Monday, March 28, 2011

Human Trafficking: What cost?

The Andre Controversa Show Presents:

For Tuesday, March 29 at 7:00PM CST, our first guests will be a panel on human trafficking. Nathan Wilson, creator of the Meridian Project Foundation, Joni Cutler GOP State Senator from South Dakota and William Carroll, former district director for the INS, Arlington VA District.

Second hour: Tom Pauken, former Texas GOP chair and currently chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission. He will be discussing rethinking of GOP foreign policy and Libya.

Other Guests TBA.

Host Andre Traversa

Co-host Jim Lagnese

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A Bridge Too Far

We could argue all night about whether the killings were just or not, or whether we should be in Afghanistan, but one thing is for certain: We've lost the moral edge and we've lost our way.  Almost 10 years ago we went after Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan and we still do not have him.

The latest cinematographic treatises created by our soldiers in Afghanistan show that our soldiers have lost their moral compass. They are enjoying themselves and going beyond killing the enemy, whoever that is. This is a result of two factors: The lack of real, attainable goals with an end game and no oversight. We hear talk of killing innocent civilians and framing them with planted weapons. Sounds like something corrupt police do. Obviously they know they've done something wrong, otherwise why plant the guns? Further, it is disgusting to mutilate bodies and save relics. I've always thought our soldiers, especially the latest iteration of the US Army, are the best there is and have ever been. I feel like this proves me wrong.

The responsibility for this non-sense falls squarely on the soldiers themselves as well as the command. We need to discipline these people quickly and with extreme prejudice. There is no place in our military services for people like this. We also need to take a long hard look as to why we are there. We have no real attainable goals, no end game and we haven't accomplished anything other than sending soldiers home in coffins and wasting billions of dollars on a bridge too far. The Russians failed in this stone age play and so have we. I believe if we wanted Bin Laden, we could have had him by now. I really have to wonder why such jackasses like Obama and Bush implemented, promulgated and continued this charade like a pair of 3rd grade cowboys and indians dilettantes. I have come to the conclusion that political power, money and position are no substitute for efficacy, competence and good, moral, judgement. This is nothing to be proud of and god help us.

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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Michele Bachmann: An Insider's look at a future presidential candidate

Updated Time: The Andre Controvera Show Presents:

Tony Sutton, chairman of the Minnesota GOP will be discussing Michele Bachmann's controversial tenure in the State assembly and her future as a presidential candidate.

Doug Hill, founder of Laisez-faire Books will be discussing books he publishes.

More guests to be announced.

Host Andre Traversa

Co-host Jim Lagnese

Showtime 8:00PM CST

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Finally Exposed

Anyone with an IQ above Nancy Pelosi (or John Boehner for that matter) would have come to this conclusion the first time Obama opened his mouth on his presidential campaign. In fact before that. Still, we've gotten to the point that it's become a bad joke like the uncle that does a combover and thinks he looks young and sexy. There's no use defending it, there's no use hiding the elephant in the room. No amount of camouflage can cover the incompetence that lunks in the White House, no matter how hard Obama's lackeys in the main stream media ignore it or try to paint a happy face.

The last straw as it were is the situation in Libya. Obama has built his presidency on the premise that he is not like the previous president in that he will not invade countries, preemptively. Up to this point he has kept his word, but now we find ourselves involved with Libya in a half-assed fashion. We can argue whether or not we should be in Libya, but that is not my fight here, but I will say that Qaddafi is responsible for the murder of how many Americans from the bombing in Germany and flight 103? He should have been made room temperature a long time ago, but I am digressing.

Obama numbers have been down for awhile. Not good for any politician who is coming up to an election year. In the one chance he has to be presidential, meaning decisive, commanding, confident, and successful, he falls back to his pusillanimous  nature and fails miserably. The rebels in Libya were pushing Qaddafi's forces back, winning, but couldn't hold the line for long. They asked for American intervention. Instead of acting decisively, he waited for consensus with his "European partners" of how they would procede. If history is any indicator of future actions, studying the martial habits of the wine drinking and cheese eating dilettantes should indicate whatever happens, it will be tepid, half-assed and ineffective at best. In the meantime, Qaddafi spends some gelt and buys mercenaries from Chad, Niger and  Mali. Now the rebels are pushed back by Qaddafi's refreshed forces and the rebels are on their heels. At this point, Obama gets involved, because he and his "European Partners" have come to consensus. Understand, that like a child that takes the keys to the car without his parents permission, Obama never sought congressional approval in this adventure and furthermore does not ask for forgiveness either.

So now, we are left to wonder, what gives? I think we have a few forces at work here. One, we have a feckless person in the office of president, one that probably was pushed around as a child and needs the support of others to act. This man is not a natural leader in the sense of taking control and being decisive, even with evidence and information in hand (can we say the Gulf Oil Spill?). The second part is that he doesn't like being responsible for things that go badly. I suppose who does, but true leaders, great leaders take the good with the bad, brickbats along with adulation. In all his political life, he's never been in an office long enough for accountability to catch up with him. Now that he's reached the top, there really is nowhere to hide, no one to blame. He's elected himself into a box where he cannot extricate himself into a new and higher political position. He does have the personal tools to get elected, the smile, some charisma, the reparte that seems to go over. On the other hand, he hasn't shown the skills to deliver the goods. He's feckless. Three, he doesn't believe that America is even a first among equals, let alone the preeminent country in the world. Furthermore, he believe's it is his mission, to bring us down to the level of just another socialist democracy as we have with European countries. I am not a very religious person, but hearing this passage of scripture (KJV Matthew 18:8-9) over the weekend drew some comparisons with Obama:

 8Wherefore if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut them off, and cast them from thee: it is better for thee to enter into life halt or maimed, rather than having two hands or two feet to be cast into everlasting fire.
 9And if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: it is better for thee to enter into life with one eye, rather than having two eyes to be cast into hell fire.

Now, I think Obama sees capitalism and the success of America as the hand, foot or eye. His template is to reverse everything that has been done, a Mr Opposite if you will. But underlying it all, is the cleansing of the sins of the white man, of everything that has made America great. Juxtapose this template with the personality traits I have discussed, and we have what we have: The worst president in American history and while this will be unpopular but true, he is the spawn, the penultimate fruit of affirmative action. Before all the left wing malcontents throw brickbats at me, let me say that affirmative action is counter intuitive if not counter factual to the mantra of the civil rights movement and it master progenitor that fomented the possibility of affirmative action: A person should be judged by the content of his or her character, not the color of his or her skin. To put it plainly,  two wrongs have never made anything right. Now we have the product of that faulty thinking and it is the worst president extant.

So here we are, wondering, how did we get here? As with most elections, there is always a divide between right and left in this country and the deciding factor is ofter the mushy moronic masses that occupy the middle. Swayed not by ideology, but by feelings. They felt they should give Obama a chance, inaugurating a new age in American politics with the election of our first black president. Now that even the monkey with the white flag knows what a feckless mound of walking protoplasm Obama is, will this mush in the middle of moronic excellence give the mountebank in chief a second chance? As sure as Obama says he won't give up his Nobel Peace Prize for things he hadn't done yet (Rewarding forward, do you see a trend here?), he certainly won't give up the office of president without a fight. The question is, will the M&M's believe in his promise and give him a chance, even after being exposed at last as a mountebank, a feckless failure and dilettante, a product of affirmative action and marxist indoctrination? It remains to be seen. Never underestimate the idiocy of the American voter. All I hope for is that we have someone on the right that is not only good, but a slam dunk. Right now I have my doubts.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

XXX Domains: Opposition makes strange bedfellows

Tomorrow, Tuesday March 22, our first guests are Bob Peters, former president of Morality in Media, and Diane Duek, executive director of the Free Speech Coalition. They will discuss their opposition to the new domain.

From 8:00-8:30PM our guest will be William Jacobson, a Cornell law professor who blogs at He will talk about how Obama is screwing his anti-war Left base with the bombing of Libya. He will also discuss how most Democrats are just going right along with him, which they never would have done if Bush were president.

At 7:30PM we are having Nick Lorris and David Kreutzer from the Heritage Foundation that will be discussing how high gas prices will hurt Obama in 2012.

Our last guest is Chris Wysocki. He blogs for a site called and is here to discuss a blog post about how gay activists are targeting Chick-Fil-a restaurants.

Additional guests to be announced.

Host Andre Traversa

Co-host Jim Lagnese

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Hollywood Liberals Try To Stop Atlas Shrugged

John Stossel with Sean Hannity explains why Hollywood is so afraid of Ayn Rand:

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The Andre Controversa Show With Special Guest: Mark Hinkle

Our first guest is Libertarian Party Chairman Mark Hinkle, and we'll be revisiting the issue of GOP budget cuts, which he rightly points out as minimal.

Host Andre Traversa, Co-host Jim Lagnese

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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Palestinians for the Promotion of the Pedophile Prophet Exterminate Jewish Family and Then Celebrate

H/T to Chuck Coffer and The Jawa Report

The Fogel Family was brutally murdered by Fatah's military wing (al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades). Below are pictures of the family. I will repost the crime scene photos from Jawa with a purpose in mind: To effectively demonstrate that Islam is not a religion or culture of peace. It never has been and it isn't now. Mohammed killed thousands of Jews in Medina and they haven't stopped since. I would ask those that support the palestinians, how is this right? Let's see them try to pick up the clean end of the turd.

To add insult to injury, palestinians were celebrating this.

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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Gawker Criticizes Bachmann, But Mangles English Language: Tea Pot Calling the Kettle Black

As reported to me by Eric Dondero of the Libertarian Republican, Michele Bachmann's critics have some explaining to do as well:

Hey Jeff: Try spell check next time. 

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Andre Controversa Show: Abolishment of Collective Bargaining in Ohio

Our first guest will Chris Littleton, president of the Ohio Liberty Council, who will be talking about the current legislation to abolish collective bargaining rights for state workers in Ohio and discussing it too will be Tom Niehaus, Ohio Senate president.

Our second guest at the bottom of the hour is former congressman Bob Beauprez of Colorado and Dan Gainor, vp of Business and Culture for the Media Research Center, who will be commeting on the NPR sting operations, the NPR mindset, and why NPR should not receive federal funds.

Our third guest will be Robert Greer, professor of theology at Judson University. He will be discussing the hearings on D.C. on radical islam.

Host Andre Traversa, Co-Host Jim Lagnese

Show Time 7:00PM-9:PM CST

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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Michele Bachmann Talks About Poor House Leadership

The Andre Controversa Show Presents:


From Right Guy:

Michele Bachmann will be a guest on the Andre Controversa Show tonight at 7:00PM CST. She will be discussing the defunding of Obamacare.

Showtime: 7:00PM-9:00PM CST

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Host Andre Traversa, Co-Host Jim Lagnese

Thursday, March 03, 2011

The Andre Controversa Show Presents:Do Illegal Immigrants take jobs from American Minorities

Tonight we will have a round table debate about illegal immigration. The question is: Do illegals take jobs from American minorities? The two debaters during the first hour are Steven Camarota, director of research at the Centier for Immigration Studies, and his opponent is Martine Apodaca, communications director at the National Immigration Forum.

H/T to Lamar Smith of the House Judiciary Committee.

Second hour guest is Stephen Koh, executive director of the National Whistleblower's Center. He will be talking about his new book, the Whistleblower's handbook.

Host Andre Traversa, Co-Host Jim Lagnese.

The show starts at 7:00PM CST, call in at 949-203-8421 or stream here.

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

The Andre Controversa Show With Special Guests Joe Scheidler, Tryon Lewish, and Eric Burlison

Joe Scheidler is the national director of the Pro-life Action League. Tonight will feature a pro-life panel discussing the life of Bernard Nathanson. During the second hour, we will be doing a panel on the Healthcare Compact, a multistate initiative to override Obamacare.

We will ahve several panelists; among them Texas State Rep. Tryon Lewish, who represents District 81 in West Texas and Eric Burlison, Missouri state rep from District 136, and sponsor of healthcare compact legislation in Missouri.

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Host Andre Traversa, Co-host Jim Lagnese

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