Thursday, October 31, 2013
Did HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius throw herself on the floor sufficiently hard to convince you of her sincerity? Experts testify on the upcoming edition of the Sara and Barry Show.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:33 PM
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Author-broadcaster LOWELL PONTE takes aim at the army of “Progressives” who celebrate their 100th birthday this year. This is chapter 2 of this discussion, which ought to leave time for a calm review of Obamacare! Ponte visits with Sara and Barry this evening.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:45 PM
Monday, October 28, 2013
Drama time! No bets are sure ones in politics, but it sure looks like the Democrats have pounded the “Down” button so hard it’s stuck. Might now be a good time for Hillary Clinton to break openly and dramatically with Obama, jump onto the right side of history before the gaps becomes too wide to leap and evade the mounting negativity of Obamacare, etc.?
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:41 PM
10/25-IF THE DEBACLE OF OBAMACARE LEADS TO THE DOWNFALL OF OBAMA, WE, THE LOYAL OPPOSITION, CAN PROMISE ALL WILL BE FORGIVEN!
Why is everybody so damned fearful of getting to the point? Forget your thoughtful stories about things like the “Ten Democratic Senators Now Beginning to Call for a Delay in Obamacare.” We want to know if this mess can get rid of Obama. Professor-writer-scientist-inventor ADRIAN VANCE has the brains and the balls to tell us. The rest of you “commentators” deal like a nudist crossing a barbed-wire fence. Professor Vance visits with Sara and Barry this evening.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:40 PM
Thursday, October 24, 2013
LOWELL PONTE, co-author with Craig Smith, of “The Great Withdrawal”, notes it’s not the 100th anniversary of “The Progressives”, maybe not the Communists, but, if you’re on the left, it’s the next best thing. Ponte visits with Sara and Barry this evening.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:47 PM
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Some people scorn the “moral victory” in sports and politics. Sports doesn’t matter so much. Politics does. Democrat Corey Booker, mayor of Newark, N. J., won the special election to replace the late Senator Lautenberg over Republican STEVE LONEGAN. Lonegan’s surge virtually closed the gap and seized the momentum – until the government shut-down unplugged the Lonegan catch-up. Lonegan visits Sara and Barry this evening to defend the notion that the shut down, not the Democrats, won that race.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:37 PM