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Megyn Kelly Was Almost at a Loss for Words After This Extremely Frustrating Obamacare Interview With Dem Rep.

 

Megyn Kelly battled Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) over President Barack Obama’s promise that all Americans would be able keep their health care plans under Obamacare, a claim that has proven to be false. While some Democratic lawmakers have admitted the president should have been more clear about the regulations, Obama and other administration officials are blaming insurance companies for causing what is predicted to be as many as 10 million Americans to lose their individual plans.

 

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By |November 1st, 2013|News, Top Stories|0 Comments

Cruz: ‘Mike Lee and I Are Gonna Fight with Every Breath in Our Body’ to Stop Obamacare

Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) were on Hannity Wednesday night to discuss the ObamaCare fight now that they have gotten what they wanted and the onus is on the Senate to pass the continuing resolution defunding it.

Cruz declared, “Mike Lee and I are gonna fight with with every breath in our body. As Churchill said, we will fight on the beaches, we will fight on the streets, we will fight at every step to stop the biggest job killer in America.”

Lee made the point that once the CR passes the House, “the only people who can produce a government shutdown are Harry Reid, the Senate Democrats and the President of the United States.”

 

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By |September 19th, 2013|News, Top Stories|0 Comments

Is Manti Te’o a victim or participant in the hoax?

Kevin McCullough and Jehmu Greene weigh in on the Notre Dame star Manti Te’o elaborate ‘girlfriend’ hoax


 

By |January 19th, 2013|News, Top Stories|0 Comments
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    Kevin McCullough on Fox News & Stephen Baldwin on Fox News Radio

Kevin McCullough on Fox News & Stephen Baldwin on Fox News Radio

Kevin McCullough and Stephen Baldwin make duo appearances of Fox News, one on television and the other on radio!

Kevin McCullough joins the panel on Fox News with host Megyn Kelly on Wednesday after the 2nd Presidential debate to discuss moderator Candy Crowley’s performance. 10.17.12

Actor Stephen Baldwin and executive producer Thomas Conigliaro sit down with Brian Kilmeade to discuss their new film, ‘Loving the Bad Man.’ On Fox News Radio. 10.16.12

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    How can the candidates come out on top in the debate? Kevin on Fox

How can the candidates come out on top in the debate? Kevin on Fox

Kevin McCullough and Santita Jackson discuss the upcoming Presidential Debate and the candidates’ potential strategies

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    President Obama: “The Private (Job) Sector is doing… FINE!”

President Obama: “The Private (Job) Sector is doing… FINE!”

I guess the new Obama campaign strategy is to attempt to hypnotize the entire voting populous and see if the voodoo that can be worked will get people to call black white and white black, and yellow red and red yellow.

How else can this president, stand before the nation, and utter these magnificently ignorant words?

(While fielding a question in Friday’s press conference:)
Question: What about the Republicans saying that you’re blaming the Europeans for the failures of your own policies?

President Obama: The truth of the matter is that, as I said, we created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone.

The private sector is doing fine. Where we’re seeing weaknesses in our economy have to do with state and local government. Oftentimes cuts initiated by, you know, Governors or mayors who are not getting the kind of help that they have in the past from the federal government and who don’t have the same kind of flexibility as the federal government in dealing with fewer revenues coming in.

And so, you know, if Republicans want to be helpful, if they really want to move forward and put people back to work, what they should be thinking about is how do we help state and local governments and how do we help the construction industry? Because the recipes that they’re promoting are basically the kinds of policies that would add weakness to the — to the economy, would result in further layoffs, would not provide relief in the housing market, and would result, I think most economists estimate, in lower growth and fewer jobs, not more.

At the end of the day (this election cycle) historians and campaign staffers will look back and ask, “Where did the losing candidate in 2012 go wrong?”

If Barack Obama is that losing candidate you can point to June 8, 2012 as the moment he lost it.

The level and depth of how bad this thinking is runs deep.

Arguments can be had over whether his policies, or the European crisis, or any number of other elements of this soundbyte are true or not. But in the end it is that statement that the “private sector is doing fine,” that reveal the dead give-away.

Because the number of people actively counted by the unemployment numbers (total pool of people) has shrunk (due to people giving up looking) the real unemployment number as we sit here today is close to 14%. The underemployment by the average family is close to 25%.

Those aren’t ALL public workers…

Nor should they be… nor should we let them be…

Our economy MUST be driven by the private sector. Roads would be better built if private contractors built them. Education would be better if the entire educational system was private sector. Delivery of packages is always better and more efficient when privatized. GOD FORBID we let government anywhere near our medical care.

But again, those are all arguments to be had on other levels.

Nothing excuses the president’s abject, palpable either dishonesty or ignorance… and either one is MORE than reason enough to send him a one way ticket back to Chicago in November.

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    [New Video] Fox News: What do Wisconsin recall results mean for America

[New Video] Fox News: What do Wisconsin recall results mean for America

Kevin McCullough joins Megyn Kelly’s focus group on Fox News to discuss…

“What do Wisconsin recall results mean for America?”

Kevin McCullough Fox News with Megyn Kelly 5.3.12

House GOP to distribute draft contempt citation against Eric Holder over “gunwalking”.
Kevin McCullough & Bernard Whitman discuss the political ramifications for the Obama Administration on Fox News with Megyn Kelly.

The Secret Obsessions of a Talk Show Host.

Sean Hannity is OBSESSED with Alec Baldwin. Obsessed, like a single, middle aged,  slightly overweight woman, obsessed.   It’s the only reason that I can think of for a syndicated talk show host to talk about a public personality as much as he does. Seriously, only 8th grade girls obsess as much as Hannity obsesses over Baldwin.  Why else would he talk about him so much?  FOUR YEARS ago, they had it out on the  air, but come on.. that s such old news. I scratch my head and ponder…  maybe he’s jealous.  Why else would he talk about Alec so much? Haven’t you heard the old adage, people only bad mouth people they are jealous of?   Hannity IS the only talk show host who has “Alec Baldwin’s favorite radio talk-show host”  as his opener.

Alec has been floating around CNN lately talking about politics, something He is quite well informed on, Sean must be really up set that Alec didn’t call him first because he went and played the rant heard round the world, the infamous voice mail.  Oh no, not something we have all heard 1,ooo times?!  The only person really adversely affected by this revisit, is a teenage girl in California.   I am under the suspicion that Sean gets a kickback from Alec’s ex-wife’s camp every time he plays the clip.

For someone who carries the Conservative flag and totes his Bible now, He has really shown his true colors by a recent private interaction that has become public.

Its no secret in certain circles that Alec and Sean are not friends.  Lately, Sean has made statements on his show about his faith and choices that he has made in his personal life.  He even had a conversation with a person (Stephen Baldwin) who shares the same faith (so stated by Hannity), agreeing to put aside his differences with Alec for the sake of Alec’s family (specifically his daughter) after all, according to their shared faith, this is the MATURE thing to do.

Short term memory loss kicked in and oops, once again, Hannity played that sound byte he never removed from the number three spot on his sound board presets.

We all disagree with someone.

Everyone has their own opinions regarding life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  That’s what makes our Country great, we all differ slightly and are allowed to talk about it.   People who can sit down and have civil conversations about their different political ideologies and walk away from the conversation not personally insulting the other person are to be commended for their maturity.  There may be twenty other common interests you share with this person, just because you disagree with them on one thing, GIVES YOU NO RIGHT TO THROW STONES AT THEM and assault their personal lives, especially for ratings.

Grow up Mr. Hannity.

Kerri Smith, Senior Producer : The Kevin McCullough Show, Baldwin/McCullough Radio

Peeps to DC: “We’re SICK of you!”

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