The Rundown - Wednesday, May 23, 2017: Trump budget; State senate mustache contest; Art at DIA; Roger Moore R.I.P.; Your riskiest thing ever

At 8:06 AM, we're going to go to Facebook Live on while we have State Senators Kevin Grantham and Randy Baumgardner in studio so you can vote on who has the better mustache. We'll also take your thoughts on celebrity lookalikes. Here's some tough competition, especially Sam Elliot!


On Tuesday, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney explained what's new in the Trump administration's proposed budget. I don't love it all, but I love their willingness to "cut" the budget and explain what a "cut" means in DC-speak. Lots of great stuff just in the first few minutes here:


Roger Moore passed away on's a brief memoriam to him, though for me it's missing a key thing by not including "The Saint" I've added a bit of that as well, below.


7:06 AM Guest, Stacey Stegman, spokesperson for Denver International Airport

Some art at DIA seems pretty cool. Some seems silly and expensive. Of course, the latter are the subject of a debate over saving money and gaining space versus artistic sensibilities:


We just learned that three more people, including an American, have died trying to climb Mount Everest. I think people are insane for trying, but I've done some risky stuff too. What's the riskiest thing you've ever done?

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