The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for May 30th, 2017…

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  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – Dr. Waymon Burke
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:55 AM – WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood

Jared Kushner may be a Russian spy…

May not…

Media speculates as if he definitely is…

McCain condemns…

Booker defends…

OK then.

Could it get worse?


Remember how talk radio listeners and some hosts told you, Trump was the most conservative candidate ever…

Ugh.

Yes, lets debate who will spend more… better.


Awwww….

Something worth thinking about, we can’t rely on them

How much does NATO expect member countries to spend on their own military defense?

NATO guidelines encourage all members to spend 2 percent of their respective country’s GDP on their own military defense, so that each member can defend itself to a certain degree without relying too often on pooled NATO forces and equipment. In 2014, NATO leaders came to an agreement that members who spend under that 2 percent benchmark are to work towards reaching that goal within a decade.

Currently, only the United States, Greece, Great Britain, Estonia and Poland have spent an average of 2 percent of GDP on their own defenses. The United States by far spends the most, with the average being 3.61 percent of GDP. The other countries spend around 1.5 percent or less, with Luxembourg coming in last at merely 0.44 percent of GDP. Iceland spends nothing on defense, but has no armed forces.

Why do some NATO countries spend less of a percentage of GDP on defense than others?

In short, they can’t afford it.

Michael Corgan, an associate professor of international relations at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, argues that health and retirement benefits promised to Europe’s aging population, combined with high taxes, would make it very difficult for such countries to spend much more on defense without enacting policies that would be difficult for their citizens to swallow.

“Virtually no democratically elected government could survive either situation,” Corgan told NBC News.

The U.S., on the other hand, already spends a lot more on defense.


Alt-Left attacker in Portland?

Now the mayor wants a rally cancelled….

Keep in mind, that rally is happening because of the political violence the left has been perpetrating in Portland.


Remember political violence is wrong, usually…

Media portrays the victim as the villain….

Gee, I wonder how this will play out?


Accidental honesty from the folks at CNN…


More race-baiting from AL.com…


People love to see their heroes fall….


Mo Brooks targets immigration abuse, Alabama Political Reporter does what they do…

Some folks in the UK are rethinking their views…


Young people bailing on GOP….

Wonder why?

They are terrible…


Free stuff…


Oh no!

That matters!

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