President Barack Obama said the coalition that attacked the Islamic State in Syria overnight made it “clear to the world that this is not America’s fight alone.” Bombs, not boots, Mr. President. Watch his statement here:
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An anonymous tipster living abroad will receive more than $30 million in the largest whistle-blower award ever doled out by U.S. securities regulators as part of a program that aims to incentivize insiders to report wrongdoing. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, especially at those rates.
The Obama administration and the US Treasury took action to discourage corporations from moving their headquarters abroad to avoid U.S. taxes, announcing new rules designed to make tax inversion significantly less profitable. Sorry, Burger King!
Police Departments Guilty of Civil Rights Abuses Still Eligible For Military Gear Through Pentagon Programtheguardian.com
A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement allows even departments that the Justice Department has punished for civil rights violations to apply for and get lethal weaponry. Failure to communicate?
The United States launched its first wave of bombing attacks over Syria against an expected 20 to 25 ISIS targets. No boots on the ground… so far.
Omar Gonzalez, an Iraq war veteran scaled an iron fence and go through to the front door of the White House before being caught last week. He had 800 rounds of ammunition in his car. He’s not the only one in recent years who’s tried to get into the White House grounds. Here are some […]
The Obama administration has no estimate on how much the war against ISIS will cost. Might have been a good idea to work that up before the bombs started falling…
On The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and guest Sofia Vergara from Modern Family did a Lip Flip. Don’t know what a Lip Flip is? You HAVE to check this out!
Omar Gonzalez, a 42-year-old Iraq war veteran from Texas, had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car when he scaled the White House fence and was stopped in August for walking by the building with a hatchet.
EpicTimes founder Jerry Doyle, reviewed the new TV series Madame Secretary and found it disappointing and less than subtle with its political messaging. “This was just agenda from the beginning… to the end,” said Jerry Madam Secretary stars Téa Leoni as Elizabeth McCord, a CIA spy and analyst-turned-professor who gets recruited as Secretary of State. […]
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Since its introduction in 2011 and its 2014 mid-life refreshing The Jeep Grand Cherokee has become the most awarded SUV in history. After spending a week behind the wheel of a Grand Cherokee Overland 4×4, it reminded me as to why I am such a big fan of this Jeep product. For the 2014 model […]
The new fall TV line-up has started and we are all being treated to non-stop advertisements for the newest programs and some returning favorites. Some shows, like Madam Secretary, are predictably disappointing, and others, like The Blacklist, are picking up right where they left off last season. But our favorite thing to watch this season (so […]
White House fence jumper Omar Gonzales should have been shot, according to EpicTimes founder Jerry Doyle, who expressed concern on his national radio show about the way the Secret Service handled the Iraq War veteran’s recent breach of security at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. “Would you think that the policy of this President, this White House, any President, […]
Jerry Doyle, EpicTimes founder and national talk show host, maintains that the Democrats are fishing with for votes with an unbaited hook. “How many fish have you caught,” asks Jerry, “on an unbaited hook?” “But that’s exactly what the Democrats are throwing… in the electoral waters. Here, bite on this. Bite on equal pay. Here’s another […]
A fundamental fallacy of our time is that democracy is the open-sesame to peace, freedom, and prosperity. The political events surrounding what was called the ill-fated “Arab Spring” a couple of years ago was a based on the idea that “democracy” would solve all the problems of any society. But democracy in itself does not […]
EpicTimes founder and national talk show host Jerry Doyle said that Congress has no fear of voters because we keep re-electing them. “If you were in Congress right now, with a 96% re-election rate in the House and a 93% re-election rate in the Senate, would you listen to what anybody says?” asked Jerry. As Congress […]
While the great recession technically ended in mid-2009, surveys indicate that the majority of Americans still feel the recession, even though the economy has grown modestly in the last five years. The reason for this, is that we are in a growth recession. What is that? A recession means that the economy is producing less […]
On Wednesday EpicTimes founder and nationally syndicated talk show host Jerry Doyle discussed the White House plan to send 3,000 troops into Ebola stricken regions of Africa and suggested they are being sent to act as guards at an “Ebola Death Camp”. On Thursday of this week former President Bill Clinton appeared on The Daily […]
EpicTimes Podcast Network host and homeopathic practitioner Robert Scott Bell criticized president Obama for his announcement that he would be sending a military force to West Africa to combat Ebola. “If you think this is about Liberia, if you thing this is about Ebola – nonsense,” said Bell. “This is a gift for the […]
So, whaddya’ do — as we said in Brooklyn all those years ago– once you win? I have been contemplating this question my entire life. It has come packaged in narrow victories and narrow defeats, one-sided blowouts, and tragic mistakes, professional decisions and personal challenges. There is no formulaic response that works. Thomas Jefferson once […]
Jerry Doyle says take a break – there’s enough bad news out there, so let’s focus on the good news. Fortunately, Jimmy Fallon provided just that the other night – even if it was made up. His “I’ve Got Good News and Good News” segment gave Jerry a laugh and we hope it will give […]
There are certain new vehicles that as an automotive journalist I can’t wait to take out for a test drive. This week’s test vehicle the 2015 Audi A3 sedan is one I have been waiting to drive for a long time. It was introduced first in Europe before arriving on American shores for 2015 model […]
As Scotland voted to reject independence from England, EpicTimes founder Jerry Doyle told his national radio audience why he’d rather drink in Scotland. His producer Brad had asked him if he had to pick one of the two countries, Scotland or Ireland, which would be the better drinking country. Jerry, “went with Scotland. Even though […]
Jerry Doyle, EpicTimes founder and national talk radio show host, took Congress to task for rushing through an approval of arming the Syrian rebels and heading home to campaign just as our military gets ready to strike in the Middle East. In a rare bipartisan moment, Senate leaders agreed to tie together a package to […]
By Special Guest Contributor Ben Swann It has been said that we are living in the “Golden Age” of investigative journalism. That from the ashes of the “old media” a Phoenix has risen. The era of Woodward and Bernstein is over, now is the era of Glenn Greenwald, Vice.com and Ben Swann. In this special […]
EpicTimes founder and national talk radio host Jerry Doyle is praising car service Uber for launching its new service UberMILITARY. The company plans to bring 50,000 service members, veterans and military spouses onto the Uber platform as drivers over the next 18 months. This will help combat an unemployment rate among vets that’s three times the […]
Many prominent economists blame outsourcing for a number of economic problems including declining wages, high rates of unemployment, a shrinking middle class and a stagnant economy. This has been an issue for many years. But is outsourcing bad for the economy? President Barack Obama was critical of Mitt Romney’s position in venture-capital firm Bain Capital […]
EpicTimes Podcast Network host Jon Justice mocked Hillary Clinton as she visited Iowa this week in anticipation of the 2016 presidential elections and staged a grilling of steaks for the press. “Why do you have to do that?” asked Justice. “It is so completely and totally unnecessary.” “If you don’t know how to grill a steak, I don’t […]
A new report says American health care isn’t more expensive because we use more of it; we spend more for health care largely because of the prices.
Some are calling it the “latte salute.” When President Obama stepped off Marine One at the Wall Street landing zone in New York City, en route the United Nations, he saluted two Marines at the bottom of the stairs as he held a coffee cup in the same hand. The unusual gesture appeared in an […]
The nature of income inequality in the US and elsewhere is one of the biggest questions in contemporary economics and politics, with the Occupy Wall Street movement popularizing the division between the top 1% and the remaining 99% of earners.
After more than a year, Paula Deen is talking about the racism scandal brought her multi-million dollar culinary empire to its knees. Are you ready to forgive her? Watch her interview here: Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
Winning? Charlie Sheen has reached out to “Two and a Half Men” bosses in an effort to try and arrange an appearance the show for the series finale. Check out this compilation of previous Charlie Sheen “winners”…
Islamic State urged its followers to attack citizens of the United States, France and other countries which have joined a coalition to destroy the ultra-radical group.
Apple releases sales figures for the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and says they set a new record.
The problem has been reported in the 2013-2015 Cadillac XTS and the 2014-2015 Chevrolet Impala.
Twenty-two percent of workers laid off in the past five years are still unemployed. Great recovery, Mr. President.
Starbucks is reportedly experimenting with a beer-flavored coffee, called a dark barrel latte, which will taste a lot like Guinness. Science, you’ve gone too far.
Why the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Quatuor costs $1.1 million. The perfect gift for the man who has everything… literally.
The move is meant to encourage travelers to pack lighter. And perhaps encourage a better profit margin.
Congress works about as much as you think it does. Which is not much.
SpaceX’s founder said he expects to begin construction on the site by mid-2015 and launch at least one commercial flight per month by late 2016.
America’s most unpopular senator says he’s “feeling inclined” to seek another term, my friends.
The lawmaker who told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) not to “lose too much weight now” because “I like my girls chubby” was …
More Chinese companies are exporting “tools of torture” such as electric shock batons and spiked metal batons which fuel abuses in Africa and Asia.
If the U.S. doesn’t quickly address the safe transportation of oil and gas, Americans could pay the price with more fiery train and pipeline accidents.
If we stop playing partisan games, maybe the Party of Lincoln should take a page from the Party of Roosevelt and Kennedy.
The three Afghanistan National Army officers who disappeared during a training exercise in Massachusetts were found trying to cross the border into Canada.
Jihadists attacked an Iraqi army base west of Baghdad with six suicide bombers, killing 40 soldiers and capturing at least 70 others who fled. Looks like another long, hard slough…
Israel shot down a Syrian fighter jet after it entered the country’s airspace. Israeli policy is not to interfere in Syria’s civil war, but officials warn that anything that crosses the border will get shot down. Strangely, Israel doesn’t have much of an illegal immigration problem.
Employers won’t hire her. She’s been berated with epithets like “dirty Jew.” Federal agents have guarded her house because of death threats. And she’s spent hundreds of thousands of dollars defending herself against accusations she orchestrated a coverup in a scandal that has come to represent everything Americans hate about the IRS
Have you ever had the overwhelming urge to spoon with a complete stranger in a public place? Anybody? We’ll take that silence as a resounding maybe!
Hundreds of blue-clad climate activists halted traffic in New York’s Financial District symbolically “flooding” Wall Street. The protest started peacefully, but tensions rose abruptly in the afternoon. Ever try voting?
Oops! Donald Trump is being roundly mocked for tweeting that GOP Sen. Mitch McConnell should be next Speaker … of the House, a job currently held by fellow Republican Rep. John Boehner. But are most Americans more knowledgeable? How do we educate them.