Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Obama Giving Iran Millions

Not only is President Obama unabashedly appeasing Iran in every which way, he’s handing them billions of dollars every month. Turns out that the Shah of Iran salted away about $12 billion in U.S. banks during his reign, which was frozen by presidents Carter and Reagan when the regime crumbled. But part of the Geneva interim agreement, titled the Joint Plan of Action, regarding current nuclear negotiations with Iran, Obama agreed to unfreeze the assets and return them at a rate of $490 billion a month. Incredible! “It is becoming clear that Obama is actually helping Iran,” Morris says. “It’s in effect foreign aid.” Check out the rest of Morris’ report.

Detroit Sucks, But Why?

PJTV’s Steven Crowder takes a closer look at the city of Detroit, which transformed from the envy of the industrial world to a city in ruins. The Motor City unemployment rate is sky high, the economy in in ruins and the real estate market has collapsed. Why has this happened? Crowder asks. “It’s no secret that Detroit’s run by leftists,” Crowder says. “Every single mayor of Detroit since 1961 has been a liberal. It is the city of entitlement programs.” And hold on, the corrupt unions are not without blame. Crowder says the UAW has run the auto industry into the ground and the teachers’ union has destroyed education. “Detroit has been the perfect laboratory for leftist policies at work for nearly half a century.” Tune in to hear more from Crowder in this edition of “Louder With Crowder” on PJTV.

Poor Can Sometimes Mean Rich

Henry Reich tells us that the poorest places on the planet can also be the richest. Although this is especially prevalent in nature, it can also apply to the human landscape. “In nature, as in human society, plenty of resources doesn’t necessarily translate into ‘everyone gets plenty,'” Reich says. He gets into the nuts and bolts about why poor places are more diverse in this edition of Minute Earth.

Our Universe and Beyond

Every time you get upset about something insignificant, just sit back and think of our home–our Earth, our solar system, our universe, our Milky Way Galaxy. But that’s not where it ends. In the following 209 seconds that will make you question your existence, Buzz Feed Blue takes a mesmerizing look at our universe and beyond.

Obama the Messiah

“Readers were disappointed to learn that a boy who once claimed to have died and visited heaven recanted his story,” Jodi Miller reports. “Meanwhile the man who promised us heaven is still sticking with his story.” Miller also gives us the goods of President Obama’s military approval, political polls, the IRS, Dartmouth College and the administrations ISIS strategy in this edition of NewsBusted.

A Logjam of GOP Candidates

As the 2016 presidential election season revs up, Republicans find themselves with an embarrassing wealth of potential candidates. Many pundits assert the full bench of hopefuls spells doom, other say the robust debate leading up to the primary season will strengthen the eventual nominee. PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Kruiser, Scott Ott and Stephen Green debate the merits of what should be an eventful run up to the Republican National Convention in July.

Clowning a Risky Business

Granted, there are plenty of scary jobs around, but take a gander at the 15 most scariest as documented in this edition of Danger Dolan. For example, the rodeo clown, who is tasked with distracting 2,000-pound Brahmam bulls while at the same time entertaining the unsuspecting fans in the bleachers. While the most experienced and athletic clowns pull down six figures in salary, they risk their lives at every performance while trying to escape the razor-sharp Brahmam bull horns and their powerful physiques, which could crush them to death in an instant.

The Ten Big Ones

Some of American’s worst problems, from reckless spending that has led to economic disaster to people getting confused by their own reproductive organs, can be easily reconciled by The Ten Big Ones–The Ten Commandments. Even the Great Communicator, President Ronald Reagan, said, “There is no limit to the problems we can solve by remembering that those are 10 commandments, not 10 suggestions.” In this edition of Wild Bill for America, Wild Bill explains the power of The Ten Commandments handed down by God to Moses.

Molecule Magic

Unbeknownst to us, there are trillions of incredibly powerful molecules working miracles in our bodies. Michael Aranda demonstrates how awesome the human organism is by giving us a fascinating look at the five most important molecules that keep us ticking in this edition of SciShow.

Free Enterprise Helps the Poor

Perhaps one of the most popular myths surrounding free enterprise is that it hurts the poor. Wrong, says Arthur Brooks, social scientist and president of the American Enterprise Institute. The percentage of the world’s population living on the equivalent of less than $1 per day has fallen by more than 80 percent since the ’70s, Brooks says, and it’s not because of foreign aid, nor any other government handout. It’s because of free enterprise. “There has never been a force that comes close to helping the poor like free enterprise,” he says. Brooks debunks four other myths about free enterprise in this edition of Prager University.

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