Ross Kaminsky

After years as a self-employed trader and investor, Ross is now the host of “The Ross Kaminsky Show” on Denver’s TalkRadio 630 KHOW, weekday mornings from 6 AM to 10 AM. He’s a senior fellow of the Heartland Institute and an Objectivist/libertarian so you can’t offend him by saying he’s not sufficiently conservative. You can reach Ross by e-mail at rossputin(at)rossputin(dot)com.

The Only Thing It Needs

 

Sometimes Democrats say things that, unbeknownst to them, demonstrate the fundamental nature of their tyrannical beliefs far more clearly than they ever could, or would, when asked a direct question about their political philosophy. On Wednesday, Senator Chuck “Don’t get between me and a TV camera” Schumer observed that Republicans must not be proud of […]

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DNC Democrats in Disarray

 

President Trump trolled Perez in a Saturday afternoon tweet: “Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC. I could not be happier for him, or for the Republican Party!”

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It’s Not the Same Game: Donald Trump and the Atlanta Falcons

 

The Atlanta Falcons got to the most important place a football team can ever reach, into the Super Bowl. They took a lead that surprised almost everyone in the United States, including many Falcons fans, against a New England Patriots team that has been a dominant force for years and is led by two people […]

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Economic Ignorance Is No Excuse, Sean

 

As a radio talk show host, I’m used to hearing from my listeners, in addition to well-reasoned insights about news and issues of the day, occasional outbursts of misinformation and cult-like self-delusion. From 9/11 “truthers” and those who think that it’s possible nobody was killed at Sandy Hook, to anti-vaxers and gullible GMO-fearing soccer moms, […]

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Today’s Blood Libel: A Democrat Specialty

 

The modern political equivalent of “blood libel” is the incessant claim — sometimes by people ignorant enough to say it explicitly and sometimes by people too cowardly to say what they mean, instead resorting to cheap innuendo while slaying quivering white straw men — that Republicans are irredeemably racist. The caricature, no better than virulently […]

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Trump Election Saves Us From the Evil Party

 

Those of us who have spent too much time following the so-called achievements of our elected “public servants,” especially at the federal level, are sadly aware of the adage popularized by M. Stanton Evans that “We have two parties here…. One is the evil party and the other is the stupid party.” Evans, who passed […]

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Now That’s Keeping Your Eye on the Ball

 

Having been a little rough on President-elect Trump yesterday for tweeting about flag burning and stepping on his own positive message and laudable presidential transition progress, I’m glad to report that Mr. Trump’s next 24 hours of Twitter activity showed him keeping his eye on the ball. On Tuesday night, roughly simultaneously with the New […]

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Mr. President-Elect, Please Keep Your Eye on the Ball

 

The most common response I get from Trump supporters in my radio audience when I react negatively to his words is “You’re taking him too literally.” My first question this morning, like much of the rest of that part of the American public who don’t live neck deep in “fake news,” was: What part of […]

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Want to feel optimistic about America? Listen to my interview with Steve Moore.

 

Ross talks to Donald Trump’s senior economic advisor, Steve Moore It’s a conversation that will leave you incredibly optimistic about our economy…and more than that, about our nation perhaps returning to the sort of flourishing that today’s young adults have really never experienced.

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Goodbye, Gwen

 

Gwen Ifill, co-host of PBS NewsHour and exceptionally accomplished journalist, passed away today at the age of 61. I only met Gwen Ifill once, when she and her team invited me to participate in a nationally televised PBS special on “America After Ferguson.” I was the sole right-of-center person on the “panel” which I found […]

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