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Prune Juice Media | July 22, 2017

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Ep. 25 – Syrian Missiles, Gorsuch Confirmed, Internet Privacy, Automatic Voter Registration

Monday, 10 April, 2017 |

This is a special late edition of our podcast simply because of the craziness of the news cycle.

Host Matt Stevens talks about Donald Trump’s bright idea to launch missiles at a Syrian airfield late last week. This was … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Ep. 16 – Impeachment Fantasies, Executive Orders, and Irrelevant Celebrity Political Opinions

Tuesday, 31 January, 2017 |

The gloves are off in this 16th episode of the show!

Host Matt Stevens breaks down exactly why a potential impeachment of Donald Trump is not happening anytime soon. Sorry to burst your bubble!

We also discuss why the … Read More

U.S. Gets War Itch With New ISIS Airstrikes In Syria

Tuesday, 23 September, 2014 |

Monday night brought some breaking news on the U.S. military front.

President Obama secretly authorized U.S. defense forces to attack specific ISIS targets in Syria. The move broadened the reach of our nation in the fight against Islamic State … Read More

U.S. Contemplates “Limited” Military Strikes In Syria (VIDEO)

Thursday, 5 September, 2013 |

Well, I am back to blogging from a personal break. In my absence, I have been in awe of the international news that has made headlines.

In short, the Syrian government and its president Bashar Al-Assad have been accused of … Read More

Watch Obama’s Latest Press Conference (FULL VIDEO)

Friday, 3 May, 2013 |

And the media says President Obama doesn’t talk to the people? Lol. Well, he changed it up a bit this week.

On Tuesday, he held an almost hour-long presser with reporters at the White House. In it, he touched … Read More

CNN Journalist Shares Brief Thoughts with PJM On “Arab Spring” Assignment

Monday, 13 February, 2012 | 1

Covering international events as they are happening can be an experience unlike many others in life. But, taking a front seat during revolutions that have been waiting decades or centuries to happen creates completely different headlines.

CNN’s Nic Robertson, a … Read More

Protests Spread Across the Middle East

Thursday, 17 February, 2011 |

In the wake of the successful uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, a handful of other North African and Middle Eastern states have decided that protest is the way to go!

Long story short, the gate has been blown wide the … Read More