Sat March 27, 2010: Greg Scandlen on the Immediate Impact of Health Care Reform & Tony Quinn on a win-win paradigm for Republicans and Latino Voters


March 27, 2010: Join me on the air live, Saturday at 10 to 11 AM, PT and Now You can Moonlight with Martha on Saturday Night, from 8 to 11 PM, right here on CRN Digital Talk Radio

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Greg Scandlen, senior fellow of The Heartland Institute and founder and Director of Consumers for Health Care Choices, a non-partisan, non-profit membership organization aimed at empowering consumers in the health care system, joins us to talk about the immediate impact of the epic Health Care Bill, what the insurance companies and the health care industry in general are scrambling to digest, and comply with, and what that means to consumers, employees and employers.

Tony Quinn, an editor with California Target Book, an authority on California political trends and demographics, wrote a scathing piece on Steve Poizner, accusing him of resorting to race baiting, and immigrant bashing, to try to save his failing campaign for Governor.

While the center-right watches in horror as the Left muscles through a monumental, epic transformation of our Nation’s health care system and economy, many on the right fail to see their own suicidal march as they bare down on their position, rhetoric and message, implying all Hispanic immigrants who are illegally here are the same, and want the same thing, welfare, ignoring the fact that many flee the tyranny of the Left in their countries, many are entrepreneurs, as is the history of our Country, and many share the values an principles of the Center-right.

Republicans cannot win a national election without courting this demographic group, and mining at least 43 to 45% of Latino voters who share their aspirations to live free, be entrepreneurs, be self reliant and to prosper. In California, a Republican cannot win a statewide election without winning this percentage of the Latino vote.

Yet some Republican candidates continue to act as if this were merely a matter of opinion, much to their own demise, and, to the disastrous misfortune of all of us, who desperately want to unseat the Left which is firmly in power. They’re stuck in a paradigm that has no possibility and is a self-inflicted self-destruction, a self destructive fallacy.

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Greg Scandlen on Crunch Time in Congress on Your Health Care & Eric Singer on Congress Created Mortage/Credit Crisis Redux: Saturday Oct 10, 2009



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On the program, Richard Rider, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association 2009 Taxpayer Hero of the Year, talks about the new-hot-off-the-presses study commissioned by the San Diego Taxpayers Association, which shows City Pension Costs Linked to Higher Taxes.

Greg Scandlen, Founder and Director of Consumers for Health Care Choices, an expert on Health Care policy, joins us to talk about Crunch Time in Congress: The Senate Finance Committee will be voting on its bill next week, then Harry Reid and the White House will cobble together a merger of the two Senate committee bills and take it to the floor. House leadership is already working on a bill to take to the floor and will probably have a vote in the next two weeks. Whatever else they do, it will certainly include:

* A mandate that you must buy health insurance and be fined or even jailed if you fail to comply.
* A major increase in the deficit to pay for all the new subsidies and bureaucracies.
* Rationing of services as determined by a federal committee.
* Increased taxes on everyone involved in health care.
* More regulation of doctors and hospitals.

Eric Singer
of “Congressional Effect Fund” talks with us about Congress’s plan to reenergize the the Community Reinvestment Act–the same act that brought us the housing market bubble, and credit market meltdown. It promises to usher in the next mortgage and credit crisis in the name of “helping to stimulate” the economy. With the Government buying up mortgages how do we really know the value of the market or how it’s doing?

The lines are open. I hope you put us on your calendar, tune in, give us a call, and join us for hot talk radio, Saturday at 10AM PT, one fast hour on CRN, Channel 1

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The Nobility of the Human Spirit & the Power of Freedom, and Your Health Care and the Power to Choose: Sat. June 20, 2009

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This Saturday, Thor Halvorssen, human rights advocate, film producer and pro-democracy advocate, he founded the Human Rights Foundation in the spring of 2005. The New York Times described Halvorssen in an August 2007 profile as a maverick “who champions the underdog and the powerless.” He’ll talk with us about the recent Oslo Freedom Forum, and we’ll ask him about Iran and his home country, Venezuela.
Greg Scandlen, Founder and Director of Consumers for Health Care Choices on Obama’s Health Care plan and you. What’s the plan? What will it cost? What would it mean for quality and availability? Would we have a choice? Join us for hot talk Saturday at 11 PDT