|PJTV REPORT: Banning Those Who Ban The Koran, & Bracing for a Midterm Tidal Wave|| |
Alexis Garcia and Danika Quinn take you through the big stories on PJTV.
|Oct 20, 2010||11min|
|Political Mad Men: The Best and Worst Campaign Ads of the Season|| |
The Trifecta gang looks at this election season's most notable political advertisements.
|Oct 13, 2010||10min|
|"WTF Happened in 1773?" The Daily Kos Crowd Slams Palin & Flunks History (Members Only)|| |
You've got to wonder if Sarah Palin knows she's playing all the haters like a fiddle. Every time they attack her, she emerges stronger.
|Oct 20, 2010||7min|
|2010 Election: Can the GOP Expect an Election Earthquake?|| |
Alexis Garcia talks to Horace Cooper of the Washington Times and Time Carney of the Washington Examiner about the 2010 races.
|Oct 8, 2010||20min|
|A New Majority: Support for Tea Party Candidates Reaches New High in PJTV's Tea Party Tracking Poll|| |
For the first time, a majority of likely voters say they would vote for a Tea Party candidate.
|Aug 25, 2010||4min|
|A November to Remember? Scott Rasmussen Reads the Pulse of the Electorate|| |
Glenn Reynolds talks with Scott Rasmussen, pollster and author of Mad as Hell.
|Sep 15, 2010||10min|
|A Star Is Born, and Her Name Is Noem (Members Only)|| |
Bryan Preston and Alexis Garcia bring you up to date on political campaigns around the nation.
|Oct 13, 2010||5min|
|All Aboard the Van Tran Train|| |
California Democrat Loretta Sanchez has made the race against Van Tran (R-CA) about race and party. Can he overcome the racially polarizing comments of Rep. Sanchez?
|Oct 29, 2010||7min|
|All Fizzle, No Sizzle: Obama's Recovery Summer Fails to Warm Jobs Numbers|| |
Listen to Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com discuss recovery summer with Allen Barton.
|Aug 6, 2010||13min|
|ALL PAIN, NO GAIN: Dems Face Prospect of Big GOP Gains in Congress|| |
Horace Cooper of the Washington Times talks to Danika Quinn about the 2010 midterm elections. Some observers think the GOP will gain dozens of seats. Will Democratic losses signal a rejection of Obama's policies?
|Oct 18, 2010||12min|