Wednesday, January 16, 2019

1-17-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Michael Newton Keas: Myth - A Big Universe is a Problem for Christianity
2. Michael Stumo: Tariffs on Chinese Goods Should Increase Despite Talks
3. Daniel Greenfield: Elizabeth Warren's Problem Isn't Sexism - It's Elizabeth Warren
4. Jamie Glazov: Ex-Muslim Calls Glazov's Jihadist Psychopath a 'Masterpiece'
5. Sally Pipes: Checking in on New York's (Health Care) State of Mind

Myth - A Big Universe is a Problem for Christianity
By Michael Newton Keas

Self-appointed spokesmen for science often use the enormous size of the cosmos, with its billions of galaxies, as a club to beat up on Christianity. They say people in the Western tradition had to wait for modern science to grasp that the universe was huge and had to shed historic Judeo-Christian views to do so. Not true. This is one of several anti-religious myths I dismantle in my new book, Unbelievable: 7 Myths about the History and Future of Science and Religion. [more...]

Tariffs on Chinese Goods Should Increase Despite Talks
By Michael Stumo

Trump administration officials have just returned from Beijing after two days of talks meant to resolve China’s aggressive trade and economic cheating. President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed last month in Buenos Aires to pursue negotiations regarding forced technology transfer, intellectual property theft and cyber hacking. It’s questionable, however, whether any short-term commitments will be credible or lead to real progress, since Beijing remains committed to a long-term strategy of eroding America’s economic, military and geopolitical strength. [more...]

Elizabeth Warren's Problem Isn't Sexism - It's Elizabeth Warren
By Daniel Greenfield

There's a reason no one likes her. There’s no surer sign that Warren is walking down Hillary Clinton Boulevard to the ditch of history than that a mere three days after she announced her run, her defenders are already accusing critics of sexism. Elizabeth Warren is Hillary Clinton reborn, and they’re both unlikable, because they’re both inauthentic scolds who suffer from hall monitor syndrome. They spent their entire lives breaking every rule they could find while awkwardly fantasizing about running every tiny detail of everyone else’s lives. Warren and Clinton are both unlikable because you can’t picture either one having any fun. Scolds are awkward and arrogant. They’ve spent a lifetime navigating the system, but never learned to fake plausible human emotions. They stay up nights afraid that somebody, somewhere is having fun. Likability has nothing to do with gender. We view people as likable when we think they like us. Even when we might not agree with them politically, we like to think that we could shoot the breeze. Can you picture anyone shooting the breeze with Hillary Clinton for under six figures? [more...]

Ex-Muslim Calls Glazov's Jihadist Psychopath a 'Masterpiece'

Jamie Glazov's new book is an Amazon's #1 New Release. Ex-Muslim Anni Cyrus calls Jihadist Psychopath a “masterpiece.” As a Sharia survivor, she says that Jamie’s book deciphers the Jihadist seduction/terror gambit dead on. It is a warning for Americans that radical Muslims are totally dedicated to the destruction of Western civilization. [more...]

Checking in on New York's (Health Care) State of Mind
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

Empire State progressives are giddy about the prospect of passing a single-payer health care bill in 2019. Every year for the past four years, the liberal State Assembly has approved the New York Health Act, which would establish a statewide single-payer plan. But the bill always died in the State Senate, where Republicans have held the majority since 2011. These Republicans united with the centrist members of the Independent Democratic Conference to oppose single-payer. It's understandable why so many New Yorkers have fallen for the siren-song of single-payer. The sales pitch is deceptively simple: When people need health care, they can just get it. No premiums, no deductibles, no copays. The government pays for the entire system out of tax revenue. [more...]

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