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Hollywood Hypocrisy

Many of the Hollywood awards ceremonies usually give actors an opportunity to push their own political agendas, such as Patricia Arquette’s diatribe espousing equal pay for women after receiving the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. Alfonzo Rachel says women like Arquette, Jennifer Lopez and Meryl Streep don’t really care about equality for women, but more applause and money for themselves. Rachel rips these people apart and exposes their hypocrisy in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

Big Brother is Watching You

The concept of Little Free Libraries in neighborhoods across America, where you can take a book and leave a book sans any regulation, is rapidly growing in popularity. Unfortunately, Big Brother wants a piece of the action, too. State officials are threatening to tear down these neighborly libraries unless communities involved apply for an expensive permit. Writes Connor Friedersdorf in The Atlantic, “The power to require permits is the power to prevent something from ever existing.” Join Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle as they discuss how Americans lost the “private” from private property in this edition of “Trifecta” on PJTV.

The First Amendment Bullies

Alfonzo Rachel makes no excuse for being terse. He says atheists hate the Pledge of Allegiance, but still use it to force atheism on others. “Atheists aren’t being ostracized and bullied,” says Rachel. “Actually, aren’t you atheists using the heavy hand of the state to infringe more and more upon the first right of the First Amendment? I don’t recall hearing about people going around suing others to make them say ‘under God’ in the Pledge of Allegiance or sue anybody to say the Pledge of Allegiance at all.” Check out the rest of Rachel’s rant in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

Tri Crew Takes On Lyin’ Brian

Sources tell us that Brian Williams was actually Lord of the Rings’ Frodo, crossed the Delaware with General George Washington and stood alongside President Lincoln at Gettysburg. We jest, of course, but these are some of the entertaining parodies splashing the Internet. PJTV’s crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green take on the Williams embellisment scandal with some juicy debate in this edition of “Trifecta.”

Science versus Religion

A viewer of the popular video blog Klavan & Whittle recently submitted a question asking, “Why are science and religion viewed as matter and anti-matter? Are not both sustained by faith and belief?” Andrew Klavan argues that faith has never been at war with religion and says that religious people like Isaac Newton were also great science minds. In this stirring edition of PJTV, Klavan and his cohort Bill Whittle take on the friction between science and religion.

Describing Obama in One Word

In a recent poll, the Pew Research Center asked Americans what one word would best describe President Obama. As expected, there were conflicted feelings among those polled as “Good” edged out “Incompetent” 35-32 at the top of the list. Then came a healthy mix of complimentary and derogatory words. Confused? Don’t be. Join host John Phillips as he dissects the poll in this edition of “Poll Position” on PJTV.

Are Liberals Seeing the Light

Are liberals–especially the mainstream progressive media–actually now admitting that Islamic terrorists exist? It seems the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science Monitor admitted as much when reporting on two different ISIS terror attacks in Mosul, Iraq. Join PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott as they debate the question.

Detroit Sucks, But Why?

PJTV’s Steven Crowder takes a closer look at the city of Detroit, which transformed from the envy of the industrial world to a city in ruins. The Motor City unemployment rate is sky high, the economy in in ruins and the real estate market has collapsed. Why has this happened? Crowder asks. “It’s no secret that Detroit’s run by leftists,” Crowder says. “Every single mayor of Detroit since 1961 has been a liberal. It is the city of entitlement programs.” And hold on, the corrupt unions are not without blame. Crowder says the UAW has run the auto industry into the ground and the teachers’ union has destroyed education. “Detroit has been the perfect laboratory for leftist policies at work for nearly half a century.” Tune in to hear more from Crowder in this edition of “Louder With Crowder” on PJTV.

A Logjam of GOP Candidates

As the 2016 presidential election season revs up, Republicans find themselves with an embarrassing wealth of potential candidates. Many pundits assert the full bench of hopefuls spells doom, other say the robust debate leading up to the primary season will strengthen the eventual nominee. PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Kruiser, Scott Ott and Stephen Green debate the merits of what should be an eventful run up to the Republican National Convention in July.

Obama in Bed With Wall Street

During the 2008 presidential campaign, then Senator Barack Obama raked big banks and Wall Street over the coals, stirring protests against the rich throughout the nation. Fast forward six years and it appears the administration has become more than a bit cozy with the top one percent. “It was kabuki from Day 1,” says Joel Kotkin, editor in chief of New Geography. “Particularly in 2008, had the vast majority of support on Wall Street, The New York Times dubbed him the “hedge fund candidate” and he had very good relations with the big-money people in Chicago. So there’s always been this sort of kabuki. He does that one thing that’s sort of rhetorical and then he does the real thing.” Listen in as Kotkin continues his discussion of Obama’s love-hate relationship with Wall Street in this edition of “InstaVision,” with Glenn Reynolds, on PJTV.

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