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The Red Bear is Awake

Russia is back and it is awake. Those words from Glenn Beck, who warns the world about the dangerous political path of of the Soviets, its madman Vladimir Putin and one of the Kremlin’s policy advisors, Alexander Dugin, a Russian political scientist known for his fascist views. “Welcome to the new Russia, and it won’t stay contained in Russia,” Beck says. “They are using these far-right groups in Germany, in Greece and now in France in a proxy cultural battle against neighbors it seeks to diminish.” Listen, as Beck exposes Russia’s terrifying geo-political agenda in this edition of The Blaze.

The Sanctuary City Dilemma

As recently as the last presidential primary in 2007, Hillary Clinton was all in for sanctuary cities. But after the murder of a young woman by an illegal alien in the sanctuary city of San Francisco recently, Hillary flip-flopped and denounced the policy. So which is it Hillary, and the entire Democrat Party, for that matter? John Phillips, host of “The Run Down” on PJTV, welcomes panel members Scott Ott and Stephen Kruiser to debate whether the Democrats will suffer for their support of this immigration insanity in the 2016 elections.

A New Contract With America

The country is rapidly spiraling out of control and Americans are fed up. The solution, says political columnist Liz Peek, is a new contract with America. “Voters must demand real solutions from the president we elect in 2016, not just empty promises and sound bites,” she writes in a column that appeared on “Creative solutions that include streamlining our government while also spending money on real needs.” Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett discusses the issue with Peek, who writes for The Fiscal Times, and Stephen Sigmund, executive director of Global Gateway Alliance.

O’Reilly Sets the Record Straight

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly sets the record straight on the villification of Donald Trump in an edition of his “Talking Points” editorial on The O’Reilly Factor. Armed with a surfeit of viable statistics, many of which vindicate Trump’s comments on immigration, O’Reilly breaks down the Mexican economic and social structures, assails San Francisco’s sanctuary city status and lays it on our politicians for not solving the problem. O’Reilly is dead-on in his assessment. There’s plenty of blame to go around, both political parties notwithstanding. Donald Trump’s only mistake was a poor choice of words, or word. Rest assured that in the context of his entire discourse on immigration, the truth will set him free.

Trump Defends His Comments

The always flamboyant Donald Trump took some time to visit “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News to tell his side of the story regarding his southern border security comments and blast NBC and Univision. While Trump repeated that he loves and respects Mexico and its people, he added he will not take back the truth. “Mexico is doing a tremendous number against the United States,” he told Bill O’Reilly. “First of all, they’re killing us at the border, second of all what they’re doing to us in trade is unbelievable. They’re taking our jobs, they’re taking our manufacturing and they’re taking our money.” Trump elaborates on this edition of the Les Grossman Channel.

Pope Takes a Left Turn

Pope Francis is truly in his element when preaching to his flock on matters of the church. But when his discourse takes a left turn, his message loses its edge. “Ya’ll’s Pope has done lost his way, or he’s lost his mind or a combination,” says Joe Dan Gorman. “Does he even use the Bible anymore? He’s strayed so far from his area of expertise, he seems like the head of the Democrat Party.” Gorman also ventures into race relations, gun control, climate change and President Obama’s dismal six-year record in this tantalizing edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Framing the Constitution

Political pundit and commentator Dick Morris delves into the history of our Constitution and its framers with some assistance from The Quartet, a book by Joseph Ellis detailing an unexpected story of the 13 colonies. While the American Revolution of 1776 freed the colonies from British rule and gave us our independence, it was the second revolution of 1787 that helped merge 13 sovereign nations–the colonies–into one coherent United States. Morris explains further in this historical edition of Dick Morris Reports.

New Deal Wasn’t a Save All

The notion today is that President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal worked, ending the Great Depression and rolling back unemployment. Political commentator Dick Morris says the New Deal had some merit, but some of its accolades were unfounded. Morris explains in this week’s history lesson on Dick Morris Reports.

House Embarrasses Obama

The Republican-dominated House of Representatives, with plenty of help from its minority-member Democrats, dealt President Obama a major foreign policy blow by overwhelmingly defeating the Trade Assistance Act. Newsmax Prime’s J.D. Hayworth discusses the embarrassment to Obama with network contributors Larry Elder and chief political correspondent John Gizzi and Ed J. Pizzuoli, president of Tripp Scott Law Firm, and whether the bill has any life at all.

Obama’s Legacy On the Ropes

President’s Obama’s proverbial legacy may be headed for dire straits. First, a federal appeals court struck down Obama’s executive amnesty action on immigration, then Iran’s Supreme Leader is about to blow up the proposed nuclear accord with the U.S. and now the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, is on the ropes. The U.S. Supreme Court will decide in the next few days whether Obamacare subsidies for health insurance are constitutional. Political commentator Dick Morris says a ruling against Obamacare should send the GOP into a wild celebration, not because so many Americans will lose their health insurance, but the action would all but obliterate a flawed piece of legislation. Listen in as he explains in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

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