The Dems say their opponents are just playing on concerns about terrorism. Could we just secure the border against terrorists AND illegal immigration?
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Proponents want a new state of ‘New Columbia’ to enter the union. Three words: Senator Marion Barry.
The space agency is announcing which company will transport astronauts to the International Space Station. This will end NASA’s reliance on a Russian crew transport. About time! RELATED: The Top 40 Space Movies Of All Time – Let the Debate Begin!
The United States launched an airstrike near Baghdad at the start of intensified action against ISIS militants in Iraq.
More than a total of 1 million New Yorkers are smoking for the first time in years - 16 percent of adult residents.
2,000 drivers were surveyed nationwide. It turns out that roadway rudeness peaks in the following 10 states…
Scientists are telling us that one should be surprised if a magnitude-9 earthquake erupts off America’s West Coast — or anywhere else around the Pacific Ocean’s “Ring of Fire.” Earthquakes are among the most destructive forces of nature. Are you ready for the next big one? Here are some that have had the greatest impact […]
It’s September and that means the new fall TV season is upon us. Big shows like “The Big Bang Theory” mean big paychecks. So which actors and casts are making the most money? Here’s your guide…
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said that when a male labor leader harassed her about her weight a few years ago right after she’d had a baby, she had a few choice words she resisted saying at the time. But not now…
When you listen to a radio show you typically form a picture in your mind of what the host and their studio look like and if you listen to a show long enough you will start to get a pretty good idea. What do you think – does reality match your imagination? If you haven’t yet, sign […]
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The video of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancée Janay Palmer unconscious and dragging her from a casino elevator has by now gone viral. The first sin was the violence itself. The second sin was the NFL attempting to dismiss it by issuing a Rice paltry two-game suspension as “punishment,” bringing into sharp focus how we […]
In recent years when traditional compact SUV have become increasingly larger and larger, on the other hand, the VW Tiguan remains small. This compact SUV has rounded lines similar to those of its big brother the Touareg. The design is simple and in my opinion somewhat uninspired. My test vehicle is front-wheel drive variant of […]
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), or whatever other name they are using (ISIL), has declared war on the US and has already beheaded two American journalists. In response the Obama administration has declared a “significant counter terrorism operation” according to Secretary of State John Kerry. Is this a good strategy? Or is […]
One of the great fallacies arrogantly believed in by those in political power is the notion that they can know enough to manage and command the lives of everyone in society with better results than if people are left to live their own lives as they freely choose. The fact is, there is far more […]
In an interview from this week’s show, Derrick Blair speaks with Edward Meyer with Ripley’s Believe It Or Not about their new book, Reality Shock.
A new poll that reveals half of Americans feel less safe than they did before 9/11 – national talk radio host and EpicTimes founder Jerry Doyle’s response is this: “I don’t fear for me. I fear for the future of my country.” According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey, 47% of Americans feel less […]
OK I will admit it. I just plain like Mazda products. Over the years, from Mazda President Jim O’Sullivan down, all have all been a pleasure to work with on my nationally syndicated automotive radio programs. But beyond the personal reasons, it is about the passion for products that oozes out every designer, engineer, or […]
Representative Marcia Fudge (D- Ohio) recently spoke at the Akron Roundtable luncheon. During that speech she asked “Why is it so important to have a balanced budget? We haven’t balanced the budget but one time in the last 50 years.” (Actually we had budget surpluses in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001). But what is the […]
America! For more than two hundred years the word has represented hope, opportunity, a second chance, and freedom. In America the accident of a man’s birth did not serve as an inescapable weight that dictated a person’s fate or that of his family. The individual owned his own life and was free to shape it […]
Many people forget the Acura premium brand from Honda was first in the North American market place, before the Lexus and Infiniti brands came into the mix. With return of the NSX super car around the corner and a great leader in Michael Accavitti, senior vice president and general manager, the brands is poised to […]
The Bureau of Labor Statistics just reported that the economy added 142,000 jobs in August. This figure was about 100,000 below economists’ expectations and about 80,000 below the average gains in the last five months. Is this a trend or just a one month fluke? The consensus view seems to be that the August number […]
In Washington DC, New York City, Detroit and nearly 100 other cities, fast food workers staged a one day walk out on Thursday. Their gripe is that they are being paid the minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. They believe their pay should be $15 per hour. They cite a number of reasons for the […]
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, once famously called “the Senate’s hottest member” by Democrat and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, has a book coming out this month entitled “Off the Sidelines.” In it, she shares that she has had to put up with sexual harassment and “fat shaming” from male Senate colleagues and Congressmen. The Washington […]
The evidence gathered after Tony Stewart’s race car struck and killed another driver who was walking on the track will be given soon to a grand jury, a district attorney in upstate New York announced Tuesday.
Rush Limbaugh attacked Ohio State University’s new sexual assault code, which requires that partners get “consent” for every sexual act, and said “How many guys, in your own experience with women, have learned that no means yes if you know how to spot it?” Too far? Listen to the segment and see what you think: RELATED: ESPN’s […]
Real business or election year ploy? Senate Republicans stopped a measure by Senate Democrats aiming to bridge pay differences between men and women. The Paycheck Fairness Act fell short 52-40, after failing to clear a 60-vote procedural vote hurdle. RELATED - Kirsten Gillibrand Drops F-Bomb During Interview (VIDEO)
The second case against Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, which has not yet resulted in criminal charges, arose after he administered a “whooping” to another four-year-old son by creating a head wound that reportedly left a scar over the boy’s right eye.
Higher than the Empire State? New York Senator Liz Krueger is introducing a bill that would legalize marijuana for general use in New York state.
No one should be surprised if a magnitude-9 megaquake erupts off America’s West Coast — or anywhere else around the Pacific Ocean’s “Ring of Fire.”
Oh, man! Now I have to gaze into an OLD screen. Apple fans may have to wait up to a month to get their hands on the new iPhone 6 as record demand could lead to disruptions in the supply chain and prompt delays.
Cheapness sells. At least that’s the lesson in the case of LeSean McCoy, who infamously left a 20-cent tip on a bill in excess of $60 at a burger restaurant in Philadelphia last week.
Talk about a thirst for knowledge. A crafty way to lure students…
If you miss the weird citrus-ey flavor and carb overload of Surge soda from the 1990s, you can now buy a fresh batch only through Amazon.
Parent company responds to investor complaints that it’s serving too many breadsticks, saying the strategy conveys ‘Italian generosity.’
One in five men report having committed an act of intimate-partner violence and identifies where the medical community can intervene.
Some GOP supporters are going with Romney again. “I think he’s going to do it.”
The University of Pennsylvania was named the top party school in the nation by Playboy magazine, making that the first time in recent memory an Ivy League university claimed such a title.
The airline industry continues to squeeze domestic passengers into cabins at record rates while adding more seats for high-priced international flights, according to federal statistics.
Dolphins fan? Not in MY state! New political ad in New York highlighted Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino’s NFL fanhood.
A Massachusetts town was jarred by a gruesome sight this week: three dead infants in a home so squalid, police officers had to search it in hazmat suits.
American warplanes take off from Qatar’s al-Udeid air base in the global war on extremism. The tiny nation is key to our war on ISIS. How do you pronounce it again?
It was a wild night for one fisherman, floating in his life jacket after his ship that sank off Port Aransas. He was rescued after extensive coast guard effort.
A dip in barley supply caused by rains could cause rise in beer prices.
Though most Americans support President Obama’s plan to attack ISIS, even though a majority of Americans don’t think it will work. Hmmm… how about some leadership we can trust?
The House of Representatives could vote as early as Wednesday to approve the arming and training of Syrian rebels to fight against ISIS.
The four institutions will have until December to submit proposals detailing their vision for the library, which will be vetted before being presented in early 2015 to the president and first lady Michelle Obama. And the winners are…
Too Much Information? Government requests for information rose 15% last year. And Google is not happy.
From the War on Terror to the War on Disease. The White House plans to request $1 billion from Congress to fight the deadly illness as the U.S. military command in Africa makes countering Ebola its highest priority.
Archive for September 15, 2014.
A Photoshopped image of a battered NFL CoverGirl is being used to urge the brand to withdraw its support from the league.
A flesh-colored kit that makes a women’s cycling team look naked below the waist has been criticized by the UCI. WATCH: Miss Nebraska Accidentally Flashes Viewers During Miss America Pageant
After over 40 years Spc. 4 Donald P. Sloat and Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins were recognized acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty.
These are difficult days for the National Football League – domestic violence and child abuse scandals have rocked the sport. Many have called for the firing of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. But this is not the first time we’ve been here. Take look the worst scandals in recent NFL history… Related – Adrian Peterson reinstated by Vikings despite […]