This week on NH Perspective Radio Show:
1st Segment: Congressman Steve King, R-IA, the Ranking Member on the House Immigration Subcommittee
The hardest working man in the Congress joins us to talk about two important topics:
- Congressman’s Kings thoughts on the recently passed Az. Law
- What more can the federal government be doing?
- Congressman King will explain his proposal to close a loophole that allows for “anchor babies”
- Congressman King is coming to NH:
2nd and 3rd Segment (11:30am – 12:00PM):
1st Congressional Candidate Rich Ashooh.
We will find out a little about Rich, and why he is running for Congress. Where does Candidate Ashooh stand on:
The Deficit and the Budget
The need for a comprehensive national energy policy
For more information about Candidate Rich Ashooh, go to: Ashooh for Congress
The New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show, every Sunday morning, 11am, AM 610 – 96.7 th WAVE – AM 930.
Thanks for the e-mails regarding my interview with Author Tyler Deaton. There is so much more in the book we were not able cover, so I encourage you get a copy of the book and read it.
Also, if you are interested in having Tyler appear before your group (which would be highly informative), let me know and will help to facility the visit.
Once again Congress has produced a mammoth “one -size-fits all” bill (1,408) that most of our representatives have not read, let alone can even understand. Instead of having an intellectual conversation on the matter, the Democrats are playing politics, hoping to score some much needed points with the American public.
The media and the Democrats continue to unfairly portray Republicans as the the guardians of the” fat-cats” on Wall Street in an effort the cram this bill down the throat of Americans. According to the the Center for Responsive Politics both Parties have received huge sums of money from Wall Street firms. But the Democrats (in-particular Sen. Dodd (who is not even running for reelection!) and Sen. Reid) have received the biggest share of donations. And President Obama received more money from Wall Street (from either firms or individuals) than any other candidate, for any office….ever!
Most Americans want some sort of financial reform, but this bill is not the answer. Heritage has provided an excellence analysis as to why this legislation will do more harm than good:
Regulation Plan: The 14 Fatal Flaws
In the end the biggest harm this bill does is to little, local banks. Remember, big business loves big government. Many larger financial institutions like this bill because it will unfairly treat smaller banks, making it easier for the big guys to gobble them up or force them out of business. From “The Stateman.com (April 21, 2010):”
“One reason for the increased Democratic share is that investors aren’t unanimously opposed to proposed financial regulations making their way through Congress, said Joe Keefe, president and CEO of Portsmouth, N.H.-based Pax World Management, which manages $2.4 billion.”
Once again, the Democrats are playing fast and loose with the truth, while trying to pass this bill off as “for the people.” This bill does nothing more than keep big government in bed with big business. That is not “reform you can bank on.”
The latest show Archives have been posted for you to listen to on-line or download:
April 18, 2010 (Segment 1): Author (and Vietnam Vet) Phillip Jennings discusses his latest book – “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War.”
April 18, 2010 (Segment 2 and 3): A complete breakdown of the 2011 Federal Budget.
April 25, 2010 (Segment 1): A conversation with 1st NH Congressional Candidate Frank Guinta
April 25, 2010 (Segment 2 and 3): A conversation with author Tyler Deaton to discuss his new book “Sarah Qualin – Left-wing smear attacks on rogue conservatives”
In addition to these archive items, you will find additional archives and “best of” shows posted within the Archive section of the New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show web-page.
New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show – Upcoming Schedule – MAY 2010
May 02, 2010 :
1st Segment: Congressman Steve King
2nd and 3rd Segment 1st Congressional Candidate Rich Ashooh
May 09, 2010:
1st Segment/2nd/3rd Segment: Rick Fabrizio (Managing Editor – Portsmouth Herald) and Charlie Arlinghaus (President – Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy) Panel Show (topics to be posted the week of the air-date)
May 16, 2010 :
1st Segment: Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann
2nd and 3rd Segment: US Congressional Candidate (1st District) Sean Mahoney
May 23, 2010:
1st Segment: Congressman Paul Broun, R-GA
2nd and 3rd Segment: US Congressional Candidate (2nd District) Bob Guida
May 30, 2010:
1st Segment: Congressman Steve King, R-IA
2nd and 3rd Segment: Veterans Advocate Sheridan Folger.
New Hampshire Perspective: April 25, 2010 – Congressional Candidate Frank Guinta/Left-Wing Smear Attacks
This week on NH Perspective Radio Show:
1st Segment: 1st Congressional Candidate Frank Guinta
A discussion with 1st Congressional Candidate Frank Guinta. Topics:
- The Budget – Deficit- VAT/Taxes
- Financial Times: US debt to hit 20 trillion in ten years
- Healthcare Reform – What Next?
- Tea Parties
2nd Segment: Left-Wing Smear Attacks
Author Tyler Deaton, to discuss his book Sarah Quaylin – Left-Wing Smear Attacks on Rogue Conservatives. A book of the anti-elite versus the elite. The Left has a history of attacking intellectual conservatives, yet conservatives seem to fall for the same old tricks.
Tyler Deaton details the left’s (elitist) attacks on Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin, and warns it will happen again unless conservative prepare to fight back.
Find out more by going to: Sarah Quaylin: Left-Wing Attacks Conservatives
The New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show, 11am, AM 610 – 96.7 th WAVE – AM 930.
New Hampshire Perspective this week:
April 22, 2010: April 18th show will be posted on-line (Archives)
April 23, 2010: New Hampshire Perspective show schedule for May 2010 will be posted.
April 25, 2010, 11am: This week’s show will feature 1st Congressional Candidate Frank Guinta (1st segment) and author Tyler Deaton (2nd and 3rd Segments).
Film Screenings – Forum Discussion:
Brothers at War, 33 Minutes, Do As I Say-Not As I Do, The Global Swindle
Jeff Chidester, host of New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show, is pleased to announce (by popular demand) that he will be traveling across New Hampshire hosting four extremely important films. If your group is interested in hosting a screening of any of the films you can contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Brothers at War (Rated R – 110 minutes):
Two brothers went to fight. One went to find out why.
BROTHERS AT WAR is an intimate portrait of an American family during a turbulent time. Jake Rademacher sets out to understand the experience, sacrifice, and motivation of his two brothers serving in Iraq. The film follows Jake’s exploits as he risks everything—including his life—to tell his brothers’ story. Often humorous, but sometimes downright lethal, BROTHERS AT WAR is a remarkable journey where Jake embeds with four combat units in Iraq. Unprecedented access to U.S. and Iraqi combat units take him behind the camouflage curtain with secret reconnaissance troops on the Syrian border, into sniper “Hide Sites” in the Sunni Triangle, through raging machine gun battles with the Iraqi Army. Ultimately, the film follows his brothers home where separations and life-threatening work ripple through their parents, siblings, wives and children. BROTHERS AT WAR provides a rare look at the bonds and service of our soldiers on the frontlines and the profound effects their service has on the loved ones they leave behind.
Suggested discussion time: 20 minutes
33 Minutes (NR – 60 minutes):
33 Minutes: Protecting America in the New Missile Age is a one-hour documentary produced by The Heritage Foundation, tells the story of the very real threat foreign enemies pose to every one of us. The truth is brutal – no matter where on Earth a missile is launched from it would take 33 Minutes or less to hit the U.S. target it was programmed to destroy.
Nuclear proliferation around the world, and the threat of a ballistic missile attack of some kind is mounting as more and more countries obtain nuclear technology. The ongoing threat toward America is also accelerating due to the fact that there are many rogue nations and terrorist organizations who either have or are seeking ballistic missiles and nuclear technology.
The challenges of protecting America and its citizens for President Obama’s administration are great. Featuring rare footage and in-depth interviews with leading experts in the field, 33 Minutes is the definitive documentary exposing the untold vulnerability we all face and the action plan necessary to revive a strategic missile defense system that America uniquely can develop, maintain, and employ for its own defense and the peace-loving world’s security
Suggested discussion time: 30 minutes
Do As I Say, Not As I Do (NR – 105 minutes):
Hypocrites come in all shapes and sizes. And when it comes to politics, hypocrisy is just part of the game. But the press only tends to cover half the story. For decades, the American people have benefited from the media’s meticulous investigation of hypocrisy among conservative leaders. Meanwhile, liberal hypocrisy gets a free pass.
But not anymore.
These days, you can’t turn on the television or open a newspaper without finding liberal politicians, professors, pop stars, and pundits blaming the world’s problems on America’s free enterprise system, its democratic tradition, and its core values of individualism and self-reliance. But how sincere are they about their beliefs? How do they live? The answers will shock you.
In a film that will forever change how we see America and its leaders, filmmakers Nicholas Tucker and Lucas Abel take us on an unforgettable journey through a political landscape filled with hypocrites and humbugs. Along the way, they reveal a disturbing national truth: that the two-faced mantra “do as I say, not as I do” has become the unwritten golden rule of some of our most prominent liberal leaders.
Learn about the hypocrisy of Al Gore, Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton, the late Ted Kennedy, and more.
These figures and many like them populate Tucker and Abel’s Do As I Say, an eye-opening exposé of the thinly veiled hypocrisy defining some of today’s leading liberal figures. Based on Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book, this funny, fast-paced film reveals how icons of the left have fully embraced capitalist ideals while simultaneously discouraging others from doing the same.
Suggested discussion time: 20 minutes
The Great Global Warming Swindle (NR – 60 minutes):
Everything you’ve ever been told about Global Warming is probably untrue. This film blows the whistle on the biggest swindle in modern history. We are told that ‘Man Made Global Warming’ is the biggest ever threat to mankind. There is no room for scientific doubt. Well, watch this film and make up your own mind.
This informative BBC documentary is one film that Al Gore does not want you to see.
Suggested discussion time: 30 – 40 minutes
Each screening will be followed by a group discussion and additional information about the film’s content. If your group is interested in hosting a screening of any of the films you can contact Jeff at email@example.com.
Groups will be responsible for providing a screening room (public libraries, non-profits, churches, etc), sending out invitations, and providing popcorn (optional). Jeff will host, provide additional materials/handouts, and resource materials.
Once again the Seacoast Freedom Network (thanks in large part to Dianne Bitter and Sue Polidura) organized a fantastic event. The 2010 Portsmouth Tea Party was great, and the crowd was incredible.
I was glad I was able to make it and sorry I could not stay and chat . I would like to thank everyone for their kind words regarding my mother; they meant a lot.
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Portsmouth Herald story
This week on the New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show
1st Segment (11am – 11:30am):
The Vietnam War was a tragic and dismal failure—at least that is what the mainstream media and history books would have you believe. Join us for a discussion with author (and Vietnam Veteran) Phillip Jennings as he helps to set the record straight in The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Vietnam War.
In this latest “P.I.G.”, Mr. Jennings shatters culturally-accepted myths and busts politically incorrect lies that liberal pundits and leftist professors have been telling you for years. The Vietnam War was the most important—and successful—campaign to defeat Communism. Without the sacrifices made and the courage displayed by our military, the world might be a different place. The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Vietnam War reveals the truth about the battles, players, and policies of one of the most controversial wars in U.S. history.
Find out more by going to: The Political Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War
2nd and 3rd Segment (11:30am – 12:00pm):
2011 US Budget
What does President Obama’s2011 budget look like? Will taxes increase, and if so for who and how much? How much will the deficit increase?
Join us for a discussion with the experts from the Heritage Foundation as we dissect the pending budget.
Budget analysis: Obama Budget Raises Taxes and Doubles the National Debt (#2382)
Agenda and guest updated often – please check back