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Happy New Year! Let's start the new year right. On this episode we talk about why we are ok with the Donald. Ted Cruz is our guy but Donald Trump has ignited a much needed revolution on political correctness. We will also take a deeper look at our top three storylines of 2015. Plus much more! Email us at email@example.com or check us out on facebook.com/sonsoflincoln.
This particular broadcast delves into an appropriate topic for Groundhog Day in light of the Bill Murray movie, in which his character relived the same day over and over. Is this where we are in this 2016 election cycle?
Donald Trump has dominated the polls in the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Many who support him say he is the new face of politics--non-establishment, politically incorrect, and results-oriented. Many who do not support Trump say he cannot be trusted and that electing him would be a flashback to 2008, when people elected Barack Obama in spite of his controversial background and associations. Steve Flesher supports Trump and will share with us why he believes Trump represents the way forward. Ose Burnett will address the Trump rise from a Christian perspective. She believes Christians are making the same mistake in embracing Trump now as many made in embracing Obama in 2008.
We will also discuss the Iowa caucuses, Black History Month, and more.
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Donald Trump as of late seems to be going out f his way to garner Black support fot his run for the White House. Tonight I will talk some about how I think that Black people and Black conservatives in particular should be very careful about throwing in with any full throated support of Trump, or anyone else at this point in the race.
Headline News-After call to ban Muslims, is the GOP ready to unite against Trump?
onald Trump has done it again.
Less than 24 hours after President Barack Obama aimed to set the tone for the country on a response to the threat of terrorism with an Oval Office address, Trump only needed a press release to cause an uproar with his call for an outright ban on Muslims entering the United States.
The billionaire businessman stood defiantly by his statement on Tuesday morning, when he warned that failing to follow his plans would lead to another September 11-style terror attack on U.S. soil.
"You're going to have many more World Trade Centers if you don't solve it -- many, many more and probably beyond the World Trade Center," Trump told CNN's Chris Cuomo in a contentious interview on "New Day." Watch Video
As much as I love my people, we need to cut it out. We have been divided for centuries over skin complexion, hair texture, location, gang afliation, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality,etc etc etc. The divisions go on forever. Will we unite if Donald Trump becomes president? Not likely right?
So what are we afraid of really? What has happened to us as far as the government is concerned to make us think that ANY candidate will be any better than the ones we have had for our situation?
Really, save for president Obama, what has ANY president done for US?
Dimitri’s Opening Monologue (from the LifePedigree.com studio)
Donald Trump is facing the same problem that every shock jock has to overcome. So far, The Donald still does not get it. He is jumping the shark with his rhetorical campaign coarseness. Now Trump said the P-word. Trump's fatal flaw is causing him to sound more like Morton Downey Jr. than Howard Stern #NSFW
Larry Sharpe, Managing Director of the Neo-Sage® Group, Inc., talks about America’s Culture of Punishment and how it is causing so many of us to lose our liberty - too many harsh laws and too much regulation. Sharpe makes a thoughtful and provocative argument that mainstream media ignores. Reminders: don't make someone a one-word story, and legal does not mean right.
Bards Logic discusses the First GOP Debate of 2016. Mush has developed since the last debate and we are covering it. Sarah Palin Endorses Donald Trump even after he states his ( pro-abortion ? ) sister would make a great Supreme Court Justice.
Something to consider: Is the GOP Establishment now behind Trump or is it a ploy to get him voted out of the race by those tired of them?
Forget the Establishment Media. Hear from America's Conservative Grassroots.
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Taking on the Republican Agenda and their lies
Donald Trump, and The religious righ
George Bush looks smart compared to the historical knowledge/impulse of Donald Trump on the landscape of workings of American government. This is not a puppethead state. We demand to have someone knowledgeable and educated in our highest office. Get a grip, America.
Jon talks about medical care costa and college choices.
Don talks about the scope of environmental and municipal problems.
Jane talks about the broad spectrum from cultural incompetence and its meaning to cultural competence model.
Dimitri’s Opening Monologue
Donald Trump has not changed his fatal flaw of thinking, even though the New Hampshire primary is a few days away. He still acts as if his political campaign is a reality TV show. Unbelievable! And speaking of unbelievable, Hillary Clinton gives a stunningly lame answer to a question about her massive Wall Street speaking fees.
Maybe she had a hard-knock life? ~ Jay-Z
Listen to RINO Rick Santorum on MSNBC struggle - struggle hopelessly - to name one accomplishment of the candidate he just endorsed, Sen Marco Rubio. Morning Joe team laughs at him! And ISIS terrorism now includes kangaroos (S-word just got real.)
Liz Peek, columnist, commentator, cutie (a regular guest on Fox Business Channel shows), tries to help me understand the wild-and-wacky world of presidential politics these days from Iowa coin-fills to stabbings to fresh clothes in Florida to, um, Bubble Boy. This is how we pick our leader?!
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