Saturday, November 22, 2014

Bombs Away in Ferguson

New and 'Improved' Black Panthers!
A grand jury is supposed to announce if Officer Darren Wilson will be indicted after the unfortunate murder of Michael Brown a few months ago. In preparation of this decision, the community of Ferguson is ready to respond with more riots and 'protests.' Gun sales skyrocketed in the last few days.

They're back too
The FBI arrested two New Black Panther members for buying explosives and plotting to detonate them after the grand jury's decision. The decision is supposed to be announced this Sunday, November 23.

Apparently the Ku Klux Klan is supposed to show up in protest as well as the New Black Panther Party. These groups obviously do not intend to exercise their peaceful protest rights, but to bring havoc and chaos to Ferguson. Michael Brown's father asked the public to remain peaceful, but I think that's too little too late.

Anonymous released a video threatening the KKK and the police department in Ferguson.

It's going to be war out there.

Click below to see the frightening video.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Thur 8pm - The Vito and Vito Show - A Dangerous Precedent Has Been Set

8pm LIVE during Obama's Executive Amnesty Speech!
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Emperor, I mean President, Obama is announcing his executive amnesty during our show! Joy!

The President's Executive Amnesty is an act of lawlessness, scary and set's bad precedent for future President's.

Can President Obama do this?

Vito and Vito discuss the legal, political and social consequences of such an action....and what this means for the future of the Republic.

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Thur 8pm - The Vito and Vito Show - Author Elgin Hushbeck Jr. "What Is Wrong With Social Justice?"

Vito and Vito are joined by author Elgin Hushbeck Jr. He has written popular books such as "What Is Wrong With Social Justice?", "Preserving Democracy" "Christianity and Secularism" and "Evidence For The Bible".
Elgin Hushbeck Jr.

Hushbeck Jr. is an engineer, small business owner and an Evangelical Christian for over 30 years after being an atheist.

Vito and Vito also spoke at an event in New York City last night hosted by the New York Indie Republicans. We'll discuss what we spoke about and much more!

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Sunday, November 9, 2014

Liberal Court Ruined The Right To Private Contracts

 This was a midterm paper for Vito at Brooklyn College this semester.

The landmark Supreme Court cases West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish and Lawrence v. Texas were both incorrectly decided. The West Coast Hotel case overruled Adkins v. Children's Hospital and ended the Lochner era. This court case ruled minimum wage is constitutional on the grounds that, like in Muller v. Oregon, private contracts can be regulated by the state because it protected the community, health and safety, and vulnerable groups. Muller v Oregon allowed regulation of women's work hours. Lawrence v. Texas ruled sodomy laws were unconstitutional based on the Fourteenth Amendment. The Renhnquist court was wrong for using the Fourteenth Amendment, because due process does not protect against states' sodomy laws. This is a situation that should be left up to the states because of the Tenth Amendment.

The Hughes court did not do well on this case. West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish's decision was based on Muller v. Oregon's precedent. The problem is Muller v. Oregon's decision is greatly flawed. Muller v. Oregon's decision is based on the state limiting the right to private contract based on "protection of the community, health and safety, and vulnerable groups." Where in the United States Constitution does it say this? The same thing with the Second Amendment, it specifically states "shall not infringe", yet people insist on restricting the right. How can you have private contracts if the government says who you can have that contract with? This right to privately contract is tied in with your right to liberty.            
The court ruled that regulating women's work hours is "protecting vulnerable groups." Well, today we know that women are equal to men and do not need to be protected because it "helps the community." Women are not a vulnerable group. Also, nowhere in the Constitution does it say those words. The Constitution was not created to protect the collective, but to protect individuals and the minority.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Thur 8pm - The Vito and Vito Show - It's A Celebration!

#Decision2014 Post-Game!
Vito and Vito, after an epic Election Day coverage with WAAR Media, discuss all the results across America.

The GOP gained seats in the House, Governorship, and flipped the Senate! Alaska and Oregon will also legalize recreational  marijuana.

What does this all mean for the Democrats, Republicans, President Obama, and America?

Find out more tonight! It's time to celebrate!

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

#WAARMedia Live Election Day Coverage: #Decision2014

#WAARMedia Covering #Decision2014
All day, from opening of polls until well after close, #WAARMedia, including #VitoandVito, will be covering #Decision2014 in America. Follow all of #WAARMedia on Twitter and Facebook for constant, non-stop updates and everything you need to know on Election Day.

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This Tuesday, November 4, 2014, many U.S. citizens will have to make a decision that will impact the United States in great measures. For the GOP to flip the Senate, we need to win 6 seats. We dive into detail with many races across the U.S. but we wrote a few articles specifically talking about North Carolina's race between Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis, Colorado's race between Mark Udall and Cory Gardner, and Georgia's race between Michelle Nunn and David Perdue. These races are extremely tight and may decide which party controls the Senate.

Here are all the important races across America today:

Monday, November 3, 2014

Decision 2014: Inside the Colorado Senate Race

Rep. Cory Gardner (R)
One of the few states that could determine which party controls the Senate is Colorado. A democrat stronghold in Colorado since Obama took office in 2009, Senator Mark Udall is now facing a tough re-election campaign against Republican challenger Cory Gardner.

Colorado has a large growing Hispanic and young population. If Gardner, who is leading the polls at the moment, pulls out a win, it shows a campaign that outlines how the GOP could be able to continue to win races in the future of America. The future is filled with more Hispanics and the youth, two demographics Republicans have struggled to win over, but may do so in Colorado. Doing so may consequently win over the Senate.

Senator Mark Udall (D)

Many have said Cory Gardner is one of the best candidates in the country, giving Udall a tough fight this election season. Cory represents Colorado's 4th Congressional District. He defeated Democrat incumbent Betsy Markey in 2010 and is looking to defeat another strong Democrat incumbent. In the House, Gardner is on the House Education Committee, House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and the Legislative Council.

Mark Udall previously represented Colorado's 2nd Congressional District from 1999 until becoming Senator in 2009. He is the son of former Congressman Morris Udall and is related to politicians Tom Udall and Mike Lee. In the Senate, Udall serves in the Committee on Armed Services and Committee of Energy and Natural Resources and is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and of the Subcommittee on National Parks.

My prediction and all the issues are below.