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Thursday, August 24, 2017
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24 Aug, 2017
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Guest: Dr. Bonner Cohen, Sr. Environmental Scholar for the National Center for Public Policy Research, discussed the EPA land grab by changing the law regarding the regulation of wetlands by removing the word "navigable" from the waterways Congress authorized them by law to regulate. By expanding the definition of wetlands from "navigatable" waterways to simply waterways, the EPA, without congressional approval, would assume the ability to regulate virtually all wetlands in the United States including those that are seasonally or intermittently wet.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
White Supremacists and Antifa Both Anathema to America Values
President Donald Trump makes a statement on the violence this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, at the White House on August 14, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)
President Trump responded to the hate and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, by noting that many sides are to blame. There were, in fact, two sides that instigated the violence, both radical, both socialist, both anti-American. The racist and anti-Semitic neo-Nazis and white supremacists on one side and the radical communist so-called Antifa, or anti-Fascists on the other. Each side represents a philosophy that is anathema to America. In the tradition of terrorism, both sides benefit from the
provocation and the attention that it draws.
Trump’s reaction is like that of conservatives in past decades who condemned both Soviet Communism and Nazism and who accurately blamed both sides for causing World War II. Like today, with lines drawn between white supremacists and Antifa, both sides back then, the Nazis and the Communists, were radical socialist and anti-American. Back then, except for the period during the 1939-1941 Hitler-Stalin alliance, the American left criticized only one side, the Nazis, while giving a pass if not openly praising the other side, the communists.
Now the left is seizing upon the opportunity that the violence presents to side with one side, Antifa, by claiming that President Trump’s condemnation of both sides means that he is siding with one side, the side that hates black people. In this regard, they engage in classic left-wing projection. They think that Trump and conservatives view the world as they do, which is un-nuanced. Either that or they engage in classic leftist propaganda with full and conscious knowledge that they are lying. They go one step further in their attack against Trump by condemning, by proxy, his “base,” those of us who support him, by claiming that we also support one side, the racist side.
This is an opportunity for Democrats and liberal Republicans to come out and pound their chests with righteous indignation as they advance a false dialectic. They have no problem fanning the flames of racism and anti-Semitism that one side represents for their own political capital while they tacitly side with the other side, the violent Antifa. Shame on them!
The Trump haters, those who are willing to tear apart the fabric of American society to feed their seemingly unquenchable hatred for Trump, ought to look in the mirror before charging others with racism and anti-Semitism. These are the same people who support the Jew hating movement to
boycott Israel while ignoring Israel’s genocidal enemies who they tacitly excuse. These are the same people who have supported perhaps well-meaning but racist liberal policies that have hurt the African-American family, faith, entrepreneurialism and safety over the past half century.
Like the Nazis and the Communists of the past, the white supremacists and the Antifa embrace an atheistic collectivist view that is anathema to American
conceptions of private ownership, limited government, and rights emanating from the individual under God and not from the state. The white supremacists and the Antifa are both obsessed with race and race identity and the destructive politics that emanates from this belief. They both reject the position that Donald Trump and the majority of Americans support which is the principle of putting the interests of all Americans first, and that means just that, ALL Americans.
Thursday, August 10, 2017
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1st hour guest: Sam Blumenfeld and I talk about whether the Islamic radicals who make up ISIS are really left-wing revolutionaries.
2nd hour guest: Richard Baris, Editor and Senior Political Analyst at People's Pundit Daily, discusses his cutting-edge blog and its current ratings and maps pertaining to the upcoming Mid-Terms Election. Website: http://www.peoplespunditdaily.com/
Friday, August 4, 2017
Stephen K. Bannon, President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, has come up with a bold and audacious idea. Cut taxes for the middle class and working people, cut capital gains and corporate taxes on businesses, and raise taxes on the very rich, those who earn at least $5 million a year.
This would stick it to liberal hypocrites in Hollywood who insufferably moan about “fairness” and “equity.” Their accountants would no doubt respond by stashing their loot offshore. Perhaps they might choose to move to Italy like George Clooney. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who made millions from fees representing
corporations and who was paid $350,000 per year to teach one class at Harvard will finally get her wish, a tax on the “millionaires and billionaires.” So won’t Nancy Pelosi who is one of the richest members of Congress.
Maybe Barack and Michelle Obama will have to shell over a bit more dough from their estimated $30 million advance to deliver a ghost-written book. Bill and Hillary Clinton, not to mention daughter Chelsea, would probably not feel the pinch since their estimated hundreds of millions are neatly sheltered away in the “non-profit” Clinton Foundation. Perhaps poor Bill and Hill have taken a hit as of late, since
Hillary lost, and now that Goldman Sachs and Vladimir Putin are no longer banging down their door with checks for a half a million to deliver some insipid twenty
Yes, the top 1 percent, as Occupy Wall Street used to call them, are predominantly
liberals. For proof, check the annual list of top 100 richest Americans and how much they earn which is published annually by Forbes Magazine. The top five names on the 2016 list include liberals Bill Gates, $81 Billion, Jeff Bezos, $67
Billion, Warren Buffet, $65.5 Billion, Mark Zuckerberg, $55.5 Billion and Larry Ellison at $49.3 Billion. Currency grifter George Soros comes in at a cool $24.9 Billion. The only names on the list that are discernably non-liberal are the socially liberal and libertarian Koch Brothers who are worth $42 Billion each.
Steve Bannon has proposed what amounts to a great transfer of wealth from
pampered leftist snowflakes to real working Americans. Money that might
otherwise be sucked into some anti-American cause would finally go to real
working American families. The liberal fat-cats would be hoisted on their own
petards. We are, after all, really going to need the help now that we are stuck with the excretable liberal Obamacare that hits us with premiums and deductibles in the thousands, a lot of money for working people who think they are insured, as our hard-earned money goes to, you guessed it, the liberal insurance companies and health-care establishment with their lobbyists, their mandates and their special
I’d like to see these liberals trot out their class consciousness nonsense if President Trump listens to Bannon and proposes the tax breaks that he promised us, tax breaks for us and not tax breaks for them.
President Trump, do the right thing. And yes, Elizabeth Warren, we did build that.