New Show This Week for Rauch Report


Jason and Terry start out the new year with a bang. Rick Schutte will joined them for “Ask An Attorney.” It all starts at 10am on Talk 107.5.
(You can also listen via streaming audio.)


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December 31st Show


A “Best of” show. Enjoy segments from 2016 with Jim and Terry.
See you next week with Rick Schutte!

 

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Things to Watch in 2017 With Trump


With Donald Trump becoming our next President on January 20th. We list many issues we are keeping an eye on.

  1. Federal Real ID Act – Trump will build a wall in our southern states for protection but the question everybody is asking: how to remove illegal aliens. Enforcing the federal real ID  law will make it very hard for anybody who is not a U.S. citizen to obtain anything. Including a job or financial aid from the federal government. If a person can’t feed themselves, the move to where they can feed themselves. Back across the boarder.
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  3. The U.N. – Trump has said in the pass: “

    The United Nations is not a friend of democracy, it’s not a friend to freedom, it’s not a friend even to the United States of America where, as you know, it has its home, and it is surely not a friend to Israel,” 

    Both houses are very upset with the UN. Don’t be shocked if you see them defunded or even removed from the US.

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  5. The White House Pass Corp – Many news media outlets in the past for a long time have reported “fake” or misleading news stories. When Trump comes in to office, don’t be shocked if many news outlets are refused access to this corp.
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  7. Hillary Clinton Pardon – Remember Clinton did claim she did nothing wrong. If she excepts a pardon from Obama, she claims guilt on the issue the pardon covers. If she refuses it, she could face years of legal battles. We’re keeping an eye on the Clinton Foundation. It’s the one thing nobody is talking about, can’t be covered by a Presidential pardon but is being investigated for fraud in many states.
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  9. Transition of Power – Trump has already made a statement about how poorly this is happening and Obama’s staff are coming out with news regulations daily and refusing to release documents requested to cause Trump people problems. Remember one simple thing: What Obama people have done, Trump people can undo and most likely will.
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  11. Russia – Obama kicking out Russia dignitaries out of the country isn’t a smart thing to do without evidence they have violated laws. Trump seems to have a good relationship with the Russian President and Russia is ignoring Obama and his temper tantrums. Russia is relying on Trump to fix these issues after he takes office.
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  13. Islamic Terrorist – Expect a quick and strong action against them by Trump on their homeland.

 


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Feeling Bad?


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December 24th Show

best-of
A “Best of” show. Enjoy segments from 2016 with Jim, Rick and Terry.
See you in 2017!

 

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Federal Real ID Act

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How will Trump remove illegal invaders? The answer has been around since 2005. It’s called “The Federal Real ID Act.” Requires employees to have this before they can be employed and refuse government aid unless you have it.

The Federal Real ID Act requires documentation that establishes your identity when applying for a Florida Driver License or ID Card. A STAR on your Florida Driver License or Florida ID Card means you are Real ID compliant.

Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act enacted the 9/11 Commission’s recommendation that the Federal Government “set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver’s licenses.” The Act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official purposes licenses and identification cards from states that do not meet these standards. States have made considerable progress in meeting this key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and every state has a more secure driver’s license today than before the passage of the Act.

Read more about this from Homeland Security website


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