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...]

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