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:
Was it a clear-cut illegal act and impeachable offense? Or is it a matter of interpretation and political spin? On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York go at it over whether the public is or will be outraged enough to pressure Congress to impeach and remove Donald Trump from office. The argument follows a report by Ezra Klein on the Vox Newwork, stating that what Trump did with Ukraine is clearly an offense that necessitates that Trump be thrown out of the government:
Elizabeth Warren, once written off as a long shot to win the Democratic Presidential nomination, is now edging out Bernie Sanders as the main challenger to Joe Biden. But can the increasingly large and enthusiastic crowds she’s drawing spill over into strong support among a larger constituency? That’s the topic of today’s discussion between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
A college professor says the media should put a muzzle on the president, by not reporting the tweets, rallies, and insults that he puts out to gain political advantage. Brian L. Ott, a professor of Communications Studies at Texas Tech University says news outlets should stop enabling Donald Trump, by carrying his hateful messages to the American public. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano says such censorship of the President’s worrds and actions would lead to a much worse situation. He explains why, in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The President is declaring victory over his critics following the non-conclusions of the Mueller Report regarding Obstruction of Justice, and the affirmative conclusion that there was no “Russian Collusion” on Trump’s part. But Democrats are making it plain that they will pursue all such matters further –much further.
How much traction will they get, heading into the 2020 elections? Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano, talking about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
He staged a false racial attack, caused the Chicago Police Department to spend tons of money and man hours, inflamed racial tensions in a city already rent by violence and hatred –and now it’s just, uh, ‘never mind? A great deal if you can get it. And Jussie Smollett did!
And in a second report, polling shows that voters don’t give a rat’s, uh posterior, about the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s exhaustive, 22-month long, 31 million dollar investigation into Trump’s activities. Considering such polling, how much longer should Democrats and other critics continue to harp on Trump’s alleged “Russian Collusion?” Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York in discussion of both topics. First, Smollett:
The massacre of worshipers at a mosque in New Zealand has renewed accusations that President Trump is responsible for the surge in hate crimes in the U.S. and around the world. In a manifesto, the white supremacist who shot and killed 50 people
cites Trump as a symbol of White Pride, with whom he shares a common purpose. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano says such violence can’t be blamed solely on Trump, but also on the Democrats and Republicans and corporate and other special interests who laid the groundwork for what’s now occurring around the globe. Here’s Larry in conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Beto O’Rourke says he’s in. He joins a growing field of Democratic contenders for the big prize. Can he make it all the way to the White House his first time around? On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York discuss O’Rourke’s strengths and weaknesses as he aims high -very high:
Despite all the praise of all-things Obama from the liberal media, one of the brash new Democrats in Congress says it was all an illusion. And behind the “pretty face” and “polish,” was a president who, in many respects, conducted business as usual –in favor or war, Wall Street and the status quo. It’s much of the same type of business for which Trump is being constantly and intensely criticized. Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-Minnesota) complaints against President Obama are detailed in a new Politico report. On-Target’s Larry Sparano gives reasons why he strongly agrees with her, in this discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX New York:
Accusations, outrage, Congressional hearings and investigations are flying fast and furious, now that the Democrats have control of the House in Congress. But will the weight of all that really sink the Ship of Trump?Here’s an analysis with On-Target’s Larry Sparano, in conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio, New York: