|Too Damn Big! Can We Get the Govt. to Shrink?|| |
In this rare public preview of our Members Only Trifecta content, the Trifecta gents discuss how they would perfect government by making it smaller.
|Mar 5, 2015||8min|
|Should Bill Open Up and Try Korean Food? (Members Only)|| |
Bill said on Trifecta Extra last week that he'd never had pork belly, let alone Korean BBQ. See his answer to not-Dave's question.
|Mar 5, 2015||14min|
|ISIS Skit on Saturday Night Live...Did It Go Too Far?|| |
Saturday Night Live on NBC took on ISIS in a parody of a Toyota commercial. Boris Nemtsov’s death is considered murder, with his criticism of Putin as a suggested motive, and Hillary Clinton investigated for using personal email.
|Mar 4, 2015||15min|
|Klavan and Whittle's Formula for World Peace!|| |
Make love, not war! Imagine peace!!! P-E-A-C-E! Yip yip yip yip yipppeeeee!!! -- Check out Bill Whittle and Andrew Klavan's formula for world peace!
|Mar 4, 2015||6min|
|Too Damn Big: Govt. Out of Control on Taxes and Spending|| |
Think of all the money you paid this year, and have ever paid, in taxes. Now think of all the money all of the people you know have paid and will pay...
|Mar 4, 2015||7min|
|Too Damn Big! The Federal Government is Bloated Beyond Belief!|| |
A Representative in the House used to represent about a tenth of the population they now do. So do they still actually represent our concerns??? Heck no!
|Mar 3, 2015||9min|
|Liberals' Outrageous Attack on Young Black Giuliani Supporter|| |
Liberals Rage Against Young Black Giuliani Supporter
|Mar 3, 2015||10min|
|The Good, Bad, and Ugly: What Taxes are Ok? (Members Only)|| |
Are there any good taxes? Do we actually need taxation to keep our government afloat? Check out this Klavan & Whittle to hear these two gents' answers.
|Mar 2, 2015||7min|
|Lesson #24: The Lesson Restated|| |
Tune into PJTV's Economics in One Lesson #24: The Lesson Restated
|Mar 2, 2015||2min|
|Obamacare Subsidies Ruling Could Make Insurance Unaffordable|| |
President Obama argues there is no fix if the Supreme Court limits subsidies, and MSNBC makes large changes to their daytime television lineup. Plus, singer John Legend's controversial comments at The Oscars.
|Mar 2, 2015||14min|