Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Happy Easter

As Christians worldwide celebrate Easter Sunday, Pascha in non-English speaking countries, we reflect on the true meaning of this most sacred holiday. The following video, produced by, presents a brief history of Easter, from the resurrection of Jesus Christ to the more traditional and commercial aspects of the holiday.

Fast As a Speeding Bullet

Mother Nature boasts its own gallery of of superstars, including the unbelievably agile mantis shrimp. This tiny creature is known for its unusual behavior and the most complex eyes in the animal kingdom. But there’s more. The mantis shrimp’s stealth hunting technique includes accelerating up to 75 feet per second, or as fast as a bullet, and strikes its prey with an impact of 1,000 times its own weight. Meet nine other of Mother Nature’s real-life Pokemon with real superpowers in this edition of Hybrid Librarian.

The Silence Of the Liberals

Not surprisingly, liberals are beginning to second guess their policies in light of President Obama’s dismal failures on the economic front and his disastrous performance in foreign policy. Truth be said, the setbacks in Washington are shaking the very foundation of liberalism, according to PJ Media co-founder Roger L. Simon. “Liberalism is very faith-based in a sense that’s it’s not really based on reason so much that it is on a lot of propaganda that my generation is largely responsible for,” Simon says. “And now that it’s not working out, what do you do, how do you work it out, how psychologically … you sort of go into yourself and disappear. I think that what it’s about. It’s very hard for any human being to say I was wrong.” Join PJTV’s Michelle Fields as she continues the discussion with Simon.

Patriot Factor Kicks In

In this edition of Wild Bill for America, conservative pundit Wild Bill praises Diane Sori and her blog, “The Patriot Factor,” as a prime source for hard-hitting news and commentary. Says Wild Bill, “Diane’s ‘Patriot Factor’ is more than just a name for the site, it reminds us of the power of we the people.” Wild Bill also touches on how patriotic ranchers in Nevada stood their ground in a land dispute leading to a retreat by the feds, Senator Harry Reid’s clandestine dealings with the Chinese and some new evidence on the Benghazi scandal.

Jeb Gaining Traction

So what’s all the fuss about Jeb Bush? The latest rising star of the Bush clan is raising eyebrows, and many political-savvy pundits are already handing him the GOP nomination in the 2016 presidential election. His likely opponent? Another Clinton. Hillary, that is. Conservative radio talk show host Andrew Wilkow discusses the looming presidential race with Republican strategist Dee Dee Benkie and Democratic strategist Steve Leser on The Blaze News Network.


A Birds-eye View

After years of research, scientists are finally beginning to understand the meaning of birds-eye view. While humans have three color receptor cells, or cones, in our eyes to detect red, blue and green, birds are blessed with four. SciShow’s Hank Green tells us that birds not only can see the Earth’s magnetic field but also ultraviolet light, and throws in a few more amazing facts about our fine feathered friends.

Poll Says Legal Weed Inevitable

A CBS poll conducted by political consultant and noted pollster Frank Luntz reveals there is a major shift in the sentiment toward legalizing marijuana. The poll showed that 54 percent said pot should be legal, up from 41 percent in 2010. And an eye-popping 75 percent feel that smoking pot will eventually become law soon. Luntz leads an animated focus group of 25 as they debate the issue on CBS This Morning.

Happy Tax Day

Remy parodies Pharrell Williams’ hit song “Happy” in this tribute to Tax Day on Reason TV. Rejoin us here on LOL next Tuesday for another peek at the lighter side of life. — The Wickel

Beam Me Up, Scotty

The Mars rover, Curiosity, has snapped some amazing photos of the Red Planet since touching down in a large crater in 2012. Now comes a photo transmission that blows the mind and has scientists searching for answers–or, hiding its contents. The photo show the barren Martian landscape with what appears to be a light beam shooting up from the ground. In this edition of SourceFed, Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan speculate on what the image is.

Government Destined to Fail

From health care to the workplace, government’s sticky fingers are increasingly interferring with our lives. Professor of Law Emeritus, Peter Schuck, author of Why Government Fails So Often: And How It Can Do Better,” explains the growing intrusion into our lives and the ramifications therein in this presentation to the Cato Institute.

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