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Zo Schools Elton John

British rock-star legend Elton John recently announced that Jesus would have been OK with homosexuality. Now that certainly raised the hackles on Alfonzo Rachel’s back. Says Zo about John, “Do not create a graven image of God. You’re trying to shape God to suit your world view. You’re wanting God to fit your image. Last I checked, God created us in his image, so you’re a little late.” Listen to the rest of Zo’s response to Mr. John in this edition of “Zonation” on 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.

Obamacare Still On the Ropes

Former Health and Social Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ outrageous claim late last year that about 9 million Americans had signed up for Obamacare has finally been debunked. “The thing that HHS put out was for people who picked a plan,” says Edmund Haislmaier of the Heritage Foundation. “So we don’t know how many of those people completed the transaction, paid for their coverage and started getting coverage.” Haislmaier joins PJTV host Michelle Fields to discuss the effects of Obamacare thus far.

Liberals Ripping Off the Bible

Alfonzo Rachel proclaims that liberals don’t have a hissy fit when trying to separate church and state to suit their own agenda. But like former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who compares the plight of illegal aliens on our southern border to Baby Jesus and Moses, liberals take liberties with the bible to justify their own self-righteousness. “Jesus wants us to be compassionate, but not at the forced expense of others,” Rachel says. “That’s not compassion. that’s theft. If I broke into your house and said I stole your valuables because I wanted to feed some hungry kids, you’d have me arrested, because I forced my will into your house and forced an expense onto you.” Check out Zo’s full analysis on this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

America’s Oldest Hate Group

Alfonzo Rachel makes an observation on the Democrat Party from slavery days to today and how they’ve never changed their views. Plus he zeroes in on the progressive belligerance of the NAACP. “Their world view is backward,” he says. “It’s funny that they call themselves progressive, like I say, left-wingers are about as progressive as cancer. They’re loyal to the Democrat Party–America’s oldest hate group.” Check out the video as Zo elaborates in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

Mercedes, Welfare Don’t Mix

This is the story of a woman and her family who went from affluence to living off the public dole. Darlene Acuna went from a television producer to a stay-at-home mom nursing twin girls before the family hit hard times and were forced to the welfare line. Now she and her unemployed husband pick up their food stamps in a Mercedes, she feels that she’s being judged and wants the world to treat her better. “Everyone has peaks and valleys in their lives,” says John Phillips of PJTV. “Sometimes you have good years, sometimes you have bad years. When you have newborn kids and you’re in a situation where someone’s else’s existence is dependent on you bringing home the bacon, you make whatever sacrifices you have to make to make that work.” Phillips and a panel composed of radio TV host Tammy Bruce, stand-up comic and PJTV contributor Stephen Kruiser and PJTV contributor Scott Ott sat down for a lively debate on the situation in this edition of  “After Hours.”

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.

Evidence is Mounting

It’s no surprise that the veracity of global warming is again being questioned. Christian Booker, of the British Telegraph, cites more evidence that our planet has been steadily cooling since the 1930s, the hottest decade on record. PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Steve Kruiser the new evidence and the state of global warming.

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