That conversation was quickly followed by Vittert’s question to Tony about the eulogy of Meghan McCain for her late father, Sen. John McCain of Arizona. The eulogy, while never mentioning President Trump by name, had multiple comments that could only be seen as a “slam” of the President by McCain.
Ahmed Mohamed is famous (infamous?) for making a clock, bringing it to school and being handcuffed for it. At least, that’s what many in the main stream media will say as they scream loudly about Islamophobia, and other pretend concepts.
Ahmed never made anything; there was no “invention.” He took apart a clock, and put it back together in a pencil case. It looked like a bomb. He then took it to multiple teachers, even when told not to, in hopes of getting the negative attention he was (clearly) seeking.
Bring on the press, and a fame-loving father. Soon after, it was appearances on tv stations across America, a paid trip to Mecca and a meeting with the President of Sudan – known to you and me as the Butcher of Darfur. Then came the meeting with President Obama, at Obama’s invitation.
And now, Ahmed and his family have decided to move to Qatar to further his studies.
But this story was never about Ahmed. It was always about the complicit press, and Ahmed’s fame-
loving whore father.
14 year-old kids decide to meet with terrorist leaders? They decide to move to Qatar? Even the clock itself; From the beginning, the story seemed off. Odd. Forced. Then you learned that the father had a long history of promoting Islamophobia in the United States.
Ahmed is not the decider of his fate. Rather, he is a pawn in it. I don’t know what the future of Ahmed holds (he may turn out fine or may turn out awful,) but, clearly, his fame-whore father is guilty of child abuse. He has used his son as a human shield, as propaganda, as a prop.
And far too many in the complicit main stream media have cheered the abuse, every step along the way.
Hillary doesn’t know what capitalism is. She doesn’t understand how it works. And, if you asked her how she would reign in the “excesses” of capitalism, any answer she would give would be untrue.
Why? Because there are no excesses of capitalism.
From my original post:
Capitalism is good. Capitalism saves lives, builds wealth and makes lives better. This is clear. History has proven it. The science is settled. There are no such things as excesses of capitalism. It’s not real.
If there is an excess of capitalism, it means somebody out there has to determine what’s the right amount to make and, then, what’s the excess. And Hillary Clinton thinks she’s the person with the moral compass to determine what’s enough, and what’s excess.
On Saturday night, I appeared on RTV6 to talk about being part of the evacuation of Castleton Mall in Indianapolis on reports of gun shots.
I was at the AMC theater watching The Hunger Games – Mocking Jay Part One. Late into the film, a man exited the theater, and then returned quickly saying there was a large crowd screaming and running towards the theater.
As reported by WIBC, a brawl ensued at the mall with upwards of 60 people, and attracted a crowd of over 100. During the brawl, allegedly, gun shots were heard. In my theater, we evacuated quickly and without incident.
I joined RTV6 later that night to discuss what happened.
At the Defending the Dream Summit in Dallas, TX, Tony Katz asked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) about his desire to repeal Obamacare in full. While Sen. Cruz favors repeal, some governors, including Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) have worked toward Medicaid expansion.
Sen. Cruz advised any governor from being “complicit” in solidifying Obamacare.
Tony Katz understands that privacy seems to be dead in the digital world. Celebrities (like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Ariana Grande) and non-celebrities need to be aware of what they post online, and who they allow to access their computers.
But what of the hackers? Those who enjoy stealing private information and think they are above the law? Tony has an idea of how to handle them. Extreme? Maybe….or not.
A “Protester” is someone availing themselves of their First Amendment rights. In Ferguson, you may not agree with what they say, but their right to peacefully assemble and express their grievances comes well before your specific issue with their cause.
A “Looter” is someone who believes they are entitled to destroy or steal property, because they are “angry,” or for some other trigger. No one, no matter how angry nor no matter the cause of their anger (including the killing of Michael Brown by Ferguson PD Officer Darren Wilson,) has the right to take or destroy what is not rightfully theirs.
In short, Protesters should expect our support. Looters should expect to get shot.
In his latest video for WIBC, radio host Tony Katz questions whether – after the accident involving Tony Stewart and Kevin Ward, Jr. that left Ward dead – NASCAR (and all racing leagues) have to institute new rules for getting out of a car while under a Yellow flag. Is it up to the racing associations to teach common sense?
One man, holding a sign that equated a swastika to a Star of David, said that Jews should “go back where they come from.” They also said that Jeff Smulyan, the CEO of Emmis Communications (which owns WIBC) was a Nazi.