CNN Trump Steve Bannon Media Immigration Nukes

In case you missed my appearance on CNN and CNN International with host John Vause to talk about Steve Bannon calling the media the “opposition party”, President Trump‘s statement about nukes, and the administration wanting the “destruction of the administrative state”

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Here are a couple of short clips:

And the full segment from the first hour on CNN International with additional panelist Mo Kelly

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i24News Crossroads – Jew Hatred Rises in USA

Yesterday I joined David Shuster and Michelle Makori on i24 News Television to discuss the increasing anti-Semitism, which I call Jew Hatred, here in the USA. Further, has President Trump properly addressed the issue?

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FNC Happening Now Media and Trump

Today I joined host Jon Scott on Fox News Channel Happening Now to discuss Sean Hannity‘s attack on the media last night. Is the media ignoring the red states and unfairly handling President Trump? I share my thoughts here and share your thoughts with me below.

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CNN International Trump Travel Ban And Sweden

In case you missed my appearance on CNN International to talk about President Trump’s move on the Travel Ban and his baffling statement on Sweden last night, here it is! Also, it was a pleasure to join guest host Sara Sidner for the first time alongside California Republican Committeeman, Shawn Steel.

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Here is the hour 1 segment:

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And here is the hour 2 segment:

CNN Trump Press Conference Russia Jews

In case you missed my appearance on CNN and CNN International to talk about the baffling press conference that President Trump gave on Thursday, here it is! Also, it was a pleasure to join host Michael Holmes for the first time, Dylan Byers, and fellow talk radio host at sister station TalkRadio 790 KABC,  John Phillips!

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Here are a couple of short clips:

And a longer clip of the segment :

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Nearly Perfect Sandwich Bread – Low Carb, Gluten Free

Sandwich Bread Sliced

Introduction

As you’ve seen my previous recipes with cheesy, herb bread and banana bread, we like bread. But we don’t like the high carbs and high glycemic index of most breads. Yet we love sandwiches.

So, here is a nearly perfect sandwich bread! Very low carb, ketogenic (fires up your metabolism), gluten free, and dairy free!

And finally a balance between savory and sweet that both my wife and kids enjoy.

You’ll need measuring cups, measuring spoons, a mixer, a little parchment paper, and a bread pan, in addition to the ingredients.

This recipe makes about 14 slices (give or take depending on how thick you slice) of sandwich bread and takes about an hour to make.

Ingredients

Directions

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.Then mix the dry ingredients plus the eggs in a countertop mixer (like my KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, White from Amazon). Warm the coconut oil for a minute in the microwave until melted. Then mix in the oils.I like to mix a minute or two at high speed to let the eggs rise as much as they can to lighten the mixture. Pour into a bread pan with parchment paper for lining. Bake for 45 minutes or until brown. Remove from the oven, place on a cooling rack, and give it 15 minutes to cool before slicing!

With this sandwich bread, prepare yourself for a much more fulfilling, satisfying, and guilt-free sandwich experience!

Sandwich Bread Out of Oven

Nutrition Info

From MyFitnessPal:

Ingredients Calories Carbs Fat Protein Sodium Sugar
Whey Protein unflavored, undenatured 500 6 8 100 220 6
Steam Blanched Almond Flour 826 27 74 31 28 7
Coconut flour 75 11 3 3 35 1
Organic Golden Flax Meal 168 8 8 5 0 0
Chia Powder Organic – Chia Powder 9 1 0 0 0 0
Baking Soda 0 0 0 0 640 0
Baking Powder 0 0 0 0 200 0
Sea Salt Flakes 0 0 0 0 580 0
Dolcedi low glycemic sweetener 72 18 0 0 0 17
Pasture-raised Organic Large Eggs 420 0 30 36 420 0
Left Coast Performance – 100% Pure Mct Oil 126 0 14 0 0 0
Coconut Oil Virgin 360 0 42 0 0 0
Total: 2,556 71 179 175 2,123 31
Per Serving: 183 5 13 13 152 2

Sandwich Bread End View

Ninth Circuit Keeps Trump Travel Ban On Hold

Ninth Circuit Keeps Trump Travel Ban On Hold

The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the Trump Administration’s motion to stay the temporary restraining order on President Trump’s Executive Order Travel Ban. The Ban’s full title is “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.

Supporters of President Trump (and the President himself) will attempt to paint the ruling as a purely political decision. Further, some will claim that this ruling means Constitutional rights apply to all people, not just U.S. citizens.

Balderdash.

First, the court clearly defines who receives due process rights based on precedent. They include permanent residents, previously admitted aliens who are temporarily abroad now or who wish to travel and return to the United States, and aliens who are in the United States unlawfully (p. 23 ¶ 3.) That last one will upset some people but it is precedent from Zadyydas v. Davis.

That first point means the President’s team did a poor job writing the Executive Order, per the court ruling. They could have stopped all visa issuance for those seven countries, but because the order didn’t carve out exceptions for the three categories above, the order didn’t meet Constitutional requirements.

Second, this ruling never even got to the question of national security and the President’s “good cause” ability to circumvent certain rules. It failed before even getting there.

Third, for those who think the Constitution is a static document and exists only in a vacuum as it was originally written, you don’t understand how the law works. We start with the Constitution which is a framework, then the legislature writes laws that extending how our country functions, and then courts hand down rulings determining the validity of those laws while interpreting and applying the facts of cases setting precedent. That is an exceptionally simplistic description of how it works.

So, just because you read the Constitution and think you know exactly what it says, you don’t. Have you read all the U.S. Supreme Court cases that give you an idea of how it all actually works? If not, then you are mistaken.

Fear not, our system works. If you are happy with today’s decision, then it works well. If you are mad about today’s decision, ask President Trump to have his team rewrite the Executive Order so it can withstand the court challenges. And if you don’t like how the system works, vote and ask for change.

But most of all, it is not the end of the world today. Our Constitutional system is reasonably intact while our broken duopoly of a political setup continues to duke it out in Washington D.C.

CNN Trump Lies Elizabeth Warren Silenced

CNN Trump Lies Elizabeth Warren Silenced

I joined host John Vause on CNN & CNN International‘s Newsroom L.A. alongside Lanhee Chen to discuss:
1. General Kelly (Secretary of DHS) taking the fall for the Travel Ban problems
2. President Trump lying about murder rates
3. Kellyanne Conway covering for President Trump’s lies
4. Senator Elizabeth Warren silenced in the Senate for criticizing AG nominee Senator Jeff Sessions

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Shockingly Delicious Low Carb, Gluten Free, Banana Bread

Shockingly Delicious Low Carb, Gluten Free, Banana Bread

Introduction

In my house, we are trying to eliminate bread. You’ve seen my cheesy, savory, herb bread. But, my kids prefer something a little sweeter.

Not to disappoint, here is a very healthy, reduced carb, gluten free, banana bread!

My kids love it just plain, with a little butter, or made into a whole sandwich with meat and cheese, or whatever you normally put on a sandwich. Because there is no added sugar, the only sugar and the vast majority of the carbs come from the bananas themselves. So, for better fiber, prebiotic, and lower carb, go with a greener banana. I like to use two on the greener side and one on the riper side.

This is definitely not a dairy-free recipe, so those who are vegan or have a dairy allergy, you’ll need to use all almond flour and add a 1/3 cup coconut oil in place of the butter. I have tested it that way and it is delicious, too!

You’ll need measuring cups, measuring spoons, a mixer, and a bread pan, in addition to the ingredients.

This recipe makes about 20 slices of banana bread and takes about an hour to make.

Ingredients

Directions

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.Then mix the dry ingredients plus the eggs in a countertop mixer (like my KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, White from Amazon). Warm the coconut oil and butter for a minute or two in the microwave until melted. Then mix in the oil and butter. Pour into a bread pan with parchment paper for lining. Bake for 50-55 minutes or until brown. Remove from the oven, place on a cooling rack, and give it 10 minutes to cool before slicing!

Nutrition Info

From MyFitnessPal:

NOTE: The greener the banana, the lower the sugar count. I use 2 on the green side and one ripe, so my banana bread is actually lower carb than this generic sugar/carb count on bananas.

Ingredients Calories Carbs Fat Protein Sodium Sugar
Fruit – Banana (Medium), 3 banana (118 g – 7″-8″) 315 80 2 4 3 42
Tgs Whey Protein – Whey Protein Unflavored, 2 Scoop 250 3 4 50 110 3
Anthony’s – Blanched Almond Flour, Certified Gluten-free, 3.5 ounce 585 19 53 22 20 5
Swerve – Sugar Replacement, 16 Teaspoon 0 0 0 0 0 0
No Name – Baking Powder, 0.5 tsp (1g) 0 0 0 0 200 0
Trader Joe’s – Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 0.5 cup(s) 960 0 112 0 0 0
Organic Valley – Organic Pasture Butter, 4 Tbsp (14g) 440 0 48 0 140 0
Walnuts – Walnuts (Raw), 4 oz 800 12 76 20 0 0
Eb Organic Egg – Large – Egg, 4 egg 240 0 20 24 280 0
Generic – Organic Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp 10 0 0 0 0 0
Total: 3,600 114 315 120 753 50
Per Serving: 180 6 16 6 38 3

FNC Happening Now – Repair or Replace ObamaCare

Push to repeal, replace ObamaCare turning into adjust, wait?

Ian Prior, communications director for American Crossroads, and Ethan Bearman, radio talk show host, join the debate

Thank you to Fox News Channel for having me back on Happening Now with host Jon Scott to discuss the state of the Republicans and their approach to health care. My fellow panelist is Ian Prior communications director for American Crossroads to defend the Republican approach.

Is it going to be repair or replace the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)? Senators Lamar Alexander and Orrin Hatch seem to be leaning toward repair.

I argue that nobody is addressing the core issues at hand such as patient/doctor relationships, food, and exercise.

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