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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Apr 27, 2016

The big box retailer Target is feeling the backlash of a conservative group because of the company’s adoption of a policy that allows costumers to use the bathroom or dressing room of their choice.

Fearing Target’s policy will put young girls and women at risk, the American Family Association initiated a petition to boycott the company. In only a short period of time, the petition has over 500,000 signatures.

Target’s support of the left-wing agenda is a reaction to a 2010 boycott threat by the LGBT community that was upset the company gave a political contribution to a political organization that supported a Republican candidate for governor of Minnesota.

In an effort to appease the LGBT community, Target has totally reversed course and gone all in to support the social agenda of this special interest group.

Target’s decision to aggressively support a controversial social issue has put its shareholders at risk. 

In this episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen describes Target as a text book example of how left-wing groups use intimidation as a means to hijack a company to advance their cause while putting shareholders at risk.

Apr 20, 2016

Almost 15 years after the September 11 terrorist attack, Americans still don’t have all of the information about the people responsible for this tragic event.

Following a “60 Minutes” story, there is renewed interest in 28 pages that remain classified from the 2002 Congressional report that investigated the terrorist attack. Some believe the hidden information links support from Saudi Arabia to the 9/11 terrorists.

In addition, a bill moving through Congress would make it possible for the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia if there is evidence the country was tied to the attack.

Saudi Arabia is upset about the Congressional effort and are threatening to sell U.S. held assets if the legislation passes Congress. President Obama is supporting Saudi Arabia in opposing the legislation and will veto the bill if it passes.

In this week’s episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the importance of the 28 pages and calls for the public release of its contents.

Apr 13, 2016

Last week's news was filled with examples of progressive intolerance for free speech.

For the ultra-left, free speech is reserved for issues they believe in but for opposing speech.

Individuals, corporations, and organizations are all fair game and are subjected to the left’s intimidation tactics when they don’t conform to left-wing ideology.

Former President Bill Clinton got a dose of speech intimidation while stumping for wife Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia.

Black Lives Matter protesters interrupted Bill’s speech criticizing his 1994 crime bill which they feel contributed to high incarceration rates of black Americans. Bill's aggressive response to the protesters unleashed a significant backlash from the left.

On global warming, the Competitive Enterprise Institute got a subpoena from the Virgin Islands Attorney General demanding documents between ExxonMobil and the organization.

A number of attorneys general are investigating ExxonMobil for misleading the public and investors on global warming. 

On this episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the intimidation tactics of the left and how nobody gets a pass from their fury including fellow Democrats.

Apr 6, 2016

The events surrounding the political campaigns are unfolding like a drama filled movie.

Bernie Sanders’ surprising run is interfering with Hillary Clinton’s coronation as the Democrat nominee for president.

On the Republican side, questions remain whether Donald Trump can lock up the nomination before the convention. If Trump falls short of the magic number of 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination the political media has raised the possibility that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) could surface as the nominee if Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Ohio Governor John Kaisch also fail to garner a majority of the delegates on the convention floor. 

On this episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the Ryan rumor and exposes his disturbing political record on a range of important issues.