The Buzz with Deneen Borelli

In today's fast-paced news and political world, liberal buzz words often take the place of objective facts, in order to twist and bend talking points into reality. Deneen Borelli cuts through the rhetoric to give you a fresh and honest conservative take on the hot topics of the day.
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Mar 30, 2016

Bad news continues to surround Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. It appears the FBI investigation is entering a new phase that will involve interviews with her former State Department staff possibly leading to the agency questioning Clinton about the way she handled confidential and secret documents on her personal server.

Meanwhile, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders trounced Clinton in three states over the weekend. Sanders beat Clinton by huge margins in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington State.

With Clinton’s mounting troubles, long-time supporter Barbra Streisand came to her rescue. Tossing aside Clinton’s failures, Streisand played the woman card and attributed Clinton’s troubles to being a woman presidential candidate.

In this episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen challenges Streisand’s assessment of Clinton’s accomplishments.

Mar 24, 2016

On Tuesday morning, Americans woke up to another terrorist attack in Europe.

Brussels, Belgium was hit by two terrorist attacks, one at the international airport and the other at a train station killing 34 and injuring more than 200.

The terrorist attack is thought to be in response to the recent capture of Salah Abdeslam - the suspected organizer of the Paris attacks last year.

Meanwhile, President Obama traveled to Cuba with his family. During the trip, Obama was embarrassed by a series of pictures where Raul Castro made the president a tool for the communist propaganda machine. One picture had Obama with a small group of people under a backdrop of a huge image of Che Guevara on a building behind the president. The picture looks like Obama is endorsing Che.   

The press conference with Raul Castro was a disaster. Castro lectured Obama on what he considers U.S. human rights abuses. Finally, the Obama family attended a baseball game on the day of the terrorist attack.

On this week’s edition of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the terrorist attack in Brussels and Obama’s trip to Cuba.

Mar 16, 2016

Donald Trump canceled a Chicago rally because of the potential for violence at the UIC Pavillon on the University of Illinois campus.  The media and political competitors of Trump were quick to blame the GOP front-runner for the tone of his campaign that brings the potential for clashes between supporters and protesters.

Trump’s critics failed to recognize that his immigration policy was the driving force behind the significant turnout of the protesters. In fact, one of the lead organizers was an illegal immigrant student at UIC.

In this week’s episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen describes how illegal immigrants and pro-amnesty forces rallied together that resulted in the cancelation of the rally.

Mar 9, 2016

After last weekend’s primaries, Donald Trump’s lead was narrowed by Senator Ted Cruz leading to discussions about a possible Republican brokered convention. 

Deneen appeared in a recent segment on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom,” on the topic of the possibility of a GOP brokered convention. Adding to those concerns are reports that a significant amount of money is going into efforts to stop Donald Trump.

The best case for Republicans is for the convention to serve as a rally and launch the fall campaign and not a drama filled event dividing voters.

In this episode of “The Buzz with Deneen Borelli,” Deneen discusses the possibility of a brokered convention and the Republican and Democrat presidential race.

Finally, Deneen will announce this week’s winners and losers.


Mar 3, 2016

Black voters in South Carolina threw Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations a life line.

After losing the New Hampshire primary and after close wins in the Iowa and Nevada caucuses, black voters in South Carolina came through for her big time.

Clinton got a tremendous support from black South Carolina voters getting 86 percent while Sanders got only 14 percent.

Amazingly, Black voter turnout was also higher this year at 61 percent than in 2008 at 55 percent.

In this podcast, Deneen discusses the importance of the black vote for Clinton and the Democrats. Ironically, Clinton’s progressive policies will bring more harm to the black community.

Finally, Deneen introduces a new segment where she announces the winners and losers of the week.