Barland Harpstock basks in the thrill of watching people fight over Black Friday merchandise.
The panelists dig into some of the more colorful aspects of Thanksgiving.
Desi Lydic scrutinizes Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton's statements at the Democratic debate.
Paul Ryan agrees to run for Speaker of the House, but not without a few questionable conditions.
The panelists discuss a persecution complex suffered by members of the wealthiest one percent.
Hired therapists compare the vilification of super-rich citizens to racism.
The panelists react to Donald Trump's simplistic tax plan by offering alternatives of their own.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump rolls out a self-serving proposal to overhaul America's tax code.
Mike Yard investigates a possible conspiracy involving free Internet access and the Illuminati.
Peepers describes the chaos that would ensue if everyone in the world had enough to eat.
Kirsten Gillibrand discusses family leave and tells Jon whether she's ever punched a fellow senator.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand discusses the disconnect between the public and members of Congress.
The panelists examine why the Confederate flag remains a source of pride for many white Southerners.
Wealthy Californian Terry Provost argues that water-rationing laws should only apply to poor people.
Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses ways of reducing New York City's income inequality.
Mayor Bill de Blasio shares his framework for equitable redistribution of wealth in New York City.
"The Briefcase" takes reality TV to a new low by pitting two needy families against each other.
Reality TV producer Xander McCool develops creative ways to turn poor people into cash machines.
Fox News takes issue with President Obama's accurate description of their anti-poverty programming.
The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.