Ron Paul On Bill Bennett’s Morning In America Show–6-8 A.M Eastern Time,Wednesday, November 16, 2011?–Talk Radio–Videos

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Campaign for Liberty supporter calls Bill Bennett

Near the end of his Tuesday’s radio talk show, Bill Bennett announced that he will have a surprise guest on his show Wednesday.

He did not mention the guest’s name because he thought you would not want to listen.

Will the surprise guest be Ron Paul?

Keep in mind that Newt Gingrich was on the show Tuesday and Bennett has a standing offer to all the Presidential candidates to call in and be on the radio show.

Also keep in mind that Paul mentioned Bill Bennett by name as one of the neoconservatives.

Ron Paul Calls Out Neocons By Name!

Ron Paul On Southern Avenger – Neoconservatives & The War State

Jack Hunter on Freedom Watch 03/31/11

Mark Levin Avoids the “Empire” Question

SA@TheDC – “I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy”

Bennett claims to be a classical liberal, but when it comes to guests on his show in the area of foreign policy, the majority of them are neoconservatives.

Wake up early and listen to William’s show and see if Ron Paul, MD and William Bennett, PhD, J.D. have a conversation.

Call in.


Never mind.

I am not surprised that Bill Bennett invites William A. Galston, a progressive liberal Democrat, student of Leo Strauss, that currently works at the Brookings Institution, as a guest on his show.

Galston believes Romney would be the strongest candidate to beat Barack Obama.


Galston probably believed that Gerald Ford was  the strongest candidate to beat  Jimmy Carter in 1976.

Ron Paul like Ronald Reagan before him was not the choice of either the Republican Party establishment nor the Democratic Party establishment in 1976 or 1980. Both party establishments want to nominate a progressive or liberal candidate. Romney and Perry are the leading candidates for the Republican Party establishment.

The conservative and libertarian movement will stay home on election day if the Republican Party nominates yet another progressive and/or neoconservative.

I simply do not trust Romney. He is a progressive Republican.

If I want to vote for a progressive candidate, I would vote for Obama or Clinton.

Since I am a traditional libertarian or classical liberal I plan to support and vote for Ron Paul.

However, in defense of William, Ron Paul, his campaign staff  and supporters would be  well advised to read Galston’s papers to understand how the a progressive liberal Democrat thinks and who they wish to run against so they can win.

The focus should be first on the issue of trust.

Do you trust Barack Obama or Ron Paul?

The second focus should be on the economy, job creation and inflation (rising food, gasoline and clothing prices).

Paul must link balancing the budget, cutting spending and taxes, creating money, and bringing the troops with creating more jobs.

Every issue discussed should be linked to creating more jobs and moving away from a warfare and welfare economy to a peace and prosperity economy.

Ron Paul should start asking the American people during the remaining debates the following:

“Are you better off than you were four years ago?”

Just like Ronald Reagan did:

Reagan 1980 Are you better off than you were four years ago?

If you want cradle to grave dependency on the government and a warfare and welfare economy, vote for Romney, Perry or Obama.

If you want to put faith, family, friends and freedom first and a peace and prosperity economy,  vote for Ron Paul.

William the time has come to have Ron Paul as a guest on your show.

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November 7, 2011

One Year to Go: President Barack Obama’s Uphill Battle for Reelection in 2012

William A. Galston

“…Despite recent signs of a modest upturn in President Barack Obama’s political fortunes, the 2012 election is likely to be close and hard-fought.  More than in any contest since 1992, the economy will be the overwhelming focus.  But fundamental clashes about the role of government will also be in play against a backdrop of record low public confidence in our governing institutions.  And contests involving incumbents tend to be referenda on their records more than choices between candidates.  If the election pitting Obama against the strongest  potential Republican nominee, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, were held tomorrow, the president would probably lose.

But a year is a very long time in American politics, and three factors could change the odds in Obama’s favor.  Economic growth could exceed expectations, and the unemployment rate—long stuck at 9 percent—could come down fast enough to restore a modicum of Americans’  shattered hopes for the future.  The Republicans could commit creedal suicide by nominating a presidential candidate outside the mainstream or  unqualified for the office.  And the Obama campaign could make a wise
decision to focus first and foremost on the states—principally in the Midwest—that have decided presidential elections in the past half century and are poised to do so again next year.  If the president tries  to rerun his 2008 campaign under very different circumstances, he could  end up turning potential victory into defeat. …”

“…During the 2007-2009 recession, median household income declined by 3.2 percent.  Since the official end of the recession in mid-2009, it has declined by an additional 6.7 percent. Median household income now stands below what it was in 2000.  For most American households, the past ten years have been a lost decade.

While some groups have done worse than others, few have been spared.  Median income for households headed by high school graduates has declined by 13.6 percent since 2007.  But those with some college education have lost 12 percent, and even those headed by college graduates have lost 6.9 percent.  Young adults and those nearing retirement have been especially hard-hit in the past two years: since mid-2009, household incomes of those under 25 are down 9.5 percent, 25 to 34 year olds have surrendered 9.8 percent, and households headed by workers in their early 60s have shed 10.7 percent on top of a 10.8 percent decline in 2007-2009—a staggering 21.5 percent loss overall.

During the early phase of the Obama administration, the vast majority  of Americans blamed former president George W. Bush for the country’s economic woes.  While they still do, President Obama is increasingly being held responsible as well: 53 percent of the voters now blame him a  “great deal” or a “moderate amount” for the economy, up more than 20 points.  Not surprisingly, most Republicans have held him responsible from the very beginning, and most Democrats still don’t.  The big swing has come among Independents, whose “blame Obama” percentage has risen from 37 percent in early 2009 to 60 percent in the fall of 2011 (Gallup,
September 21, 2011). …”

“…To an extraordinary degree, public attention is focused on a single issue.  Fifty-seven percent of the people regard the economy and jobs as  the most important issues facing the country, compared to 5 percent for  the budget deficit, 2 percent for health and education, and 1 percent for poverty, crime and war.  (Neither abortion nor moral values registers even 1 percent.)

Most people think the economy is doing badly, and they don’t expect things to improve anytime soon. This represents an abrupt change.  As recently as the first quarter of 2011, more people thought the economy was getting better than getting worse.  By September, only 12 percent saw improvement, while 43 percent were experiencing decline.  Indeed, four in five Americans think the economy is still in recession, and only  37 percent think it will be better a year from now.  Only 15 percent think they are better off than when Obama became president, versus 35 percent who feel worse off.

A recent Wall Street Journal analysis illuminates the harsh reality underlying this assessment.  During the 2007-2009 recession,
median household income declined by 3.2 percent.  Since the official end  of the recession in mid-2009, it has declined by an additional 6.7 percent. Median household income now stands below what it was in 2000.  For most American households, the past ten years have been a lost decade. …”

The Brand of Conservatism That Will Win (and the One That Will Fail) in 2012

William A. Galston, Senior Fellow, Governance Studies

The New Republic

“…Tuesday night’s election results illuminate the terrain on which the 2012 election will be fought. The American people want government to address their problems, but not at the cost of excessive intrusion in their lives. They recoil from ideologically motivated attacks on workers  and on women. While they are open to a moderate brand of conservatism, they will reject a harder-edge and more extreme version. …”

William Galston is a political theorist.
He is the Saul I Stern Professor of Civic Engagement and the director  of the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at the School of Public Policy of University of Maryland, College Park. In addition, he is a Senior Fellow of Governance at the Brookings Institution. He was also a senior adviser to President of the United States Bill Clinton on domestic policy, and has also been employed by the presidential campaigns of Al Gore and Walter Mondale.
Since 1995, Galston has served as a founding member of the Board of the  National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and as chair of the Campaign’s Task Force on Religion and Public Values. He previously taught in the department of Government at the University of  Texas-Austin.

In political philosophy, Galston has written influential works on political pluralism and on domestic policy issues in liberal society.

Galston was a student of classicist and political philosopher Leo Strauss.

Selected works

  • Justice and the Human Good, University of Chicago Press, 1980.
  • Liberal Purposes, Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  • Liberal Pluralism, Cambridge University Press, 2002.
  • The Practice of Liberal Pluralism, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
  • Public Matters: Essays on Politics, Policy and Religion, Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.

John Denver – Leaving on a Jet Plane

John Denver – Country Roads 

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Liar Obama’s Tax Cut Compromise? aka The Bad Deal: The Democratic and Republican Parties Betray,Insult and Sellout The Tea Party Movement And American People!

Posted on December 15, 2010. Filed under: Banking, Blogroll, Communications, Demographics, Economics, Employment, Federal Government, Fiscal Policy, government, government spending, history, Investments, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, Monetary Policy, Money, People, Philosophy, Rants, Raves, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Liar Liar Pants on Fire


Pence, DeMint Discuss Taxes On CNN



Congressman Steve King on Sean Hannity


Limbaugh’s Take On Obama’s Tax Deal “We Could Have Got More”


Mark Levin – We Need Leaders, We Need Leaders That Know What There Doing


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I am not buying at all the Republican Party talking point that the extension of the existing tax rates is required to avoid the economy going into another recession and this requires agreeing to the Obama’s Tax Cut Compromise massive new stimulus spending bill.


The U.S. economy is already in a  recession with unemployment going over 10% in January 2011.

The Obama Tax Cut Compromise– aka The Bad Deal– only creates more uncertainty as to whether the Republican Party leadership and establishment has a clue as to what is required to grow the economy.

The Tea Party Movement expects and demands massive cuts in Federal Government spending and balanced budgets.

This requires Obama’s proposed budgets be cut over $1,000 billion per budget year.

So what does the Republican Party leadership and establishment do.

They negotiate the Obama’s Tax Cut Compromise–aka The Bad Deal.

The Republican leaders are  the biggest suckers, sellouts or both.

Let the Democratic Party throw a fit over Obama’s apparent sellout.

Angry Dems Threaten Obama’s Tax Cut Compromise 


Nonsense. This is a political trap and the Republican leadership falls for it.

Only the political ruling class in Washington D.C. and the big media would call the extension of the existing tax rates by two years as a tax cut.

No tax rates were cut!

You do not compromise and negotiate deals will liars.

You defeat them.

No fiscally responsible Republican should vote for the Obama Tax Cut Compromise–aka The Bad Deal.

Instead wait until the new Congress starts on January 2011.

Vote on a very limited and narrow  tax bill that in essence extends the existing tax rates indefinitely.

Call the Democratic Party’s bluff.

If Obama vetoes such a bill, the Democratic Party will lose hugely in the next election.

Obama will become the Hoover of the Democratic Party if he vetoes such a bill.

Republicans on mass should walk away from The Bad  Deal.

As the song goes, you need to know when to fold them.

Kenny Rogers – The Gambler

Fold now.

Run from The Bad Deal. 

Otherwise you will be targeted for defeat in the next election.

The American people and the Tea Party Movement oppose the so-called Obama Tax Cut Compromise–The Bad Deal.

Kill The Bad Deal.

The Republicans better dance with the one that brought you:

Shania Twain – Dance With The One That Brought You

Make the call Boehner and tell President Obama that The Bad Deal is called off.

Stop crying and start fighting for the American Dream for the children and future generations of Americans.


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Memo To Bill Bennet and Seth Leibsohn, Esquires, Subject: Caller Question On Illegal Immigration and U.S. Constitution

Posted on July 7, 2010. Filed under: Blogroll, College, Comedy, Communications, Culture, Demographics, Economics, Education, Employment, Federal Government, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, history, Immigration, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, People, Philosophy, Politics, Quotations, Rants, Raves, Security, Talk Radio, Taxes, Transportation, Video, War, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , |


 Sen Kyl: Obama said “if we secure the border.. you all won’t support Comp. Immigration Reform”

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During the first hour of your show on Wednesday, July 7, 2010, a caller asked a question pertaining to illegal immigration and what part of the U.S. Constitution maybe applicable or relevant to this issue.

I thought the caller may have already known the answer and was just testing your knowledge of Constitutional law.

Unfortunately, you did not  know the article and section.

The answer is Article 4, Section 4.

Section 4 – Republican government

The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

Illegal Immigration – Invasion?

While nobody knows the exact number of illegal aliens in the United States, the estimates usually cited range from between 10 million to 30 million.

The population of the United States in 2010  is about 310 million.

Between 5% and 10% of our population now consist of illegal aliens.

The majority of these illegal aliens are from Mexico and Latin American and enter the United States by crossing the US/Mexican border.

The Mexican Government has been encouraging its citizens to go to the United States for employment as well as education, medical and welfare benefits.

Mexican government helps illegals cross border

Daily the invasion of the United States by illegal aliens continues.

The Federal Government has responsibility for protecting the States and the American people from this invasion.

Under Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama the number of illegal aliens has grown with only minimal enforcement of existing immigration laws.

The American people are demanding immigration law enforcement.

The American people are outraged at both Republicans and Democrats that would grant amnesty to illegal aliens.

The American people want all illegal aliens to be removed from their workplace and deported to their country of origin.

 I have blogged about this on more than one occasion,

America Held Hostage: President Obama Holds The Security of American People Hostage For Amnesty of Illegal Aliens a.k.a. Comprehensive Immigration Reform–Impeach and Convict President Obama For Betraying Oath Of Office

Appeasers and Oath Breakers All: Bush, Clinton, Bush, McCain, Clinton, Obama…Who is next?

Recommend you invite Roy Beck, Robert Rector, Victor Davis Hanson, Alan Keyes, Howard Phillips and the voice of the American people, Bob from New York City, each for a half-hour.

The illegal immigration issue would make a terrific series of shows and the callers would light up your panel of waiting callers.

Time for every state to follow the lead of Arizona and pass similiar immigration laws.

Then these states should join together and sue the Federal Government for its failure to vigorously enforce existing immigration laws.

Immigration Gumballs

The Dangers of Unlimited Legal & Illegal Immigration


Victor Hanson – Illegal Immigration Backlash


Alan Keyes: Stop Illegal Immigration, No Amnesty!

Local Leaders Can Stop Illegal Immigration

Arizona Should Sue the Department of Justice…


 Illegal Immigrants Sue Citizen and Win…


I Wanna be an Illegal Immigrant…


Illegal Immigrants!!!

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