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PJTV’s 2016 Crystal Ball

As we embark on 2016, host John Phillips, talk-show host Leo Terrell and comedian Stephen Kruiser take a stab at prognosticating the future in the new year. Among the subjects–presidential politics and homeland security in this PJTV Special.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

As we reflect on 2015, we wish our readers peace, harmony and love, and offer a big hug for their wholehearted support. In the spirit of of the holiday season, please enjoy the following musical blog by prolific singer-songwriter, Enya. Merry Christmas and Happy New year! And in the words of Wild Bill–May America Bless God, Again.

Obama’s Lackeys Upset

“President Obama said he underestimated America’s anxiety over terrorism, because he didn’t watch enough cable news,” Jodi Miller reports. “His comments came as a major disappointment to all of his lackeys at MSNBC.” Miller fires up the Christmas spirit further with Hillary Clinton, Paul Ryan, Michelle Obama, Bowe Bergdahl, Susan Rice and Willie Nelson in this holiday issue of NewsBusted.

Billionaire Extravagance

It’s nice to be rich. Just ask some of the planet’s billionaires, who can lay out the cash in the most eccentric manner. Take Saudi Prince Alwaleed, an avid automobile collector, who spent $48 million on his 38th addition to his garage–a diamond-encrusted Mercedes Benz. Among other jewels, the car is decorated with Swarovski crystals. The body, the tailpipe, the wheel rims, the logo and even the door handles are covered in diamonds. Top Trending features nine other “toys” purchases by the richest of the richest.

God Bless Our Veterans

As we pay tribute to the brave men and women of our military, we proclaim, “God Bless our Veterans and God Bless the USA.

Creepiest Places On Earth

Somber, weird or evil, there is something that’s just downright creepy about the following 10 locations that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand. Take the Sanzhi UFO Houses, a set of abandoned pod-shaped buildings in New Tapei City, Taiwan, which served as a vacation resort for U.S. military stationed in the area. The project was shut down in 1980 due to financial issues and several incidents, such as several car accidents and suicides, earning it a reputation for being cursed. Check out nine other equally weird locales in this edition of Hybrid Librarian.

Cartoon Predicts the Future

Author and liberty activist Tarrin Lupo says he received a 50-year-old cartoon that remarkably predicts the future, forewarning why incessant government intervention is a mortal threat to our very freedom, our precious system of free enterprise. Check out this prophetic gem, courtesy of LCLReport.com.

A Different Outcome in WWI

Author Niall Ferguson’s The Pity of War examines what the world be like–especially the European Union–if Germany had been victorious in World War I. In his tome, Ferguson destroys many myths of the world’s first major conflict and asks many direct and impolite questions. Political pundit Dick Morris says perhaps the major benefit of a German victory would have quashed the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. “The stab in the back theory that animated Hitler’s rise to power was based on Germany losing World War I when it thought that it was on verge of winning it,” Morris says. “And that would not have taken place and Hitler would not have been propelled into power. Germany would not have had to pay huge reparations to the rest of the world and therefore would not have had mega-inflation, would not have had the economic collapse, and Hitler would not exist.” Morris elaborates further in this educational edition of Dick Morris Reports.

The Power Of the Lens

In this video blog by Perfet Life, a moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years demonstrates the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty and the triumph of the human spirit.

Faster Than Speed Of Light

From animals that are made for speed to the fastest movement we know of, Danger Dolan counts down the 15 fastest things known to mankind. The list examines humans, animals, missiles, cars and, of course, extraterrestrial objects, such as stars. Check out what is the fastest object in the universe. Faster than light, if you can believe it!

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