Thursday, June 13, 2019

6-13-19 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Dawn Perlmutter: Cop Watch Database Endangers Police
2. Jeff Ferry: Inflation Undershoots Again in May - Tariff Effect Nowhere to Be Seen
3. David Horowitz: The Dems' Muslim Brotherhood Romance
4. Sally Pipes: Medicare-for-all on Mark Levin
5. Crista Huff: Target Stock vs. Walmart Stock - Which is the Better Buy?

Cop Watch Database Endangers Police
By Dawn Perlmutter

Welcome to The Plain View Project - an anti-police information operation

The Plain View Project (PVP), a cop watch group disguised as a reputable research organization, analyzed the Facebook accounts of thousands of police officers across eight U.S. cities, including Philadelphia, Dallas, St. Louis, Phoenix, York, PA, Twin Falls, ID, Dennison, TX and Lake County, FL. On June 1, 2019 the Plain View Project study was published online as a database. This resulted in immediate internal affairs investigations, officers placed on desk duty and mandatory sensitivity training. The media enthusiastically reported that thousands of officers endorsed violence against Muslims, women, and criminal defendants. The ACLU is outraged, CAIR is making demands and an assortment of social justice protesters started marching. Everyone is calling for police to be fired. At first glance, the results of the so-called systemic look at officers on social media seems indefensible. However, a closer look reveals an extreme left-wing biased, major flaws in the research and a calculated manipulation of data to skew the results. [more...]

Inflation Undershoots Again in May - Tariff Effect Nowhere to Be Seen
By Jeff Ferry

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published the May consumer price index, and once again inflation has undershot Wall Street expectations. Headline inflation came in at 1.8% for May 2019 (compared to May 2018). The core rate of inflation (i.e., removing volatile food and energy prices) was slightly higher, at 2.0 percent, but still undershot what analysts were expecting. One team of bank economists reacted to yesterday morning’s undershoot with a published note saying: “Feeding the frenzy - Softer U.S. consumer price inflation data will only fuel the market clamor for interest rate cuts.” The note went on to speculate that Fed chairman Jerome Powell might signal a bias toward easing interest rates as soon as next week. [more...]

The Dems' Muslim Brotherhood Romance
By David Horowitz

In his recent appearance on Glenn Beck's show, David Horowitz discusses The Democrats’ Muslim Brotherhood Romance, the Left's anti-Semitic and anti-American agenda, and much more. [more...]

Medicare-for-all on Mark Levin
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

Watch PRI President/CEO Sally C. Pipes discuss all things health care with Mark Levin on “Life, Liberty, and Levin” on Fox News Channel. They discuss Obamacare, the push for Medicare-for-All/single-payer health care in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail, prescription drugs, and President Trump’s health care plans. [more...]

Leftist Comedy is Literally Hitler
By Daniel Greenfield

Leftists have never been as humorless, unfunny and touchy as they are now. And they've never poured as much time and money into late night comedy, Netflix comedy specials and assorted people angrily shouting things about Trump and their confused sexual identities into a microphone, as they are now. Comedy, as supported by billion-dollar media corporations based in blue states that would legalize killing babies and heroin before they would permit gun ownership, has returned to its roots in Greek political life. Except the ancient Greeks thought that people insulting each other's politics was funny and the modern Proggies think that the insults should be one-sided and delivered in an echo chamber. [more...]

Target Stock vs. Walmart Stock - Which is the Better Buy?
By Crista Huff

May was a poor month for U.S. stocks. While most retail stocks suffered greatly, Target (TGT) and Walmart (WMT) exhibited bullish price charts. I’m not adding either Target stock or Walmart stock to my Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor portfolio just yet, because their fundamentals are not strong enough. However, these are the go-to stocks for institutional investors who want to assess the discount store landscape in search of potential portfolio stocks. Let’s review their outlooks in this breakdown of Target stock vs. Walmart stock. [more...]

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