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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Judge Napolitano blasts the two party system as a sham

Judge Andrew Napolitano, former host of 'Freedom Watch' on the Fox Business Channel, blasted the two party system as a sham in a video that has gone viral.
Some critics believe that views such as these got the Judge fired from the show. Fox announced in February that Freedom Watch had been cancelled.
While Fox insisted that Napolitano would stay on and continue to provide on air legal counsel for the network's programs as he has done in the past, critics says that Fox assured the public essentially the same thing when it dropped Glenn Beck from the lineup.
Beck's initial announcement that he would leave Fox included an assurance from Roger Ailes himself that the popular host would continue to do special projects and programs for the network. None of that turned out to be the case.

Friday, March 09, 2012

This Week's 'A Voice for Freedom' Radio Show

Join us Saturday mornings at 11 AM Eastern on WFHT, Orlando, and WKFL, Bushnell, Florida. Listen via Internet 24/7 by clicking here.

The pictures tell the real story on jobs

If one listens to the Obama Administration and the mainstream media, including the nightly news broadcasts on CBS, ABC, and NBC, one would conclude that the jobs predicament in America is improving.
But the pictures tell the real story on jobs, and that story is quite the opposite from the what most Americans hear from their government.
The government claims that 227,000 new jobs were added in February and that the unemployment rate of 8.3% was unchanged from the previous month.
CNBC in particular jumped for joy over the figures, claiming that the economic climate in the U.S. is drastically improving. This, of course, is the exact talking point used by the Obama Administration.
The talk of numbers, statistics, and facts and figures is a boring endeavor for most people. But when such numbers can be illustrated in pictures and graphs, a stark panoramic view begins to come into focus for most people, providing for them a stunning visual that sticks in the mind.

Two Florida patriots create a stir among conservatives

Two Florida patriots who describe themselves as ordinary citizens who simply want to make a difference for their country are creating a stir among conservatives around the country. Lori Hendry and Ginger Carlisle are turning heads in the talk radio movement with their weekly show, A Voice for Freedom.
Hendry stated yesterday that the show has so many requests from conservative movers and shakers to be guests that she and co-host Carlisle are having trouble keeping up with the demand. And Carlisle announced earlier in the week that the show had added a second station to its growing syndication.
A Voice for Freedom can now be heard not only on WFHT AM 1390 in Orlando-Avon Park but also on WKFL AM 1170 in Bushnell, Florida.

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Mueller indicates assassination of citizens may be acceptable

In one of the more shocking exchanges to occur since Barack Obama took office between Administration officials and Congressional leaders, FBI director Robert Mueller indicated that the targeted assassination of citizens by the government on U.S. soil may be acceptable.
The exchange came yesterday as Mueller testified before a House committee that was holding hearings on the FBI budget.
U.S. Representative Kevin Yoder, R-Kan., had asked Mueller if there were a distinction between targeting U.S. citizens abroad for their involvement in suspected terrorist activities and targeting such citizens on U.S. soil:

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Fast and Furious: 100 Congressmen call for Holder resignation

After a lull in news that seemed to go on for over a month concerning the Congressional investigation into the Fast and Furious scandal, today six more Congressmen announced that they are calling for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder.
100 U.S. Congressmen are now on the record calling for Holder to resign.
The Department of Justice still has not provided to Congress hundreds of documents demanded by Congressman Darrell Issa under the threat of contempt charges. Yet Issa has yet to follow up on his insistence that the failure of DOJ to give him the documents will result in contempt citations for Holder.
Government insiders have told reporters that House Speaker John Boehner has pressured Issa to hold off on issuing contempt citations.

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Super Tuesday: the likely scenario

The likely scenario of today's Super Tuesday Republican contests across the nation is based upon the latest up to the minute polling data of the campaigns and an assessment of where the voters seem to be leaning at this point in time.
A full assessment of the latest polls can be found at Rasmussen Reports.
First, Newt Gingrich will pick up some much needed momentum today. The numbers indicate that he will take Georgia by a landslide. 76 delegates are at stake, and Gingrich appears poised to take upwards of 80% of them.
The former House Speaker also has a good chance in Tennessee and especially in Oklahoma, where social conservatives are strong...

Monday, March 05, 2012

Mainstream media begins to turn on Obama?

When reporter Jake Tapper of ABC News confronted White House Press Secretary Jay Carney last week over the Administration's use of The Espionage Act to silence journalists, some media watchers began to wonder if this were a signal that the mainstream media is beginning to turn on Barack Obama.
If such a thing were true, it would be a major shift for the big news outlets in America. In 2008 the vast majority of the media practically served as publicists for the Obama election campaign.
So blatant and overt was the media's cheerleading for Obama that former long time CBS correspondent Bernie Goldberg wrote a best selling book about it entitled, A Slobbering Love Affair, in which he recounted many other incidents showing that for decades the major news outlets have slanted their reporting to favor Leftwing candidates and causes.

Sunday, March 04, 2012

Gun store owners: fears of Obama reelection driving skyrocketing gun sales

Gun stores owners across America report that gun sales are skyrocketing more than ever before. According to DeWayne Irwin of the popular Cheaper Than Dirt gun shop in Ft. Worth, Texas, skyrocketing sales are being driven by growing fears that Barack Obama will be reelected in November.
"Look at who the Republicans are trying to put against Obama," said Irwin. "It's the Keystone Cops and people are getting scared. People are terrified he's going to get reelected and then he won't care about getting votes next time. He'll pass whatever legislation he wants," Irwin stated in an interview with the Star Telegram.
According to politicos who closely watch the mood of the electorate, such fears apparently are not without good reason. The stock market, for the very first time since the campaign season began late last year, has now placed the odds on Obama being elected for a second term.