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Get my take: Hear this unique analysis on America’s first national debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
And listen to this exclusive interview with special guest Abraham Katsman, an American attorney, consultant and a political writer living in Jerusalem, Israel.
You do not want to miss this analysis on a Trump presidency verses a Clinton one as we discuss the shared national security crises facing the United States and America’s most important strategic ally, Israel and which candidate is in the best position, as well as the most superbly advised, to move America in a safe, secure, and prosperous direction.
Consider concerns regarding Clinton’s embrace of Iran in light of Iran’s constant violations of the Iran deal and the dangerously confrontational Iranian navy as well as Iranian Revolutionary Guard vessels, seven Iranian fast boats again harassed an American ship in the Persian Gulf. The USS Navy Firebolt patrol boat was forced to take rapid evasive maneuvers to avoid a collision as one of the Iranian fast boats sped at it head-on.
And find out about FATCA, (the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act). How has FATCA, passed into law without a single Republican vote, drafted and pushed through by Democrats in Congress and signed into law by President Obama, continued to hurt hard-working Americans? See Mr. Katsman article: For Israel-Focused Voters, Republicans have the Stronger Case at http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/For-Israel-focused-voters-Republicans-have-the-stronger-case-467142.
And consider who Civil Rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., might have voted for in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Dr. King was a man who stood for peace and the Judeo-Christian belief that “all men are created equal” as enshrined in the United States Declaration of Independence and the Gettysburg Address, a speech penned by America’s first Republican President, Abraham Lincoln and delivered at Gettysburg, the final resting place of 51,000 men, so many of whom fought and died in the Union stand against slavery.
And consider the Obama-Clinton team have done nothing to end the slave markets today. Indeed, slavery remains alive and well, even advocated and celebrated, in Muslim dominant countries.
Reflect on the issue area raised in this broadcast: Did black Americans once stand with the Republican Party? Since its founding in 1854, the Republican Party was the anti-slavery party while the Democrat Party stood for slavery, secession, segregation and now socialism.