Wednesday, September 25, 2019

9-25-19 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Christopher Markowski: Ukrainegate Nonsense
2. Jeff Ferry: Apple Staying in Texas Due to U.S. Tariff and Industrial Strategy
3. Rose Tennent: If Fracking is Banned, What Happens to Those Jobs?
4. Daniel Greenfield: Dems Want to Impeach Even if it Means Losing in 2020

Ukrainegate Nonsense
By Christopher Markowski

Do you think we should have the intelligent services listening in on the President of the United States when he's having conversations with other world leaders?  This is the definition of the Deep State. More information is coming out in regard to the "whistleblower" who doesn't even have firsthand knowledge. This idea that the president put military aide on hold because they wanted information on Joe Biden... the whole thing stinks to high heavens. Rasmussen put the president at 52% - even in the leftwing polls, the president is higher than Obama was at the same point in time.  Do you think these ongoing attacks (impeach, impeach, impeach) will work out for the Dems? As Clint Eastwood said, "Go ahead, make my day!" It's all another Fugazi Trump story! Ukrainegate nonsense. Climate change freak show. PT Barnum would be proud! The scams keep on coming. [more...]

Apple Staying in Texas Due to U.S. Tariff and Industrial Strategy
By Jeff Ferry

On Sept. 23rd, Apple announced that its Mac Pro computer will continue to be manufactured in Texas, rather than China, Taiwan, or southeast Asia, as the company was previously planning. The Mac Pro is currently the only Apple product assembled in the United States. This is good news for Austin, Texas, good news for Apple, and good news for the US technology industry. But most of all, it marks an important evolution in our tariff and industrial policy toward what I hope will be a new, higher level of sophistication.  In striking a deal with Apple, the Trump administration agreed to exclude a series of Mac Pro components from its China tariffs. These components were tariffed at 10 percent as of September 2018 (part of the so-called "List 3" tariffs). The tariff rate rose to 25 percent in May, and the rate is scheduled to rise further to 30 percent next month. [more...]

If Fracking is Banned, What Happens to Those Jobs?
By Rose Tennent

The "green" left spent more than a decade trying to turn fracking into a dirty word, and Pennsylvania was ground zero for this fight. They told us that if we allowed fracking to continue, we’d all be subsumed in earthquakes and our tap water would turn to flammable poison. But that hasn’t happened. We allowed responsible, modern natural gas development to go forward, allowing Pennsylvanians to take advantage of some of the world’s greatest shale gas reserves. The result has been an incredible boon to our state and our country.  [more...]

Dems Want to Impeach Even if it Means Losing in 2020
By Daniel Greenfield

Like two rabid dogs fighting over the same rotten bone, the Democrats are in the middle of a civil war over impeachment. The Democrat leadership wants to defeat President Trump by winning an election, but its leftist hard core will settle for nothing less than impeachment even if it means four more years. Impeachment polls badly with independents, would increase turnout among Republicans, and doesn’t even score well with Democrats. The impeachment obsession has led to the perception among a majority of voters that the House is focused on going after President Trump to the exclusion of all else. So why the unpopular impeachment push that can’t succeed because of the composition of the Senate? Voters don’t like impeachment because they want to be the ones to remove politicians from office. Pelosi is asking the Left to let the voters do that just in 2020. But for the Left, that’s exactly the point. [more...]

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

9-24-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: The Agenda Behind the "Climate Strikes"
2. Karen Kataline: The Revolving Lie
3. Lowell Ponte: Breaking the Spell of Elizabeth Warren's Witchcraft
4. Sally Pipes: Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare-For-All' Means Worse Health Insurance at Higher Cost for Most Americans
5. Daniel Greenfield: House Dems Plot to Use IRS to Suppress Conservatives

The Agenda Behind the "Climate Strikes"
By James Hirsen

Climate strikes were recently staged around the globe in an effort to bring attention to the supposed emergency state of what was once called “weather.” Leftists are expert at manufacturing scary crises. To this end, they have managed to re-frame “weather” by giving it a number of anxiety-inducing names over the past few decades. Prior to settling on their latest iteration, they bandied about frightening sounding phrases such as “global cooling” and “global warming,” among others. Similar to the unsavory designs that came before it, the latest weather-related scheme is as flimsy as a plastic straw. [more...]

The Revolving Lie
By Karen Kataline

When you falsely accuse others, you should have to own up to it. When you willfully mislead the public, you should have to own up to it. You may never get your credibility back. If you do, you have fought hard to get anyone to trust you again. Only Democrat politicians and media acolytes get to keep accusing and framing, exploiting and abusing this privilege without having to admit they were wrong. They move on to the next scheme and the next accusation as if nothing ever happened. The truth never came out, and they weren’t shown not to just have a little egg on their faces but a whole omelette. [more...]

Breaking the Spell of Elizabeth Warren's Witchcraft
By Lowell Ponte

Recent polls suggest Elizabeth Warren has overtaken socialist Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and is rapidly gaining on corruptocratic former Vice President Joe Biden, in the race to become the Democrats' 2020 presidential candidate. The reason for the Massachusetts Senator's success is clear. By promising to tax more away from the productive rich, and to give more freebies to the slacker classes than any other candidate, Warren has cast an hypnotic, mesmerizing spell over one in five Democrat voters. Maintaining this magical mirage, however, will not be easy. [more...]

Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare-For-All' Means Worse Health Insurance at Higher Cost for Most Americans
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said recently that union workers would have a "hard time" supporting a "Medicare-for-all" plan, unless it carved out space for union-negotiated health plans. Trumka's comments come just weeks after Democratic presidential contender Sen. Bernie Sanders, (I-Vt), announced a change to his “Medicare-for-all plan” designed to mollify union leaders and win their support. Unions shouldn't let Sanders' political maneuvering fool them. His brand of “Medicare-for-all” would cripple union health plans and leave workers with something far worse. [more...]

House Dems Plot to Use IRS to Suppress Conservatives
By Daniel Greenfield

"It is important for us to consider how our policies can help reduce hate and violence through any vehicle," Rep. Danny K. Davis insisted. "Any mechanism, any apparatus, any way that we possibly can." The mechanism and apparatus being considered was unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination. The Oversight Subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee was holding a hearing on How the Tax Code Subsidizes Hate. Its theme was removing tax-exempt status from groups it didn’t like. [more...]

Friday, September 20, 2019

The Hypocrisy of Justin Trudeau

By Christine Douglass-Williams

Justin Trudeau’s latest mockery of visible minorities as he poses in blackface is telling, given that he is one of the biggest virtue signalers in the world. He has also stated that evangelical Christians are the worst part of Canadian society. The Trudeau government also erupted in scandal over the bullying of a native woman - former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould - over the SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal and prosecution. I can discuss: 1) the hypocrisy of Justin Trudeau; 2) the implications of his blackface; and 3) the hidden agenda behind virtue signallers like Trudeau and how they use and manipulate identity politics in anti-racism drives that wrongly target the very people who fight for equality for all. 

Christine Douglass Williams is author of the books: The Challenge of Modernizing Islam and "Fired by the Government of Canada for criticizing Islam: Canada, a weak link in the battle against Islamization." She was a federally appointed Director with The Canadian Race Relations Foundation under the former Conservative government of Canada but fired by the Trudeau government for criticizing political Islam. The reason given by the Trudeau government was that there was no place for "hate" and bigotry on a foundation that fights racism, despite the fact that political Islam is most intolerant and oppressive.

NOTE: Christine was a member of the Canadian race relations foundation and was fired by the Trudeau government for criticizing political Islam - and deemed to be a racist and an Islamophobe. But here is Trudeau mocking minorities in blackface, not to mention his verbalized disdain for evangelical Christians, referring to them as "the worst part of Canadian society." [more...]

Thursday, September 19, 2019

9-19-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Karen Kataline: Have Leftist Radicals Made it too Dangerous to #StandwithICE?
2. Daniel Greenfield: What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Gun Control
3. Joseph Duggan: Who Should Defend Saudi Arabia's Oil Interests from Iran?

Have Leftist Radicals Made it too Dangerous to #StandwithICE?
By Karen Kataline

When Leftist/Socialist agitators broke through barriers at an Aurora ICE detention center on July 12 and hoisted a Mexican flag, brought down an American flag, defaced a Thin Blue Line American flag and re-hung it upside down, their message was hardly subtle. Whether all of the participants knew it or not, this was symbolic of an act of conquest. We, of course, were expected not to be too offended by this. After all, it’s just the acting out of a few "crazies," right? There are two drastically different standards of behavior today. One, for law-abiders and the other for lawbreakers. Guess which one Democrats, Liberals, and Progressives consistently champion?

What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Gun Control
By Daniel Greenfield

In the prohibitionist and anti-prohibitionist discourse over gun control, the familiar choice between civil rights and mass death dominates the debate. It’s the same framework that the Left rejects when it comes to crime and national security but embraces on the issues of environmentalism and guns. Guns do kill people in the same purely mechanistic sense in which alcohol, drugs, or rat poison do. But guns are a means, not a motive. They don’t explain why gun violence happens, only how it happens. Above the object level is the individual level. Guns don’t really kill people; killers do. [more...]

Who Should Defend Saudi Arabia's Oil Interests from Iran?
By Joseph Duggan

A few days ago, more than 50 percent of the crude oil supply capability of the world’s largest oil exporter - also the top energy supplier of a certain major industrial nation - was attacked and taken offline. The likely perpetrator is an outlaw state already under economic sanctions imposed by the civilized world. Is it time for this great industrial nation to wage a military attack on the presumed culprit? Before assuming this question applies to the United States, let’s realize that the United States does not depend any longer on any foreign country for its oil supplies. Because of the complexity of global economics, it is still useful for the United States to import large quantities of crude oil - including some imports from Saudi Arabia - but today the U.S. exports much more crude oil than it imports. A few years ago, a huge component of the U.S. trade deficit was from importation of oil. Today, exports of oil from the U.S. actually mitigate our overall trade deficit. [more...]

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

9-17-19 Excellent Guests for Your Show

1. Joseph P. Duggan: Terror Attacks on Saudi Oil Operations Expose the Folly of Rubio and Graham’s Moralism
2. James Hirsen: The Impending Flow of Vape Related Lawsuits
3. Lowell Ponte: Democrats Target Your Gun Rights
4. Karen Kataline: Julian Castro’s Real Attack was on the Language
5. Crista Huff: This Weekend's Attack on Saudi Refineries Adds One More Variable to Bolster Prices

Terror Attacks on Saudi Oil Operations Expose the Folly of Rubio and Graham’s Moralism
By Joseph P. Duggan

Tanker ships and the strategic pipeline of Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, suffered terrorist attacks last week. Aramco has the monopoly on all Saudi Arabian oil production and is wholly owned by the Saudi government, the United States’ most powerful ally in the Middle East. The attacks at sea and in the heart of Saudi Arabia coincide with the upcoming public release of President Trump’s Arab-Israeli peace plan, for which Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates already are signaling support. Iran or its allies are suspected of responsibility for the attacks. As the crisis intensifies, the U.S. Senate’s Dynamic Duo of bellicosity, Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), are calling for harsh new economic sanctions. Are they to be imposed against Iran? [more...]

The Impending Flow of Vape Related Lawsuits
By James Hirsen

In the 1980s a host of lawsuits emerged, which alleged cigarette manufacturers knew their products were addictive and caused lung cancer but failed to warn consumers about the inherent dangers. History may be in the process of repeating itself, this time amid a controversy that surrounds a modernized smoking-related device. Several plaintiffs have already filed lawsuits against the largest e-cigarette corporate target, alleging that the company’s products create medical problems for consumers and additionally create addiction issues, particularly for teen users. [more...]

Democrats Target Your Gun Rights
By Lowell Ponte

Democrats in last week's debate have at last admitted that they aim to confiscate nearly 300 million firearms from the 43 percent of law-abiding Americans who own guns. Democrats plan to begin with "assault rifles," a term they try to avoid defining. But the most "moderate" of their presidential candidates - former Vice President Joe Biden - says he would banish any gun that has "more than one bullet in its magazine." Democrats apparently therefore want to "confiscate every semi-automatic rifle or handgun, and even any revolver or weapon with a clip capable of carrying more than one bullet." Biden, in other words, "would outlaw the vast majority of all firearms owned by Americans." [more...]

Julian Castro’s Real Attack was on the Language
By Karen Kataline

Among the most discussed moments of the recent Democrat debate was Julian Castro’s attack on Joe Biden’s mental acuity.  In comparing Biden’s health care proposals to his own, Castro had obviously planned this attack on the plagiarizing former Vice President: "You just said two minutes ago that they would have to buy in ... Are you forgetting what you said two minutes ago?" Audible gasps were heard from the audience which led to lecturing and preening from other candidates like Amy Klobuchar who compared Castro’s comments to a Trump tweet. [more...]

This Weekend's Attack on Saudi Refineries Adds One More Variable to Bolster Prices
By Crista Huff

Total S.A. (TOT – yield 5.9%) is a French multinational integrated energy company that produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity, operating in over 130 countries. Total is the second largest private global liquified natural gas (LNG) player, with a worldwide market share of 10%. Last week, a final investment decision (FID) was approved for Arctic LNG 2 in Russia. Total owns a 21.6% economic interest in the project. Total’s newly won $13 billion LNG export project in Papua New Guinea hit a snag in August when a new government regime decided to reevaluate whether they would honor the project, which had been approved in April by the former government regime. Last week, the new government gave the go-ahead on the project. Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Oil Search Ltd. are Total’s partners in the venture. [more...]

Monday, September 16, 2019

Women in Manufacturing Opt for

Rosie the Riveter to Madam CEO
Women in Manufacturing Opt for
By Rose Somma Tennent

Women are thriving in the Trump economy, and female entrepreneurs don’t put much credence in the deceptive liberal narrative about this President. Polls from late August suggest that President Trump is struggling to hold on to the support he once had with women. Supposedly the women he counted on in 2016 cannot be depended upon to support him again in 2020. Past experience dictates that polls are not reliable, particularly when applied to President Trump’s supporters. Conservative women cannot be stereotyped; they are stay-at-home moms, CEOs and owners of large corporations or both. For them, there is no call to comply with a pre-determined lifestyle.  Republican women have the support of other women in their party, regardless of the choices they make.

President Trump has delivered real results for women; in his first year of office, the number of women in poverty fell by nearly 600,000. Since then, his pro-growth economic policies have improved the lives of millions of women since he took office; and the economy has created nearly 6 million new jobs, more than 3 million of which have been filled by women. Additionally, the national female unemployment rate remained close to its all-time low for many months. Female unemployment has not been this low since the days of Rosie the Riveter.

Like 2016, once again, the poll numbers are deceptive. There is a huge but silent support base for President Trump. The women highlighted in this article, however, are not silent. They and their businesses have benefitted from the Trump Administration’s policies and the President’s commitment to jobs. They recognize that President Trump is fighting for the American worker and American companies. Businesses have waited a long time for an Administration that puts them first. American workers understand that Trump is fighting for their best interests and what will benefit them long term. When President Trump looks to make deals, he does so with our country’s best interests in mind and with the skills of a businessman for whom deals have consequences, as opposed to a politician who depends on the voter forgetting by the next election day that his deals didn’t pan out.

Politics should have no place in the discussion about what will provide the greatest number of jobs for Americans. The president is not the economy nor is Congress the economy; the American people are the economy. The less the government interferes in people’s choices in life, the stronger the economy will be. Trump’s policies have lightened the burden by lowering taxes and eliminating needless and burdensome regulations that crush the spirit of capitalism. With his commitment to focus on American business, President Trump has demonstrated through policy and trade agreements that everything we’ve been told about America’s decline is wrong. We can manufacture items here at home even though we were told we could not. In the recent past we were sold the idea that America’s best days were behind her, that the new normal was 1-1.5% annual growth. That was the leveling wind of globalism. Trump’s policies shattered that idea in less than 18 months. In this new environment, the world is taking notice that the words "Made in America" mean something again. Founder and CEO, Don Buckner, will be hosting the first-ever Made in America trade show in Indianapolis between October 3rd and the 6th this year. In 1998, Don hoped to find several American made products by searching online only to be disappointed. As a result, he decided to purchase the domain. The website served as a directory resource connecting patriotic consumers to more than 300,000 American-made manufacturers for several years. He later acquired the domain.

Don, himself, was in the manufacturing industry for over 30 years. He started out as a mechanic and welder with no formal education. In 1997, he launched Vac-Tron Equipment, ( a company that was born in his garage. In 2000, Vac-Tron was listed on the INC 500 as the 13th fastest growing privately held company, growing 6500% in just 3 years. In the same year, he was awarded the 2000 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the State of Florida. Buckner is also in the Business Hall of Fame and Vac-Tron was named Industry of the Year and Business of the Year.

In 2018, Don sold Vac-Tron Equipment and decided it was time to put his money where his mouth is and went all-in on the #AmericanMade plan and chose the Indianapolis Convention Center to hold the first-ever Made in America Trade show October 3-6 to highlight Made In America manufacturers and celebrate National Manufacturing Day, which is October 4th. "What more patriot thing can we do than to spend our American dollars on American made products to save American jobs?”  Don asks and adds, "The power of change is in our pockets; we should above all consider where that money goes." 

While manufacturing has traditionally been perceived as a male domain, more and more women are working in manufacturing and leading a myriad of companies. Appointing Linda McMahon as SBA head was a significant gesture to women by the President, demonstrating his support for female entrepreneurs. In Indianapolis in October, among the many exhibitors dedicated to using only American Made materials and products, are several female powerhouses in the industry. These women appreciate that President Trump has been supportive of the pride and commitment to "Hire American and buy American."

In 2006, Angela Horevitz, CEO and Founder of Bakers Sto 'N Go, decided there must be a better way for those who love to bake, or in her case, were called upon often to bring food and baked goods to either her son’s classroom or sporting events. Wanting a way to store or transport those baked goods without compromising the icing or simply providing storage to keep many varieties of food fresh, Angela launched Bakers Sto 'N Go in 2007, producing a food storage container with adjustable shelves on the inside. At that time Amazon was not what it is today, neither was the Internet. The only way Angela could get exposure for her product was to attend trade shows. Her product quickly became one of the year’s best new products and was available in mass merchant stores, from QVC, Target, Hobby Lobby, HSN, to many catalogs. Her product eventually caught the attention of HGTV, Cooking with Paula Deen, Real Simple magazine, and various other TV outlets.

After many USA manufacturing fails, Angela decided her best option going forward was to license her product, and she did so to Mrs. Fields Cookies. After 5 years of a great run, she decided to take the line back and market it on her own. The product was well received by outlets and HSN (now QVC) for their American Dreams program. Bakers Sto 'N Go has teamed up with Better Homes & Gardens and is being sold in select Walmart stores as the 7 Piece Dessert Carrier. Bakers Sto 'N Go is also sold on Amazon.

Making the decision to commit to Made in America was an easy one for Angela. She said she was "very disappointed in 2006 to discover that many, if not most, of our consumer goods were being made in another country. I vowed to be different. My goal was to be able to say, 'see - you can make quality, cost-effective goods in the USA.' For Angela, the actual cost of production is not much more than it would be if she were to go overseas. She is convinced, however, that the quality of the materials obtained here is far superior. To manufacture her product, she requires polypropylene, and while the cost here is similar, it’s more the assembly that is at issue.

"With minimum wage at a certain level, costs will naturally be higher. In the end, though, I prefer that the quality of the product be superior. And that is what I can depend on when I purchase what I need here in the U.S.  I’ve heard horror stories from other business owners who have had delays on their purchase orders, or items arrive damaged and poorly assembled when ordering from overseas. I don’t want those headaches," she said, adding "I am benefiting from a more competitive field as manufacturers are currently hiring at an all-time high, and that’s good for everyone."

Barbara Creighton’s Sarati International in South Texas provides a natural rebalancing option for women going through menopause. In the 1990’s Barbara was on a mission to find a safe product for her personal use. Finding that, however, in the '90s was no easy task. And so, once again, necessity became the mother of invention. Barbara discovered a product that would provide a natural path towards rebalancing. Pleased to discover this for her own use, she decided she wanted to give other women that same opportunity for relief and moved towards manufacturing the product herself. Barbara is the CEO at Sarati International, and the business has gone in the direction of custom formulations and private label.

When discussing her overall satisfaction with where things stand today at Sarati, Barbara said "I’m so appreciative of what President Trump has done for consumer confidence. We are a private label contract manufacturing personal care company. Our large and small customers who sell our proprietary or custom formulations in their spas or on Amazon are expanding their businesses and enjoying the profits the expansions have provided. Business is booming for us and for our customers. The Trump effect blesses all on the inside and outside as sales and profits increase."

Beverlee Dacey, President of Amodex, a company that provides a solution to what could potentially be anyone’s worst nightmare - stains. Their product is the only one that works on both oil-based and dye-based stains. Amodex is safe to use on both washable and dry-cleanable fabrics as well as carpets, upholstery and surfaces. It's also the only stain remover recommended by Newell Brands for removing all of their inks, including ink from a SHARPIE. Amodex is the only soap formula stain remover in the world. That is significant because it means that all the materials they use are safe and non-toxic. Every material used in the product is sourced in the U.S. It was a pledge Beverlee made when she took over the company during the recession in 2008 to support her fellow manufactures in the supply chain. Beverlee didn’t care if this commitment might cost her a little more, nor did she want to worry about what might be included in the ingredients in solutions from other countries.

Many consumer product companies use contract packagers for their products, but Beverlee and her family formulate and package their products at their facility in Bridgeport, CT. She and her four children - and her husband when he was still alive - worked together building the brand and are proud of the many accolades the family has received including an airing on Good Morning America, Consumer Reports giving them a number one rating for stain remover for ink, as well as a feature in Martha Stewart’s magazine. Martha Stewart also featured the company on TV and included them in her renowned "stain removal chart." 

Beverly believes the Trump Administration has "restored the Made in USA brand which has in turn revived our status in global markets. We’re finding that more and more foreign companies and consumers want American made products again. Since 2016, my company has expanded our exports to now include Spain, Jordan, Dubai, Chile, and Columbia." Because Beverlee is a strong supporter of "brick and mortar," her products can be found nationwide in mass market chains such as Lowe's and Hobby Lobby, regional supermarkets such as Giant, Stop & Shop, Harris Teeter, and ShopRite, and many local independent retailers.

President Trump has tirelessly promoted the idea of American jobs first. As a result, we are seeing a hugely competitive approach when manufacturers consider consumer products. Because of that, manufacturers are becoming more competitive with what they offer and how they approach those consumer products. As more and more manufacturers look to sourcing their materials in the United States, they are finding the price for those materials have become increasingly more competitive. Many companies have said that they saw the "trade wars" on the horizon and when they did, they began to take steps to source materials and products domestically. Additionally, they said that as the demand has grown for more American-made materials, new businesses have begun sprouting up to meet that demand. Over the last 2-1/2 years, the U.S. economy has added over 500,000 manufacturing jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Women have made incredible economic progress under President Trump, and as more women continue to enter the workforce at every level, it’s more important than ever to continue to pursue the pro-growth, America first policies that got us to where we are today. The women in business mentioned above - Angela, Barbara and Beverlee - will be joining other manufacturers in displaying their products at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis October 3rd through the 6th. Interested exhibitors and consumers can find more information at

Rose Tennent has been a prominent figure for twenty years as a syndicated conservative talk show host. She is a frequent guest host for Sean Hannity and has made several appearances on Fox News. She is currently the spokesperson for the Made In America Trade Show. Rose serves on Advisory Board for Women for Trump Coalition and Moms for America. She has formerly worked with the Smaller Manufacturers Council as a political liaison.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

9-10-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: Bernie Sanders Turns into Bernie Sanger
2. Lowell Ponte: Will America Soon Fall Like Ancient Rome?
3. Karen Kataline: "Climate Change" and Dorian
4. Crista Huff: The Current Financial Climate
5. Daniel Greenfield: Bernie Sanders Attends ISNA Convention with Islamists Who Backed Killing Gay People

Bernie Sanders Turns into Bernie Sanger
By James Hirsen

It was an eerie telling moment for Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. During CNN’s recent 7-hour climate change commercial, Sanders made it clear in a response to a question that if he’s the one who snags a White House seat in 2020, he will support the funding of population control measures in poverty stricken countries, measures that include the performing of abortions. [more...]

Will America Soon Fall Like Ancient Rome?
By Lowell Ponte

America will likely soon fall for many of the same reasons - loss of morals, loss of honest money, a flood of illegal immigrants, an internal civil war - that caused the decline and fall of ancient Rome, argues the October issue of The Atlantic magazine. But the fall of Rome was not so bad, writes James Fallows. It was replaced by castles and knights in shining armor, a more decentralized feudal society that led to our modern world. I offer three different observations... [more...]

"Climate Change" and Dorian
By Karen Kataline

I have often thought that the key to predicting, whether you are a liberal or a conservative, could be as easy as identifying what you fear most. Apart from the irresponsible, off-the-barometer fearmongering provoked constantly by the Left and which was on full display during the recent seven-hour “Climate Change Town Hall,” each of us decides what we will spend our time worrying about. We also must decide on the credibility and motives of such fearmongering.

The Current Financial Climate
By Crista Huff

The U.S. economy continues to chug along, as measured by a relatively uninterrupted stream of encouraging milestones: employment is at record levels; wages are rising; the Consumer Confidence Board’s Present Situation Index is now at its highest level in nearly 19 years; the Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) increased nicely in August; the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s (ELFA) Monthly Leasing and Finance Index reported that U.S. companies’ new business volume rose to $9.4 billion in July, up 15% from a year ago; used car prices are high; and both GDP and inflation are near 2.0%. [more...]

Bernie Sanders Attends ISNA Convention with Islamists Who Backed Killing Gay People
By Daniel Greenfield

What kind of presidential candidate would attend a convention featuring support for killing gay people? Either a very desperate candidate or an extremely radical candidate. When ISNA, an Islamic group accused of supporting terrorists, held its Evening with Presidential Candidates at a presidential forum for ISNACON 2019, the only two candidates who showed up were Julian Castro, who’s desperate enough to speak at a Pizza Hut or the Church of Satan, and Bernie Sanders, who keeps sinking to new lows. ISNA's former president who chairs its Fiqh Council, which dispenses Islamic sharia law, has assented to the death penalty for homosexuality. [more...]

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

9-3-19 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Crista Huff: How Tyson Foods Stock Became a Surprise Market Leader
2. James Hirsen: Kanye West's Music Gets Born Again
3. Lowell Ponte: Labor Day - A Thing of the Past?
4. Karen Kataline: Walsh’s Challenge to Trump Shows GOP ‘Never-Trumpers’ Like to Lose
5. Daniel Greenfield: Unionizing Uber

How Tyson Foods Stock Became a Surprise Market Leader
By Crista Huff

TSN Stock Has Become a Strong Growth and Value Candidate. Just Ask Jim Cramer. I made some good profit on Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN) call options in August, then moved on to other stocks, leaving Tyson as a distant, pleasant memory. Then I read some comments this week from Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money, that shoved Tyson Foods stock back into the forefront of my mind. [more...]

Kanye West's Music Gets Born Again
By James Hirsen

Kanye West’s latest career move may come as a shock to some. To others, it offers a blessing. Christians have wondered about Kanye’s faith over the years, especially due to his use of the nickname “Yeezus.” He has utilized Christian themes in his music as far back as 2004, with a tune titled “Jesus Walks.” After the success of the song, he was quoted by the New York Times as saying, “I will say that I’m spiritual. I have accepted Jesus as my Savior. And I will say that I fall short every day.” [more...]

Labor Day - A Thing of the Past?
By Lowell Ponte

American Labor Day was designed to be different from the socialist/Marxist celebration of workers on May 1st, the day the Soviets paraded their weapons in Moscow. Our Labor Day comes at a time of harvest, abundance, and celebrates workers as consumers with many sales. The Leftist "International Workers Day," May Day, comes at a time of planting empty fields. It was designed to teach workers that company owners are their enemies and are to be overthrown. May Day creates class warfare. Labor Day celebrates the shared success of workers and their companies. The labor unions promoted by the Left have largely failed, representing only 6 percent of industrial workers in the U.S. But the Democratic Party has unionized 37 percent of government workers and uses all unions as a coercive money-laundering scheme to enrich itself. Celebrate Labor Day while you can. Most jobs over the next 50 years are going to be taken over by robots that will work 24 hours a day, never go on strike, and never get pensions. [more...]

Walsh’s Challenge to Trump Shows GOP ‘Never-Trumpers’ Like to Lose
By Karen Kataline

At first, I couldn’t muster much interest in the relatively irrelevant news that Joe Walsh plans to mount a primary challenge to President Trump in 2020. Au contraire. It serves as a great example of what seems to motivate the anti-Trump Republicans in our midst. Walsh, a one-term Congressman from Illinois (2011-2013) made his announcement on “This Week” with George “Step-on-all-of-us,” using old, tired Democrat talking points to explain why he despises Trump. He added his own blend of hubris in speaking for the entire Republican party despite reality and facts: [more...]

Unionizing Uber
By Daniel Greenfield

After Pete Buttigieg's campaign spent thousands of dollars on Uber and Lyft, the candidate showed up in San Francisco to protest the independent contractor status of gig drivers. Joining a bunch of union activists who shut down traffic in front of Uber's headquarters, causing problems for everyone stuck behind them on Market Street, Buttigieg insisted that the gig economy is illegitimate and that Uber drivers were employees and not independent contractors. "You deserve a minimum wage," he bleated through the noisy feedback of the sound system. The minimum wage that the union protesters want is $30 an hour. [more...]