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Christianity And Freedom

A PJTV member recently submitted a question to the network asking, “Is Christianity uniquely qualified among all religions as the best basis for freedom and prosperity? Hosts Bill Whittle and Andrew Klavan tackle this sensitive question with some enlightening conclusions.

When the Lights Go Out

From washing machines to power saws to our fancy TVs, there’s no doubt today’s America takes its electrical grid for granted. “But what if it was just suddenly lights out,” asks Bill Whittle. “I’m talking about losing the electrical gird, and there’s any number of ways that could happen.” Whittle discusses the scenarios and the dire consequences in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Liberalism Or Infantilism?

Political commentator Bill Whittle says people who call themselves liberals have bumper-sticker philosophies that are liberal. “They’re not even leftists,” he says. “They’re infantile.” Whittle dissects one of these undeservedly self-righteous positions and compares the modern liberal to the real deal in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

All Spaced Out?

A recent flurry of rocket disasters has once again cast a pall on our space program. Once the pride of NASA, our space exploits now consist of wide-eyed billionaires investing in old Russian rockets to spur private programs. Steve Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott offer some unusual observations on the future of our space program in this edition of “Trifecta” on PJTV.

The Struggle For Stupidity

Bill Whittle recently stumbled upon a 100-year-old sixth grade textbook titled, Literature Reader: Sixth Year, by Leroy E. Armstrong, a compilation of written tales and their analyses, basic literature and story structure. But amazingly, Whittle says, a passage from the California textbook would probably elude most college students today. “That’s what sixth graders were reading 100 years ago in 1914, but if a college student graduated today with a full and complete of that one single paragraph, they’d probably be better educated than they are today after a quarter-million dollars or so of student debt.” Whittle elaborates on what he calls the progressive struggle for stupidity in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

An Epidemic of Fear, Not Ebola

“There’s an epidemic breaking out in America today. A deadly and destructive epidemic that can do catastrophic damage to our country and its people,” says Bill Whittle. “It’s not an Ebola epidemic. It’s an epidemic of fear.” But despite the lack of interest from the Obama Administration to contain the fear and address what very well may be a far-reaching Ebola epidemic, Whittle says there is reason for optimism in the near future. Listen to his analysis as he lays out the facts in this edition of “The Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

The End Of Our Rock-Star Prez

With his approval numbers dove-tailing and still obstinately pushing his progressive garbage down the throats of his flock, President Obama is about to meet his political maker in 11 days as Republicans are poised to win the Senate and control Congress. What will become of Obama’s final two years? Will he make an effort and compromise, or will he hold scornfully tight to his veto power? The “Trifecta” crew of Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott discuss the new political frontier which is about to unfold.

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.”

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