Thursday, November 14, 2019

11-14-19 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Daniel Greenfield & Evelyn Markus: Tough Truths About Antisemitism
2. Christopher Markowski: What Conservatism Should Look Like After Trump, and more...
3. Dr. Jerome Corsi: Smart Wall Less Expensive Solution to Border Security
4. Robert Curry: How to Misunderstand and Misrepresent the Founders
5. Karen Kataline: The Color of Colorado Doesn't Matter Anymore

Tough Truths About Antisemitism
By Daniel Greenfield

"Hamas! Hamas! Jews to the gas!" When Evelyn Markus made the difficult decision to leave Amsterdam, the "world's most liberal city," where she had grown up and come to the United States, she thought she was leaving hate behind. Her reasons for leaving a country where her ancestors had lived for four centuries, and her continuing journey through history and hatred, is at the heart of her new documentary film, Never Again is Now. Confronting anti-Semitism begins with the courage to tell the truth about it. And that’s what Never Again is Now does. It doesn’t shy away from dealing with the uncomfortable truths about hatred. Instead, it takes it on. [more...]
NOTE: Both Daniel Greenfield and Evelyn Markus are available for interviews.

What Conservatism Should Look Like After Trump, and more...
By Christopher Markowski

Hot topics I'm covering on my podcast this week: What Marco Rubio and other Republican-lite types are plotting moving forward and their ignorance in how the markets actually work. The easy way to solve income inequality. New AD in San Francisco is about as far-left as one can imagine. San Francisco is sh--hole. Let these far-left places fail. Higher taxes on the way? Trump at the Economic Club of NY... he is dead wrong on negative interest rates. Trade and tariffs - do not bend to the globalists. Texas builds a wall... against state income taxes. [more...]

Smart Wall Less Expensive Solution to Border Security
By Dr. Jerome Corsi

President Trump's core campaign promise of 2016 was to build the wall on the southern border. I have been working with HESCO, which is an established defense contractor that specializes in rapid-deployment perimeter defense systems for the U.S. military around the world. They have a product that is a very flexible wall system: Terrablock. This barrier they propose can't be scaled - it's designed with a spring mechanism that springs right back off. You can't drive a truck through it.  With the current wall, the steel bars are being cut through by smugglers who are able to take drugs in by cutting a few bars out. President Trump doesn't need additional appropriations; he can do it with the amount of money he's got available right now and the entire 1,200 miles can be completed by Election Day. If Terrablock can protect our troops in combat, they can protect the American people from drug criminals at the border. [more...]

Dr. Corsi is the author of Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders. He has been working on a solution to border security for the past 13 years. 

How to Misunderstand and Misrepresent the Founders
By Robert Curry, author of Reclaiming Common Sense

Although the Founders wrote and spoke with clarity and brilliance, it is evidently easy for us today to misunderstand them. The evidence is all around us. There are so many examples of Americans of all persuasions offering interpretations of the Founders which differ fundamentally from the Founders’ understanding of themselves, anyone whom I select for this discussion can seem to be unfairly singled out. According to the Founders, our property rights are among our unalienable rights - and securing our unalienable rights is the very purpose of government: "that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights... That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men." To provide an account of the Founders' ideas which leaves out unalienable rights is to not account for them at all. [more...]

The Color of Colorado Doesn't Matter Anymore
By Karen Kataline

With meticulous, decades-long planning, Democrats have successfully molded and fiddled with voter laws to give them a huge advantage in winning elections - and win they have. Democrats certainly didn’t write those laws to help Republicans, but some Republicans even supported those laws at the time because they seemed so benign. Colorado now has same-day and automatic voter registration, drivers’ licenses for illegals, and all mail-in ballots. The latter makes it possible to master the fine art of ballot harvesting. With all of that and more, it probably didn’t take as long as Democrat strategists expected to give them the monopoly of law-making power they now have in Colorado. [more...]

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