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Parasites Infiltrate Economy

The CATO Institute’s David Boaz in a chapter of his new book says society is made poor by various parasites who enrich themselves by manipulating government. The chapter is “The Parasite Economy” and the book is titled The Libertarian Mind. Boaz tells John Stossel that these parasites are no longer interested in pleasing their customers but in using government to force people to give them money. Boaz elaborates in this edition of Liberty Pen on PJTV.

Exposing Skewed Liberal Views

If you disagree with the views of socialists such as Angela Davis, former leader of the USA Communist Party and Black Panther Party, that’s your prerogative. Recently, Davis was invited to speak at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and despite opposition from a few, she had every right to speak. Period. But the other side of that balance is that some may not agree with what she says and that, too, is OK. Period. “Lord knows you liberals go all out to express your disagreements with people, despite all that tolerance and acceptance and that so-called open-minded preaching you all do,” says Alfonzo Rachel. “You even push until people cancel engagements, like Condoleeza Rice did at Rutgers. But, of course, liberals always feel that their mean-spirited, hateful and bigoted protests are are always justifable. You guys are true Democrats. The KKK felt like their bigotry was justifiable too. The Nazis felt their bigotry was justifiable also.” Join Rachel in this explosive edition of “Zonation” on PJTV as he digs into the skewed liberal view of institutionalized bigotry and capitalism.

How to Perfect Government

Is the United States getting too damn big to govern? How can we possibly shrink government? These are the questions dangling over PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew as they discuss how they would perfect government. Check out some interesting solutions from Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott.

Bubba Painted in Bad Light

It looks like the infamous Monica Lewinsky is still haunting Bubba, aka Bill Clinton. Our 43rd president is steaming that his official portrait in the National Gallery includes a symbol of scandal–a shadow of Lewinsky’s dreaded blue dress. In this edition of “Up or Down” on PJTV, host John Phillips, civil rights defense attorney Leo Terrell and comedian Stephen Kruiser debate this issue in addition to a posthumous Medal of Honor for Chris Kyle and Taco Bell’s latest crunchy creation.

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.

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