Halli Casser-Jayne is the co-host of The Halli and MoJoe Show on BlogTalkRadio dot com and the author of A Year in My Pajamas with President Obama, The Politics of Strange Bedfellows, which takes a provocative, fun, thoughtful look at Election 2008 through the creative eyes of an author with a sassy and distinctive voice. There are many President Obama books, but none quite like this one! Look for her forthcoming novel, Scout Finch's Diary scheduled for an October 2011 release.

Saturday, August 13, 2011


Are Republicans losing the economic argument? Sure looks like the tide is turning. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/13/business/economy/voices-faulting-gop-economic-policies-growing-louder.html


HAMAS' Military Academy operated in Gaza mosques...http://www.ynetnews.com/Ext/Comp/ArticleLayout/CdaArticlePrintPreview/1,2506,L-4107803,00.html

Enter Rick Perry, Formidable Fund-Raiser - NYTimes.com

A race between Perry and Obama would turn into another culture war. Can America handle yet another war? Aye yi yi!Enter Rick Perry, Formidable Fund-Raiser - NYTimes.com

Friday, August 12, 2011


It's Friday night. Time to kick back and relax after a tough week on the job. For your relaxing pleasure here's a little something to help start your weekend off right and get you in the mood for this week's The Halli and MoJoe Show on BlogTalkRadio dot com. Stop by Sunday at 5 pm est for our live show with our very special guest John Schlimm, author of the fun and fabulous novel TWANG! a rhinestone and Stetson look into the country music industry. We'll be taking calls and yours might be one of them. Cheers! Halli


The Halli and MoJoe Show now has its own webpage. Have a look @ http://thehalliandmojoeshow.blogspot.com/


Make sure that you don't miss The Halli and MoJoe Show this Sunday, August 14, 2011 5 pm/est when our guest will be the outrageous John Schlimm, author of the deliciously fun new e-novel TWANG, a campy and addictive fictional romp that takes a behind the stage curtains, Stetsons, and rhinestones look at the billion dollar Country Music Industry. This is jaw-dropping and scandalous writing in the tradition of Jackie Collins that famed Page Six gave a nod because, they, like you will want to know the true identity of the book’s characters. John is a former country music publicist,and, by the way, also worked in Vice President Al Gores’ Communications Office during the Clinton Administration.

As always, we will be discussing the week's political news and Halli will be offering her often sassy commentary.

We're looking forward to hearing you on the radio! Join us.

Thursday, August 11, 2011


Halli Casser-Jayne's new book, A Year in My Pajamas with President Obama, The Politics of Strange Bedfellows takes a provocative, fun, thoughtful look at Election 2008 through the creative eyes of an author with a sassy and distinctive voice. There are many President Obama books, but none quite like this one.

“Hey, it's a free country where you can say what you want. And Halli Casser-Jayne does just that! Always irreverent, occasionally profane, but often spot-on logical, Halli's unique take on the American political scene is well worth the read.”
-- Fraser P. Seitel, Larry King Live & Fox News contributorFraser P. Seitel, Larry King Live & Fox News contributor


Strange daze for the Republican Party whose leadership is acting like Bonnie and Clyde, its gang leaders Mitch McConnell and Eric Cantor defined by now the Tea Party renegades. Bank robbers all, hell-bent on stripping America of its good name while protecting their rich donors, rat-a-tat-tat let's gun down dem Dems and their poor, when polls show that the majority of Americans don't agree with their tactics or their ideology.

Strange daze for the Dems who have the polls in their favor and are acting like they are not, particularly our dazed president who continues to have that deer in the headlights look in his eyes and acts like he's been clobbered over the head instead of picking up his own gun and firing back. After all he has the right to bears arms according to the Second Amendment that he refuses to challenge.

Strange daze for the media who this morning interpreted last night's Wisconsin recall vote in which the Dems actually recalled two Republicans -- no small feat -- as a conclusive win for Governor Rick Walker and his reckless policies. Are they kidding?

Why am I not surprised. It is after all The Dog Daze of August and it appears as if the world is in one giant happy? daze.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011



Lotsa talk around DC suggesting that in the wake of the Standards & Poor's downgrade and the stock market dive, Obama should bring Congress back and at least act like he's in control of the situation.

I disagree. Why should he bring them back? So that the fighting can continue and further test the markets?

No, I think a little furlough is a good idea to give each side some time to calm down. Maybe when the clowns return to their districts and speak to their constituents reality will set in and they'll realize how absurd they all look.

One can only hope, right?

Monday, August 8, 2011


This is no joke: America is a joke. She’s become a three ring circus. It’s not a pretty picture. The U.S. for the first time in its long history has become the laughing stock of the world. All who have hated us are having a field day at our expense. Those who have loved us are shaking their heads in disbelief.

How did the once great nation get where we are today?

If you ask an economist to answer that question you’ll probably get a long, convoluted explanation and depending upon the economist’s beliefs, you’ll get answers that vary.
Ask a politician what happened and rest-assured you’ll get a long-winded answer replete with aspersions, lies, innuendos, and most-definitely denials that America’s fall from grace has anything to do with them.

Ask Americans how we got where we are today and 82% of them will have a few things to say, all with disgust, leaving one to wonder how even 14% of Americans are still not reeling from the reality that our country is a punch-line to our friends and what’s worse the great despots of the world.

Ever hear the old joke, “I never kick a man when he’s down, I just stamp on his head, it’s easier?” Yes, it’s easy to kick a man when he’s down, and a country, as Standard & Poor the ratings agency did – what they probably wouldn’t have dared do just months ago – before America laid herself bare to her detractors.

On Friday night, Standard & Poor’s removed the United States government from its list of risk-free borrowers with strong reference to the antics of the Republican Party run by the Mad Hatters aka the tea party, talk about a joke.

“We have changed our assumption on this because the majority of Republicans in Congress continue to resist any measure that would raise revenues, a position we believe Congress reinforced by passing the act.”

The ratings agency had threatened to downgrade America’s rating if the government did not act to reduce the federal debt by at least $4 trillion over the next decade. Earlier last week, Congress instead passed a plan to reduce the debt by only $2.1 trillion.

While warned, the tea party Mad Hatters, heads stamped by their intransigent foolishness acted as if there was no need to heed S&P’s warning. You might call it “Through the Looking Glass Politics,” a reversal of fortune, their bad joke on America.

It’s been a long, difficult, non-amusing time for our nation. Since 9/11 we’ve suffered one blow after another. While one was the result of an invading force, al Qaeda, most of our wounds have been self-inflicted.

W got us into an expensive war or two that we didn’t need to get into. He cut taxes for the wealthy, which he never should have done, turning our house into a fiscal not so fun house. While it is true that President Obama inherited the Republican induced financial mess, he also lacked the courage to do exactly what was necessary to stem the tide of default Standard & Poor sees on the horizon.

Yes, the GOP is a joke, but our president is also a coward and a buffoon. As are the irresponsible clowns in Congress, Bozos all, Claribels, Emmet Kelly’s, Bubbles…America’s great jokesters.

So, tell me, why am I not laughing?