Friday, September 9, 2011

Remembering 9/11, Jobs, and 13 Keys to Presidency Prediction

9 Sept 2011

Global American Series

This week we look back on 9/11, talk about creating jobs and the GOP debate, and discuss Professor Lichtman’s “13 Keys to the Presidency” that has corrected predicted every Presidential election since 1860. You’ll be surprised what it predicts for 2012.

Do you remember what you were doing when news came ten years ago on 9/11? I spent the day at the Houston Fox 26 studios as a terrorism analyst, trying to figure out what was going on as events unfolded. This week on Global American radio I talk about that, and the photo that no one saw that describes the awful choice facing those trapped in the twin tower

In segment two we talk about ways to create jobs for the 14 million unemployed, and what to do about the 3 million unfilled, high-paying jobs that Americans do not have the skills for. How do we insure those jobs are filled by Americans instead of moving overseas or being filled by foreigners with the skills?

In segment three we cover the first GOP debate in which the Governor of Texas, Rick Perry, appeared. We did some fact checking on claims made by both Governors Romney and Perry.

Since the author/host has been a resident of Texas since 1965, you’ll get a different perspective.

Finally, we examine the “13 Keys to the Presidency” – a model developed by Professor Allan Lichtman which has correctly predicted who would win each Presidential election since 1860. The model grew out of a collaboration with a Russian expert on earthquake predictions. So, will President Obama be re-elected in 2012 with the lowest approval rating of his term? You’ll be shocked at the result. Tune in to Global American radio and find out.

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Michael Fjetland

Global American Series

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