Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Bunker Goes Off On Democrats

Fed up with Washington and politicians, Archie Bunker rails on the plight of the Democratic Party in this classic edition of “All in the Family.” Archie tells Edith, “The Democrats are going to have us over the hill to the poorhouse. And we ain’t going to be able to drive over there ’cause we ain’t got no gas, we’re going to have to walk it.” Check out Bunker’s rant in this special edition of LOL and the lighter side of life.

On the Trump Bandwagon

Political pundit Joe Dan Gorman continues his case for Republican candidate Donald Trump in “The Yuge Case for Donald Trump Part II.” Gorman says, “When I decided to come out of the closet as a Trump supporter, I figured some of my viewers would get upset. Truth be told, I’m not here to make friends. I love you all, but I’m here to do everything I can and fight as hard as I can to help save this country.” Gorman explains his support for Trump in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Animals Key to Immortality

Want to live forever? The answers may be hidden in the animal kingdom, such as the life of lobsters. Unlike most animals, lobsters don’t get weaker and more vulnerable as they get older, they just get bigger. Find out why, and check out nine other animals who may hold the key to immortality in humans.

Frankensteins of Missouri

The radical students of the University of Missouri have allegedly launched an attack against institutional racism. Wild Bill doesn’t buy it. “Left-wing educators have worked hard who would take down traditional America,” he says. “Now let’s see if this spreads to other campuses across the country. It would serve them right if it did. The America-hating left being eaten alive by their own monsters.”

A Nightmare in Paris

What are believed to be a series of brutal, coordinated attacks rocked Paris, France. The attacks, which some sources say were believed to be carried out by ISIS operatives, targeted several restaurants, bars and a popular nightclub in the city’s vibrant center district. The majority of the fatalities came at the Bataclan concert hall, where the attackers held hundreds hostage before police stormed the building and ended the siege. French President Francois Hollande has declared Marshall Law, shutting down the country’s borders and halting mass transportation. (UPDATE: Official sources lowered the number of fatalities to 120-plus Saturday morning, 11-14,15.) Courtesy of Go Viral News.

It’s Easy to Despise Taxes

The IRS and taxes are the bane of Americans come mid-April. And to pour a little salt on the wound, List 25 has compiled some facts you probably didn’t know that will make you hate taxes even more. For example, corporate giants General Electric made more than $4 billion in 2010 and Bank of America $4.4 billion in 2009. Guess how much these loophole-happy companies paid in taxes? A big, fat ZERO.

Reagan Democrats the Key

In case you haven’t noticed, the Republicans have a horse race on their hands in the race for the White House. And judging the the the fourth debate earlier this week, not one of the 12 candidates really had a break-out moment. Political strategist Dick Morris says the key to winning the White House in this cycle are the Reagan Democrats, who strayed from their party in the ’80s. “The Reagan Democrats were originally attracted to Reagan because of tax cuts, and welfare and other spending cuts,” he says. Morris elaborates in this edition of Dick Morris Reports, and continues his analysis of the debate.

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.

Putin Wins Power Struggle

Forbes Magazine has named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world’s most powerful person,” Jodi Miller reports. “President Obama came in third, but it’s not really fair, because in Russia being president is a full-time job.” Miller also zeroes in on Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Jimmy Fallon on this edition of NewsBusted.

The Era Of Stupidity

Sorry to break the bad news to you, folks, but we’re in the era of stupidity, the dumbing down of America. Or as political commentator Bill Whittle succinctly puts it, “We are a nation of watchers, not doers.” We still have American citizens who believe that the moon landing was a hoax, although every conceivable misconception has been debunked. And we have those who are adamant that 9/11 was a U.S. conspiracy. “We live in the age of the great unlearning,” Whittle says. “A time where more and more people simply walk away from the library of hard-won knowledge and achievement because they’re bored with it.” Although Millenials shoulder a lot of the blame for the shift, the problem bridges several generations. Yes, including the Boomers. Whittle finishes his point and offers solutions in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

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