Megan Barth

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Megan Barth is the founder and proprietor of, Co-Chair of the Media Equality Project, and a nationally recognized political commentator. She is a weekly cohost for WAR-The Wayne Allyn Root Show out of Las Vegas, NV and has appeared on Headline News CNN, NewsMax TV, One America News Network, The Blaze Radio, Lars Larson, Bill Cunningham, and has regular weekly appearances on nationally syndicated radio shows. Her op-eds have been published in Canada Free Press, The Hill, American Thinker and the Daily Caller. For interviews or speaking engagements, please contact [email protected]

Most Recent Articles by Megan Barth:

The Charade of the Climate Change Charlatans on Parade

May 13, 2016 — Megan Barth

What makes 350 so devious, is that they hijack public emotions (and ignorance) using phony “divestment” as a disorganizing tool to redirect activism away from effective work.—Jay Taber

A coalition of environmental activist groups, led by, is promoting a series of “Break Free From Fossil Fuels” training sessions and protests during May 4-15, 2016, at locations involved in fossil fuel production or transportation. The protests will occur at key sites related to production and transport of fossil fuels, including rail lines and yards, in the United States and Canada.  The problem? only cares about fossil fuels when the cameras are rolling.

It is painfully apparent that the organization does not believe in the movement that they are said to lead, but rather a movement that would line the pocketbooks of the 1% while destroying wealth and opportunity for the 99% percent—buiding a quasi-peasantry at the expense of faulty science and reliant on their accumulation of power.  But don’t take it from me, these Climate Change Charlatans admit that global warming climate change is about power in their very own YouTube video.  Sounds quite palatable with an English Accent until you peel back the Gibson onion.

If Technology is our future, why aren’t we teaching our kids to create it?

May 7, 2016 — Megan Barth

We have to do everything we can to encourage the entrepreneurial spirit, wherever we find it. We should be helping American companies compete and sell their products all over the world. We should be making it easier and faster to turn new ideas into new jobs and new businesses. And we should knock down any barriers that stand in the way. Because if we’re going to create jobs now and in the future, we’re going to have to out-build and out-educate and out-innovate every other country on Earth. -- President Barack Obama, September 16, 2011

Fantastic sound bite, but….

Despite the ever increasing digitalization of our society, computer science remains an afterthought in our K-12 educational system. 75% of schools in America offer no CS learning opportunity. Only 40% of those that do offer it, accept it as credit towards graduation. As a result, America is not producing enough computer scientists to keep up with our current or future demands.

Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) pushing Hollywood Fiction for More Banking Regulations

May 6, 2016 — Megan Barth

If it moves, tax it.  If it keeps moving, regulate it.  If it stops moving, subsidize it.—Ronald Reagan

Enter Dodd Frank: legislation named after Democrats’ Christopher Dodd and Barney Frank, which enacted 2,300 pages of banking regulations.  What could have possibly gone wrong with 2,300 pages of new government regulations on banks?  This:

When the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act took effect on July 21, 2010, it immediately caused a sharp partisan division. This staggeringly large legislation—2,300 pages—passed the House without a single Republican vote and received only three GOP votes in the Senate. Republicans saw the bill as ObamaCare for the financial system, a vast and unnecessary expansion of the regulatory state.

Justice for Clay: A True Story of the Cruel and Unusual Punishment of a Brain Injured Veteran

Apr 28, 2016 — Megan Barth

Clayton “Clay” John App is a 33 year old, 7 year veteran of the US Army who served two tours in Iraq during Operation Enduring Freedom. A soldier who returned home from the war with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and who now sits in the General Population of a Florida state prison serving an 18 month sentence for selling $200 of drugs to a confidential informant.  This wounded warrior is my cousin and this is Clay’s story. 

Clay was always a bright, beautiful child. Following in his grandfather’s military footsteps, he joined the Army in 2005. As a testament to his intelligence, Clay was offered Honor Guard three times, yet turned it down because “he wanted to go Airborne.”  Clay was part of the first surge in Iraq, deployed in January 2007, and sent to Sadr City, aka Hell on Earth. Hell on Earth was his home for the next 15 months.  He still cannot talk about the many horrors he was witness to, but finding the severed heads of children in boxes is one story that still haunts him.

Congress, Not Obama’s Cronies, Can Save Puerto Rico

Apr 26, 2016 — Megan Barth

My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income.—Errol Flynn

Due to Puerto Rico’s gross habits, the commonwealth has amassed a total debt of over $72 billion and has already defaulted on $221 million of its’ debt.  When unfunded liabilities (pensions) are included, these additional costs bring the total value of their debt closer to $165 billion, approximately $150% of its’ GDP.

According to the NY Times:  “On May 1 the island’s all-important Government Development Bank must make debt payments of $422 million, which it does not seem to have. Two months later, about $2 billion is due from the central government and a number of big public enterprises: the electric power authority, the water and sewer authority and the highway authority, among others. Puerto Rico’s constitution effectively guarantees at least some of those payments, but the money to make them appears to have dried up.”