Topics covered in today’s episode of Newsbusted: – Obama Up in the Polls – Military Disapproves of Obama – Boy Lies about Heaven – IRS Budget Cuts – Dartmouth Cheating Scandal – ISIS – College Reading Levels – Colorado Virus
Meet the Americans who want Obama to repeal the Bill of Rights in order to keep the country safe from terrorists. Political prankster Mark Dice asks Obama supporters if they would support Obama’s plan to repeal the Bill of Rights to protect Americans from terrorists.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick (Beck Bennett) and quarterback Tom Brady (Taran Killam) reveal who was really responsible for the deflated footballs.
In which our daring host exposes the revolting truth about the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement – that they don’t really care about life at all.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we went out on the street and asked 14 people if they saw the speech Dr. King gave that morning. Seven of them said they had. We present to you perhaps the most disturbing edition ever of #LieWitnessNews.
Topics for today’s episode of Newsbusted: – President Obama – Paris Unity March – John Kerry – James Taylor – Josh Earnest – U.S. Capitol – Plot to Poison Boehner – Gitmo – Boston Time Capsule – Obama Marriage on the Rocks
“President Obama just unveiled a number of proposals to crack down on hackers. It’s great that the government is working on this but we need to do a better job of protecting ourselves. So we sent a camera out onto Hollywood Boulevard to help people by asking them to tell us their password.” -JimmyKimmel
In which our compassionate host, Andrew Klavan, considers the very somber and serious questions surrounding the non-lethal, enhanced interrogation techniques used against murderous jihadis.
On June 7th, 1789, the night before James Madison proposed the Bill of Rights before the House of Representatives, he sat down to pen the first draft of the second amendment. The following is what many (liberal) scholars believe to be the original and unedited version of that amendment. via LouderWithCrowder
(Content Warning: Language) Jon Stewart really went after President Obama for his absence at the Paris unity rally yesterday, asking bewilderedly, “Couldn’t Obama have at least sent a friend?” Stewart saw the long line of world leaders and celebrated “the world’s most powerful game of Red Rover ever” before being taken aback at Obama’s absence….