The Jeff Ward Show

The evidence is thoroughly equivocal and the competitive advantage is nowhere to be found, yet the NFL is punishing Tom Brady and the New England Patriots as if they belong in Sing Sing. This case, perhaps more than all the others in the past year, sums up the NFL approach to...
The new 10-1 City Council has meant all sorts of changes at City Hall, from a bigger dais to more meetings. But there’s one change the new system has brought to City Hall that city staff needed extra training to cope with: Women. As Beyonce would say: “Who run the City Council?...
QB1 and a million reactions. After Tom Brady was suspended without pay from the first four games of the 2015 football season, the New England Patriots quarterback received support from his fellow NFL players and celebrities, as well as some criticism from others on Monday, May...
LUBBOCK, Texas — An apparent stripper in Oklahoma has filed for a protective order against a Texas Republican state senator who likened what he called America's "spiritual battle" to the Holocaust. The clerk in Creek County, Oklahoma, confirmed Tuesday that a request for an...
Voters in four states and Washington, DC, have approved marijuana legalization. But the drug remains illegal under federal law, creating all sorts of legal hurdles that state-legal marijuana businesses have to overcome. One of those hurdles is federal taxes. Due to a section of...
A New Jersey watchdog report indicates that Gov. Chris Christie spent more than $82,000 in state funds on concessions at Jets and Giants games during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. We know the jokes you want to make here. They're sitting right in front of you, like a burly dude in...
The item in question: a new report showing that China just became the world's top oil importer. According to the Financial Times, Chinese trade data revealed that crude imports jumped 13% in April. Hitting a total of 3.029 million metric tons -- or about 222 million barrels...
Over the last 15 years, the Social Security Administration’s Office of the Chief Actuary has consistently underestimated retirees’ life expectancy and made other errors that make the finances of the retirement system look significantly better than they are, a new study by two...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Department employees used their government credit cards to pay for more than $1 million worth of casino and adult entertainment purchases over the course of a year, an audit of transactions by the Pentagon inspector general has found. Pentagon...