|Obama Administration Preempts Common Sense on Illegal Immigration|| |
Joe Hicks states his case and proves that the Obama Administration's opposition to the Arizona immigration law is based on politics and not precedent. Hicks shows you why the AZ law is not discriminatory, and why Eric Holder is respecting illegal immigrants more than the law. Hear more on this episode of the Hicks File.
|Jul 17, 2010||7min|
|THE WEEK IN BLOGS: Everybody Hates Keith, Plus Blondes Unite Against Obama ... and for Beer!|| |
Busted! See Stephen Green's favorite open container law violation.
|Jul 17, 2010||4min|
|Dana Loesch Calls Bulls**t on Penn Jillette|| |
After appearing on Larry King Live and arguing with Dana Loesch, James Carville and Stephanie Miller over the Afghanistan War, Penn Jillette took to his YouTube page to declare that no one agrees with him. Dana Loesch delivers a tongue-in-cheek rebuttle to Penn and his BS on a special video retort.
|Jul 16, 2010||12min|
|NAACP Doubles Down on Hypocrisy, Plus Illinois Incumbents Spin Web of Red Tape for Challengers|| |
Dana Loesch asks whether the NAACP has a double standard when it comes to civil rights. See the shocking footage of the Ken Gladney beating, plus more on Illinois State Senate candidate Cedra Crenshaw.
|Jul 16, 2010||19min|
|Financial Regulation: How to Kill Jobs in 2,300 Pages or Less|| |
The founding fathers built a lasting republic in just a few pages. So why does this Congress need thousands of pages to create additional financial regulations? Front Page asks whether anyone really knows what is in the financial reform bill, or what powers it grants to new bureaucracies. Are mountains of additional regulations the answer? And what about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Allen Barton gets the answers from Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com.
|Jul 16, 2010||11min|
|Pundits Gone Wild: The Megyn Kelly Smackdown, and the Larry King Tongue-Loesching|| |
See the red hot blond on blond footage that is burning up the internet. Megyn Kelly gives Kirsten Powers a serious tongue-lashing on Fox News. Stephen Kruiser wonders why Megyn wouldn't let Andrea Tantaros in on the action. Plus, Dana Loesch sets Stephanie Miller straight on the set of Larry King Live, and Chris Matthews becomes obsessed with race. The Olbermannometer, Ed Schultz, and more on this week’s Kruiser Control.
|Jul 16, 2010||14min|
|War of the Words: General Petraeus v. Obama and Islam (Members Only)|| |
Is the Obama Administration declaring a war on words and not on terror? Will Obama's policy on the religion that shall not be named (read: Islam), clash with the Petraeus Doctrine? Is it possible to divorce the words "Islam" and "Jihad" from the violent acts committed in their names? This absurdity gets the NSR treatment.
Bill Whittle, Cliff May and Austin Bay take a closer look at terrorism, al Qaeda, Africa, and the Al Shabab bombing in Uganda.
|Jul 16, 2010||14min|
|The Intellectual Ghetto: Marginalization in the Media|| |
Is the Metropolitan Opera racist because there are few minorities in the audience? What about the Tea Parties? Are black intellectuals, especially conservatives, marginalized by the media? Joe Hicks gets the answers about identity politics and current events as he interviews syndicated columnist Deroy Murdock. Hear more about race, Israel, Netanyahu, Michael Steele, and the Tea Party movement.
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|Jul 15, 2010||13min|
|Suing Al Jazeera for Aiding & Abetting Hezbollah's 2006 Rocket Attacks on Israel|| |
A group of more than 90 Israelis wounded by Hezbollah rockets during the 2006 war is suing Al-Jazeera for $1.2 billion. They claim the Qatar-based news network helped Hezbollah by intentionally violating Israel's military censorship regulations and that Al Jezeera's reporting helped Hezbollah to aim its rockets more accurately at Israeli targets. Hezbollah launched approximately 4,000 rockets into Israel during the monthlong war in 2006.
|Jul 15, 2010||4min|
|New Taliban Tactic: Monkey See, Monkey Shoot? And the Iranian Nuke Scientist's Bizarre Saga|| |
On today's NSR we take a sober look at the Afghan Taliban's latest threat: Monkey Jihadists. Could the Chinese reports on this simian story be true? Do we need to fear the monkey? Cliff May and Austin Bay weigh in with some much-needed perspective...as well as a healthy dose of humor.
Plus, what's the real story behind the "kidnapped" Iranian nuclear scientist, turned YouTube sensation, turned millionaire? The NSR gang piece together the likely story and why it's probably more tragic than it is bizarre.
|Jul 15, 2010||11min|