During this episode of the CommDigiNews Hour on Blog Talk Radio, commentator and journalist Stephen Nemo looks at the governments war on Americans dressed in the flag of the War on Poverty — a war started by President Lyndon B. Johnson and, like Vietnam, not won Government top down.
Establishment Republicans join with Democrats to blur the distinctions between the political parties ahead of the midterm elections; Obama intends to emulate his Texas predecessor and it’s not George W. Bush.
And American’s are left looking at the prospect of a third world unsubstaniable entitlement state.
Following this show stay tuned for an encore presentation of Cotto & Co: Speaking wiht Professor Michael Louis Seideman and Critical Conversations: Iowa and the Mid-Term Elections and the economic benefits of off-shore commerce with economic professors Dr. Michael Busler and Dr. James Picht.
CommDigiNews Hour features the writers and editors from Communities Digital News creating conversations with experts from our staff and from government, entertainment, health and more. The goal is always the conversation, the whole conversation supported by the Communities Digital News publication.
Tonights episode The War On Poverty – Nancy Pelosi’s Fish and Loaves Miracle will be followed by encore performance of the Sunday, September 1 showing of Cotto & Co.: Prof. Louis Michael Seidman on Constitutional Disobedience.
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