Tuesday, June 25, 2019

6-25-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. James Davidson: Was There Valid Predication to Investigate the Trump Campaign?
2. Karen Kataline: You’re Attacking Free Speech if You Use it to Attack the Media?
3. Sally Pipes: Democrats Don't Understand 'Medicare-for-all'
4. James Hirsen: The First Dem Debates
5. Lowell Ponte: Little-Known Oddities of the Dem Candidates
6. Crista Huff: The Next Housing Crash is Closer than You Think
7. Daniel Greenfield: One of Obama’s 10,000 Syrian Refugees Tried to Bomb a Black Church in Pittsburgh

Was There Valid Predication to Investigate the Trump Campaign?
By James Davidson, Former FBI Agent & President of ProtectTheFBI.org

Much has been surmised about the validity of the FBI's predication for the FISA warrant to intercept Carter Page as well as its predication to investigate the possibility of Trump-Russia campaign collusion. Conservative and liberal pundits are gearing up for the Inspector General's (IG) forthcoming report examining exactly this. Both sides are prepping to spin the results according to their political penchants. While I see no problem with an IG review of whether the FBI lived up to legal standards as to how it handled whatever intelligence comprised predication, the IG must refrain from determining whether the right call was made, even if it opines that certain information was insufficiently vetted or omitted. To do otherwise would send a chill through the agency and adversely affect its ability (and willingness) to safeguard the country. [more...]

You’re Attacking Free Speech if You Use it to Attack the Media?
By Karen Kataline

It’s tough to overestimate the arrogance of today’s media. While behaving like fragile victims, they keep telling us they are too important to be criticized. The “legacy media” has long ago dispensed with any pretense that they are fair, unbiased or even truthful and they’ve gotten into a tizzy because President Trump is attacking them again. He accused the New York Times of committing a “virtual act of treason” for reporting that the United States is substantially increasing cyber attacks on Russia. He says that isn’t true and is concerned about the ramifications of such reporting. Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger responded in a Wall Street Journal op-ed saying that Trump’s attack “crossed a dangerous line” for criticizing the press. What I believe is much more dangerous is that they take themselves so seriously. [more...]

Democrats Don't Understand 'Medicare-for-all'
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

This week, 20 Democratic presidential hopefuls will gather in Miami for their first debate. One issue is sure to dominate the discussion – "Medicare-for-all." The promise of free, government-run health care has become quite popular among Democrats since Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., made it a major plank of his 2016 presidential campaign. Four of his rivals for the Democratic nomination have co-sponsored his "Medicare-for-all" legislation. Several others have expressed support for something like it. Democrats may say they want "Medicare-for-all," but multiple recent polls show they have no idea what "Medicare-for-all" would mean for them – or for the country. [more...]

The First Dem Debates
By James Hirsen

Democratic candidates who are vying to win the top spot as their Party’s 2020 presidential nominee are set to take the debate stage on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. The rhetoric of many who are chasing the Democratic primary plum has been both confusing and unappealing to a sizable segment of the voting population. Candidates that fall within this category have, for the most part, been speaking to their far-left constituents, especially those who tend to be clustered in East and West Coast urban enclaves. [more...]

Democrat "Dembates"
By Lowell Ponte

This week begins the Democratic presidential candidate debates. The highlight of this beauty contest, however, may be former beauty contest owner and now-President Donald Trump, who will be doing a live running commentary, minute by minute, candidate by candidate, of each debate. This week’s debate requires a successful 'Hail Marx' pass, do or die. Each candidate desperately needs some incantation that will win over both rich contributors and radical supporters. The most interesting candidate is millionaire entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who perhaps in anticipation of ending the Electoral College, says he may campaign via 'hologram' in some states too unimportant to visit in person. I doubt that any of the 23 Democrats running for president "know what they're doing." I can discuss the little-known oddities of many of these candidates and what they are likely to do in this week's "debates." [more...]

The Next Housing Crash is Closer than You Think
By Crista Huff

A Profound Long-Term Housing Forecast (Baby Boomers: Take note!)

Early this month, I read a 68-page report by Wall Street analysts on population demographics, lifestyle trends and spending habits that’s projected out several decades. What I read about real estate was so significant – and in line with broad assumptions I’d been making about the next housing crash – that I would be remiss if I did not share it with you. [more...]

One of Obama’s 10,000 Syrian Refugees Tried to Bomb a Black Church in Pittsburgh
By Daniel Greenfield

“The best news is when you call get ready for jihad,” Mustafa Mousab Alowemer wrote in a public housing project in Pittsburgh. “I will spill my blood for the victory of my religion.” Northview Heights, the low-income housing project, is 90% African-American. Or at least it was. Then a flood of Syrian Muslim refugees showed up. Obama had promised to admit 10,000 Syrian migrants in 2016. The terrorist who plotted a massacre at a black church was one of them. [more...]

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