On The Show Today
Jan 17 2013
Governor Huckabee returns.
- Comb over all of the proposals and Executive Orders (of which none would have prevented Sandy Hook)
- Obama's real plan is to SPEND SPEND SPEND on gun control
- If Obama really wants to save lives, he should ban abortion
- The kids in the backgrund at Obama's Press Conference yesterday are ok, but the NRA calling attention to the Obama daughters attending a heavily-armed private school isn't ok?
- If it takes kids sending letters to get Obama's attention, we should encourage every child in America to send him a letter saying "Stop Spending My Future!"
- Instant Background Checks - Let's use them for Voter Registration, too!
REP. RANDY FORBES (VA) - Forbes.House.Gov
Congressman Forbes sits on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security that will evaluate the President’s proposals.
James Randy Forbes is the U.S. Representative for Virginia's 4th congressional district, serving since 2001. Randy founded and chairs the Congressional Prayer Caucus and sits on the Armed Services and Judiciary Committees.
JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO - JudgeNap.com
Guns and Government
Judge Andrew P. Napolitano joined Fox News Channel in January 1998, and currently serves as the Senior Judicial Analyst. He provides on air legal analysis every weekday throughout the day on Fox News and on its sister network, Fox Business Network.
Doug's thoughts on Obama's Press Conference yesterday. His book "Totally Incorrect" is out now.
Doug Casey is a highly respected author, publisher and professional investor. He has been a featured guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows and has been the topic of numerous print features. Doug has written newsletters and alert services for sophisticated investors for over 28 years. In addition to having served as a trustee on the Board of Governors of Washington College and Northwoods University, Doug has been a director and advisor to nine different financial corporations. Doug is widely respected as one of the preeminent authorities on “rational speculation,” especially in the high-potential natural resource sector.