|Rebuilding America One Lot at a Time|| |
Hear stories of true civic leadership. Eddie Edwards and Howard King know how to fix their local communities, they do it themselves. Sick and tired of urban blight, Edwards and King decided to clean-up Detroit one abandoned lot at a time. Whittle, Ott and Green examine the stories of two men who will restore your faith in our nation.
|Jul 9, 2010||13min|
|Borderline Politics on Immigration|| |
Front Page discusses the state - federal divide on immigration policy. Should the United States or Arizona prevent illegal immigration? Should our borders be imaginary lines or real barriers? Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center, and Terry Jones of Investors.com discuss with Allen Barton.
|Jul 9, 2010||10min|
|As King James Heads Off to Miami, Chris Matthews Heads Off the Deep End|| |
Stephen Kruiser shows you how to troubleshoot your broken printer in .50 calibers or less. Rachel Maddow straps on a helmet in Afghanistan and sticks it to America. Plus, The Olbermannometer, LeBron James, Chris Matthews, Lindsay Lohan and Iran's mullet jihad.
Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3861
|Jul 9, 2010||11min|
|This Week In Tea: The Test For Tea Partiers. Plus, Founders, Challengers & Freedom|| |
Hear about Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder's fight against Obama's health care plan? Plus, Dana Loesch asks if George Washington drove a Dodge Challenger. Are Senator Hatch and Chrysler trying to appeal to Tea Party patriots?
|Jul 8, 2010||16min|
|Coming Out of the Conservative Closet: Help PJTV Develop New Programming (Members Only)|| |
An exclusive offer to PJTV members: Help us develop a new program focusing on the always volatile issues of race and politics.
|Jul 8, 2010||13min|
|Al Qaeda's Norwegian Jihad. Plus, Bibi and Obama Make Nice|| |
How far and wide does Al Qaeda's influence reach? With the announcement of three arrests Thursday morning, we know it reaches as far North as Norway.
On this week's NSR, Bill Whittle, Cliff May & Austin Bay discuss Al Qaeda's international reach and why they keep popping up in the news for thwarted terrorist attacks.
Plus, are Bibi and Barry friends again, or will we see cracks emerge in the U.S.-Israeli friendship in the months ahead.
And finally, the U.S. and Russia may be updating Hammurabi's Code to include a new law: A spy for a spy.
All this, and more, is covered in this week's NSR. Watch it now.
|Jul 8, 2010||15min|
|Obama's Failing Economy & 5 Solutions From the Trifecta Team|| |
Will discouraged workers send our economy into a double dip recession? Is President Obama to blame? Have American families, not Washington, D.C., learned the lessons of the Great Depression? Trifecta discusses the economy and our nation's uncertain business environment.
|Jul 8, 2010||9min|
|J. Christian Adams: The NAACP Lobbied the Obama Administration to Dismiss New Black Panther Case|| |
Hear the explosive testimony of former Department of Justice lawyer J. Christian Adams, who says he heard that the NAACP lobbied to have the New Black Panther voter intimidation case dismissed. Did the Obama Administration deep six on a very real civil rights case for political reasons? Did Administration officials even take the time to read important documents relating to the case?
|Jul 8, 2010||14min|
|Leftists and the Freedom to Screech|| |
What do the Dixie Chicks and a California Muslim student group have in common? They both think they were victims of censorship. Were they? The Hicks File examines the scope of the First Amendment and asks whether the freedom of speech gives leftists a right to shout down and blame people with whom they disagree.
|Jul 8, 2010||7min|
|Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Viewer Questions. Plus, Can't We All Just Get Along? (Members Only)|| |
What is the greatest threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Are non-profits good? Can conservatives and liberals talk without fighting? Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com answer your questions in a members only edition of Front Page with Allen Barton.
|Jul 7, 2010||8min|