• 02:04

    HARLive: Hillary Attacking CEO's, She's Charging Colleges $350,000 For 30min!

    in Politics Conservative

    Please Join Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE tonight at 10pm EST For HAHN AMERICA RADIO right here on hahnamerica.com Radio for the hardest hitting, over the top Conservative Radio on the web.


    by WARNER TODD HUSTON14 Apr 2015


    Newly-minted Democratic candidate for president and multi-millionaire Hillary Clinton is testing a theme for her new campaign: A populist attack on the tax rates paid by fund managers and CEOs.


    Clinton comes to the issue because various voices to her left, like Senator Elizabeth Warren, have made income inequality a staple of the Democrat Party political discussion. In an obvious effort to keep up with the Warrenses, Hillary is now going after CEOs.


    “There is something wrong when hedge fund managers pay lower tax rates than nurses or the truckers that I saw on I-80 as I was driving here over the last two days,” Clinton said at an Iowa event on Tuesday.


    Clinton’s address came on the same day that President Obama spoke out on “gender inequality” in pay, the so-called gap in pay between men and women. But a review of her records as Secretary of State shows that Clinton paid women in her office 72 cents for each dollar paid to men.

  • 02:04

    Hahn America Radio: #RFRA Hands Up, Bake Cake!! Has #LGBT Gone To Far?

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join the Man, The Myth, The Legend Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE tonight at 9pm EST For HAHN AMERICA RADIO right here on hahnamerica.com Radio for the hardest hitting, over the top Conservative Radio on the web.


    Republican lawmakers in Indiana promised Monday to amend a religious liberties bill that critics have labeled as anti-gay, bowing to protests that have rapidly spread to several other states considering similar measures.


    Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R) said the legislature would act as soon as this week to “clarify” the state’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which grants individuals and businesses legal grounds to defend themselves against claims of discrimination. The fix, Bosma said, would make clear that the law does not allow people to discriminate against gays, as critics contend.


     

  • 02:14

    QARLive: Saturday Stew W/ Jason, Katie & Angie: Battle For Prolife Continues

    in Politics Conservative

    WEST VIRGINIA BECOMES THE ELEVENTH STATE TO PROTECT PAIN-CAPABLE CHILDREN AS LEGISLATURE OVERRIDES GOVERNOR TOMBLIN’S VETO.


    WASHINGTON – In a 27-5 vote, the West Virginia state Senate today joined with the state House of Delegates in voting to override Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HB 2568), legislation that protects unborn children from abortion at the point that they are able to feel pain. Tomblin's veto came after the state House of Delegates and the state Senate overwhelmingly approved the bill in February. The legislature’s successful override of Gov. Tomblin’s veto means that the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act will go into effect in 90 days.


    Despite having passed the legislature last session, Governor Tomblin's first veto of this legislation came after the session ended, preventing an override vote.


    “Medical science provides substantial compelling evidence that unborn children flinch away from painful stimuli, that their stress hormones increase when they are subjected to anything painful, and that they require anesthesia for fetal surgery,” said Mary Spaulding Balch, J.D., director of state legislation for the National Right to Life Committee. “States have a compelling interest in protecting the lives of unborn children who are capable of feeling pain from abortion. West Virginia becomes the eleventh state to recognize this obligation by enacting the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.”


    The legislation is based on a National Right to Life model bill that is currently in effect in eight states across the country: Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Texas.

  • 02:03

    QARLive: Sunday Stew W/ @QQuagmire: #CPAC2015, Llamas & Bunny’s Running Loose

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn this Sunday morning for a light hearted weekly roundup of events in Politics, and Social Media.


    This Sunday #Q Quagmire talks #CPAC2015, Llamas and other local barnyard animals.

  • 02:07

    QARLive: Southern Charm W/ Angie & Katie: America: Stepping Up To The Challenge

    in Politics Conservative

    With all the chaos surrounding us in the world today, America is looking for a leader who will step up to the challenge. The fragmented GOP needs to come together to put forth a candidate who will get our country back to the founding principles that our great nation was based on: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The world has run amuck with violent terrorists who seek the destruction of all they oppose. The whole world is looking for a leader to exterminate this threat and be a beacon of hope to all in these devastating events that have occurred.


    Our guest tonight is a mother who also faces a challenge. Her autistic son is having surgery which will affect her son greatly as change and new experiences can cause great distress to someone who is on the autism spectrum. They are looking to move into a ground apartment before the surgery because the stairs in the current apartment will pose a real problem.


    When will become a nation that realizes the every day challenges we face and step up to the plate? America, we need to recognize the value of every human life and the unique qualities that each person brings. Let us become that beacon of hope and step up to meet the challenges we face.


     


    Talking points:


    GOP front runners


    Government overreach / net neutrality


    Isis being investigated in US


    Isis


    Autism


    National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

  • 02:31

    QARLive: W/ @StPrunier & @StQuagmire: #CPAC2015: Now Or Never!!

    in Politics Conservative

    Join hosts, Jason Taylor/Randy Hahn @StQuagmire & Watson Prunier @StPrunier Monday night at 10:00pm EST here on qarlive.com


    CPAC 2015 organizers aim to recapture intimacy, activism of early days


    Conservative Political Action Conference opens Wednesday at National Harbor.


    From the stage to the schedule, there’s something palpably different about this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference. Sure, there are still plenty of big names planned for the main stage and enough hoopla to create a political Super Bowl atmosphere in Washington.


    But organizers of the 2015 event that opens Wednesday at National Harbor Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center are executing what they hope will be a “back to the future” strategy that recaptures the intimacy and focus on activism from the early days of CPAC four decades ago.


    The stage is designed to put big-name speakers closer to the audience so they can answer questions. The first day of the event is dominated by an activism “boot camp.” Breakout sessions the rest of the week aim to give the thousands of conservatives in attendance specific training, right down to PowerPoint slides and handouts they can take home with them.

  • 02:09

    QARLive: Southern Charm W/ Angie & Katie: Bumbling Barry: Keystone Leadership

    in Politics Conservative

    DHS tackles endless morale problems with seemingly endless studies:


    Afflicted with the lowest morale of any large federal agency, the Department of Homeland Security did what comes naturally to many in government.


    It decided to study the problem. And then study it some more.


    The first study cost about $1 million. When it was finished, it was put in a drawer. The next one cost less but duplicated the first. It also ended up in a drawer.


    “There’s really no excuse for the department expending finite resources on multiple studies, some at the same time, to tell the department pretty much what everyone has concluded: that there are four-to-five things that need to be done for morale,” said Chris Cummiskey, who left DHS in November after serving as its third-highest-ranking official. “You don’t need $2 million worth of studies to figure that out.”


    ISIS name giving terror license to loose, growing network of offshoots


    WASHINGTON –  Islamic State "affiliates" seem to be emerging at an alarming rate, giving the sense of an expanding terror network with satellites all over the world.


    But a closer look, according to analysts, shows these ISIS offshoots are likely operating without much coordination with the Islamic State core. It doesn't make them any less dangerous, but helps explain how a group President Obama described just one year ago as "JV" has established a presence in nearly a dozen countries.


    Unlike Al Qaeda, which in its prime was operationally stronger and had a better communication network with its affiliates, the ISIS network appears more fractured. There is no clear-cut power pyramid beyond its head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. And a number of the affiliates existed before, only recently latching onto ISIS as the terror network grew in notoriety. 

  • 02:20

    QARLive: Freedom'n Survival Radio: Larry Michael Rusin Live!

    in Politics Conservative


    Getting ready for the days ahead.
    How to put together a retreat.
    How to recruiting others.
    Caching along the way, and much more.

  • 02:05

    QARLive: Do The Right Think W/@JessicaGG25: The Islamization of American Schools

    in Politics Conservative

    Michael Greer was co-organizer of LA-Santa Monica Tea Party. She is a member of three other Tea Parties as well as the Tea Party Patriots and Americans for Prosperity. Michael is on the board of directors of the Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights. She was also a member of the Republican Central Committee for the 41st Assembly District. She is an associate fellow at American Freedom Alliance.


    Michael retired after working 30 years in the Entertainment Industry as a casting director. She cast more than a hundred feature films, Movies of the Week, pilots and television series.


    In June of 2010, Michael was mentioned in TIME magazine for her Tea Party activism. She was recently interviewed for an article in Malibu Magazine about "Right activists on the Left Coast". She was asked to debate a member of Occupy Wall Street for a CD called "Tea Party meets Occupy Wall Street". It has been entered into documentary film festivals and copies given members of Congress. She blogs, Tweets and Facebooks as part of her activism.

  • 02:03

    QARLive: BATTLE4FREEDOM W/ Watson @StPrunier: World War What W/ @darrylpetitt

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join host, Watson Prunier @StPrunier every Tuesday night at 9:00pm EST here on Quagmire America Radio. The best three hours of LIVE hard hitting, honest Conservative radio on the Net.


     


    Title: World War What w/ Darryl Pettit


    1) Religious Wars


    2) Progressive Cancer


    3) Conservative Junction


    4) Other Pettit endeavors

  • 02:08

    QARLive: Prunier & Taylor: Decline & Fail Of The CIA W/Guest Charles Faddis

    in Politics Conservative

    Join hosts, Jason Taylor/Randy Hahn @StQuagmire & Watson Prunier @StPrunier Monday night at 10:00pm EST here on qarlive.com


    Charles S. Faddis is a twenty-year veteran of the CIA’s Clandestine Service. He served throughout the Near East, South Asia and Southern Europe and conducted operations against rogue states, WMD smuggling networks and the world’s most dangerous terrorist organizations. He took the first CIA team into Iraq in 2002, in advance of the invasion of that country, and he retired in 2008 as the head of CIA’s WMD terrorism unit.


    Since his retirement, Faddis has written extensively. He is the author of three works of non-fiction, three novels and dozens of articles and opinion pieces. He lives near Annapolis, Maryland and continues to consult for the Intelligence Community.


    Prior to joining CIA, Faddis was a combat arms officer in the US Army and a trial attorney. He has been married for thirty-four years and has four children. When he is not working or writing, Faddis sails, makes wine and beer, travels and reads extensively.


    Faddis describes himself politically as a libertarian with a small “l”. He believes government has a vital role to play but that it is too big, too intrusive and too inefficient. He wants to cut the size of government, trim the size of the budget and free the American people to pursue their own destinies.

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