U.S. Air Force Veteran and Rape Survivor Kyung Jones Shares Her Emotional Story and Explains Why She Supports Donald Trump
By Neil A. Carousso
Kyung "Grace" Jones was sexually assaulted by her father at 18-years-old, and recently, alleges was drugged and raped at a Texas bar. A strong-willed American patriot, Grace is determined to get justice and help other sexual assault and rape victims through personal mentoring and Congressional legislation.
On episode 59 of "The Neil A. Carousso Show Podcast," Grace chats with this host for an emotional interview.
She is a Korean-American United States Air Force Veteran who bravely fought for our country for 9 years, protecting our nation's security, freedom and core American values.
Grace discusses how she overcame her adversity, her inspiration to other sexual assault victims, sexual assault legislation, veterans health, the U.S. Military, and why she vehemently supports President Donald Trump and the Commander-In-Chief's policies.
Listen to the roughly hour-long interview, part of the 59th episode of "The Neil A. Carousso Show Podcast," by clicking the "play" button on the embedded SoundCloud player above.
"The Neil A. Carousso Show Podcast" is recorded and uploaded weekdays. One can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and listen on this site. Featured Image from Kyung Jones's Instagram page.
American Anarchists: Army Veteran Believes People Should be Arrested for Burning the American Flag
By Neil A. Carousso
There is an uprising of violent riots, protesting conservatives and President Donald J. Trump's policies. Oftentimes, anarchists set fire to the American flag and show utter disrespect for the United States of America.
While clearly abhorrent, flag burning has been debated in the court system since 1907 with the Supreme Court of the United States ruling in 1989 that flag burning is protected under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
On Wednesday's episode of "The Neil A. Carousso Show Podcast," when asked about the rioting taking place across the nation, U.S. Army Veteran Rance Mangum expressed his anger when people burn the American flag that is the symbol of our freedom and our nation's sovereignty for which people like Rance fought to uphold and protect.
"It doesn't do nothing. What does it represent for burning our flag? What does it do?," remarked Mangum who dedicated his life to service between the military and service positions as an EMT and others. "When that flag flies high, our spirits and our morals are high, our values are high. It represents the United States."
Mangum told this reporter that people who burn and step on the American flag should be arrested.
President Trump has brought the issue of flag burning to light on the campaign trail and during the transition period on Twitter and in interviews, making his position clear that people who burn the American flag should face "consequences."
The Chief Executive enthused a wave of nationalist voters who feel pride in the country they call home. President Trump tapped into the demoralization of people who felt left-behind by globalist policies.
"You hear a lot of talk about how we're becoming a globalized world," then, President-elect Trump started in during a "Thank You Tour" rally. "There is no global anthem, no global currency, no certificate of global citizenship. We pledge allegiance to one flag and that flag is the American flag," Trump exclaimed.
To give back to those who serve for our nation's freedom and our personal safety, contact us and we will ensure your time or donation of any sort goes directly to a U.S. veteran. Listen to Episode 4 for more information. "The Neil A. Carousso Show Podcast" is available on iTunes. It is recorded Mondays-Fridays.
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Getting Real on Immigration with a Retired Federal INS Agent
By Neil A. Carousso
Michael Cutler is a retired federal agent with the Immigration and Naturalization Service and a senior fellow at Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS). Basia and this host discuss legal and illegal immigration from a common sense perspective with Mr. Cutler, a Democrat from Brooklyn who is a descendant of Russian immigrants.
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Independence Day 2: Donald Trump Elected President Against All Odds, Vows to Return Power to the American People
By Neil A. Carousso
In an unprecedented upset, Republican nominee, businessman Donald J. Trump won the 2016 presidential election, his first political campaign, over Hillary Clinton, being elected the 45th President of the United States of America by the American voters.
Most political pundits didn't give Mr. Trump a chance to win in the primaries in which he had to overcome 16 GOP candidates in a hard-fought, contentious campaign in which Trump tapped into the anti-establishment wave with a successful nationalist, populist message of making America strong, safe, wealthy and great again. Trump was given little to no chance to defeat Mrs. Clinton in the general election, but the real estate mogul did so decidedly with a "silent majority" of enthusiastic Trump supporters, who voted to "take back our country" from a big government, political establishment which has teetered on corruption optics.
The President-elect received big wins in swing states such as Florida, North Carolina and Ohio. Trump shockingly won traditional blue states Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and was competitive in Michigan, which is still too close to call as of Wednesday afternoon. Trump also won in Maine's 2nd congressional district, Utah, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina and Vice President-elect Mike Pence's home state of Indiana. Alaska's 3 electoral votes, announced in the 3 AM ET hour, put the Trump/Pence Republican ticket over the top to clinch the presidency with the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win.
This reporter covered election night outside Mr. Trump's election headquarters at the New York Hilton Midtown, surrounded by enthusiastic Trump supporters of all races, ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds. As the night progressed and states like Florida, Ohio and North Carolina were called, Trump supporters cheered with hope for the non-establishment candidate, given little to no shot of defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton. The live reports are below, in a playlist, including interviews with supporters and the group "Blacks for Trump," discussing substantive issues and their reasons for supporting the political outsider from Queens, and capturing the surreal atmosphere in the heart of New York City.
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EXCLUSIVE: Congressman Peter King on Donald Trump "He says things with no filter."
By Neil A. Carousso
Representative Peter King (R-NY) in an exclusive with Neil A. Carousso and Dr. Gregory Beroza, part of a longer interview for WRHU's Morning Wake-Up Call Special Live from the Belmont Stakes, discusses the presidential campaign and comments on his recent phone call with GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump.
Trump called him in which they discussed issues pertaining to the general election campaign against Democrat presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton, according to Rep. King. This phone call was prior to the start of a firestorm when Trump referred to Judge Gonzalo Curiel's Mexican heritage in explaining how Curiel may be biased in the Trump University case.
"I don't believe he's a racist or bigot," King said. "He says things with no filter."
King originally endorsed Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) for president. The New York representative voted for Governor John Kasich (R-OH) in his home state's primary on April 19 since Rubio had dropped out after losing the Florida primary on March 15. King, in the interview, says he is now endorsing and supporting Republican nominee Trump.
Featured image courtesy of Politico.
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