- Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Buck McKeon, Joins Jerry to Discuss Closed Door Hearing on Action in Syria
- When is a Coup not a Coup? When Someone Who is Friendly With Congress Has a Lot of Money to Lose
- Jerry is Going GREEN?! After Talking to Jonathan Bass of Solar City He Can’t Wait…
- Senator Rand Paul on Getting Rid of Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Low-Level Drug Offenders
Van Jones is out there making remarks that could be seen as hate speech but he gets a pass. Do you think a conservative would get the same treatment? If you’ve forgotten who Van Jones is don’t worry; Phil Kerpen will be on to provide a refresher course on his communist background.
Polls continue to indicate that women are fleeing from the GOP faster than Newt Gingrich runs from a divorce lawyer. Tennessee Representative Marsha Blackburn will be on to help explain what the Republicans need to do to stop the loss of this critical voting block.
Also, Jed Babbin will stop by to chat about Vice Presidential picks for Romney (and yes – it WILL be Romney).
All that and then some on the Tuesday edition of The Jerry Doyle Extravaganza!
Today's Topics 4/2/12: U.S. Space Program Unemployed, Government Flaunting Power, Sugar as Addictive as Cocaine?
Today is going to look at Brevard County, Florida and the 14,000 people who found themselves unemployed after Obama lied about the future of the US Space program.
Also; does Rick Santorum know that people just might have tapes of the recent presidential debates? He must not after the whopping load of “Santorum” he let loose this morning.
Our Government would flaunt their power and disdain for our system of checks and balances, would they? Of course they would. But what’ll surprise you is what they’ve said on record. If they say this in public, what are they saying when the microphones are off?
Could sugar be as addictive as Cocaine? Can fast food lead to clinical depression? Does eating bananas make your butt look bigger? Robert Scott Bell (www.robertscottbell.com) will join us to answer two out of three.
Don’t feel too bad; we didn’t win the big jackpot either so here we are for the Monday edition of The Jerry Doyle Show.
Today's Topics 3/29/12: Gov. Spying From Your Microwave? MF Global Probe, Obamacare Cliffhanger, Nick Gillespie
What do former AG Alberto Gonzalez and the probe into the MF Global collapse have in common? Did you even know that there was a probe? It’s okay if you can’t recall.
Now that Diana Ross and the Supremes have heard all the oral arguments we will have to wait until late June to hear their decision on ObamaCare. This cliffhanger is better than “Who Shot JR?” – or for you younger fans – “Who is Cartmans father?”.
Joining us today will be the Editor in Chief at Reason Magazine (www.reason.com), Nick Gillespie, to unveil an amazing nugget on the state of two party politics in America today and also to talk about the Reason Alaska Cruise (www.reasoncruise.com) planned for August of this year.
Did you know that the government could be using your microwave to spy on you? It’s true and it’s a violation of your Fourth Amendment rights. Judge Andrew Napolitano (www.judgenap.com) will stop by to tell us more.
All that and some three finger picking on today’s “Pre-Friday” edition of the Jerry Doyle Show
Today's Topics 3/28/12: Healthcare Forced on Americans? What is a Relationship Deal Breaker for You? Thomas Sowell, Avik Roy
Diana Ross and the Supremes enter into the third day of oral arguments on the legality of forcing healthcare down your throat. Avik Roy from the Manhattan Institute (www.manhattan-institute.org) will explain how ObamaCare will do more harm than good for the youth of America.
An instant deal breaker with a member of the opposite sex would be _______________. Fill in the blank with Jerry today.
Author of Intellectuals and Society , Thomas Sowell, agrees with Geraldo Rivera and says that if you’re not a hoodlum you shouldn’t dress like one. He’ll be on to explain.
And Jerry will share his incredible day yesterday. A day full of technological wonders, fascinating conversations and millionaire entrepreneurs (who just happen to be big Babylon 5 fans).
- Financial Intelligence: How to Make Smart, Values-Based Decisions with Your Money and Your Life
- Babylon Confidential: A Memoir of Love, Sex, and Addiction
- Stop Playing Safe: Rethink Risk. Unlock the Power of Courage. Achieve Outstanding Success
When Welfare Pays Better than Work
CATO INSTITUTE: By Michael D. Tanner - The federal government funds 126 separate programs targeted towards low-income people, 72 of which provide either cash or in-kind benefits to individuals. (The rest fund community-wide programs for low-income neighborhoods, with no direct benefits to individuals.) State and local governments operate more welfare programs.Of course, no individual or family gets benefits from all 72 programs, but many do get aid from a number of them at any point in time. - Read more...
Startups Aiming To Improve The World
Many organizations and individuals have found technology to be a great medium in order to change the world for the better. With the work of foundations such as the Gates Foundation, support from initiatives such as social enterprise accelerator Wayra UnLtd and the Nominet Trust… - Read more...
Is Your Toaster Spying On You?
For Americans concerned about their privacy, the NSA data grabs are daunting, but what about the data grabs happening inside your own home, perpetrated not by the government, but by your coffee machine? - Read more...
Me and My Obamaphones: Not on welfare or below the poverty line? Never mind — here’s your free phone
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE: By Jillian Kay Melchior - Confession: You’re paying my phone bill. In the past month, I have received three shiny new cell phones, courtesy of American taxpayers, that should never have fallen into my hands. - Read more...
Eye-popping excuses in American political scandals
WASHINGTON TIMES: Delaware state officials have told Congress they likely destroyed the computer records that would show when and how often they accessed Christine O'Donnell's personal tax records. Larry Craig had a wide stance, Mark Sanford was hiking and Patrick Kennedy was rushing for a vote. Here are some head-scratching explanations for political scandals. - Read more...