Thursday, July 11, 2019

7-11-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Daniel Greenfield: The Democrat Who Let Epstein Get Away
2. Bruce Frohnen: Reclaiming the Republic
3. James Davidson: John Solomon's Mueller Probe Conclusions Examined
4. Sally Pipes: Don't Buy the Democrats' 'Moderate' Alternatives to Medicare For All
5. Joseph Duggan: Propaganda War vs. Saudi-Israeli Peace Accord
6. Crista Huff: An Unprecedented Profit Opportunity for Stock Investors

The Democrat Who Let Epstein Get Away
By Daniel Greenfield

The Florida prosecutor who allowed Jeffrey Epstein to get away with the abuse of children is a very popular guy in Palm Beach. The YWCA of Palm Beach County offers the Barry Krischer Humanitarian Award and the Domestic Violence Council has a Barry Krischer scholarship. The Florida Bar had honored Kirscher with a lifetime achievement award and he’s still listed as a member in good standing. Even Jeb Bush had bestowed a Peace at Home award on the prosecutor. Krischer sits on the Criminal Justice Commission and offers training to law enforcement, court personnel and child welfare providers on dealing with crimes of sexual violence. His bio states that he remains active in “child welfare issues” through his work with the Department of Children and Families. The former Palm Beach County State Attorney had made national news three times during his career. Once when he went after Rush Limbaugh, then after Ann Coulter, two Republicans, and when, after being handed the case of Epstein, a co-founder of the Clinton Global Initiative, he gave him a pass. [more...]

Reclaiming the Republic
By Bruce Frohnen

Are Americans too corrupt to be free? As our Constitution’s framers well knew, a republic is the most demanding form of government. If the people aren’t careful in choosing elected officials and diligent in defending basic principles of self-government, they will invite politicians to bribe them. At first, politicians will give tiny bribes that don’t stand out as corruption - offers for the government to protect people, making their lives easier, more streamlined, and more comfortable. Slowly, but predictably, we come to think of these bribes as what our government “owes” us, and we become dependent subjects of distant elites. This is the danger we came close to embracing in 2016, and it continues to grow. [more...]

John Solomon's Mueller Probe Conclusions Examined
By James Davidson, Former FBI Agent & President of

The conclusions John Solomon drew from his recent interview with Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch, Putin confidante, and self-described international power broker (Russian oligarch's story could spell trouble for Team Mueller, The Hill, 07/02/19) are based on a series of Deripaska claims that confirm a bias Solomon already has or that he wants his readers to adopt. The bias is that there was something materially wrong with the special counsel’s investigation, either regarding its predication, its tactics, or its judgment. Consequently, this is the lens through which Solomon views Deripaska’s “revelations.” Interestingly, Solomon treats Deripaska's information about his past dealings with the FBI in much the same way he believes the FBI treated information from Christopher Steele. [more...]

Don't Buy the Democrats' 'Moderate' Alternatives to Medicare For All
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

Democrats appear to be getting skittish about Medicare for All. During the first two Democratic presidential debates at the end of last month, moderator Lester Holt of NBC News asked all 20 candidates to raise their hands if they supported abolishing private health insurance and enrolling everyone in a government-run health plan. Only four did so. And one of those four, Senator Kamala Harris, said the next day that she didn't mean to come out in favor of outlawing private coverage. But the remaining 16 candidates are no moderates. Their preference for a "public option," or government-sponsored insurance plan, would lead to the same eventual destination: single-payer health care. The only question is how long that journey would take. [more...]

Propaganda War vs. Saudi-Israeli Peace Accord
By Joseph P. Duggan

NBC and other mainstream media outlets consider it “breaking news” to pronounce day in and day out since October that Jamal Khashoggi is still dead. Alas, the incessant reporting of Khashoggi’s demise is not a running gag nor any sort of laughing matter. The man was assassinated in a grisly fashion. Recently, NBC published a news item with intense fanfare and the headline: “Khashoggi murder: U.N. report finds Saudi crown prince could be liable.” [more...]

An Unprecedented Profit Opportunity for Stock Investors
By Crista Huff

There’s a profound and interesting change unfolding in the stock market. One by one, alternative asset managers are changing their business structures from limited partnerships to corporations. A wide variety of investors have been capitalizing on these situations, and it’s not too late for you to find ways to also join this investment party. Let’s examine the major players and where they stand in the corporate conversion process. The alternative asset management industry is made up of investment companies that invest in private equity, real estate, businesses, lower-rated credit, hedge funds and other ventures outside of the typical public stock and bond realm. The industry has traditionally consisted of limited partnership business entities. [more...]

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