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Why Politics is So Partisan

It doesn’t take a genius to note that in the last two decades, politics on Capitol Hill has become extremely partisan. Dick Morris asks, “What happened to the days when Republicans sometimes voted liberal, Democrats sometimes voted conservative and the president could reach across party lines and get support to pass his programs?” Morris says the cause of all the venom in politics is reapportionment, and to some extent, the influence of national money. But the solution to all the derisiveness, Morris adds, might well come from our friends in California.

Obama vs. Reagan

Perhaps Ronald Reagan was the most accomplished, well-rounded and formidable Commander in Chief this nation has ever had. His patience and saavy delivered us from sure economic disaster. His stern hand sent a chilling message to the Communist East, bringing down the Berlin Wall and summarily ending the Cold War. Fast forward to today, and our country is again in jeopardy from terrorists who are over-running our allies and threatening to destroy our freedom. Are you satisfied with President Obama’s response? What would Reagan do? Take a moment to carefully listen to the following video, brought to you by Stefan TV, titled: “Obama vs. Reagan: How to Handle Terrorists.” Then you decide.

ISIS War Bad News for Hillary

Dick Morris opines that the ISIS-U.S. War in the Middle East threatens to undermine Hillary Clinton’s candidacy in the looming 2016 presidential election. “This is not going to be a quick one,” Morris says. “It’s going to go on, it’s going to involve tens of thousands of American troops and politically, it’s going to leave the left seething with anger.” Tune in to this edition of Dick Morris Reports, as Morris dissects the gloomy facts.

Assault On Freedom Of Speech

The question on the proverbial political table: Is campaign finance reform a good way to regulate money in politics? Nationally syndicated, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will thinks not. Will says campaign finance reform is nothing more than a euphemism for controlling freedom of speech. Listen in to his argument in this edition of Prager University.

Krauthammer Analyzes Obama

Celebrated syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer attempts a little armchair psycho-analysis on the never-ending enigma that is President Barack Obama. In addition to his Pulitzer Prize-winning column in the Washington Post, Krauthammer is also certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. “He’s not manic, and I don’t think he’s depressed,” Krauthammer says. “Without invoking any expertise, Obama is clearly a narcissist. In the non-scientific use of the word, he is so self-involved, you see it from his rise. Here’s a man who says, ‘I don’t do theater,’ but 2008 was theater, including the Greek columns he had at his speech at the convention in Denver.” Krauthammer offers more diagnosis on a recent appearance of The Steve Hewitt Show.

Democrats Face Sixth-Year Hex

History will tell you that the sixth-year Congressional elections for an incumbent political party spell disaster. The Obama Administation faces that calamity in November, when the likelihood of Democrats losing the United States Senate is a strong reality. Morris takes us on a stroll through history, dating back to the Woodrow Wilson Administration to prove his point in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

U.S. Swings Conservative

It’s a fact that more Americans identify themselves as conservative more than liberal in 47 states. This, of course, includes a slew of red states. So, why do you ask, are these statistics not reflected in the voting booth. Because “the radical lefties are in charge,” opines political pundit Joe Dan Gorman. “Our problem is that conservative Americans, we bicker about ridiculous crap, while these radical lefties, they’re galvanized. They walk in lockstep, or goose step.” Tune in to this edition of Intellectual Froglegs as Gorman also touches on the Obama Administration’s bias on corporate America, so-called liberal diversity and their special-interest groups and a segment on American economist Milton Friedman and free enterprise.

Dirty Democrats Strike Again

It looks like the hapless Texas Democrat Party is up to its political antics again. On the surface, Texas Governor Rick Perry was indicted for attempting to remove the head of the Public Integrity Unit (PIU). Turns out the PIU chief was booked for DWI and was aggressive and belligerent to arresting officers on top of that. But what the official media coverage is leaving out, is that the PIU head honcho was also guilty of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. Wild Bill analyzes the ridiculous charges against Perry and how the Democrats have elevated breaking the law to an art form–much like their master in the White House.

Hand-in-Hand With Israel

Get your passports ready. Wild Bill has come up with a cool way to support our closest ally and frustrate the Obama Administration all at once. “Israel is one of our greatest friends and a vitally important strategic ally and I, for one, am sick and tired of the way our government and the United Nations have treated Israel,” Wild Bill says. So what’s Wild Bill’s solution. Listen to the details in this edition of Wild Bill for America.

Proof’s in the Liberal Pudding

While running for president in 2008, President Obama ranted and raved that President Bush had single-handedly increased the national debt by $4 million on his own over eight years, more than all previous presidents combined. Well, after winning the presidency in 2008 and re-election in 2012, Obama obliterated Bush’s record, increasing the debt by another $7 million in just six years, one example of the proof is in the liberal pudding. Another glaring example, says Joe Dan Gorman, is the state of the economy. “Obama and his media are telling people, ‘The economy is fine.’ Your the only one that’s struggling. Everyone else is doing great. They point to this ridiculous six-point something unemployment rate. You know, it’s easy to have a low employment rate when you don’t count everybody. The real unemployment rate remains in double digits at 12.2 percent.” Check out this riveting edition of Intellectual Froglegs as Gorman unveils that the proof is really in the liberal pudding.

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