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Rand Paul and Civil Rights: Has the Time Come to Rewrite the Laws?

Trifecta

Rand Paul may have won the Republican nomination to run for that open senate seat in Kentucky, but the very next day he was making headlines -- not for the big win, but for his controversial statements he made about the 1964 Civil Rights Act. There is no evidence Paul's a racist, but getting drawn into this kind of debate shows that he may be a frivolous candidate. Do you agree, or is it time to revisit the Civil Rights Laws?

Watch and comment: http://pjtv.com/v/3634

 
May 25, 2010 9min
Liberal Guilt: Antithesis of American Exceptionalism

Front Page with Allen Barton

Liberal Guilt. We see it every day in Hollywood, and now we are seeing it almost every day in Washington, D.C. In the last week we've witnessed apologies to the President of Mexico, to China. We've also seen Attorney General Eric Holder's inability to utter the words "Radical Islam."

 

Join Allen Barton, Alex Epstein, and Terry Jones as they try to determine the cause for all of this liberal guilt.

Watch and comment: http://pjtv.com/v/3627

 

 

 

Front Page with Allen Barton, Alex Epstein, Allen Barton, Terry Jones ]

 
May 25, 2010 15min
Calderon Can Talk the Talk, But Can't Do the Walk When it Comes to His Own Immigration Law

The Hicks File

Talk about bad manners. Mexican President Felipe Calderon recently visited the White House and bashed Arizona's SB 1070. But how strange is it that this head of state would lecture the U.S. on immigration reform when Mexico's policy is a mirror image of Arizona's law? Joe Hicks exposes Calderon's hypocrisy in the latest installment of the Hicks File. Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3633

 
May 25, 2010 9min
Homeland Security Meltdown: Why Al Qaeda's Next Attack Could Make 9/11 Seem Quaint

National Security Review

 Why should Americans fear fellow American Sharif Mobley?  The former nuclear power plant worker may have provided Al Qaeda with the information they need to cause a nuclear meltdown on American soil.  So what is Homeland Security doing to prevent the ultimate terrorist attack?  Not much, it turns out. 

In today's NSR, Bill Whittle speaks to Charles Faddis, author of "Willful Neglect: The Dangerous Illusion of Homeland Security".  The government has spent billions of dollars on high tech gadgets but precious little on common sense.  

If you want to sleep soundly tonight, you may want to skip this interview...

 

Bill Whittle, Charles Faddis, National Security Review ]

 
May 25, 2010 16min
Hair of the Dog: Real Slick, From BP to Rand Paul, the Sunday Shows Were Messy This Week

VodkaPundit

Stephen Green recaps the highlights (and lowlights) of the Sunday morning chat shows. Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3632

 
May 24, 2010 7min
Doo-Doo Economics: Flushing Tax Payer Dollars Down the Drain

AlfonZo Rachel Presents: ZoNation

Zo's uses a toilet to sum up how the government is wasting our hard earned money and plunging our economy in the crapper.  Watch and comment: http://pjtv.com/v/3621

Alfonzo Rachel, AlfonZo Rachel Presents: ZoNation, ZoNation ]

 
May 24, 2010 5min
Week in Blogs: Alabama's Young Boozer and Happy Draw Mohammed Day

VodkaPundit

VodkaPundit Stephen Green recaps all the internet has to offer to bring you the best (and worst) blog items of the week. On tap this week: another classic Alabama political ad, Elena Kagan's disappearing thesis and Mohammed riding a giraffe. Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3617

Week in Blogs, Vodkapundit, Stephen Green Vodkapundit ]

 
May 24, 2010 4min
Donut Eaters Beware: The EPA May Want You

Front Page with Allen Barton

Allen Barton talks to the Competitive Institute's Marlo Lewis about the Environmental Protection Agency's backdoor attempt to implement its own "Cap and Trade" and what Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski is doing to stop them.  

 

What will happen if the EPA is allowed to regulate CO2 emissions and enforce regulations without getting Congressional approval?  Your pocket book will be hit. Hard. Watch & Comment Here: http://pjtv.com/v/3628

 

If you respect the free market, you won't want to miss this informative interview.

Front Page with Allen Barton, Allen Barton, Marlo Lewis ]

 
May 24, 2010 12min
Eric Holder Can't Read (Arizona's Immigration Law)

The Hicks File

Pandering to Hispanic voters, the Nation's highest law official, Attorney General Eric Holder did a media blitz to criticize Arizona's new immigration law.  Problem is, he was speaking about the bill without having read it; it's only ten pages long! Watch and comment: http://pjtv.com/v/3619

Joe Hicks, The Hicks File ]

 
May 22, 2010 7min
Senate Passes Financial Reform Bill: Wall Street Takes the Hit

Front Page with Allen Barton

Congress is on the brink of passing the most comprehensive regulation of the financial industry since the Great Depression. Alex Epstein, from the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, and Terry Jones, Associate Editor for Investors Business Daily, join Allen Barton to discuss what this increased government oversight mean for Wall Street.  Watch and comment: http://pjtv.com/v/3626

Front Page with Allen Barton, Alex Epstein, Allen Barton, Terry Jones ]

 
May 22, 2010 13min
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