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Archive for October, 2008

 McCord: Did Colonel Jack Loose His Shirt In The Market?

 

Colonel Jack Jacobs without a doubt, is the best prepared, most knowledgeable, articulate, understandable power rotation guest who appears on Imus In The Morning.  In this appearance the Colonel breaks down the polls, the presidential campaigns, the economy and impact of raising taxes on ordinary people.

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Imus:  This election is over, isn’t it?

Colonel Jacobs:  Its going to close and be much closer then people think.   Don’t believe the polls. They are national polls and that’s not how we elect the president.  The other problem with the polls is they are a function of who you ask and what they are asked.  Believes Palin is the margin of victory.  Picking someone nobody knows with 6 weeks to go, was a bad decision. (more…)

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FOX’ Alexis Glick, Tracking The Financial Crisis

  

Imus speaking with Alexis Glick covers: Fox Business Network, Financial Crisis, oil prices, football

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Alexis reveals she’s an Irish girl! Her maiden name is “Alexis Cahill Donnelly” who grew up in New York City describes herself as a workaholic and a big sports fan. Giants-Yankees are her teams although her husband is a Jets-Mets fan. (So she has to tone it down form time to time.)  She is also a Boxing fan! (more…)

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POLITICO Double Covers McCain Appearance

Back on Imus, McCain sticks up for Palin spears critics

By: Jonathan Martin, POLITICO

It was just like old times this morning, as John McCain called into Don Imus’s show to mix it up.

Imus didn’t press McCain like he has at times in the past, but the crusty talk show host did manage to elicit the feisty and sarcastic side of the GOP nominee. Read|More

McCain, Imus, Wright

By: Ben Smith, POLITICO

McCain had a long, process-oriented interview with Don Imus this morning, worth a listen, including Imus’s gripe about Obama’s relative treatment of his own nearly career-ending, racially charged joke and of Jeremiah Wright. Read|More

Presidential Candidate, John McCain, joins “Imus in the Morning” from the campaign trail in New Hampshire just two weeks out of Election Day.

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McCain Returns To I-Fold!

 

 

 

Well here we go boys and girls!

It’s official, after 324 days John McCain returns to Imus In The Morning, tomorrow 10/22 around 7:30 EDT!   With the exception of 1 or 2 drop-in calls since the I-Man’s return, I-Fav J-MAC has been conspicuously absent from the program.  The anticipation has been building within the I-Nation.  Preceded by  weeks of speculation; as to when or even will  J-MAC come on the show, and endless searching for an answer as to why he has not appeared on the program.   Guess what,? It’s now crunch time and Senator McCain is ready to reignite his true base, the I-Nation.

Imus’ question this morning ~  “What should I ask McCain?”

Now it’s your turn…

What should Imus ask Senator McCain?

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If Not Now, When?: Duty and Sacrifice in America’s Time of Need

by Jack Jacobs, Douglas Century

A Medal of Honor recipient looks back at his own service—and ahead to America’s future.Jack Jacobs was acting as an advisor to the South Vietnamese when he and his men came under devastating attack. Severely wounded, 1st Lt. Jacobs took command and withdrew the unit, returning again and again to the site of the attack to rescue more men, saving the lives of a U.S. advisor and thirteen Allied soldiers. Col. Jacobs received the nation’s highest military award, the Medal of Honor.

Here, with candor, humor, and quiet modesty, Col. Jack Jacobs tells his stirring story of heroism, honor, and the personal code by which he has lived his life, and expounds with blunt honesty and insight his views on our contemporary world, and the nature and necessity of sacrifice.

If Not Now, When? is a compelling account of a unique life at both war and peace, and the all-too-often unexamined role of the citizenry in the service and defense of the Republic.

About the Author

Jack Jacobs retired from the military as a full colonel in 1987. Today, he is widely regarded as one of the world’s most perceptive—and outspoken—military analysts.

Douglas Century is a New York Times bestselling author.

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