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We painfully learned during the presidency of Barack Obama that ideology matters more than words. And now that the 2016 primary season is coming to a close I think it’s appropriate to start asking the remaining candidates questions about the ideology that guides their decision-making. Barack Obama said a lot of things as a candidate but when it mattered (i.e. executive amnesty, Obamacare, foreign policy) he disregarded what he said and took actions guided by his big –government-knows-best ideology.
Here are three questions for liberal candidates I would like to see answered before the November elections.

Do you believe in the rule of law? This is an important question because liberals tend to give conflicting answers to this question when it involves specific legislative actions. For example, ask many liberals about Obamacare and they’ll insist that “it’s the law of the land” and can’t be ignored, even though it has imposed devastating penalties on millions of Americans in the form of higher premiums and cancelled insurance plans. But ask liberals about current immigration laws, which are being openly violated by millions of illegal immigrants, and liberals will insist that “the immigration laws are broken,” insinuating that this is a permission slip for people who don’t like immigration laws to ignore them. Which is it though? You can’t be consistent and say that you believe in the rule of law if that belief means you only recommend following the laws that comport with your ideology.
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Did you know that Swedes, Danes, and Finns in the United States are more economically productive than Swedes, Danes, and Finns in Sweden, Denmark, and Finland? What, Bernie Sanders never told you that?
I'll tell you this and more in today's podcast.

In this episode, Dan discusses the persistent myth that Scandinavian big-government is a model for the United States to replicate.
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With no hint of irony whatsoever, liberal protestors will scream "stop hate" as they spit on you, attack you, and throw things at you.

Make no mistake, these protestors are the people that hate. They hate economic freedom, free speech, political liberty, and any opposing opinion. And that's a fact. 
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Yes, the irony of "tolerance".
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While the Obama administration continues to release known criminal, illegal-aliens into the population (19,723 to be exact) to prey on innocent Americans, and while homicide remains the number 1 cause of death for black Americans between the ages of 1 and 44, the Obama administration has decided to allocate your scarce tax dollars to programs to help make criminals' lives easier. This is not a joke.

And, doubling down on crazy, the Obama administration has now decided to call criminals "justice-involved-youth," rather than "criminals." The Orwellian nightmare known as the Obama presidency has done severe damage to this country that is going to take years to repair. God help us. 
DOJ Coins New Term for Convicted Criminals: 'Justice-Involved Individuals'
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A life of crime will ensue from "justice challenged individuals". (Not convicts)
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Government doesn't have the answers and the relentless pressure for government to "do something" is misplaced. That pressure would be better applied sometimes to our own individual improvement.

Whenever government does something it means that either:
-you cannot do something, due to a new government regulation,
or
-government will do it for you (likely at a higher cost and with reduced efficiency).

It's way past the time to put Americans back in charge of their own lives and to give them back ownership over their efforts, education, and healthcare. It's time to take the country's hearts and minds back.
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Please, if you care about this election, and the future of the country, take a couple of minutes to listen to my podcast today. We are walking rapidly down a treacherous path and we owe it to ourselves to stop for a moment and look around.
In this episode, Dan discusses our broken political parties and the critical mistake they are making with working class Americans.
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Dammit Dan..... Why can't you commit for Donald J. Trump for President Sir? Respectfully
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When the ups and downs of politics begin to take a toll on you I ask you to remember the wise words of a retired military officer I spent time with recently. He said to me: "neither Jesus, nor his apostles ran for a position on the Sanhedrin."
Remember that, and your fight is clear regardless of those who seek political power. 
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Yep liberals, keep telling us how much President Obama cares about us all. He cares so much that he is ignoring the advice of nearly the entire, non-politicized, national security infrastructure on the Syrian refugee issue.

Security experts are warning him that they CANNOT effectively screen Syrian refugees for terror ties and, instead of changing course, President Obama wants the timeline sped up and the refugees admitted sooner. This guy is absolutely incredible. The damage he has caused is incalculable. November cannot come soon enough.
An Obama administration plan to resettle a greater number of foreign refugees in the United States by expediting the screening process is drawing concern from Capitol Hill, where lawmakers are warnin
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I’m not wealthy. I do okay, but by no reasonable economic definition am I “wealthy.” Even while running for the U.S. Senate and spending a lot of time in wealthy enclaves, I was always more comfortable hanging out with the people working the event rather than those attending. This isn’t a cheap shot at wealthy folks; it’s simply a byproduct of my upbringing. I also do not live my life worrying about what wealthy Americans are doing with their money and assets. As long as what they are doing with their money isn’t in violation of any law, I really don’t care a bit about what they do with it.

Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for the far-left and their political leaders. They have this insatiable appetite for class-warfare which manifests itself in an unhealthy obsession with wealthy Americans. Now, I could spend the rest of this piece regurgitating statistics which conclusively show that wealthy Americans are financing the majority of the country’s tax revenue stream, but experience has shown me that this is a futile exercise. Liberals who have pledged their undying allegiance to the faux-class-warfare struggle are completely immune to facts and data. Regardless of the percentage of the tax load paid by wealthy Americans, the liberal response will remain: “They should pay their fair-share.”
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Even liberals cannot define what they mean by “fair share.”
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Well with your background and mine we're more happy hanging out with our own. on business and politics there are so many phoney people and users.
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I am often asked, “Why are liberals doing this?” The “this” changes with each new legislative assault on our liberties. The latest far-left priority I’ve been inundated with questions on is their bizarre quest to allow biological males into women’s restrooms and vice versa. It’s critically important to understand the motivations behind the activist Left’s push for these “bathroom bills” because the strategy they are using to achieve their goals are wash, rinse, and repeat. They have recycled this game plan again and again and until we understand it, we can’t effectively combat it.

Step One: Fabricate a “Cause” to Fight for

Question: was there some massive public policy problem and corresponding public outcry for biological men to be able to use the women’s restroom a decade ago? What about two decades ago? Does anyone remember the media exposé on the crisis of transgender bathroom access in the 80’s or 90’s, or even a few years ago? Of course you don’t, because there was no crisis.

There was a tacit, communal rapprochement where the transgendered community did what they did in the restroom best suiting their physical appearance, and we pretended not to notice (although I’m sure many of us never noticed anything at all). The same basic, unspoken, rules of dignity applied to the transgendered community as they did to everyone else—they did their business in the restroom, we did ours and we both left the facility happily ever after. This peaceful coexistence has been the status quo for our entire history and yet, just now, the increasingly hostile far-left has detected an explosion of transgendered bathroom bigotry in the country that MUST be solved by government force? Of course they haven’t. The Left is simply running out of ways to stigmatize and demoralize their political opponents in an increasingly welcoming and ideologically open country, and in order to stoke the flames of division and hatred they have to invent new cases of systemic “discrimination.”

Make no mistake regardless of the outcome of these bathroom access wars, there is another war right around the corner. Enough is never enough for the far-left and while the prospect of jailing catholic priests for refusing to perform gay weddings appears hyperbolic today, it can become the next stop on their never-ending target list tomorrow.
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Yet another example of astonishing liberal/socialist/progressive hypocrisy.

Bernie Sanders, outspoken class warrior who once stated that tax rates as high as 90% weren’t too high, only pays a 13.5% tax rate on over $200,000 in household income. This guy is a total fraud and so are his socialist acolytes. Let me ask Bernie's supporters the following questions, the answers to which will provide all the evidence you need to conclusively prove liberal hypocrisy.

Does Bernie Sanders believe that higher tax rates and revenues are a force for good?
Yes.

Does Bernie Sanders believe that successful Americans should both pay a higher tax rate and pay more of their revenue?
Yes.

Is Bernie Sanders wealthy relative to the average American?
Yes.

Does Bernie Sanders practice this in his own life?
No, he doesn’t. 
If paying higher taxes is your thing, no one is stopping you!
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I hate to defend Sanders, in anything, but he was quoted as sayin' that 90%+ tax-rates were not 'too high'...Not that anyone was payin' that, or even supported that, just that that was what he said....You're the one that jumped in with that figure, and figured it needed defendin', or not, whatever it is you're attemptin' here, besides tryin' to smear feces on (?) Bongino?
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Yet another example of astonishing liberal/socialist hypocrisy.

Class warrior, and advocate for tax rates as high as 90%, Bernie Sanders, only pays a 13.5% tax rate on over $200,000 in household income. This guy is a fraud and so are his socialist acolytes. Let me ask Bernie's supporters the following questions; the answers to which will provide all the evidence you need to conclusively prove liberal hypocrisy.

1) Does Bernie believe higher tax rates and revenues are a force for good?
Yes.
2) Does Sanders practice this in his own life?
No.

Of course, Bernie doesn't have to take tax deductions (of which he took 60k in deductions) but he took the deductions regardless and avoided paying higher taxes himself. If taxes are a force for public good then why not pay more? Because he's a hypocrite, that's why. 
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Seems as though Bernie is a "Do as I say, not as I do type."
What a surprise that a leftist politician would have such a view.
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About Daniel

Family
Dan and Paula have been married since 2003. Paula is an independent web design consultant who operates a successful small business in addition to being a full time parent to their two daughters, Isabel and Amelia. They reside in Palm City, Florida.

Education
While working full time for the New York City Police Department, Dan used his accrued vacation time to attend the City University of New York where he completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Psychology, concentrating in both Neuro-Psychology and Behavioral Learning. During his tenure as a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service, Dan completed his second graduate degree, a Master’s of Business Administration at Penn State University, where he tested at the top of his class.

New York City Police Department
Dan began his career with the NYPD in 1995 as a Police Cadet while attending The City University of New York full time. During his tenure in the Cadet program, Dan was a member of the distinguished pattern identification unit which specialized in the identification and apprehension of serial criminals. Dan also performed many hours of undercover operations in a number of New York City’s communities. Dan graduated from the Cadet program and became a full time Police Officer in 1997, where he graduated with honors from the New York City Police Academy. Dan spent the next two years patrolling the streets of Brooklyn, New York where he saw first-hand the devastation of years of failed social policy and experimentation. He would never see the world the same way again after his experiences with the good citizens of Brooklyn. Dan left the NYPD with official commendations for both meritorious and excellent police duty.

United States Secret Service
Dan proudly joined the ranks of the U.S. Secret Service in 1999 as a Special Agent where he graduated the Secret Service training academy with academic honors. Beginning his career in the New York Field Office, he was assigned to investigate federal crimes including but not limited to protective intelligence, computer crimes, bank fraud, credit card fraud and counterfeiting. His early career was marked by a number of investigative successes. Although the details of his signature investigation are still for official use only, it involved over 300 million dollars in potential financial fraud and a nexus to international terrorism. This joint investigation in cooperation with the FBI, IRS, SSA and a number of local police agencies, was responsible for shutting down a major international fraud ring. The investigation earned Dan the Department of Justice recognition award, along with other agency specific awards, for excellence in investigations.
Dan left the New York Field Office in 2002 to become an instructor at the Secret Service Training Academy in Beltsville, Maryland. He was the project manager for the re-design of the investigative tactics training program which he subsequently taught to incoming trainees. Dan was awarded a number of commendations for his work in researching and re-designing the investigative curriculum to reflect current trends crime trends.

In 2006, Dan entered into duty on the elite Presidential Protection Division in the administration of President George W. Bush, graduating at the top of his class in the difficult detail training program. Dan distinguished himself early by becoming one of the earliest tenured Special Agents to be given responsibility for an operational section of the protective detail. Dan remained on protective duty during the change in administration to President Barack Obama and again distinguished himself by quickly becoming the highest ranking member of his operational shift of agents. With this distinction came greater responsibility and Dan quickly rose to the challenge. He was designated as the lead agent responsible for the coordination of the President’s trip to Prague for the signing of the START treaty, his trip to Jakarta, Indonesia, amongst a myriad of terror threats, and finally as the lead agent responsible for the President’s visit to an active war zone in Afghanistan. With the successful coordination of these historic events, Dan was awarded a series of commendations and left the protective detail as one of the most distinguished agents in their history.

Dan transferred to the Baltimore Field Office in 2010 where he immediately made an impact on the community, breaking up one of the largest fraud rings in Maryland's history (http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2011-03-24/news/bs-md-hermann-car-loan-scheme-20110324_1_feds-bust-rental-car-rental-agencies/3).

Small Business Entrepreneur
Dan and his wife Paula are the owners of a successful small business, Bongino Consulting.

Education
  • Pennsylvania State University
    Business, 2009 - 2010
  • City University of New York
    Psychology, 1997 - 2001
  • Queens College, City University of New York
    Psychology, 1993 - 1997
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