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Wayne Allyn Root Talks About Rush Limbaugh, Twitter Censorship and Politics In America

Conservative Radio Talk Show Host Pays Homage To Rush Limbaugh and Talks Twitter Censorship and Politics In America Today

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Conservative talk show host Wayne Allyn Root has been called the Trump of Las Vegas. He is known as the king of Las Vegas sports gambling. His latest book, Trump Rules: The Winner’s Guide To Business & Personal Success, is a #1 national bestseller.

He is one of the smartest political pundits in America today, and a big supporter of President Trump. He was recently banned by Twitter for life, in a blatant act of political censorship, for daring to point out that there has been some video evidence of irregularities in Detroit, Michigan during the 2020 Presidential election. Root is concerned that the left is going to ratchet up its attacks on mainstream conservatives, and is sounding the alarm over this.

He also pays homage to the late, great Rush Limbaugh, a champion of freedom and the most important figure in the conservative movement of the last 33 years. And he delivers it all in his trademark high energy style.

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Legitimate Refugees: A Global Approach is Needed

We cannot open our doors to every refugee on earth, nor can any one nation

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It’s evident when you add it all up – serfdom, indentured servitude, slavery, the Holocaust, genocide, ethnic cleansing, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, dust bowls, pandemics, epidemics, famine, wars, human trafficking and every day skirmishes –  that a significant portion of the population has experienced, or has ancestors who have experienced horrendous times, conditions, or upbringings.

No Break in the Action

As the world proceeds towards eight billion people, en masse, humankind doesn’t seem to be progressing toward a more hallowed state, wherein we learn to share the planet effectively. Ancient rivalries and hatreds, some lasting thousands of years, appear as molten today as they were in antiquity:

Armenians and Turks, Sunnis and Shias, Irish Protestants and Irish Catholics, Albanians and Serbs,  Tutsis and Hutus, Jews and Palestinians, Japanese and Chinese, Indian and Chinese, everybody and Chinese, Indonesians and Malaysians, and Assamese and Bengalis, among dozens of others.

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Currently persecution of Jews is occurring on many levels, particularly in France, but alarmingly in Great Britain, Germany, and other supposedly enlightened nations, largely fomented by extremist Muslims. Muslim attacks on Christians are occurring worldwide. Christians are not the instigators.

The Statute of Limitations

With so many people here and abroad descending from ravaged lineages, how much acknowledgment are surviving members supposed to receive? Is everyone, or anyone, to be entitled because of what occurred 100, 500, or 1000 years ago? What is the expiration date on special status? When does engendering a “protected class” impinge upon the rights of everyone else?

How long should the state be responsible for the income and livelihoods of those who are downtrodden, perhaps legitimately so? Where is the sunset clause that says after so many years of welfare, it’s time to get going on your own?

What about our immigration policies? Socialism, extreme poverty, and corruption in South America and particularly Latin America leads to untold masses who want to escape to America. What do you do with the actual family at the border? Biden has very bad answers.

This is Not Wheel of Forune

Those who, to this day, have experienced indentured servitude or slavery; genocide, earthquakes, other natural disasters; pandemics and epidemics; and man-made hostilities and skirmishes, cannot come to our shores or our southern border en masse, where we will accommodate them in such numbers and with such benefits that our sovereignty will eventually be lost.

In America, we cannot open our doors to every refugee on earth, or even those in our own hemisphere. Nor can any one nation. It is time for a global response and the shared burden of responsibility.

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Greater Simplicity in Your Own Life

To achieve simplicity, notice the subtle line between becoming a master and being a novice

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To achieve greater simplicity in your own life, notice the subtle line between becoming a master and being a novice, and read the trail beyond the readily apparent.

Mastery begins with the basic notion that you’re the captain of your fate. You’re in control. You steer the rudder, pull the lever, flip the switch, call the shots, and have the ability to follow the path that leads to simplicity.

When you master the elements of simplicity, you don’t repeatedly traverse the same undesired trails. You can become like the Bushmen of Namibia who are so adept at reading footprints that they can tell what a leopard did the day before they started following it.

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Perspectives and Perceptions

As you read the following tips on simplicity, keep in mind the perspectives for our increasingly complex world:

Realize the reality of our era. Merely being born in the last 80 years guarantees that you will face a never-ending stream of complexity within your home, on the highway, at work, and everywhere in between. Acknowledging this basic reality is vital to resolution. Sadly, some people won’t attain this level of understanding and blame others, or themselves, for their complex lives. Complexity is no one’s “fault.”

Convert the question. When facing a challenge, employ language that empowers you rather than leaves you in a quandary. Rather than ask, “what can I do?”, ask yourself “what will I do?” Then jot down the answers. You can convert even the generic question, “What can I do about this issue?” into a more powerful inquiry “How will I handle this issue?”

Seek your answer within the problem. Charles Kettering’s approach to problem solving remains unsurpassed. He was a founder of the Sloan-Kettering Institute and a brilliant inventor, perfecting the diesel engine, automobile ignition systems, chrome painting, and dozens of other innovations that transformed the auto industry in the 1920s and ‘30s.

Kettering studied the solutions to problems he or others had already solved and reached the conclusion that solutions lie within the problem.

He noted that solutions were merely a change in perception, since the solution to the problem existed all along, within the problem itself. A problem-solver’s role was not to master a problem, but to make it generate its solution.

Solutions Alongside

So, in your pursuit of simplicity, when you encounter a problem, recognize that your solution likely is right alongside the problem itself.

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