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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!

Lame Congress Strikes Again

“President Obama announced new restrictions on greenhouse gas omissions,” reports Jodi Miller. “As expected, Republicans in Congress are vowing to fight the plan–a virtual guarantee that they will do absolutely nothing.” Miller also zeroes in on Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Joe Biden, Cuba, Rick Perry and Ray Rice in this edition of NewsBusted.

TAPS a Memorial Day Blessing

As we celebrate Memorial Day and the patriots who paid the ultimate price for their country, Fox News features the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), an organization that helps families cope with the unimaginable loss of a loved one. Host Elizabeth Prann discusses the program and its benefits with TAPS founder and president Bonnie Carroll and Amy Stoddard, whose husband was a casualty of the Afghanistan War in 2005.

God Bless Our Military

We join the masses across America to pay tribute to the men and women, both past and present, who defend the freedoms we all enjoy. May God bless them all. And may God bless America.

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.

50 Shades of Barack Obama

Andrew Klavan asks, “After years of bad government and high-level corruption, does Barack Obama really love America?” Klavan hones in on the answer as he reviews the steamy, new novel, 50 Shades of Barack Obama in this edition of Truth Revolt.

A Matter Of Transparency

Marc Hyden, of Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, says conservatives should fight for transparency when it comes to death-penalty drugs. “When you’re talking about the transparency issues where they’re making these secret drug combinations, it has nothing to do with national security but it’s being paid for with taxpayer funds so we deserve and have the right to know where that money is going.” Hyden elaborates in this special edition of Reason TV.

Obama Stands With the Muslims

In President Obama’s book, The Audacity of Hope, our illustrious Commander in Chief gave us a precursor of the calamity to come in his administration. Obama proclaims in the book that he will stand with the Muslims if the political winds shift in an ugly direction. Six years into his presidency, it appears Muslims themselves have shifted the winds in an ugly direction while Obama stands unconcerned on the sidelines. “One thing is clear, Obama will not be standing for American values, or principles, or for our allies, or for our military,” says Wild Bill. Tune in to this edition of Wild Bill for America as he explains.

The Holy War Begins

The ISIS beheadings of 21 Christians from Egypt shocked the world and has Fox News’ anchor Bill O’Reilly fuming. Meanwhile our illustrious president remains on the sidelines, reluctant to confront the terrorism head-on. O’Reilly, who now sees the Middle East disaster as the beginning of a new Holy War, points out that 57 percent of Americans disapprove of the way President Obama is handling the ISIS crisis and 47 percent favor sending ground troops to Syria and Iraq to combat the problem, according to a recent Fox News Poll. Says O’Reilly, “The utter brutality that faces the world and the country today has to be confronted, and somebody has to lead that effort.” Don’t miss the rest of O’Reilly’s commentary.

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