PJTV’s Trifecta: ‘President Obama Says Income Inequality Is the Defining Challenge of Our Age’ (Video)
What’s the defining challenge of our age? President Obama says it’s income inequality. Is he correct? Click on the above video to watch Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Steve Green discuss in the latest edition of Trifecta.
Eleven "bucketheads" sue LAPD for enforced ticket quotas, split $5.9 million settlement.
The bills provide a 0.5 percent payment increase through 2017 and keep payments stable from 2018 through 2023.
Meekly accepting blame for climate change dooms the industry and the greater economy.
An amendment for Fort Hood victims among the measures that fall victim to Reid's maneuver, along with every amendment to the Ryan-Murray budget bill.
Hatch says “sometimes the answer has to be yes," while Graham vows that anyone who backs cutting military pensions "is gonna get the hell kicked out of him.”
Why would we think gun control advocates are actually out to ban guns? Here's why.
Nice insurance company you have there. Be a shame if something happened to it.
Carney, though, says Obama just got the internal review he asked for on intelligence gathering and will study "its more than 40 recommendations."
Rather than vilifying them, it’s time to recognize that both sides of this debate are working toward the same goals.
Obama wants authority to move Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement through with minimal impact from Congress.
Americans still seem willing to give a pass to the disaster in the White House.
Doctors use dead children and manipulated research to promote civilian disarmament.
Obama vs. the Press Corps: Revolt Against ‘Draconian Restrictions’ and White House ‘Propaganda’ Photos
"As surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist’s camera lens, officials in this administration are blocking the public from having an independent view."
Bizarrely, the ban only extends to businesses with 15 locations, only one of which must be in the county. Huh?
Again, they can't be this stupid and incompetent.
Obamacare cuts $716 billion from Medicare over the next decade, with more than $200 billion coming from MA plans.
N.J. Dem: "Part of my challenge in trying to listen to the administration is some of the same statements I've heard in the past." PLUS: State Dept. admits six-month period hasn't started yet.
On the Republican side, 170 voted for the package while only 62 opposed.
And the state was aware of the problems a full month before Obama's speech.
Whatever you think of Snowden, his actions have drawn significantly more attention to the NSA’s intrusive programs. Now the question is: will anything be done about them?
Rogers: "Now we may have tipped off a nuclear arms race in the Middle East."