Heidi Harris Show Podcast #128: When you hire the wrong person for the job

Sometimes management hires the wrong person for the job, and often that person is blamed when things go badly. Megyn Kelly is just a recent example, and I have a few examples myself, covered in my book, “Don’t Pat Me On The Head”.

If you hired a square peg for a round hole, own it. Either support them so they can succeed or let them leave quietly, but don’t blame THEM for your bad decision.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #127: Thoughts on Synagogue slaughter and MAGAbomber

These people, left or right, who would target innocent people, either through fake devices or rifle fire, are disaffected losers who blame their pathetic lives and problems on others. That’s the bottom line, always.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #126: Matt Staver, President of Liberty Counsel, on what pastors can legally say from the pulpit

Many pastors are terrified to delve into politics or express an opinion from the pulpit because they’re afraid they’ll lose their tax-exempt status. Matt Staver, Founder and President of Liberty Counsel, joined me to clarify what pastors can and cannot do, legally and morally.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #125: Should we care about the murder of Khashoggi? Guest: Robert Spencer

What, if anything, should President Trump do about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudis? Is the death of a man who’s not a citizen of America worth starting a huge trade war with the Saudis? After all, we know who they are, and always have. If we do nothing, what kid of signal does that send the rest of the world?

Director of JihadWatch.org and best selling author Robert Spencer joined me to discuss.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #124: American Academy of Pediatrics supports trans kids?

It’s astounding that the American Academy of Pediatrics is supporting the acceptance of transgenderism in kids, ignoring the stats on the number of kids who commit suicide even AFTER reassignment surgery. Some kids may be confused about which sex they are, but there are many avenues to try before administering sometimes irreversible or life altering hormones and surgery. They should know better.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #122: Kavanaugh explains his anger

Judge Brett Kavanaugh, in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, explained his angry testimony last week when he defended himself against ridiculous, unprovable allegations. I’d call it righteous indignation, and I think it was more than warranted.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #121: Thoughts on the 1 October massacre. We are #VegasStronger

1 October 2017 was a day that Las Vegas and our nation will remember forever. While we may never understand  what motivated Stephen Paddock, we know what motivated US as a city. We were there for each other, and will move on, stronger than ever. We are #VegasStronger.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #120: Ford/Kavanaugh hearing and where it leaves America

After all is said and done, I believe Brett. Dr. Ford was fuzzy on details, which anyone would be after 36 yeas, but Judge Kavanaugh was far more convincing in his denial. He also has a track record of treating women well in his profession, and has had many women who’ve worked for him or gone to school with him defending him. I cannot imagine what it must be like to have to field those accusations when they are completely false.

No one should be believed or disbelieved simply because they’re one party or the other.

Winner: SCOTUS and rulings that follow our constitution.

Loser: America, the #MeToo movement, and partisan politics.

Heidi Harris Show Podcast #119: Kavanaugh second drunken accuser?

This Kavanaugh case has gotten scarier by the day. No man in America will be safe from decades-old allegations destroying his life if these women are allowed to get away with this. The GOP members of the Senate Judiciary have to hold their ground and vote to confirm him. This man by all accounts has led an exemplary life, and is by all accounts, a brilliant jurist. If he’s derailed by these allegations, who wants to be the next nominee?

And another thing: Why, when everyone is drunk, are the MEN the only ones held accountable for their decisions? We hear this when women are attacked at Frat parties. Everyone was wasted, yet HE is the only one held responsible, and HER (drunken) account is to be unquestioned.