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Smartphones A Threat to FBI

FBI Director James Comey told 60 Minutes that he’s worried that the new wave of smartphones are allowing users to encrypt their data. In other words, they’re locking out the FBI. Comey says it’s putting people beyond the law. But is it really an assault on our freedom as protected by the Fourth Amendment? PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott discuss the delicate issue of personal freedom versus government intrusion.

Loch Ness Socialism

Bill Whittle takes aim at the Socialist Utopia of progressives. Like the Loch Ness monster, Whittle says, Socialist Utopia is a cryptid, something rumored to exist but without actual proof. Magical thinking, in other words. “Magical thinking not only dulls reason, it kills reason,” he says. “Because magical thinking is actually a form of anti-thinking. It’s belief in something not because of evidence but in spite of evidence.” Listen to the rest of Whittle’s analysis on this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

America the Beautiful

It wasn’t long out West when thick smog obliterated the view of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles; the Great Lakes were cesspools of toxic waste and factories belched smoke all across the country. The good news today, is that the smog is gone, the Great Lakes are teeming with fish and America’s skies are practically free of poison. Political commentator Bill Whittle says that despite the bleak issues facing our country, America still is engulfed in the exceptionalism that has made it the greatest nation in the world. Listen to his extraordinary tribute in this unusual episode of “Afterburner.”

Benghazi Back On Center Stage

Cheryl Atkinson, investigative reporter for the Daily Signal, is reporting that Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Ray Maxwell saw fellow State Department officials separating documents related to the Benghazi crisis to protect officials. These revelations from the latest government whistleblower has catapulted Benghazi and more charges of a cover-up back into the limelight. PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott join a lively discussion on the topic.

Tie-Dyed Tyranny Modernized

During the first half of the 20th century, oppressive nations, such as Germany and Russia, once used secret police forces to make sure the masses were in compliance. “The Gestapo and NKVD used terror, murder and random arrests to make millions obey the will of the handful of those pulling the levers of power,” Bill Whittle says. The phenomenon, which Whittle calls Tie-Dyed Tyranny, has taken root under the guise of environmentalism in Washington State. Whittle explains in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

Nixon No Match For Obama

Roger Stone, self-proclaimed hitman to President Nixon, says when it comes to illicit action in the White House, President Obama has Tricky Dicky beaten by a large margin. “When it comes to extra-constitutional, extra-legal activities, Barack Obama makes Richard Nixon look like a Boy Scout,” Stone says. Join Stone as he lays out his case against Obama in an interview with Bill Whittle in this edition of PJTV.

The Rich and Poor Get Richer

A recent study on poverty in America by the Heritage Foundation found that the rich are getting richer. But guess what? The poor are getting richer, too. So don’t put too much credence in the annoying rhetoric streaming from the Democrat Party and mainstream media lamenting the struggles of the less fortunate. Bill Whittle says we should be celebrating poor America’s riches, and he has the facts to back it up in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Defining Truth

PJTV gurus Andrew Klavan and Bill Whittle define the ever-absorbing question that has befuddled mankind: What is the truth? Listen in as each gets a bit philosophical in their responses.

The Global Warming Hoax

The “Trifecta” crew analyzes recent evidence that could ultimately label global warming as the second-greatest hoax of alltime. The trio of host Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Kruiser discuss a recent article by Chrstopher Booker in Britain’s Telegraph landed another blow against man-made global warming. Says Whittle, “For 30 years now, what he correctly describes as one of the most accurate temperature data sets in the world, those recorded by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Adminisration (NOAA), turns out that that data has been fudged.” The “Trifecta” panel explains in this edition of of PJTV. And, oh yeah, Whittle reveals what the greatest hoax of alltime is.

America Needs a Challenge

On a pleasantly warm afternoon at Rice University in Houston in 1962, our youthful, brash president challenged America. President John F. Kennedy laid out the country’s plan to put a man on the moon. “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the others things, not because they are easy but because they are hard,” he said. That was 52 years ago. Where have the challenges gone and what do we strive for today? PJTV’s, Bill Whittle says, “Nothing we do is audacious anymore. Everything we hear from this president (Obama), and to be fair, for many, many years before he arrived, is hectoring and prissy and trivial and beneath us.” Check out this edition of “Afterburner” as Whittle eloquently dishes out a mix of passion and intellect.

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