On Monday evening, House Republicans released two bills which repeal the Progressive dream-disaster that is Obamacare. If it's true that the best compromise is one in which nobody ends up really happy, then this is going to require one unbelievable compromise to pass. The game theory here is fascinating: How do you win conservatives in the House and squishes in the Senate at the same time. And a question for another day, just where is Colorado Senator Cory Gardner on all this?
More info here, and in Fox News report below:
At 6:36, we'll speak with the Cato Institute's Julian Sanchez about his new article, "Tapping Trump", which tries to clear away all the fog and noise about what we really know and what we really don't know about FISA warrants, "wire taps", and the Obama administration investigating Team Trump.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent a very polite note to the Senate Judiciary Committee which basically told them to sit down and shut up:
(Click on the picture of the document to see it...might have click on two pages in a row.)
At 8:06, we'll talk with Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, about a new FOIA request they are filing with the CIA and the Departments of Justice and Treasury, looking into the leaks which led to the resignation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.
We'll also ask Tom about this travesty of justice: