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Liberals Give Terrorists a Pass

The lamestream media, and progressives in general, are in lockstep when it comes to solving the Islamic terrorist problem on the planet. While these thugs tear a brutal swath through the Middle East, Europe and Africa, liberals believe retaliating against these murderers will only radicalize their moderate home base. Political commentator Bill Whittle begs to differ in this stirring edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Is Obama Pro-Jihadi?

What an embarrassing display of patriotism earlier this week when President Obama, the avowed leader of the free world, stepped up to the podium at a G20 press conference in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on Paris and shamed America. He basically said that America is not interested in winning the war on terror, that the radical Islamic terrorist organization we call ISIS is contained. Which automatically begs the question: Is President Obama pro-Jihadi? The “Trifecta” crew of Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green debate the president’s actions in this rousing edition of PJTV.

Focus On Your Kid’s Happiness

The question of the day: Are parents trying too hard to make their kids happy? Today, it seems that parenting is creating more stress than happiness. Our kids’ lives are over-scheduled, more complicated and more scripted than ever before. “Parents need to be able to slow down and to stop worrying about every single thing,” says Katie Hurley, a licensed clinical social worker and author of The Happy Kid Handbook. In this special edition of PJTV, Hurley tells host Stephen Kruiser how to focus on your child’s individual happiness, instead of what everyone else is doing.

The Era Of Stupidity

Sorry to break the bad news to you, folks, but we’re in the era of stupidity, the dumbing down of America. Or as political commentator Bill Whittle succinctly puts it, “We are a nation of watchers, not doers.” We still have American citizens who believe that the moon landing was a hoax, although every conceivable misconception has been debunked. And we have those who are adamant that 9/11 was a U.S. conspiracy. “We live in the age of the great unlearning,” Whittle says. “A time where more and more people simply walk away from the library of hard-won knowledge and achievement because they’re bored with it.” Although Millenials shoulder a lot of the blame for the shift, the problem bridges several generations. Yes, including the Boomers. Whittle finishes his point and offers solutions in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Democrat Lawlessness

The new incarnation of the Democrat Party is certainly a sight to see. They break the law, disgrace our Constitution and lie, lie, lie to the American public. And, of course, the Perpetrator in Chief is President Barack Hussein Obama, with the desperate damsel in constant distress, Hillary Rodham Clinton, not far behind. But despite their reign of government terror, they’re still media darlings. How, you ask, is this remotely possible? Clinton’s e-mail scandal is a case in point. Says political commentator Bill Whittle, “Hillary Clinton will either walk scot free for treasonous graft and criminal incompetence, or she will be indicted and lose the nomination solely on the personal whim of Barack Hussein Obama and the merits of the deal the Clintons can cut with his majesty in order to save her skin.” But Whittle doesn’t stop there. He further states his case in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

It’s All About Freedom

In the aftermath of another mass shooting in Oregon, political commentator Bill Whittle issues a tongue lashing to the father of the murderer and rebuts the cries from the deranged left for stricter gun control measures. “Liberals think that banning knives or guns or human-driven cars or big soda drinks will make America safe,” Whittle says. “But guess what, America wasn’t designed to be safe. America was designed to be free. You can have freedom without safety, or you can have safety without freedom.” Listen to the rest of Whittle’s argument in this passionate edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Trumped by The Donald

Following the landslide victory by the GOP in the 2012 Congressional elections, political commentator Bill Whittle boldly predicted that the next president would come from the pop culture and not the political class. With the recent emergence of non-establishment candidates such as Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Bernie Sanders, Whittle’s prognostication seems safe for now. But as the political process has evolved, Whittle finds himself with a surprising affection for Trump. “I don’t think Donald Trump is a conservative … I don’t know what he is but there is one thing that he doesn’t seem to be and that is afraid,” Whittle says. “He doesn’t seem to be afraid of anything, especially the one thing that every other Republican is terrified of, namely Donald Trump doesn’t seem to give a damn what the news media, late-night comedians or hip-hop artists think about him.” Tune in to see what else Whittle so loves about The Donald in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Iowa Loves Outsiders

Shockingly, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has lost nearly a third of her support in Iowa in the last few months to wacky socialist Bernie Sanders, an avowed outsider. Meanwhile, over in the Republican race, 56 percent of Iowans prefer outsider status, giving their support to Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, all relative rookies in this business. PJTV’s John Phillips breaks down the numbers in this edition of “Poll Position.”

Respect Your Rights

The First Amendment of the Constitution provides us with our most precious rights. If one so wishes to desecrate the American flag, he or she is protected under the First Amendment. But why, asks Alfonzo Rachel, would someone want to do this? Especially in front of veterans. Well it happened recently when a protester shouting obcenities began stomping on Old Glory in front of an American vet. Says Rachel, “That flag represents we the people who understand the balance of freedom. It does not represent those who take liberties with other peoples’ rights.” See the rest of Zo’s logic in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

Was Fox Debate Really Fair?

Fox News’ selection process for the first Republican candidate presidential debate drew criticism from many pundits and from major polling organization, Marist, which suspended polling ahead of the debate in protest. Host John Phillips explains the Fox methodology in choosing the prime-time field and those who participated in the earlier debate in this edition of “Poll Position” on PJTV.

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