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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.

Biggest Losers of 2014

Josh Phillips, Michelle Fields and Stephen Kruiser, PJTV’s illustrious panel on the video blog, “Rundown,” discuss their “biggest losers” of 2014. Tune in to see if you agree with their selections.

An Unhealthy Obsession

Ever notice how liberals like to label themselves as people of science. Science this and science that. They even value science above God. But then, unexplainably, they despise drug companies, whose reliance on science produces a myriad of beneficial products for mankind. “It’s funny how liberals and atheists think they have the corner on science,” says Alfonzo Rachel. “Like they’re the only ones who like it. And science is the answer. Meanwhile, liberals are always defaming and trying to sue people for what their wonderful science creates.” Rachel elaborates in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

One Conservative View

PJTV contributor Bill Whittle is among the most conservative political commentators and pundits. And he holds his principles true to his heart. In this edition of “Afterburner,” Whittle lays out his Top 5 conservative principles in descending order, which include: 5. Individuality; 4. Guns; 3. Equality of Opportunity; 2. Wealth Creation; and, drum roll please, 1. Freedom/Responsibility.

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.

Rich Oprah Turns to Race Card

Alfonzo Rachel says Oprah Winfrey is whining about racism and raising the ceiling on the race card. It seems that Ms. Winfrey made the majority of her megabucks from her white fans, but she claims it’s those same supporters and racism that are causing President Obama to fail. Oh no, it couldn’t be his policies. “The race card is the card of the cowardly,” says Rachel. “They’re too afraid to admit they failed. And they protect themselves by accusing people of being racist.” Tune in as Rachel turns the tables on Winfrey and goes after liberals and the inherently racist Democrat Party.

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 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.

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