After 5 years, has the media finally given up cheerleading for Obama? Charles Payne also joined the program to weigh in on the stock market’s recent momentum.
If you’re worried about the budget deal, only one number really matters: The number of Democrats we cut in Congress. Conn Carroll, managing editor for Townhall Magazine, joined the program to discuss the latest budget deal.
How much worse could Dodd-Frank get? Well… You could add Maxine Waters to the mix. Gayle Trotter, from the Independent Women’s Forum, also joined the program to discuss DC’s latest budget “deal”.
Reflecting on his energy policies, domestic policies, foreign policies and outright lies… Would you recall Obama if given the opportunity? Bob Greco, with the American Petroleum Institute, also joined the program the war on affordable energy.
Face it… Sometimes you have to kill a few eagles to save their environment. (Huh?) Katie Pavlich joined the show to talk about the EPA’s latest special exemptions for “green” energy companies. (Oh yeah: And Ezra Klein is still an idiot!)
If GDP Really did grow at 3.6 percent in the 3rd quarter (Pfft… Yeah right) then why don’t we shut down the government more often? Nick Sorrentino also joined the program to discuss the cronyism of Obama’s White House.
Ambassador Kevin Brady from the Great Republic of Texas joined the program to discuss the Census Bureau’s “fake” employment data. It Turns out there are plenty of people in the Nation’s Capitol fighting against Obama’s Agenda.
Do all President really lie? (And does that really matter?) Also: The White House has declared war on more than just coal… Hal Quinn, with the National Mining Association, joined the program to discuss the administration’s fascination with killing energy-related jobs.
What is Ransom Thankful for? Term Limits. Also, the Madison Coalition joined the program to talk about a constitutional, and practical, solution to runaway federal regulations.
Iran is just the tip of the ice berg. It turns out there is a whole lot more that is wrong with this Administration than just incompetence. ?
Former Congressman Bob Beauprez spoke with Michael Schaus about the Obama Administration’s Iranian “appeasement” plan. It’s more than a bad deal, or a Neville Chamberlin blunder: It’s illustrates this Administration’s lack of competency and perspective.
Michael Rubin, foreign security and Middle East expert, joined the program to discuss the faults in Obama’s Iran Deal. Also: Barack Obama makes a stunning 180 when he tells a heckler that we are a “nation of laws”. (Hey, there’s a first time for everything.)
Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino joined the Program to discuss the incestuous nature of Washington DC. In his new Book Bongino reveals the insular nature of the Whtie House, and the corrupt mentality of DC insiders.
The CEO of Jackson Health joined the program to discuss their recent industry survey which shows a blatant dissatisfaction with Obamacare. Not only is the ACA intruding on the lives of private citizens, but it’s making it harder for healthcare professionals to do their job.
Pat Michael, from Cato, joined the show to discuss the environmentalist war on productivity. The UN is meeting about global warming; and as predicted they’re trying to use climate change as an excuse for redistributive taxes on wealthy nations.
Donald Rumsfeld speaks with John about leadership, business and government. (As shocking as it might seem, Rumsfeld doesn’t have much pity for the White House’s current troubles.)
Maybe we should sue Obama for Executive Malpractice? Well, there is one doctor who is looking to sue the Obama Administration. Dr. Larry Kawa joined the program to discuss his decision to sue the government over Obamacare.
Donald Rumsfeld joined Ransom Notes Radio to discuss his rules for success, and his thoughts about leadership. According to Rumsfeld, the scandals that are plaguing the White House are creating a perfect storm of distrust and failure.
Doesn’t it seem strange that the President has to take soooo many Constitutionally-questionable actions in order to implement Obamacare? Michael Tanner joined the program to talk about the President’s extrajudicial “solution” to the problems caused by his broken promises.
The GOP can win. . . And Newt Gingrich – the last man who successfully made DC do something it really didn’t want to do – has the blue print. John Ransom talked to Gingrich about his plan. Also Michael Schaus talks about the government’s insatiable appetite to limit freedom of choice.
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