Category Archives: Blog – Ralph Bristol


My final argument on the GOP tax reform plan(s) By Ralph Bristol When, in the course of human events, an all-Republican government might be on the verge of making the biggest tax policy blunder in the history of the party, and in doing so, not only risk losing control of both houses of congress and…MORE

Investing: Analysis of GOP tax reform ‘prospectus’

I’m thinking of investing the future of the next generation in this mutual fund, so I’d like your opinion of it, after reading this prospectus. PROSPECTUS THE GOP TAX REFORM MAGA FUND INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES • Net tax cut o Huge middle class tax cut o Make corporate taxes competitive with the world o Help small…MORE


By Ralph Bristol Not all of the dust had settled on the crime scene of the worst mass shooting in history before Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer raced to the Senate floor to demand more gun control with the false promise that “Congress can pass laws that keep our citizens safe” if only Republicans would…MORE


Black Lives Matter no “Sons of Liberty” By Ralph Bristol Perhaps the most under-appreciated Founding Father was Samuel Adams, the principle advocate for the “Sons of Liberty,” the original rousers of rabble that became the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolution, and the birth of a new nation and a new constitution that has set…MORE


by Ralph Bristol I rise in support of the U.S. House casting a vote ON (not necessarily FOR) the budget produced by Rep. Diane Black’s budget committee – necessary to provide the vehicle for passing a tax reform plan with only 51 votes in the Senate – PROVIDING House leaders produce the promised “outline” of…MORE

Operation Nag Lamar: Day One

Sen. Alexander, you have promised for years to repeal Obamacare. You and other Republicans raised money with the promise to repeal Obamacare. You got re-elected in 2014 after you promised to repeal Obamacare. You voted in 2015 to repeal Obamacare with a two year window for replacement – to show voters what Republicans could do…MORE

Republicans have powerful, idle leverage on healthcare

Republicans don’t have to roll over and play dead on healthcare, like Senators John McCain, Jeff Flake, Susan Collins, and Lamar Alexander want to do, even if they are committed to a bipartisan “regular order” solution to the growing problems in the health insurance and healthcare industries. Both House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Republican…MORE

Boycotts not the answer to increasingly popular BLM propaganda

I got a question in my email box Tuesday morning while discussing the latest adventures of Colin Keapernick, the second-string 49er quarterback who has refused to stand for the National Anthem because he “didn’t want to show pride in a flag of a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” It’s his way…MORE

Dear Rep. Black, ‘Let me revise and extend my remarks’

The Honorable Rep. Diane Black: I want to do a better job making the point I tried to make on the air this morning, but “not artfully” as they say in Washington, before we sit down for our next interview (shameless plug) Friday morning (June 17) at 6:05 on Nashville’s Morning News. I don’t want…MORE


WTN RoundTable at The Palm

WTN RoundTable at The Palm

Join SuperTalk 99.7 WTN for our next WTN RoundTable discussion sponsored by Paul Winkler Inc. at The Palm Nashville Wednesday, August 1st starting at 11am. Enjoy a delicious lunch with us as we broadcast live from The Palm Nashville. Tune in or join us live as we discuss the upcoming Tennessee State Primary Election with…

Mark Levin has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame!

Mark Levin has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame!

Starting June 4 through June 18, listeners nationwide can vote for their favorite radio personalities in two categories to be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on Nov. 15, 2018. This vote is determined by the listening public, not Radio Industry Professionals.  Mark is nominated in the category SPOKEN WORLD ON-AIR PERSONALITY. Voting is from…

Voting Results: Transit Plan Falls

Voting Results: Transit Plan Falls

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The votes are in and Nashville has spoken – spoken against the transit plan, that is. Nashville voters rejected a proposal to raise four taxes to fund a new transit system throughout Nashville. Early voting numbers showed that about 65 percent of those who voted early voted against the transit plan. In…

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