Thursday, March 26, 2020

3-26-20 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Don Buckner: The Plan to Accelerate the Financial Recovery and Gain back our Sovereignty
2. Daniel Greenfield: Spielberg Funded a PAC, Now It's Exploiting the Coronavirus to Divide Americans
3. Lowell Ponte: In a Time of Plague
4. Sally Pipes: Obamacare's 10th Anniversary - A Trillion Dollars and Nothing to Show for It
5. Rose Tennent: How Women are Standing up to the Fear Surrounding Coronavirus


The Plan to Accelerate the Financial Recovery and Gain back our Sovereignty
By Don Buckner, Founder & CEO of MadeinAmerica.com

The COVID-19 virus has not only affected our physical and mental health but has exposed our country’s dependency on China for survival. With 80% of our pharmaceuticals being made in China and India, it puts us in a very weak non-negotiable position. We are almost totally reliant on China to provide critically needed masks, protective wear, respirators, and antibiotics. We have literally lost our sovereignty! This country’s future depends on what we do next. There are several key components to this critical mission to gain back our sovereignty. [more...]


Spielberg Funded a PAC, Now It's Exploiting the Coronavirus to Divide Americans
By Daniel Greenfield

Steven Spielberg and his wife gave $100,000. His former partner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, gave another $100,000. The producers of Lost gave over $50,000... not to relief efforts dealing with the coronavirus, but to a hate campaign against Trump. Steven Spielberg could speak out and ask Pacronym and American Bridge to stop dividing the country. The election is far away and there’s no urgent need to run digital ads right now. Attacking the President of the United States over the coronavirus undermines his leadership at a time when we need unity and decisive action. Instead Pacronym and American Bridge are encouraging fear, doubt and panic. But don’t expect anyone in the media to ask Spielberg the hard questions. [more...]


In a Time of Plague
By Lowell Ponte

Great nations have fallen not only from war but also from plagues of disease, which led to the downfall of ancient Athens, Rome, and Byzantium. Bubonic plague reached Europe via trade along China's "Silk Road" in 1347 and killed 30% to 60% of Europeans. But tough Europeans then had a Baby Boom (like the one we might have 9 months from now) that rebuilt its lost population in only six generations. This plague was a nightmare, but by making surviving workers more valuable, it led to the end of feudal serfdom, individual freedom, and eventually to Enlightenment capitalism and prosperity. I am warning that today's COVID-19 plague could mean the return of feudalism and serfdom, the end of individualism and liberty, and the death of Enlightenment capitalism as all-powerful government expands in its war against this virus. [more...]


Obamacare's 10th Anniversary - A Trillion Dollars and Nothing to Show for It
By Sally Pipes, President & CEO of the Pacific Research Institute

President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law a decade ago on March 23, 2010, promising an era of affordable healthcare. Instead, for the past decade, insurance premiums have skyrocketed while coverage options have declined. Clearly, this anniversary is no cause for celebration. Proponents of Obamacare point to increased rates of insurance coverage as proof the law achieved its goals. They fail to mention these gains were largely the result of Obamacare expanding Medicaid to cover nearly 15 million additional enrollees. [more...]


How Women are Standing up to the Fear Surrounding Coronavirus
By Rose Tennent

As a board member for the Women for Trump Coalition, I thought I would reach out to some of the women I have met through the coalition to learn how they were holding up through the pandemic. I spoke to women in Texas, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Both in Pennsylvania and Ohio several counties are experiencing a "stay at home" order. Many of the women I spoke to were able to easily make the transition to working from home, and others were stay-at-home mothers, and as a result, not much has changed for them in terms of being at home. However, many expressed frustrations at not being able to go outside the house "at will." Women are now looking at a drive to the grocery store, walking the dog, or a stroll with family members as the highlight of their days. Seeing a hugely positive aspect to this, Dr. Shirley Lazorchak said she "always appreciated the nurturing aspects of home, so this quarantine is a perfect place to be at this time. In fact, a bit joyous as I see it as stolen time - extra time." [more...]

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