VIDEO: The Biden-Obama Axis

VIDEO: PLA in the Bering Strait

On September 03, 2015
Wednesday   2 September 2015  / Hour 1, Block A: Arthur Waldron, Lauder Professor of International Relations in the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania, in re: Five PLA navy warships in the Bering Strait, right off Alaska where the US president is right now.  Meanwhile, thousands of stone-faced, goose-stepping Chinese soldiers march through Tien An Men to commemorate the CCP victory against Japan in WWII – which never, ever Jinping, in direct line from Mao Tse-tung, who spent the whole war in caves in Yenan as far as possible from Japanese troop

VIDEO: Kudlow for Senate?

On September 02, 2015
Tuesday  1 September 2015 / Hour 1, Block A: Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post, in re:  Larry Kudlow is shocked at Sen Blumenthal's intention to vote in favor of the Iran deal, which will give $150 billion to the IRGC with which to promote global terrorism.  If he does in fact vote yes on the Iran deal, Ill be looking very closely at running for Senator from Connecticut.   JR: Partisan hacks [anent: those supporting the unwholesome deal].  LK: this is a matter of security of the nation. It's astounding tome.

VIDEO: Email Dump

On September 01, 2015
Monday 31 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block D:  Sarah Westwood, Washington Inquirer, in re: Mrs Clinton's most recent 7,000-email document dump of nine o'clock this evening (forty-five minutes ago).

VIDEO: Volatile

On August 26, 2015
Monday  25 August 2015   / Hour 1, Block A:Steve Moore, Heritage, in re: The New York Exchange has been down for six days in a row; forever overseas. The weakening is . .  all the major commodities indexes have been going down, anomalously.

VIDEO: Market Leninism

On August 25, 2015
Monday  24 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block C:  Gordon G. Chang,, in re:   Beijing invited PM Abe to the Chinese "Victory over Japan" parade in commemoration of the end of WWII.  He declined.  Meanwhile the market has been parachuting downward; today was a rout. Chinese economy falling precipitously, Beijing doesn't have the juice to stop it. "Market Leninism."  Stats from China have been opaque, unlikely; now, the curtain is being drawn back.  That 7% growth that Beijing touted is now seen to be 5%, which itself is bogus.

VIDEO: Last of the Progressives

On August 21, 2015
Thursday 20 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block D:  Cori O'Conner, WSJ editorial board asst, in re: . . . the fee-based model is typically in larger accounts; new rule will go to former commission-based model of less than $25,000.  Goal is to send people to roboadvice.  Two large camps in contest: progressive (e.g., Tom Perez), which regards competition as a danger zone fraught with exploitation, and libertarians, classical liberals, who regard the marketplace as the safest place.