Steven Crowder’s ode to the bankrupt metropolis that’s eating itself alive. This parody owes a debt to “Pure Michigan.”
Andrew Klavan and Stephen Crowder have a spontaneous breakfast discussion about Benghazi, the scandal that the Obama administration and its compliant media supporters conspired to bury in the sands of the Sahara.
This just in…During protests in Michigan last week, a pro-union protester punched Fox News contributor Steven Crowder in the mouth. “But as the liberal media reported it, conservative Steven Crowder hit a union worker in the fist with his face,” says Jodi Miller. She also opines about Hugo Chavez, the Mayan calendar and Quentin Tarantino’s new film Django Unchained in this edition of NewsBusted.
Steven Crowder surveys bystanders to find out just how much the public understands the pending Fiscal Cliff. He discovers many people identifying themselves as siding with the Democrats when they actually voice support for the tax and spending reform positions taken by the Republicans.
Steven Crowder goes to Ann Arbor to talk with youngsters, psychologists and authorities about the legalization of marijuana. The college town in Michigan has some of the most lenient laws on possession anywhere in the country, although that will change now that the state of Colorado is moving toward legalizing pot.
Israel snuffs Hamas terrorists and takes out rocket launchers in the Gaza, and Leftists are crying foul. They probably didn’t appreciate Charles Bronson, either. H/T Steven Crowder
Taking a cue from the Democrats, Steven Crowder sets out to teach young trick-or-treaters about the need to pay their fair share of taxes and hand over their candy to others. A hidden cam captures the horrified outrage of these kids, and Crowder confesses, “When the cameras weren’t rolling, one kid punched me in the balls.”