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Just two days to go before the Wisconsin Recall Vote and tonight's special edition features a conversation with those closest to it -- Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch; Tea Party Express chairman Amy Kremer; and from the Campaign to Defeat Obama, two of the busiest guys in Wisconsin -- Joe Wierzbicki and Ryan Gill, who have helped raised funds to underwrite effective tv and radio ads in support of Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Kleefisch.
How are they feeling about Tuesday's election? What does it mean to Wisconsin and the USA as we look twoard the Nov. election?
Join us to find out.
This is a rebroadcast from 5/23/14.
John Kremer is an expert on book publishing and marketing. The owner of Open Horizons Publishing in Taos, New Mexico, he is the editor of the Book Marketing Tip of the Week newsletter.
John is the author of a number of books on publishing and marketing, including 1001 Ways to Market Your Books: For Authors and Publishers and Celebrate Today. He has also designed the Book Marketing Magic program and the Blog Tour Palooza program.
His web sites include www.bookmarket.com, www.bookmarketingbestsellers.com, www.infographicaday.com, www.askjohnkremer.com, www.johnkremer.com (consulting page), www.johnkremer.org (speaker page), www.myincrediblewebsite.com, and www.hottimescoolplaces.com.
He is also founder of The Book Marketing Network at www.thebookmarketingnetwork.com.
I was watching a delightful and interesting video of the building of Disneyland sent by a friend when I got a phone call late last night from Kristinn Taylor alerting me to a story he just broke over at The Gateway Pundit
( http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/…/breaking-islamic-state-p…/ )
that was linked as the TOP headline at the Drudge Report.
It was news of the shooting in Garland TX of two self-proclaimed ISIS nut jobs who were protesting a FREE SPEECH event -- Draw Muhammed cartoon contest -- organized by a mutual friend Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer of JihadWatch.org
I've met Geller -- and Spencer -- several times and have had them on my radio program numerous times over the past few years. Somehow we bloggers/writers/researchers/reporters in the new social media are all connected... it's amazing to realize the network we've created over the past fifteen years.
Anyway, my point is, I never did get back to the Disney vid. I spent the next few hours helping Kristinn grab screen shots of tweets sent out from these ISIS loons to illustrate his reports.
Never a dull moment... never. Especially not on tonight's show.
Are the elites feverishly preparing for something big? Full spectrum ops in the homeland? Are we bubbling up to a civil war in 2016? Resettlement communities - the latest plus what happened in Baltimore over the weekend, and a message to our youth. Is this the beginning of the "American Spring?" At least one writer thinks so.
And finally, "W" speaks out about Obama and his policies.
"Writing about current events has become almost impossible. I sit down at my computer, and nothing happens. Oh, I have plenty to say, but you can only say stuff so many times over and over before you just start to feel like a hack, luxuriating in the act of screaming. And that’s no good.
I’m doing the Andrea Shea King show on Friday morning and have specifically asked Andrea to focus the show on secular current events, just to force me to engage." -- Ann Barnhardt
The Divine Miss B will be with me for coffee and conversation. You're invited to join us.
Malice v Incompetence?
We are indisputably in the Land of Oz. The question many people are asking, in this age of topsy-turvy news stories, is whether we were propelled here by the tornado of Obama’s incompetence or the subtle scheming of the Wicked Witch of the West.
Everything this nation once stood for is being turned on its head. Kick Open the Doorway to Liberty: What Are We Waiting For?
If Congress does not pass legislation to cut immigration rates, the U.S. will legally add at least 10 million new permanent immigrants over the next 10 years—a bloc of new residents larger than the cities of Atlanta (population: 447,000), Los Angeles (3.88 million), Chicago (2.7 million), Boston (645,000), Denver (650,000), St. Louis (318,000), and Dallas (1.25 million) combined.
Amnesty and Marco Rubio. Willing bedfellows?
Discussion tonight with Capitol Hill Insider and Analyst Elizabeth Letchworth Chryst centers around two major issues being deliberated in Congress this week:
Brietbart reports that Republicans in Congress have cooked up a phony poll-tested talking points to push Obama's trade deal. So why is leadership in both the House and the Senate pushing to give Obama authority to negotiate trade deals while allowing themselves the only option of an up or down vote on the deals?
Sen. Jeff Sessions: Trade Deal Could Trigger Flood of Illegals:
"Past trade deals suggest there is precedent for such a move. In 2002, Sessions opposed giving President George W. Bush trade promotion authority. The following year, the Bush administration included temporary visas from Singapore and Chile in their respective trade pacts despite opposition from Congress."
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters Tuesday the upper chamber will move forward on an Iran deal quickly.
The Kentucky Republican filed cloture, which ends debate on the matter and no member will be able to vote on any more amendments.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., has received a response to his letter demanding answers from Secretary of State John Kerry about the planned resettlement of dozens of foreign refugees in his state.
But the answers failed to shed much light on the secrecy that surrounds the refugee program. The process by which cities and towns across the U.S. are selected to receive displaced persons from United Nations refugee camps remains largely a mystery.
As Gowdy discovered, the city of Spartanburg, South Carolina, was approved for an infusion of 60 refugees, mostly from Syria and Africa, by its own state government headed by Republican Gov. Nikki Haley.
And if the program plays out in Spartanburg as it has in communities in Minnesota, California, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and other states, then the 60 refugees will blossom into hundreds and eventually thousands every year. Minnesota, for example, is now receiving more than 2,000 Muslim refugees annually, mostly from Somalia. Texas receives more than 7,000 per year, and California more than 6,000, directly from the Third World. -- WND.com
Tonight we'll talk with Dr. Christina Jeffrey who was quoted in the WND article by Leo Hohman about this growing and alarming problem.
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