Monday, October 29, 2018

10-30-18 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Karen Kataline: Brave. Brilliant. Blexit.
2. Christian Toto: The Ugly Truth About The Simpsons' Controversial Indian Character's Exit
3. James Hirsen: Megyn Kelly's Legal Battle Ensnares NBC News Chair Andy Lack
4. Lowell Ponte: The Antidote for October Surprises
5. Brigitte Gabriel: Tolerance for Anti-Semitism Must End
6. Adam Andrzejewski: 94,000 Public Employees & Retirees Cost Taxpayers $12B
7. John LeBoutillier: A Bomber, A Shooter and the Politics of Rage

Brave. Brilliant. Blexit.
By Karen Kataline

There has been a profound need to tell the truth to the black community about how they’ve been used and exploited for votes. In return, they got slums, ghettos, crime and poverty. It’s tough to find a way to tell someone they’ve been duped. But we’ve also seen how easy it is for people to change on a dime when there’s a powerful cultural phenomenon. I have more than a hunch that Blexit could be that phenomenon. It won’t be easy. The demonization has already begun.  The left thinks of their victim groups as mascots and they don’t like it when their pets escape. Maybe after Blexit, we can finally have a Jexit (Jews’ exit from liberalism.) Look for the Left to once again lose their minds. This ought to be fun. [more...]

The Ugly Truth About The Simpsons' Controversial Indian Character's Exit
By Christian Toto

Earlier this year Groening appeared defiant in the face of a documentary slamming Apu, the show’s Indian character, as a hurtful stereotype. His iconic series addressed the matter in an episode where Marge and Lisa discussed a similar subject. That was in April, a lifetime ago in social justice time. Now, it appears Apu is heading for the exit, stage far left. Seeing a show like the “The Simpsons” buckle to the PC Police, do they privately think the controversy is overblown? Are they sad to see Hank Azaria, the voice of Apu, out of a gig? Have they considered the chilling effect on free speech ApuGate delivers? [more...]

Megyn Kelly's Legal Battle Ensnares NBC News Chair Andy Lack
By James Hirsen

It looks like Megyn Kelly is playing hardball with the Peacock network. Her television show “Megyn Kelly Today” was summarily canceled a short two days after a controversial episode of the show aired on NBC. The episode in question contained an anecdote told by Kelly, which many found offensive and consequently set the social media ablaze. Possibly believing that she could make things right, at the opening of the subsequent show Kelly offered an emotional apology and received a standing ovation from the in-studio audience. In addition to the public apology, she sent a contrite letter to her colleagues. The apology and letter were essentially ignored by NBC News brass. NBC News Chairman Andy Lack slammed Kelly’s on-air comments during a town hall event that he held for news division staff. [more...]

The Antidote for October Surprises
By Lowell Ponte

One of the highest art forms in our democratic politics has been the “October Surprise,” a news bomb designed to explode so close to Election Day that an opponent – having too little time to answer it – is destroyed by this last-minute surprise attack. with only days to go before the November election, an honest voter should assume that any new “October Surprise” is false. If such an attack were valid, then why was it sprung at the last minute, too late to be evaluated or scrutinized? Second, if the other side uses such a sneak attack to win, what does this tell us about their integrity – and their contempt for our intelligence and sense of fairness? Before Election Day, we may see several October Surprises used to smear Republican candidates - or to motivate Democratic, intimidate GOP, or alienate independent voters. Consider three recent surprises… [more...]

Tolerance for Anti-Semitism Must End
By Brigitte Gabriel

Too often, hatred against Jews is disregarded as an almost archaic form of racism. The horrific massacre shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue is a tragic reminder that anti-Semitism is alive and well in the United States. The same hatred which led Hitler to commit unthinkable genocide against innocent Jews still persists throughout the world and, tragically, here in the United States. Remarkably, despite being most of the hate crimes, anti-Semitism seems to be one of the only forms of hatred and bigotry that is still tolerated by the mainstream media. It’s almost as if this hatred is seen as an ancient myth and in the most egregious circumstances, the mainstream press is actually propagating it. The civilized world must band together in solidarity to ensure that people of all faiths can live in peace and harmony and that Jews are never persecuted and victimized by barbaric, murderous ideologies ever again. To allow anti-Semitism to continue to exist unchecked in the 21st century destroys a piece of everyone’s humanity. There is simply no room for such hatred in the world. [more...]

94,000 Public Employees & Retirees Cost Taxpayers $12B
By Adam Andrzejewski, Author of “Operation Drain the Swamp”

Let us introduce you to the Illinois $100,000 Club that cost taxpayers $12 billion. It's comprised of 93,798 public employees and retirees who earned a new “minimum wage” of $100,000 or more. While Illinois is broke, and it continues to flirt with junk bond status, the public employee class is living the good life. Our auditors found three doctors at the University of Illinois at Chicago with incomes between $1 million and $1.6 million; 633 educators out-earned every governor of the 50 states ($190,000 to $407,000); and 130 small town or government administrators made between $190,000 and $324,000. [more...]

A Bomber, A Shooter and the Politics of Rage
By John LeBoutillier

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we analyze the recent increase in violent incidents and the effect on the November 6th election. Why so much hatred - especially in a growing, healthy economy? What role does Trump play in this poisonous atmosphere? Is the Alt-Right now the "mainstream" of the GOP? [more...]

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