The KrisAnne Hall Show - Pulling Back the Curtain in DC

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Pulling Back the Curtain in DC

"Pulling Back the Curtain in DC02/17/2017 -

It’s official Gorsuch has been nominated to replace Scalia on the SCOTUS. The opposition of course is is railing against Gorsuch claiming that he’s not impartial enough, but let me ask you a question. Are we talking about the same impartiality we see from justice Ginsberg? Or the same impartiality we see from justice justice […]

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The Jason Stapleton Program - 543: Trump Press Conference Breakdown and His Ongoing Media War

This is another podcast from one of the many podcasts that I like to listen to. This one is from the Jason Stapleton Program, definately worth a listen!

543: Trump Press Conference Breakdown and His Ongoing Media War


I said yesterday that we were going to have some great clips of Trump's recent press conference and today I deliver. Trump claims he wants a "fair" and "honest" media. Is that true or does he simply want a sympathetic and supportive media?

Our media has an important responsibility. The are another check again power. It's their job to help expose corruption and inform the citizenry of what's happening in their government. They should be skeptical and confrontational. The media and government are not friends. Their relationship SHOULD be strained. But has our media become so politicized that it can no longer fulfill it's role?

I happen to think the answer is yes, and no. I'll pull several clips from the Trump press conference to prove my point. The press is not perfect, in many cases they are incredibly biased but that doesn't mean every time the press challenges Washington its a political witch hunt.

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Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Almond Flour Pizza Crust 2 (Fathead)


Here is another recipe for almond flour style pizza crust. 

This one is different, yet good. It also makes this the 4th or 5th pizza crust recipe that I have on this site, which makes for some nice alternatives when you are wanting to not only do gluten free, but keto friendly / low carb as well. 

The setup for this is quite easy and it backes quite nice also. My wife likes this one probably the best next to the cream cheese pizza crust and my daughter seems to like it also. They both say that this one is not nearly as greasy as the other ones


This is one of the crusts that you will want to par bake first, and you will for sure want to bake it onto a sheet of parchment paper on your pizza pan to prevent it from sticking. In this bake, I ran out of parchment paper and used tin-foil but the crust still stuck even though that I fully greased the tin-foil first. 




  1. Preheat the oven to 350 to 375 degrees
  2. Add all the ingredients into a bowl.
  3. Using a handheld mixer mix up the ingredients until it starts to resemble dough. 
  4. Get out a 14 or 16 inch pizza pan and line it with parchment paper
  5. Place the dough on top of the parchment paper and then place some clear plastic wrap on top to prevent sticking
  6. Press out the dough using your hands with the clear plastic wrap on top of the dough still
  7. Once the dough is in the shape that you want it to be in, remove the clear plastic wrap and bake it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes  or so. 
  8. Use your favorite pizza sauce and make your pizza. My favorite sauce is ranch dressing

Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, barbeque sauce


Here is a farily easy recipe to make for a Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb Barbeque sauce. For Keto Friendly and Low Carb you will want to use this sparingly because tomatoes doe have sugar in them, so it could kick you out of ketosis or set you back a bit if you use too much. 

I would rather make my own sauces if I can, just because I know what goes into them and I have control over how they taste. 

If I want something spicy, I can make it that way and it has a definate bite to it even if I leave out the hot sauce. 

For the barbeque sauce



  1. In a medium pot  add all the ingredients and stir well to mix. 
  2. Put on medium to high heat until it starts to boil, then turn down the heat to a simmer. 
  3. Simmer , while stirring every few minutes until this reduces by half.