Thursday, March 23, 2017

ICYMI - Two Great Guests & Thoughts On The Gorsuch Hearing

Michael J Knowles, Elbert Guillory, Neil Gorsuch, Behind Enemy Lines Radio
We're happy to welcome two amazing guests this week on Behind Enemy Lines! First, we talk to Culture Correspondent for the Daily Wire - and Amazon No. 1 Best Seller Author - Michael J. Knowles, as we delve DEEP into his best-seller "Reasons to Vote For Democrats" - it's a real page turner! Then, BEL is honored to welcome Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory, as we discuss his efforts in leading the Louisiana GOP outreach to improve educational opportunity and economic re-birth.

All that, plus Gene talks about how proud he is to be a lawyer listening to the confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

ICYMI - John Preston: Superman Falls


Behind Enemy Lines Radio, John Preston, Superman Falls

This week, we are very lucky to have our good friend John Preston, who not only talks a little politics with us, but also gets real personal about his new album and its first single, Superman Falls, a song dedicated to the memory of his brother, a veteran and police officer who committed suicide. This is one powerful interview.

John Preston is a Pacific Records recording artist and full-time firefighter. Preston was a Marine Corps field wireman from 2000 to 2004 achieving the rank of Sergeant in his 4 years of service and with Second Battalion Seventh Marines (2/7) served as a mission squad leader for 2/7 H&S running over 100 combat missions while in theater. He has shared his work with us in the past, and we have always enjoyed sharing John's work

Get John's new album on iTunes, and sort his collaborative effort Battle Cry: Songs of America's Heroes, featuring singles donated by veteran artists, on sale now. 

Then, Gene brings up his first grievance with the Trump administration - the firing of Asst. US Attorney Preet Bharara.  Has Gene gone full RINO?  Listen as he airs his complaints and how he believes Trump may have just created the Democrats' latest matinee idol.

It's a packed show - tune in!

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

ICYMI: politics- lies & wiretaps

This week, Behind Enemy Lines delves deep into a lot of BIG topics. First, Gene explains how to prepare someone for answering questions under oath and how Attorney General Jeff Sessions was not only truth in answering questions during his confirmation hearing, but how he has legally and ethically gone above and beyond the call of the legal profession in his response to the faux outrage over his testimony about his interaction with Russian government officials.

Gene then goes through what we know about the growing wiretapping controversy involving allegations by President Trump against then-President Obama wiretapping Trump Tower.

And at the end of the show, Gene brings back Buffoon of the Week!  Can you guess who won that dubious distinction?  Tune in to find out!

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

ICYMI: Trump's War On The Media

It's time to go Behind Enemy (Head)Lines to discuss the escalation of hostilities between the Trump Administration and the mainstream media.  Who started it? Who escalated it? Did the Trump Administration waste political capital in fighting too many small battles? What is the motivation for the media to take down Trump? Dan Gainor from Media Research Center / NewsBusters has some answers for us.

Plus, we take a look at the litany of fake news stories that the media has conjured up against Trump since election day. Is this an organized effort? Or is it general incompetence?

All that, and Gene predicts the outcome of the 9th Circuit's (forthcoming) decision on the travel ban.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Make SCOTUS Great Again!

SCOTUS, President Trump, Behind Enemy Lines Radio
Behind Enemy Lines delves deeply into President Trump's nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch. What is his background? What does he believe in? What is his judicial philosophy? All this, plus we examine the political battle setting up in the Senate over his confirmation.

Then, Tea Party Patriots President and co-founder Jenny Beth Martin compares and contrasts the protests against President Trump and the tea party movement, and how the tea party movement sprang to protest liberal policies, while the recent protests are clearly aimed at the President himself, rather than any concrete policy. Martin also touches on the qualities of the ideal tea party Supreme Court Justice.

Then, Attorney Cynthia Garrett, Co-President of Families Advocating for Campus Equality (FACE), and Board President of Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE), the devestating impact of "Kangaroo Courts" on college campuses the sprouted out of the Obama Administration's  DOE, and what a Trump administration can do to balance between supporting the rights of the wrongfully accused and encouraging credible reporting of misconduct.

All that, plus Gene is really ticked off by a meme!

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Disgusting Meme LIES About Americans Deaths & Dangers Of Accepting Refugees

Refugee Ban, Terrorism, President Trump
Some of you may have seen a disgusting meme circulating on social media that claims that no Americans - none - have been killed by "citizens" of countries from which President Trump is temporarily banning refugees. This slight-of-hand-fake-news-nonsense is far from true - in fact, thousands of Americans have lost their lives as a result of fighting acts of terrorism, and it neglects to highlight how these countries are either actors of terror or torn by terrorism themselves.

A few points before we begin: this is, by no means, meant to be an exhaustive list. Additionally, multiple state actors have been known to support terrorist groups, so I am sure there is to be an overlap with who is responsible for a certain event. I am also not doing a lot of "deep" research here - this is stuff one can easily find in a Google search. So no state secrets here. Finally, death of Americans is not the only indicator of the danger from terrorism emanating from a given country.

This post is simply meant to debunk the bull this meme is spreading.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

ICYMI: And So It Begins: BEL's First Show Of the Era of Trump

Behind Enemy Lines Radio, Donald Trump, PoliticsThis week, Behind Enemy Lines takes a look at the first few days of the Trump administration - some
good, some bad and some ridiculousness!

Gene discusses the faux controversy over the attendance of President Trump's inauguration, the message Trump's re-commitment to the Keystone Pipeline sends to the nation and why the Women's March was a good and a bad thing. There's even a quick discussion of how the left's love of postmodernism led to the emergence of President Trump.

Check it out!

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