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This week on Critical Conversations Host Lisa Ruth will be talking to Senior Political Editor Jim Picht about last weekends Iowa Freedom Summit that gathered some 1,200 conservatives along with presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Scott Walker and others.
Jim Picht will be discussing who was there, and who was not there including home state Louisianan Bobby Jindal. Jim asks if Jindal is serious about running for President.
In DC, House Speak John Boehner and President Obama have locked political horns over Boehner’s invitation to Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress. New killings in Israel and increased threats from Iran’s nuclear program that Lindsay Graham is calling “Obama’s biggest mistake" make this a a must read headline.
Business Editor Terry Ponick will join Jim and Lisa to talk about money, Switzerland’s franc falling and Europe's ongoing struggle with the Euro, all impacting US markets, while in Greece the new government is making anti-austerity moves, seeking partial loan forgiveness to help restore Greece’s economic stability.
Terry will also weigh in on Shake Shack’s upcoming IPO. – A healthy meal or just empty calories.
This weekend all eyes are glued on the Super Bowl, for the game or the ads. Footballer Eric Golub will be on the show with his predictions for Sunday’s game.
on March 3rd 2015 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be speaking to Congress. There is a support rally taking place and support of Prime Minister Netanyahu. We will speak with the public relations director of this event wall and also Anastasia Jacoby. TuneIn 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time and 3:30 p.m. Pacific www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation
Israel Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be addressing the house March 3rd and the word is that the White House is livid! Just what does the president have to say about Netanyahu whom accepted the request made by US House of representative speaker Senator John Boehner. There is no doubt that this is an international embarrassment and is directly due to the negotiations with Iran. We are certainly in perilous times and we may not know how serious a moment we are in. The question is will it be by negotiations or by military force that will bring an end to Iran's quest to have a nuclear weapon.
Host Lisa Ruth will be talking to senior political editor Dr. Jim Picht on this weeks leading headlines ranging from Janet Yellen and the Fed, the GOP collapse on amnesty, Iran negotiations and Netanyahu in Washington. Also, big news today is the Net Neutrality ruling. Is the Internet better off in the hands of the Government or business?
They will then be joined by media expert and CDN writer Gayle Falkenthal be lending her expertise to the how social media is a tool of terrorism and how Homeland Security can use social media to help identify and track possible terrorist activity.
Before they close the close the show, Jimmy Edwards and Eric Golub enter into a very lively discussion on the Conservative Politica Action Conference. Are they attending the same conference?
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1. Net Neutrality
2. Bibi's RSVP "with regrets" to Dems invite for private meeting.
3. Senate Republicans wave white flag on amnesty
The Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth tells us what's going on behind the scenes in these dire situations in which we're finding ourselves.
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Many people debate if Psalms 83 is an actual war or just a prayer. I would love to get callers to provide their insight. For those that are not aware King Abullah of Saudi Arabia has died and has been replaced by someone that has dementia. Israel is about to have a special election over the position of Prime Minister in March. For him to lose this election would be terrible. However Benjamin Netanyahu will win because it has been revealed to many people who have the gift of prophecy. Netanyahu is coming to the United states two weeks before the eleection will take place. President Obama is refusing to meet with the Prime Minister of our biggest ally in the middle east because he doesn't want to appear to be taking sides. Meanwhile our Congress and Senate will be meeting with his to talk about the current state of Israel. He just was in a 50 day war with eliminating Hamas a group of radical muslim terrorist. One of the key leaders in Hezbollah have stated that they are ready to invade Israel all the way to the Galilee, then ISIS/IS/ISIL is surrounding Israel, Syria and the Arabian Peninsula. The have already declared a new caliphate and said they they were making their way to Jerusalem. Obama has let sanctions slide on Iran so they are building another chiller to produce more nuclear bombs. The news refuses to admit they have that capability. In addition to that a bunch of radical Islamic hippies took over Yemen. ISIL is looking to take over Mecca and they both are wanting Yemen now. Pakistan was once an ally of some sorts and have now been overtaken by radical Muslims. Most importanly Obama does go to Turkey to meet with the President and now Turkey who was once a strong ally of Israel is now saying that the United States and Israel will swim in its own blood.
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A U.S. State Department-funded group is financing an Israeli campaign to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and has hired former Obama aides to help with its grassroots organizing efforts.
U.S. based activist group OneVoice International has partnered with V15, an independent grassroots movement in Israel that is actively opposing Netanyahu’s party in the upcoming elections, Ha’aretz reported on Monday. Former national field director for President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign Jeremy Bird is also reportedly involved in the effort.
Avi Davis, is the editor of The Intermediate Zone and President of the American Freedom Alliance. His commentary on Israel and the Middle East has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, and The American Thinker.
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