Tuesday Show 07-31-18
My Family Tree as told to Leonard E. Read. I am a lead pencil—the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
Horseshoes, Spacesuits, Crab Pots: White House Hosts ‘Made in America’ Showcase
Products from every one of the 50 states — including baseball bats, horseshoes, electromagnets, and spacesuits — were on display at the White House on Monday for the “Made in America Product” President Donald Trump declared last week (July 15-21) the second annual “Made in America Week” to celebrate U.S. innovators, manufacturers, producers and more.
Dem Credits Obama for Trump Economy While Unveiling Jobs Plan
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) unveiled the latest iteration of a Democratic jobs plan Monday — while crediting the improving economy on former President Barack Obama.
From Zero Hedge:
When you average these years together, you get an average rate of economic growth of 1.33 percent. Obamanation 8 year average of 1.44% Growth But look at the 1st two years -0.3 and -2.8?? The 1st year after a recession has the fastest growth and his 1st 2 years were negative and the 2nd year it got profoundly WORSE!
@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with Economist quote. We will tell you once again about I Pencil. Then, some of President Trumps’ accomplishments, the Illegal Alien Invasion report and the Internet wars continue
Tuesday Show 07-24-18
Judge: School Broke Law by Promoting Student-led Mission Trip
A public school district violated the law when it promoted a mission trip sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, according to a judge appointed by President Obama.
University no longer offers credit for ‘Witnessing Whiteness’
The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs is no longer offering a course that critiqued “individualism, consumerism, meritocracy,” and “productivity” as staples of “white culture.”
University hit with Title IX lawsuit for cutting sports budget
Two female students have filed a Title IX lawsuit against Eastern Michigan University after the school cut their sports teams, even though the cuts disproportionately impacted male athletes.
Tax cuts only help the wealthy, right? American paychecks show otherwise
Like you, we are seeing something wonderful and—until recently—unusual as we enter stores: taped to the front window or hanging behind the counter is a “Help Wanted” sign.
Weathering a nasty storm: Secrets from small business
A shrewd small business owner is always scouring the horizon, looking for proverbial dark clouds that threaten to upend the landscape of supply and demand.
@10pm ET Topics:
We start the show with a Prayer. Brian will explain the difference between judicial philosophies. Then, its the economy stupid! Followed by, 10 things you should know about the Humane Society, more news against home schooling and Who owns the weather?
@ 10:00pm ET topics:
We will start the show with Economist quote. Brian will read and opine on an essay about freedom. Then, The Political Smack Down, more Las Vegas shooting news and the Internet Wars continue.
Monday show notes 06-25-18
Russian-funded environmental group gave millions to anti-fracking groups
There is plenty of evidence in the form of a tangible money trail that links Vladimir Putin’s Russian government with U.S. environmental groups. In fact, the source of this funding has been subject of two congressional committee inquiries.
‘If You Have a Cheese Pizza…’: Mulvaney Amazes Trump With Explanation of ‘Ridiculous’ Gov’t Bureaucracy
Office of Management & Budget Director Mick Mulvaney gave an intricate and often eccentric explanation of redundancy and overlap in federal bureaucracy in a presentation that stunned the president and the press.
South Carolina steel plant reopened by UK industrialist, avoiding tariffs
British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Industrials on Monday reopened a shuttered South Carolina steel plant in a move that will allow his U.K.-based firm to circumvent the Trump administration’s 25% tariffs on steel imports.
The Army Took Over the Spigots, Forcing Thirsty Venezuelans to Pay
To arrive at the El Paraiso water-filling station in Caracas by sunrise, Rigoberto Sanchez wakes before 4 a.m. Hours later, his tanker is in a slow-moving line with a dozen others. Only two of the 10 pumps work and Sanchez will have time for a couple of deliveries if he’s lucky.