Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Obama Pulls a Fast One

Dick and Eileen Morris wrote in their book, Power Grab, that President Obama would be unable to get cap and trade through Congress, therefore opting for the executive action/regulation route. Well, the Morrises were spot on. “Obama now wants to take the whole issue of climate change and environmental regulation away from Congress and to vest it entirely in the executive branch by concluding a treaty on climate change.” And the details get stickier as Morris explains in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

How ISIS Gets Its Money

The ISIS coffers are overflowing in riches, raking in up to $2 million a day. But how on earth did they become so well-funded? Buck Sexton of The Blaze Network takes a close look at three areas where these Islamic terrorists line their pocketbooks. Find out where in this presentation of the Buck Sexton Show.

Life’s a Beach

From unnaturally colored sand to a spot where cows and humans frolic in harmony, Danger Dolan counts down the world’s 15 weirdest beaches, such as Barking Sands Beach on Kaua’i Island in Hawaii. The beach gets its peculiar name from the sounds it makes when visitors stroll on its sand. The sound comes from a unique blend of sand granules made from quartz grinding together. Tune in and enjoy the details on 14 other weird beaches around the world.

Obama a Pseudo Christian

President Obama’s recent diatribe ripping Christians, when he jumped into the brouhaha over the Indiana religious freedom law, has pundit Alfonzo Rachel red-hot under the collar. “Obama remarked at a prayer breakfast that he’s concerned about less-than-loving expressions from Christians,” Rachel says. “Well I get concerned to. I’m concerned that Obama is an opposer who’s as much a Christian as RuPaul is a female.” Listen to more of Rachel’s response in this charged edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

A Climate Change Reversal

“At Howard University, President Obama discussed the effects of climate change on public health,” Jodi Miller reports. “It seems that global warming is causing more and more of us to get frostbite.” In this week’s NewsBusted, Miller features Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul, Yemen, Ellen DeGeneres and Rahm Emmanuel.

Shut Up and Listen

Tom Yorton, CEO of Second City Works, says the single most important skill we could have in our arsenal is listening. “You have to work at listening. You have to practice it,” says Yorton, whose Second City Works is the world’s leading comedy theater and leading school of improvisation. “I think the biggest thing about all of our stuff with improvisation is it’s the idea of being in practice and not just taking it for granted.” Listen to the rest of Yorton’s logic in this presentation of “Big Think” on Liberty Pen.

Misinterpreting the Bible

Many Christians interpret the Holy Bible in different ways, but host Elliott Morgan of Mental Floss says there are many misconceptions that have been attributed to the religious tome that will surprise you. Morgan does his best to debunk these mistruths.

Muslim Now Wives On the Menu

Sheik Abdul Aziz broke the news recently that Muslims are now allowed to kill and eat their wives under very specific circumstances. The declaration has taken many aback, including Wild Bill, who says, “As a Christian I really have to admit that I don’t understand the way you guys treat your wives. See, God commands Christians to love their wives so much that we would lay down our lives for them.” Tune in to this edition of Wild Bill for American to listen to Wild Bill’s litany of civility.

No Luck At All

A lady in Louisiana called “the unluckiest woman in America” refused to move away from her native state despite losing five homes to hurricanes. After she had lost four homes, the A&E reality show, “Hideous Houses,” called and offered to do a $20,000 makeover on her fifth home. As her bad luck would have it, Hurricane Isaac demolished the structure a few months later. Check out nine other of the unluckiest people on the planet in this edition of Top Trending.

Hawking is Wrong On God

Patriot Joe Dan Gorman takes exception with theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking over his view of the Almighty. Says Gorman, “Stephen Hawking is in many respects a genius. But in my summation, he’s a bitter, angry little man who, because he contracted a horrible disease, goes to wildly illogical extremes to prove there is no God.” Joe Dan also weighs in on the caustic U.S.-Israel relationship in light of the ongoing negotiations with Iran to secure a nuclear weapon. “Even the French have a tougher line against Iran than we do,” Gorman says. “We are the new France. Thanks Obama.” Gorman also takes a closer look at the Administration’s bogus climate change discourse, voter ID fraud and, of course, Obama’s atrocities, in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

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