Biden’s Baggage Too Heavy a Lift?

A number of polls still show Biden comfortably leading Democratic hopefuls in his quest for the nomination. But that may change as opponents highlight more and more the baggage Biden is dragging with him. And it’s not just as Obama’s vice-president As On-Target’s Larry Sparano explains, it stems back to his long career in the Senate. Here’s Larry in discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

Are You Better Off Now Than You Were Four Years Ago? –The Implications from Trump.

According to polls, a majority of Americans feel they are no better off now, economically, than they were four years ago, or before Trump took office. Does this spell defeat for Trump in 2020? On-Target’s Larry Sparano discusses that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

Media falsely hyping “Corruption” in the U.S.?

Some commentators are claiming that media hype is creating the false impression that corruption is much more widespread in the U.S. than is actually the case. Some of those opinions are from Trump critics trying to downplay the sweet deals that Joe Biden’s son had in Ukraine and China. On-Target’s Larry Sparano talks about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

Hillary for President Again? Could it happen?

Hillary keeps dropping hints that she could be in the running again for the office which has twice eluded her. Is she delusional, or is there actually a way that she could become President in 2020? That’s the discussion between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas:

Trump Should Remain “Presidential?”

Would Trump be better off letting his supporters carry on attacks against his critics, rather than engage them directly himself? And should President Clinton’s actions during his impeachment serve as an example for Trump? On-Target’s Larry Sparano says not neccessrily. He explains why in this conversation with Kent Garrett orf WIOX Radio New York:

Dr. Wecht and Dr. Baden both say Epstein was probably murdered!

Jeffrey Epstein was most likely murdered, according to the former Chief Medical Examiner of New York City. That’s the conclusion of Dr. Michael Baden, who acted as an observer during Epstein’s autopsy, on behalf of the Epstein family. Baden’s findings is a direct contradiction of the official conclusion of the current New York City Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson. She ruled it a suicide. But Baden’s findings do correspond directly with that of another well-known, well-credentialed forensic pathologist, Dr. Cyril Wecht. On-Target’s Larry Sparano talked with Dr. Wecht this week about why Wecht is also convinced that the finding of “suicide” was an obvious, and erroneous rush to judgement.

Basis for impeachment too thin?

While Trump critics continue to salivate over the House impeachment inquiry, Democrats could be overlooking a key factor in whether they will be successful in their attempt to remove the President. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says that factor is how much outrage will really be elicited from voters who are being told that Trump’s “crime” is a danger to the Republic. Will it wash? That’s what Larry discusses with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

Sen. Lindsey Graham: ‘What I Said About Trump and Syria –Never Mind!’

As the most recent demonstration of just how politics, rather than facts and information shape some of the most intense criticism of Trump  –consider Sen Lindsey Graham’s sudden reversal on Trump’s decision to pull U.S. Troops out of Syria.  On-Target’s Larry Sparano spells it out, in his latest exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:



Syria: The Grand Design That We Don’t Know About.

While Trump continues to take on fire about his decision to pull American troops from Syria, more facts are beginning to emerge that –in the grand scheme of things–Trump might be right about getting the U.S out of there. In her radio show, commentator Kim Iversen makes the point that Turkey, Russia and Iran have been meeting for months, to agree on a plan to finally stabilize the region which would benefit all sides –even the Kurds. And part of that plan, apparently endorsed by Syria, would require American troops to get out of the way.  On-Target’s Larry Sparano talks about all that, in this segment with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:


Is it Trump or His Critics Who Are in Meltdown?

House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi is again talking about Trump’s mental stability, following the latest dust-up during a meeting of House Democrats and the President in the White House.  At the same time, George W. Bush is adding his comments about how the U.S. must continue to intervene in foreign countries in order insure global stability.  And usualTrump backer Sen. Lindsey Graham continues to heap criticism on the Commander-in Chief for his precipitous pull-out of American troops in Syria.  So, considering the support of both Bush and Graham for past disastrous wars in the mid-east, who’s nuttier?  On Target’s Larry Sparano has some perspective in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: