The Jeff Ward Show

10. HARVARD AND YALE For 525,919 minutes of every year, fans of Harvard and Yale are busy being thought leaders and masters of the universe. The other 30 minutes are spent pretending The Game matters. And the audacity of calling it The Game, you guys. Come on. – MF 9. MIAMI It...
In an interview with MSNBC’s Kaci Hunt, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called for an end to automatic citizenship for anyone born in the United States. “Do you think that birthright citizenship should be ended?” asked Hunt. Well [Democratic Minority Leader] Harry...
Rick Perry may have a campaign staff full of women in high positions, as he stressed during an interview with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on New Day this morning, but he does not believe America needs any new laws to ensure that women receive equal pay to men. “Women get equal pay,”...
Donald Trump says he would send in U.S. ground troops to fight Islamic State militants, “police” the Iran nuclear agreement, ask potential Supreme Court nominees their thoughts on abortion, rescind President Barack Obama’s DREAM Act and deport all undocumented immigrants if he...
There's never been a shortage of ideas to solve Austin's transportation crisis. In the Aug. 7 weekly print and digital edition of Austin Business Journal, we examined how the private sector is exploring ways to provide transit services to commuters in the region. The cover story...
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush spoke at the Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security forum at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. He discussed national security issues, including the rise of Islamic State, Iraq and torture. He praised his brother, former...
Donald Trump told Breitbart on Friday that with the renewed controversy surrounding her email scandal, he doubts he will face Hillary Clinton in the general election. Instead, Trump reference the recent rumors by saying he thinks Vice-President Joe Biden will enter the race and...
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's vague strategy to combat Islamic State extremists in the Middle East isn't very likely to work. A top US general, who commanded troops in Iraq from 2008 to 2010, on Wednesday explained the holes in Trump's strategy, The Washington...
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's vague strategy to combat Islamic State extremists in the Middle East isn't very likely to work. A top US general, who commanded troops in Iraq from 2008 to 2010, on Wednesday explained the holes in Trump's strategy, The Washington...