Joe Biden has been busy in Iowa, trying to gain support in his quest for the Presidency. He might have an advantage in convincing union members to vote for him, we know of at least one farmer who won’t. Should you? On-Target’s Larry Sparano suggests some questions you might want to put to Joe, when he campaigns in your area:
Who won the Iowa debate between Joe Biden and a retired farmer? The farmer did. But he could have won it even more decisively if he confronted Biden with some well-crafted questions. Since no one has done that, including reporters, On-Target’s Larry Sparano lays out what Biden should have been asked about his son’s profiteering in Ukraine. He explains to Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York
CIA Operations Manager Sam Faddis was part of the advance team sent into Iraq ahead of the U.S. invasion. While the Bush administration was claiming WMD’s were the reason why we had to go to war, Faddis says they played no part in the American incursion. As he explains to On-Target’s Larry Sparano, the decision had already been made.
The already crowded race for the Democratic nomination has grown even more crowded –and disjointed–with the entry of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Will his money and management skills be enough to score him a bulls eye in his quest for the Presidency? Is it really as much of a long shot as many observers think? On-Target’s Larry Sparano and former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas discuss his chances:
Dr. Jacobs has been a serious researchers of the Alien phenomenon for decades. He’s granting few interviews these days. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano spoke with him recently. After spending nearly his entire life attempting to bring public awareness to the issue, Dr. Jacobs sums it all up in the following interview. And what he’s concluded might make you feel much less secure: