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Obama’s Ebola Fight Is A Gift To Big Pharma
Robert Scott Bell

Obama’s Ebola Fight Is A Gift To Big Pharma

EpicTimes.com

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 […]

BEYOND VICTORY: Whaddya’ do once you win?
Neil McCarthy

BEYOND VICTORY: Whaddya’ do once you win?

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 […]

EpicLaugh:  With All the Bad News Out There, Here’s The “Good News”
Jerry Doyle

EpicLaugh: With All the Bad News Out There, Here’s The “Good News”

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 […]

Watch out! Here Comes the 2015 Audi A3
Bob Long

Watch out! Here Comes the 2015 Audi A3

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 […]

Here’s why Jerry Doyle would rather drink in Scotland
Jerry Doyle

Here’s why Jerry Doyle would rather drink in Scotland

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 […]

Are US Troops Being Used as Guards Around an Ebola Death Camp?
Jerry Doyle

Are US Troops Being Used as Guards Around an Ebola Death Camp?

EpicTimes.com

EpicTimes founder Jerry Doyle criticized President Obama for his announcement this week that 3,000 US troops would be sent into into Ebola stricken regions in Africa with no clear mission. “What the hell is the president… sending 3000 United States military personnel over to Africa to deal with Ebola about? There is no cure for Ebola,” said Jerry […]

EpicTriumph: A Better Solution Than War To Veteran Unemployment – Uber Military
Jerry Doyle

EpicTriumph: A Better Solution Than War To Veteran Unemployment – Uber Military

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 […]

Outsourcing Actually Benefits the U.S. Economy
Michael Busler

Outsourcing Actually Benefits the U.S. Economy

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 […]

Hillary Clinton is Pretending to be Electable
Jon Justice

Hillary Clinton is Pretending to be Electable

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 […]

Obama Sends Military To Fight Spread of Ebola: Another Misuse of American Soldiers
Jerry Doyle

Obama Sends Military To Fight Spread of Ebola: Another Misuse of American Soldiers

President Obama said Tuesday the US will engage in a major, military-led response to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, saying that it has reached epidemic proportions and now poses “a potential threat to global security.” / The White House says the strategy for sending in 3,000 troops into Ebola stricken regions is based upon four […]

Politicians Would Rather Have Dead US Troops than Dead Iraqi Civilians
Jerry Doyle

Politicians Would Rather Have Dead US Troops than Dead Iraqi Civilians

EpicTimes founder and national talk radio host Jerry Doyle blasted U.S. military leaders opening the door to putting U.S. troops on the ground against ISIS. “When you hear people say we might have to contemplate boots on the ground, or as they’re calling it, ‘ground troops,’ say, ‘Hell, no!’” said Jerry. “Talk about mission creep? This should creep […]

GALLERY: Behind The Scenes Of The Jerry Doyle Show
Jerry Doyle

GALLERY: Behind The Scenes Of The Jerry Doyle Show

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 […]

Is the Ray Rice Incident a Watershed Moment on Domestic Violence?
Anita Finlay

Is the Ray Rice Incident a Watershed Moment on Domestic Violence?

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 […]

2014 VW Tiguan: German engineering that comes up short
Bob Long

2014 VW Tiguan: German engineering that comes up short

EpicTimes.com

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 […]

ISIS declares war. Obama declares a “significant counterterrorism operation”
Michael Busler

ISIS declares war. Obama declares a “significant counterterrorism operation”

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 […]

Today's Stories

Lions’ Stephen Tulloch Injured Celebrating Sack

Lions’ Stephen Tulloch Injured Celebrating Sack

bleacherreport.com

Some NFL celebrations result in penalties, some result in injuries. In the first quarter Sunday, Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch managed to hurt himself while celebrating a sack of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers …   Reminds us of Cardinals kicker Bill Gramatica hurting himself after celebrating a field goal in December of 2001 […]

What Might Have Been: Iconic Film Roles Passed On By Famous Actors

What Might Have Been: Iconic Film Roles Passed On By Famous Actors

When you think of Indiana Jones and Han Solo you automatically picture Harrison Ford and it’s nearly impossible to picture anyone other than Tom Hanks in the role of Forrest Gump -but it was almost Tom Selleck, Christopher Walken and John Travolta in these iconic roles. Check out this gallery of an alternate Hollywood universe where Sean […]

Five Steps to a Better Retirement

Five Steps to a Better Retirement

usatoday.com

With a little effort, retirement could be a lot better for a large number of people, says certified financial planner Marc Freedman, the author of the new book Retiring for the Genius and CEO of Freedman Financial in Peabody, Mass.

Yesterday's Stories

From XXX to A-list: Stars with Porn Pasts

From XXX to A-list: Stars with Porn Pasts

pagesix.com

These stars all got started in the adult industry.  Some are just “rumored to have….” the stories of others are well known and some will shock you.  The term “A-Lister” is used very liberally in this…

Hunt for Missing University of Virginia Student Intensifies

Hunt for Missing University of Virginia Student Intensifies

usatoday.com

Police took a car from a Charlottesville-area condominium complex Friday and are searching one condo in the complex in connection with the disappearance of a University of Virginia student almost a week ago say they have identified the man who was with Hannah Graham when she was last seen.

White House targets culture of sexual assault on campus

White House targets culture of sexual assault on campus

politico.com

The next phase of the White House’s initiative to address sexual assault on campuses launches this morning: A campaign aiming to change the culture surrounding the issue by emphasizing the role that everyone – particularly college-aged men – plays in stopping and preventing violence.

CDC Worries That Ebola Cases Could Hit Half A Million

CDC Worries That Ebola Cases Could Hit Half A Million

bloomberg.com

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could spread to hundreds of thousands more people by the end of January, according to an estimate under development by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that puts one worst- case scenario at 550,000 or more infections.

Can A Divided Scotland Heal?

Can A Divided Scotland Heal?

nbcnews.com

Scots woke up Friday united with the rest of Britain – but divided among themselves after an intense and often acrimonious independence campaign that sometimes pitted families and neighbors against each other.

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