Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Shin-Kicking Madness

Ever play shin-kicking, where the contestants pound the living daylights out of their opponents shins? The object of the sport is get your opponent to fall to the ground. In the old days, rumor has it that contestants wore steel-toed boots to crunch their foes. To this day the sport still draws thousands of fans. Check out 14 other dumb sports in this edition of Danger Dolan.

Human Extinction Inevitable

The Global Catastrophic Risks Survey says there’s a 19 percent probability that humans will become extinct by the year 2100. Host Michael Stevens asks, “Are humans going to go extinct soon? Will human extinction be anthropogenic, that is the result of human action, or will it be one of the good old-fashioned kinds of extinction Earth’s history knows pretty well?” Stevens digs deeper into the questions and gets some possible solutions in this stirring edition of Vsauce.

Obama-Iran: Let’s Make A Deal

Jodi Miller reports, “In an interview with NBC News, Iran’s foreign minister renewed his country’s vow to annihilate Israel. To which President Obama said, ‘Let’s make a deal.” In this edition of NewsBusted, Miller also places the spotlight on Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Al Sharpton, Eric Holder and Apple.

How to Perfect Government

Is the United States getting too damn big to govern? How can we possibly shrink government? These are the questions dangling over PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew as they discuss how they would perfect government. Check out some interesting solutions from Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott.

Obama Ends Net Freedom

The Internet is being executed and being put under government slavery. That’s the word from political pundit Dick Morris. The recently imposed regulations by the Federal Communications Commission under the guise to terminate Internet neutrality, will actually end Internet freedom, Morris says. “Obama will have accomplished a goal that Vladimir Putin would love to achieve, which is ending Internet freedom,” Morris says. He explains in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.

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.

Your Brain On Extreme Weather

Extreme weather, snowmaggedon and polar vortex are terms that have dominated your local weather channels. But Minute Earth tells us that rain or shine, our minds tend to prize their freshest impressions. “Even when we experience the same weird weather events as other people, we don’t always agree on how weird they were,” says host Emily Elert. Even politics plays a major role.

It’s Good to Be King

Joe Dan Gorman says Rudy’s right: “Obama does not love America. But it’s not just Obama, it’s the entire progressive left.” Gorman derides Captain Destructo-O’s pomp and petulance, touches on lying VA chief Robert McDonald and a host of other issues that have taken America to the brink in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

White Holes Rare But Possible

Black holes, where gravity becomes so intense that it overwhelms everything, are major forces in our universe. White holes, on the other hand, could be described as black holes in reverse, a virtual impossibility. But SciShow’s Reid Reimers says science has revealed that they are technically possible and, “We might have seen one.”

Bubba Painted in Bad Light

It looks like the infamous Monica Lewinsky is still haunting Bubba, aka Bill Clinton. Our 43rd president is steaming that his official portrait in the National Gallery includes a symbol of scandal–a shadow of Lewinsky’s dreaded blue dress. In this edition of “Up or Down” on PJTV, host John Phillips, civil rights defense attorney Leo Terrell and comedian Stephen Kruiser debate this issue in addition to a posthumous Medal of Honor for Chris Kyle and Taco Bell’s latest crunchy creation.

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