medical schools. These young and idealistic doctors no doubt mean well. But if they understood how badly patients and doctors fare under single-payer, they'd be far less keen on socialized medicine. [more...]

Farm Bill Unlikely to Stop Flow of Taxpayer Subsidies to Wealthy Urbanites
By Adam Andrzejewski, Author of “Operation Drain the Swamp”

A movie star is more likely than a cowboy to stroll down Beverly Hills’ famed Rodeo Drive, but that doesn’t mean there are no farmers in Tinseltown. Or at least Congress thinks so, judging by the farm bill, which sent $15,488 in farm subsidies last year to the homes of Hollywood’s elite. “Farmers” in Aspen, Colorado, got $278,000, while the fertile plots of New York City were fertilized with $2.8 million. Congress is back at the drawing board, writing an update to the farm bill - though budget watchdogs say there is little chance that lawmakers will rein in the kinds of policies that shelled out $13.2 billion last year, with much of that going to “crop insurance” subsidies. The farm bill may be the clearest example of how special interests can trump the public’s interest. Both the recipients and the funders have a vested interest in not disrupting the flow of subsidies that generates income and political donations. Transparency is so critical because the public can’t reform a process it can’t see. The farm bill gets less attention from a national press more focused on White House scandals and hot-button social issues, but it is heavily covered - and debated - in agricultural communities. [more...]

Updates on the Latest Hot Topics in the News

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we examine the current state of the Trump-Russia investigation, the upcoming November 6th mid-terms and what may happen over the next 60 days. How have things changed since the Manafort convictions, the Cohen plea deal, the immunity deals and the McCain funeral? What is about to happen next? [more...]

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