Wednesday, May 29, 2019

5-29-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Crista Huff: 3 Investment Strategies for the Next Market Sell-Off
2. Lowell Ponte: Obama's Spygate
3. James Hirsen: Kanye West Stands Up for Trump Supporters
4. David Horowitz: Eight Non-Jewish UCLA Student Council Members Pass Resolution Absolving SJP of Anti-Semitism
5. Daniel Greenfield: How Bill Gates Destroyed the SAT

3 Investment Strategies for the Next Market Sell-Off
By Crista Huff

Last week an investor asked me, “If there is a stock market sell-off and money is withdrawn from the market by an exodus from ETFs/mutual funds, how does one protect him/herself as fundamentals will not matter?” My answer to that question can probably help many investors clarify their investment strategies and find productive ways to deal with stock market volatility. The vast majority of stock investors are going to experience big drops in portfolio values during bear markets or market corrections, and there isn’t too much that we can do about it. So, the key question becomes, “Are you brave enough to let your stocks recover in the coming months?” [more...]

Obama's Spygate
By Lowell Ponte

Obama is about to publish his memoirs but is apparently so worried about his wife’s success as an author that last week he said Michelle “had a ghost writer.” Ironically, Barack’s own first two books were apparently ghostwritten by Bill Ayres, a New Left Weatherman terrorist but skillful writer in whose apartment Barack launched his own first political campaign. In Dreams of my Father, Barack described seeking out “Marxist professors” in college. His administration welcomed fellow 'red diaper babies,' from David Axelrod to Valerie Jarrett. Obama appears to have been deeply involved in weaponizing government agencies to wiretap and spy on Donald Trump in a “Trumpgate” attempted coup d’etat. He met in the Oval Office with his FBI Director James Comey, accomplice in the scheme Vice President Joe Biden, and others the day before Comey was to set Trump up by telling him a lurid tale in what is now known as the Trump dossier. [more...]

Kanye West Stands Up for Trump Supporters
By James Hirsen

When it comes to Kanye West, Democrats have a lot to fear. Bucking the trend in the entertainment industry, Kanye has shown support for President Trump on a number of occasions, including one in which he made a visit to Trump Tower shortly after President Trump’s 2016 election victory. The popular rapper, who also happens to be the husband of Kim Kardashian, appeared last year on “Saturday Night Live” and gave a speech to the audience immediately after the broadcast. Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media breathed a collective sigh of relief when Kanye made a late autumn announcement via Twitter back in 2018 that he was “distancing” himself from politics. However, at the start of 2019, he was back on the Trump train again. [more...]

Eight Non-Jewish UCLA Student Council Members Pass Resolution Absolving SJP of Anti-Semitism
By David Horowitz

The UCLA Undergraduate Students Association passed a resolution last week asserting that the campus group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) is not anti-Semitic and condemning the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s newest report, “An Epidemic of Jew Hatred on Campus: the Top Ten Neo-Nazi Incidents,” which was distributed in newspaper form on the UCLA campus on April 30. USAC passed the resolution with a vote of 8-1. All 8 members of the student council who voted for the resolution are not Jewish. [more...]

How Bill Gates Destroyed the SAT
By Daniel Greenfield

Bill Gates has wielded the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as a tool for wrecking education with Common Core and has hijacked the College Board, which began as a conclave of elite college leaders, into pursuing his radical social and political agendas. The downfall of the College Board began when it picked David Coleman, a Gates alumnus who had played a significant role in writing Common Core standards, as its new president. Coleman, a Rhodes Scholar, the son of a Bennington College president and New School dean, had degrees from Yale, Cambridge and Oxford. By the age of 25, he was working at McKinsey as an educational consultant. The rest of the story was an escalator ride through the consulting industry that destroyed education. [more...]

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