28 Sep September 27, 2015
The First 15
Debbie’s First Fifteen addresses the hot topic of the week: Speaker of the House John Boehner’s decision to resign from Congress. Grassroots American conservatives are changing the American political scene, and demanding a return to representational government and strong leaders.
Boehner (and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell) consistently capitulate to the left-wing agenda despite Republican majorities in both houses of Congress. Boehner may not be the last major change among the current ruling elite—Americans in big numbers view our government as a threat to American liberty.
Dr. James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation talks about Barack Obama’s foreign policy legacy around the world. Very insightful and thought-provoking perspective.
In a week of visits from the Pope and from the Premier of China, Obama’s dealings with China on climate change demand more attention than media gave them. Deal is not about climate; it is about ruling class control of humanity.
Two anecdotes from Debbie’s recent speeches show how despairing many Americans are feeling about the sense that America is being lost to socialism and Islam.
Leading ladies Chris Davis and Mari Sullivan join Debbie for the second hour. A story from no less than the New York Times highlights the perversion and abuse of the Afghan police toward young boys on American military bases, and the unwillingness of America’s military leadership to respond with moral clarity and to support our troops’ effort to stop this.
Critical differences between western culture and Islamic culture – evidence all around us—raise the entire question of impact in America of Syrian ‘refugees’.
Eighteen Democrat US mayors offer to take in more Syrian refugees despite Al Qaeda and ISIS admitting they are slipping terrorists in the refugee ranks, and the FBI recently admitting they have no way to vet these people. Wonder if they asked their voters, and how much federal money these cash-strapped cities will receive?
The leading ladies talk about Planned Parenthood, along with the past week’s developments in the Presidential campaign.
Quotes/tweets of the week:
Ted Cruz said that Obama’s meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping is a meeting “Between the world’s most powerful communist and the president of China..”
Links to articles discussed on the show