The Occupy Wall Street protestors, who are so angry about the excesses of wealthy Americans, apparently feel no shame at living on gourmet, organic meals made especially for them by a former hotel chef. The food is donated to a soup kitchen, and that soup kitchen could probably make better use of its time serving those truly in need.
Meanwhile, Senate Majority Reid is saying that public sector jobs must take precedence over their private-sector counterparts. Reid claimed that "private-sector jobs have been doing just fine," but government jobs need the help of the Democrats' new $35 billion bill to hire more teachers and first responders.
Pat Buchanan, Populist conservative commentator, former senior advisor to three Presidents and former two time candidate for the Republican nomination for President, talks about his excellent new book Will America Survive to 2025? Suicide of a Superpower.
Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), discusses the decision to lance the CLASS Act from Obamacare, how much of the deficit it really would have reduced, and what this does to the health care plan as a whole
Stephen Leeb, expert on global economic trends and author of several bestselling books including his newest one Red Alert: How China's Growing Prosperity Threatens the American Way of Life.
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