Archive for September, 2012

Kreskin vs. Seatbelt Law Debated in New Jersey

Posted by admin On September - 26 - 2012

Once again, I am beset with what looks like a travesty, but a further example of the “quality and class” of the New Jersey State Legislature. Namely, their proposal which would it make illegal to drive with unrestrained animals.

I have done a number of commercials for animal rights and have bonded with many people who have passion for our pets, so I approach the idiocy and imbecilic nature of this proposed piece of legislature.

My late parents had the joy of traveling in their car with our pet dog. My father rarely drove his car without the dog sitting next to him. I suspect that this has been the case for almost one century. I also wonder that there is no state in the United States, to the best of my knowledge, that has cast such a restrictive law.

For a NJ Assemblywoman by the name of Grace Spencer to introduce this leaves me with the question…..Is this the best that she and the legislature can offer? With all the disaster that our state is in, this is the best that she has to offer! I’m trying to picture putting my four cats in seatbelt-like harnesses.

Having done over 2,000 university shows in this country, I’ve explained to students that they need to understand what are lurking behind laws that are introduced. I’m not suggesting anything illegal, but I am suggesting possible corruption and second-rate special interest influences. Wouldn’t it be significant if our pet supply stores are already preparing to sell animal seatbelts? Not that they have any vested interest in that law. Perish the thought!

I have no malice against our New Jersey legislature, being a proud member of the state. I do feel that 90 percent of them should be fired. It would save money, and we don’t need that many to accomplish what’s worthwhile in this or any other state.

I would like to hold a press conference and I’m extending a special offer :

I propose to read the thoughts of Assemblywoman Grace Spencer,

without her saying anything until I’m finished, and will mention every serious,

important, urgent, and meaningful issue that’s on her mind as Assemblywoman.

“I believe I can do this in 30 seconds.”

-The Amazing Kreskin

Foodies Who Also Like Being Entertained Take Note

Posted by admin On September - 19 - 2012

It doesn’t take a mind reader to predict the fact that when you see a show and dine at the

Class Act Dinner Theatre

in Whitby, ONT.

that it will be one of the most spectacular dishes you have ever eaten.

All thanks to the incredible culinary talents of one

Colin ManuelHead Chef

Kreskin reads Colins thoughts…”Your dinner tonight is going to be the best meal you’ve had since your last visit”

WMTR RADIO- 1250 AM Re-Broadcast w/Kreskin

Posted by admin On September - 7 - 2012

Due to the interest and content of the original broadcast following the Democratic National Convention,

WMTR Radio-1250AM has decided to replay it

Sunday, September 9th, 2012


Kreskin Will be on the Air:

Sunday, September 9, 2012 10:30 am – 11:00 am


Jesse Frees & Julie Briggs

Your New Jersey Connection

WMTR-RADIO 1250AM out of Morristown, NJ

If you’ve ever played a game of poker or flipped a coin or played a slot machine and wondered about Las Vegas…even if you have visited the city, you will find a brand new book absolutely riveting. It is written by John Romero, entitled Las Vegas, The Untold Stories . . . that made Sin City the entertainment capital of the world. I can tell you that this book reads like an adventure and you will learn things about Las Vegas that you never knew, because it has been written by one of the great authorities on the gaming industry and the man who helped play a major role in making Las Vegas what it is today. Oh yes, you might as well enjoy one of the chapters titled From Don Rickles to The Amazing Kreskin. I predict you’ll find the book fascinating.


Las Vegas, The Untold Stories, can be ordered online at

Regarding the Future of Facebook:

Posted by admin On September - 4 - 2012

Three months ago I predicted Facebook would not be able to save face. It’s most productive change would come from an unknown figure taking over. The sequence of events, what with the debacle of going public, those that lost money, all this coupled with background indications that key individuals in the Facebook organization were either leaving with their own money or taking money out of the business and storing it somewhere else. Could this have been to avoid the loss that new investors might suffer…..and inevitably did? That may not have been the actual intent, but that’s not important. It’s the image and the signals resulting in a message that the head of Facebook helped create. The problem would be like a person who tells a lie….when that person comes back and assures you they will never lie again, how do you know they are not lying? So the disaster with Facebook could have the potential of repeating itself in another guise, consequently the growing disillusionment. Will it disappear? I don’t think so. As far as taking a new form, other companies are already building and expanding in directions that Facebook may have to follow instead of being the leader. It is going to reach a point that the present head of Facebook will have another figure overseeing him as the key CEO of the company. The bottom line is, Facebook is destined to change its face.