Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Banned S. Bowl Commercials

The Ukraine Arsenal video blog features a group of well-produced and hilarious commercials that were banned from past Super Bowl telecasts. Should they have run? You be the judge.

Newsflash! Obama Obeys Law

“President Obama recently said he would not seek a third term even if the law allowed it,” Jodi Miller reports. “Legal experts say it’s the first law Obama has ever agreed to obey.” In this edition of NewsBusted, Miller also takes aim at Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Martin O’Malley, Clinton’s e-mails and Jennifer Lopez.

Carson Calls Cruz a Cheater

GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson isn’t mincing words. He says Ted Cruz cheated on his way to winning the Iowa caucuses. Carson contends that Cruz’s campaign staff incorrectly and purposely spread the word to Iowa caucus voters that the good doctor had or was planning on suspending his campaign. “There has never been a more tainted victory in the Iowa caucuses,” said Jason Osborne, senior communications strategist for Ben Carson for America. “From the mailing denounced by the Iowa Secretary of State to his abject lies about Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Ted Cruz demonstrated he is the worst kind of Washington insider.” Carson details Cruz’s missteps on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.”

Is There Life After Iowa?

Is there life beyond the Iowa caucuses for the embattled presidential candidates? Plenty of life, according to political strategist Dick Morris. In the Republican race, Ted Cruz pulled a few rabbits out of his conservative hat, Donald Trump showed some vulnerability and Marco Rubio was king among the late-deciders. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders shook up the political landscape by virtually dead-heating with Hillary Clinton, who at one point enjoyed a 50-point advantage. Several news organizations had the race at 49.8-to 49.2, Clinton. A nailbiter! Morris dissects both races in depth in this special election edition of Dick Morris Reports.

FBI Closing in On Hillary

Although Hillary Clinton pulled out a closer-than-expected victory in the Iowa caucuses, rest assured that Bernie Sanders is the least of her worries. That would be the FBI and the e-mail scandal that won’t go away. In the latest development, the U.S. Inspector General released a fresh batch of e-mails, some of which are the very top of the secretive classification chain. “Not only is there secret material involved–classified material–but exposure of that material could lead to the deaths and compromising of American agents abroad or to the damage of those cooperating with them,” says political strategist Dick Morris. He explains Hillary’s sordid conundrum, which may well end in the appointment of a special prosecutor and/or her indictment in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

Tie-Iowa Bad News For Hillary

Avowed socialist candidate Bernie Sanders astounded the political world by battling the more established Hillary Clinton to a virtual tie in the Iowa caucuses. So that begs the question: Is this really a good result for Clinton? Fox News host Sean Hannity welcomes contributors Doug Schoen and Monica Crowley for a spirited debate in this election-night special.

Obamacare Cratering

Fox News White House correspondent Kevin Corke reports that President Obama’s signature legislation–the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare–is buckling under unforeseen problems by the administration. And the diagnosis going forward isn’t pretty. Obama recently crowed about securing health insurance for 18 million people who didn’t have it before, failing to mention the millions more who are still uninsured and the skyrocketing premiums for those struggling with the bureaucracy of Obamacare. “The Affordable Care Act is buckling under the weight of reality,” Corke says. “That according to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, which says the number of new enrollees into Obamacare is cratering.” Corke explains further in this appearance on “Special Report” with Bret Baier.

Carlin Ahead Of His Time

The late comedian and social critic George Carlin was ahead of his time when he took a swipe at global warming during one of his acts. “We’ve only been engaged in heavy industry for a little over 200 years–200 years versus four and one-half billion,” says Carlin, who died in 2008. “And we have the conceit to think that we are somehow still a threat. That somehow we’re going to put in jeopardy this beautiful little, blue-green ball that’s just a floatin’ around the sun. The planet has been through a lot worse than us.” Listen to Carlin’s entertaining show that makes you think twice. Be forewarned that the video contains language that may be objectionable.

The Presidential Trump

“He has a commanding presence right now, whether he wins or not,” an Iowan tells “InfoWars” of maverick presidential candidate Donald J. Trump. It’s a sentiment that has swept across the farmlands of Iowa and the country since the brash billionaire announced his candidacy last summer. Despite a sometimes hostile lamestream media, The Donald’s message is resonating. He is his own man, eschews political correctness and truly believes in his campaign slogan to “make America great again.” Witness the power of Trump as he campaigns in Iowa.

Who Won Trumpless Debate?

Political strategist and former consultant to President Clinton, Dick Morris, analyzes the pre-Iowa caucuses debate. Morris dissects the issues and what effect an absent Donald Trump had. Morris also announces who he thought performed best in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

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