NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

SiriusXM Patriot’s Mike Church says president Obama is impeachable

SiriusXM Patriot Host Mike Church, of The Mike Church Show, discusses why he believes Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Bob Goodlatte is wrong about impeachment being reserved for instances of criminal wrongdoing. Over the weekend, Goodlatte revealed to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that the Judiciary … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Left, Right and Center: SiriusXM hosts comment on SCOTUS’ Hobby Lobby ruling

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that under Obamacare, for-profit employers with religious objections can opt out of providing contraception coverage to their employees. SiriusXM Progress, Patriot, and POTUS Politics provided plenty of coverage prior to and after the Supreme Court’s … Continued

HEALTH, LIFESTYLE, NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, NFL, POLITICS, SPORTS

Civil rights, scapegoats, and social media: Unscripted brings us up to speed

From Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ recent resignation to Buzzfeed’s growing role in political coverage, Unscripted with Chuck Todd left no story unscrutinized in this week’s news cycle. Todd ventured to Austin, Texas, last week for a Civil Rights … Continued

NBA, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS, SPORTS

Maybe the New York Knicks should sign Arne Duncan

He finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists en route to an MVP award in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, played college ball at Harvard, nearly earned a spot on the Boston Celtics’ roster in the late 1980s … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Harlow Giles Unger on George Washington and the first government shutdown

It was the original hope of Congress that President George Washington would serve merely as a powerless figurehead while in office – “a Commander and Chief of no one and nothing,” according to veteran author and historian Harlow Giles Unger. … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Barbara Buono on Chris Christie: He’s ‘left the middle-class and poor crippled’

With the state of New Jersey sitting on the highest rate of unemployment in the region and facing a barrage of economic and social issues, State Sen. Barbara Buono (D-NJ), who is running for governor, said she is pushing for … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Bill Richardson on the Budget: We need a mediator

SiriusXM POTUS host Julie Mason was joined by former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson who gave his thoughts on the recent budget crisis, offering suggestions on how reaching an agreement could be made easier. “I think the relationships, the personal … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Robert Costa on misconceptions about House Republicans

Robert Costa, the Washington editor for the National Review and a political analyst on CNBC, called in to the Michael Smerconish Program Monday to defend his recent article in the Washington Post, “Five Myths About the House Republicans.” Costa wrote people have a … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

LISTEN: Should Detroit cut pensions to pay $19B debt?

Detroit filed for bankruptcy last Thursday, and tough decisions for the city’s leaders are likely just beginning. To reduce the city’s $19 billion debt, bankruptcy could lead to cutting pensions for 20,000 employees, a step that has been challenged by … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Ken Klukowski: Supreme Court took ‘modest’ approach on Voting Rights Act

Ken Klukowski was on The David Webb Show Tuesday and spoke about Chief Justice John Roberts’ Supreme Court decision on the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder. Klukowski discussed the the pre-clearance system created in the 1960s. Listen … Continued