McCain is not happy with Obama's games.
Senate Republicans and Democrats are still trying to reach a compromise over taxes and spending to avoid the 'fiscal cliff', as tax hikes and spending cuts are set to kick in with the new year...
The Senator at the front of 'gun control' legislation for Democrats has strongly expressed her desire to ban and force all Americans to turn in their guns.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been admitted to hospital in New York after the discovery of a blood clot.
**Warning: Adult Language**
Hypocrite celebrities and their anti-gun agenda.
The Koch Brothers must be exposed! (But we're not exactly sure why...)
Nearly one in eight British households has no-one in work, the highest of all major EU countries. Part of the blame is placed on a welfare system that means the unemployed are often better off on state benefits. But, as Laura Emmett reports, the issue now is the jobs aren't there whether people want them or not.
The CNBC anchor formerly known as the Money Honey takes the Democrat Senator to task for repeating the lame talking point "balanced approach" over and over again, meanwhile advocating trillions more in unfunded spending and a tax-on-the-rich scheme that will fund only a fraction of the debt.
For the first time in four years Chicago, Barack Obama's chosen hometown, has reached 500 homicides. The totals have surpassed LA, which had around 300 murders despite 1.4 million more people than Chicago.
Both cities are Democrat controlled and have some of the strictest gun laws around.
Are the rich getting richer while the poor get poorer? Prof. Sean Mulholland uses several statistical measures and finds that this common perception may not be accurate.
The high tax rate, on earnings over one million euros, has been much criticised - prompting among others, actor Gerard Depardieu to announce he was moving to Belgium.
The judges said the plans contravened the principle of equality.
Remembering an American hero. Rest in Peace, General. Thank you for protecting our freedoms.
This big, bad 'assault rifle' leveled the playing field for two innocent children faced with bold criminals willing to invade their home during broad daylight hours. The boy used his father's gun to defend himself and his sister from two males forcing their way into the house. Yet many want to ban this weapon for sounding so scary...
You mean guns are used for good and save the day too?
**Warning: Adult Content and Language**
Gun rights and gun control are examined by Penn & Teller.
(Part 1 of 3 with other parts linked within.)
**Warning: Adult Content and Language**
Gun rights and gun control are examined by Penn & Teller.
(Part 3 of 3 with other parts linked within.)
**Warning: Adult Content and Language**
Gun rights and gun control are examined by Penn & Teller.
(Part 2 of 3 with other parts linked within.)
The US going over the fiscal cliff instead of a temporary Band-Aid for the problem may teach a valuable lesson - and be the best thing for the economy...
Do you agree?
United States Senator John Kerry (D-Massachusetts) has been in the public spotlight previously as a presidential candidate, but this time the soon-to-be secretary of state is getting a lot of attention for changing his stance on the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. RT's Liz Wahl has more on the continuing back and forth of John Kerry.
Will Kerry ever learn?
On the one hand, maybe these residences are a little more safe from random crime now. On the other hand, with liberals now declaring war on gun ownership, this act almost paints a target on these private citizens. Either way it just seems wrong.
What do you think?
Meet the Press host David Gregory knowingly broke gun laws live on NBC after police denied their request for an exception.
Will there be any repercussions for this blatant disregard for the law?
The four State Department employees under Hillary Clinton who were supposedly fired following the Benghazi screw-up investigation are now reportedly just suspended and returning to duty -- one has even just been moved into a new positions across the hall.
Can anyone in Obama's administration ever be held accountable?
The holidays are among us and around this time of year it seems that being politically correct is a top priority. Whether your celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah, people usually use the term "happy holidays" to not offend other cultures, but has being PC gone too far? Political comedian Dean Obeidallah and Ph.D Victoria Taylor joins us for more.
Which side do you side with in this debate?
Parents have different views on this 'gift' for their teenage children. No word yet of Santa's opinion.
How many of these actors, athletes and musicians have private security and armed body guards? How many glamorize violence in their 'art'? How many send their kids to private schools with enhanced security? Maybe Americans should demand less hypocrisy...
**Warning: Graphic & Potentially Disturbing Content**
A powerful documentary of the history of "gun control" throughout the history of the world.
An incredible story of life saving innovation where some would not even recognize it as such.
The second round of Egypt's constitutional referendum has come to an end, with the backers of the country's pro-Islamist President Mohammed Morsi claiming victory. The vote has exposed deep divisions within the country between Islamists in favor of the constitution on the one side and liberals and secularists on the other.
Deadlock over debt and spending is seeing the United States hurtle towards a 'fiscal cliff' that will trigger widespread tax rises and government cuts on New Year's Day. To tackle the fast-approaching deadline, Congress members have... gone on holiday! Lori Harfenist's been out to find anyone who thinks they deserve the break.
Sen. John Kerry's path to being Obama's Secretary of State nominee is outlined by CNN.
Bill O'Reilly gave loudmouth liberal Bob Beckel a verbal beat-down on The Five.
Delivering the Weekly Republican Address, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) notes that the House has acted to avert the entire fiscal cliff, and President Obama and his Democratic-controlled Senate now must do the same. "We will continue to work with our colleagues in the Congress and the White House on a plan that protects families and small businesses," Boehner says, before wishing all Americans a Merry Christmas.
Rush Limbaugh responds to a caller with a message to Conservatives during this Christmas season 2012.
In this video interview a reporter for Al-Jadid/New TV speaks with Sunni children soldiers in North Lebanon.
This double standard on the left is mind-numbing, and Fox News host Greg Gutfeld doesn't hold back in calling out the idiocy and hypocrisy. Unfortunately it is more likely that Gutfeld will be vilified for facetiously mentioning Adolph Hitler...
Millions of people every year go to visit and pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Often those who come are praying for forgiveness, however one such visitor seems to have thought that bribing the Almighty might be a better way to go.
Watch as the CNN studio audience turns on host Piers Morgan to applaud Jesse Ventura's strong defense of gun rights.
A liberal tries to explain why she wants to make gun ownership illegal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that a draft bill banning US adoptions of Russian children is a legitimate response to a new US law that calls for sanctions on Russians deemed to be human rights violators. Putin says that the measure, which has received preliminary approval in parliament, is also a response to an alleged US failure to protect the rights of adopted Russian children. Robin Forestier Walker reports from Moscow.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein presents another "do as I say, not as I do" elitist moment.
American legal scholar Robert Bork is the author of "Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges". He is critical of the role of judges whom, he says, often become activists making up constitutional law themselves, thereby usurping the power that belongs to the people and their representatives. (Originally aired April 2002)
Michelle Malkin discusses the recent school shooting tragedy and the natural urge to 'do something' with Sean Hannity.
Boehner Puts Ball in Obama's Court: Support 'Plan B' or Be Responsible for the Largest Tax Increase in American History
In a very brief news conference, House Speaker John Boehner told reporters that President Barack Obama can support the recently introduced Plan B for avoiding the fiscal cliff or be responsible for the largest tax increase in American history.
Under a democratic system of government, how is an individual protected from the tyranny of the majority? Professor Munger uses the case of Kelo v. New London to illustrate the dangers of confusing majority rule with a democratic system.
Vice President Joe Biden is expected to lead the White House task force to examine more gun control legislation, but back in 2008 he did everything he could to convince voters that his running mate supported the Second Amendment.
CBS Blames Rahm Emanuel for Obama's Lack of Gun Control, Ignores Chicago's High Murder Rate Despite Strict Gun Laws
Rahm Emanuel gets grilled on CBS for Obama not pushing gun control before now, while completely ignoring Chicago's very high murder and gun crime rate, despite having some of the strictest gun laws in the country.
A big target by anti-gun forces is to limit the ammo magazine capacity for guns. They claim it will deter or prevent large attacks by limiting how many bullets can be fired quickly. This video shows the fallacy of such a claim and proves that a practiced and prepared criminal attacker, as most seem to be, will still be able to get off just as many shots just as quickly. As usual, anti-gun laws like this would only hinder and impact the law abiding citizen in their self-defense capacity.
CNN's English gentleman host, Piers Morgan, rudely and disgracefully tore into guest Larry Pratt, the Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, calling him "an unbelievably stupid man" who's "dangerous," concluding the interview by saying, "You shame your country"
This episode of NewsBusted looks as current event topics with a humorous insight. Topics include Ambassador Susan Rice, Steven Crowder Punched, Mayan Calendar, Syrian Rebels, Hugo Chavez, Obamacare, Congressman Hank Johnson, Barabara Walters, Hillary Clinton and Django Unchained.
Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman discusses renewed calls for gun control following the Sandy Hook school shooting. Lieberman seems open to these changes being made by any means possible, even if it bypasses the legislative process. Will 'Democrats' be so quick to bypass the legislative process and support decrees by executive order for make major changes to law when a future President holds different beliefs than their own agenda?
Is the growing federal debt a looming attack similar to Pearl Harbor? Will Obamanomics lead to the empowerment of the rich and poor, at the expense of the middle class? Find out on this Trifecta as Bill Whittle says he's done considering that our fiscal insanity is just incompetence.
In a lengthy monologue, Joe Scarborough talked about how shaken up he had been by the killing of 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Scarborough said that the massacre in Newtown had forced him to rethink his "long-held" belief about gun rights.
John Lott, the gun advocate who recently had a heated encounter with Piers Morgan, spoke to Soledad O'Brien -- continuing to make his pro-gun argument. O'Brien refused to listen to Lott's perspective, telling him she simply does not understand it.
Eric Holder made the comments in this video in 1995, which are interesting in the midst of the recent gun control debate.
Dan Rather also hits Obama, but with kid gloves: He "made a lot of tough talk, didn't back it up."
Gee, who could have seen this coming? Andrea Mitchell at MSNBC couldn't help herself. Mitchell blamed GOP racism and sexism for the reason Susan Rice bowed out as a candidate for Secretary of State. It couldn't be because she intentionally lied to the American people or was ridiculously ignorant on the murders in Libya...
Nancy Pelosi attempts to pin fiscal cliff uncertainty on GOP not caring about Kwanzaa or holiday shopping.
The mainstream media seems very comfortable showing their true colors these days...
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks with ABC's Barbara Walters in exclusive interview about running for President in 2016 and 'what keeps her up at night.'
At least Harry Belafonte has been consistent in his support of third-world dictatorships. Maybe it is only natural that he promotes bringing such a system here to America in order to eliminate any opposition to Obama.
Another interesting argument on the House floor from Houston's Democrat Representative, Sheila Jackson Lee. Not only does she declare entitlements to be 'earned,' but she also presents an interesting mathematical calculation concerning the tax debate.
Piers Morgan and Bill Nye attempt to double team and undermine Climate Depot's Marc Morano without much success.
It's no secret that U.S. college tuition costs are rising dramatically, and the high cost of a college education burdens young people and their families. How can we make college more affordable?
Many suggest that the best way to keep tuition affordable is by increasing government assistance through student loans, grants, and tax credits for education. Professor Daniel Lin shows that doing so will actually lead to higher college costs, because loans/grants/tax credits are directly related to the increasing cost of education.
Following the passage of 'Right to Work' legislation in Michigan emotions are obviously running high for union members. This unprovoked assault on conservative commentator Steven Crowder is shocking, either way, and the video should land some union members in jail.
The European Union's three presidents are in Oslo to receive this year's Nobel Peace Prize, on behalf of the group. It's being given to commend the EU for fostering peace. But not everyone agrees - hundreds marched through the Norwegian capital in protest. RT's Peter Oliver looks at why many believe the EU doesn't deserve the prize, and why the whole Nobel institution may need a rethink.
Political and current events humor for December 11, 2012.
Keep in mind that the money in this video has already been spent...
Columbus Police sprayed Mace on several people in an unruly crowd attempting to sign up for subsidized housing. Authorities say that a crowd of 2,000 people showed up to claim the 200 applications being offered.
Many argue that we should do more for the poor as a matter of social justice. In some cases, they mean we should use our own time and resources to assist those in need, but more often they mean the government should enact policies that try to help the poor in various ways. Meanwhile, many classical liberals and libertarians reject the idea of social justice, finding it immoral, impractical, or even, as Professor Matt Zwolinski discusses, conceptually confused.
CNBC debating the financial benefits of raising taxes on the wealthy, with Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital CEO, and Richard Brodsky, Demos senior fellow.
You already knew that the 'Tax the Rich' propaganda cartoon from the California Teachers Union was ridiculous, but this critique video helps highlight actual examples that are just factually incorrect. Watch and share.
Anti-Semitism is spinning out of control once again in Budapest, Hungary. A Hungarian party has urged the government to draw up lists of Jews who pose a "national security risk", echoing policies that led to the Holocaust.
Matt Damon claims he didn't know where the money came from...
A frustrating segment of Judy Judge that shows at least one example of our broken government welfare system.
Ed Asner narrated a ridiculous cartoon for the California Federation of Teachers. In the cartoon, a vulgar straw man - used to represent all rich people - is shown urinating on a group of diverse poor people. While being interviewed about the controversial video, Asner abruptly asks if he can "piss" on the Fox News producer.
You stay classy, Mr. Asner.
You really have to see it to believe it...
Detroit City Council member JoAnn Watson says the support of Obama in last month's election is enough reason for the president to bailout the struggling the city.
RT talks to William Binney, whistleblower and former NSA crypto-mathematician who served in the agency for decades. Key topics of this exclusive interview: virtual privacy in the US, the Petraeus affair and odds for whistleblowers in a fight against the authorities.
ABC's Jake Tapper reports on the current Washington budget negotiations.
Dictatorial power-grab by President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood lead to renewed unrest in Egypt.
A ban on nudity in San Francisco was given final approval by the city's Board of Supervisors Tuesday in a raucous meeting at which several people stripped naked in board chambers.
Topics: Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Susan Rice, President Obama, Mitch McConnell, Tim Geithner, Jeffrey Zucker, CNN, Vice President Biden, Linday Lohan and the U.S. Dollar Bill.
A lighter moment in the on-going debate over Susan Rice, as Sen. John McCain endorses or pokes fun at Sen. John Kerry for Secretary of State, resulting in a shot right back.
Yedida Freilich's song attempts to highlight the fragility of past Arab-Israeli Agreements and Treaties. The track conveys the existential dangers to Israel inherent in relying on signed agreements with surrounding Arab dictatorships.
From November 14 - 21, 2012, 1,500 rockets were fired from Gaza into Israeli civilian populations. Just one week later, in a nearly unanimous vote, the UN rewarded this savage aggression by recognizing 'Palestine' as a nonmember observer state.
Your eyes and ears won't believe that this is Harry Reid addressing the U.S. Senate in 1993...
On MSNBC, Chuck Todd quotes a "very smart White House aide" that told him "with this Republican, with the way politics of Washington are today, there'd still be slavery."
Thomas Sowell discusses characteristics that define liberals and conservatives, and his own personal transition from Marxism to libertarianism.
It's "Islamophobia Awareness Month" -- So what does that really mean?
As usual, Pat Condell is great.
CNN's Drew Griffin investigates Chicago's anti-violence programs that soaked up millions without reducing crime.
What will it take for the Republican party to appeal to black voters? Find out on this ZoNation from PJTV.
If you raise taxes does it automatically follow that you'll raise more revenue? Is there a point at which tax rates become counterproductive? UCLA Economics professor, Tim Groseclose, answers these questions and poses some fascinating new ones.
Does this police dashboard camera video resembles a clown car unloading?
If the U.S. government cut all government services except Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and payments on the debt, federal spending would still outpace revenues. Prof. Antony Davies argues that there are not specific cuts that will enable government to balance the budget. He says, "Nothing less than a redesign will solve this problem." That redesign should begin by determining what the proper role of government is.
Storm-ravaged New Yorkers say President Obama's promise to cut red tape and get them aid in the aftermath of Sandy has proven to be hot air.
House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) released "This is Small Business America," a video highlighting the small business S corporations like Gorski Engineering and its 17 employees whose taxes stand to increase if President Obama's tax hike goes into effect.