Friday, May 10, 2019


Today, Friday, May 10th, from 7 to 9pm EST on American Political Radio, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discuss 'It's More Than Just About Other People's Money'; 'Skin the Snakes...Barr None'; and important news of the day.

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It's More Than Just About Other People's Money 
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio

Recently reported was that nearly half of all millennials are willing to live under socialism as they view capitalism as being on par with four-letter words. Never mind that socialism has failed wherever and whenever it's been tried making it truly sad that millennials erroneously equate capitalism with the belief that the already wealthy get wealthier while the sum of all others get little to nothing. And that belief can be blamed not only on the left's lovefest with fake news but also on our schools of "higher indoctrination"...schools formerly known as colleges and universities...not teaching historical and societal truths let alone economics 101.

Now add in that millennials and most of the uninformed and ill-informed masses have no idea that socialism equates to big government, lack of personal responsibility, elimination of private property, coupled with both the “centralization of the means of production” and of course decision-making...making socialism more than just about running out of other people's money.

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Devastating: Liberal Law Professor Clinically Dismantles Democrats' Contempt Case Against Barr
Left-leaning law professor Jonathan Turley -- who has stood out in recent years as a rare legal analyst unwilling to allow his political views to cloud his constitutional judgments -- has written an absolutely devastating column addressing House Democrats' efforts to hold Attorney General Bill Barr in contempt of Congress.  Anti-Trump partisans have compiled a list of grievances against Barr, many of them specious, but House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler has chosen to focus the contempt charge on the Attorney General's unwillingness to release a tiny redacted fraction of the Mueller report.  Turley says this is "the weakest possible contempt claim," warning that pursuing it will damage the House, not the administration.  Here's the core of his argument on the redactions-based contempt complaint:
The problem is that the contempt action against Barr is long on action and short on contempt. Indeed, with a superficial charge, the House could seriously undermine its credibility in the ongoing conflicts with the White House...

He’s right for the wrong reasons (Russian agents, fake news etc). But he gets the key point though, “Mark’s power is unprecedented” “far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or government” which echos my now weary mantra, “never has such immense power been in the hands of so few.” It’s what I have been writing, and warning of for the better part of four years. We filed our lawsuit against Facebook years ago challenging Section 230 of the FEC code, to no avail. Everyone shrugged. Now, one by one, we are silenced,  banned, suspended or deleted. And its only going to get worse in the run up to the presidential election in 2020. The other two pillars of the break-up argument  is gross violation of our first amendment rights in the public square and violation of our civil rights.
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