Death Panels Have Arrived

Dick Morris says Obamacare officials will soon meet to begin truncating and limiting care for the elderly. To put it in simple terms, the Affordable Care Act death panels have arrived. “A heart surgery, or liver transplant or any of the important things we need to keep us alive will be rationed based on whether or not we are citizens, not on whether we contributed to Medicare with our tax money, not on whether we’re veterans who defended this country, but the number of QALYs (quality adjusted life years)  we have remaining.” Tune in as Morris explains.

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Explaining Middle East Conflict

Political commentator Dennis Prager opines that the Middle East Conflict, which now has spanned many decades, is the hardest dilemma to solve. “But,” says Prager, “it’s the easiest to explain,” contrary to the general feeling among  political pundits. “In a nutshell, it’s this: One side wants the other side dead,” he says. “Israel wants to exist as a Jewish state and to live in peace. Israel also recognizes the right of Palestinians to have their own state and to live in peace. The problem, however, is that most Palestinians and many other Muslims and Arabs do not recognize the right of the Jewish state of Israel to exist. In this edition of Prager University, Prager elaborates.

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To the Moon, Alice

They called him “The Great One” — the one and only Jackie Gleason, whose assortment of antics and mannerisms earned him a loyal legion of fans throughout his career. Following is a tribute to Gleason, spiced by his popular sidekick Art Carney, aka Ed Norton. Please return to LOL next Tuesday for another stroll through the lighter side of life. — The Wickel

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Albuquerque Cops Breaking Bad

“The Albuquerque, New Mexico, police force is being accused of using excessive force,” says Jodi Miller of NewsBusted. “But apparently not enough force to keep this guy (referring to Bryan Cranston, aka Walter White of “Breaking Bad”) from running a meth operation for five years.” Join Miller as she also touches on Kermit Gosnell, Al Gore, crime fighting robot and Al-Jazeera America.

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Not So Sterling

Pressure continues to intensify on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, following his alleged racially insensitive comments made to his mistress that was privately taped. The tape was obtained and released by gossip and entertainment news website TMZ. If the voice on the tape is indeed Sterling’s, there’s no denying he’s been elevated to idiot status. In today’s world, there’s no room for such nonsense, and Sterling should face the full-blown wrath of the NBA and the American public. Following is the tape of Sterling’s diatribe released by TMZ Sports. Check it out and  judge for yourself.

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Earth Looking Youthful

If you’ve ever looked up at the moon, what you see is a pocked-marked satellite that is obviously old and worn. By contrast, Planet Earth looks refreshingly youthful. “Earth owes its youthful appearance to the fact that its outermost layer is constantly renewing itself, hiding its age,” says Henry Reich of MinuteEarth. In this episode, Reich discusses Earth’s age and how scientists go about dating a planet.

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Technology Alarm

Political pundit Bill Whittle reports that children under the age of 4 are no longer picking up building blocks to play with, but instead are gravitating to iPads and smart phones. Whittle calls this impending addiction a five-alarm fire. “According to an article in Britain’s Telegraph, the dependence on these devices is no longer psychological,” Whittle says. “Extended exposure to iPads and smart phones and all the rest are causing actual physiological damage to the brains of children, young children.” Join the conversation as Whittle explains in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

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Obama’s Pipeline Dream

Jodi Miller reports that President Barack Obama once again delayed his decision on the Keystone Pipeline. “He promises to finally make a decision as soon as the Cubs win the World Series.” Join Miller on this edition of NewsBusted as she also features the IRS Scandal, White House Easter Egg Roll, Nancy Pelosi, Jay Carney and Grandma Hillary.

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Why Capitalism Works

Social critic and best-selling author George Gilder discusses the merits of capitalism in this edition of PragerU. Says Gilder, “Capitalism at its essence is a competition of giving. Of course self-interest is involved, but the genius of capitalism, and only capitalism, is that it channels self-interest into altruism. Entrepreneurs can only help themselves by helping others.”  Check out the rest of Gilder’s extraordinary insight.

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Ted Cruzing for Tea Party Vote

Political pundit Dick Morris analyzes the race for leadership of the Tea Party and the likely adversaries in the looming GOP presidential race, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. Although Morris has Rand’s father, Ron, on his mind in the early frames of the video, he opines that Cruz appears to have the upper hand for Tea Party support in what he calls “the first round” of what should be many confrontations leading up to the 2016 primary election.

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