7:06 AM Deputy Secretary of State of Colorado Suzanne Staiert joins us to explain her office's side in the lawsuit brought by NFIB against the Sec of State regarding the use of business filing fees to fund non-business-related activities of the office.
7:45 AM Senator Cory Gardner joins us for 5 minutes to talk about next steps in GOP efforts to reform health insurance and Medicaid. I'll also have to ask him about President Trump's announcement regarding transgender folks and the military.
8:06 AM Documentary film maker Tom Jennings: For more than a year, a serial killer known as “Son of Sam” terrorized New York City, killing six people and critically wounding seven others. On July 29, 1976, David Berkowitz began a murder spree that left law enforcement baffled and the public afraid to leave their homes, igniting a national media frenzy in the process. Using rarely seen press conferences, interviews and news footage, Smithsonian Channel's The Lost Tapes: Son of Sam recounts the search for one of the most notorious serial killers in history -- as if it were all unfolding in real time.
(See the video below re Son of Sam documentary)
I actually don't think this is about President Trump "getting involved in social issues." I think it's about the military and domestic politics.
Some interesting insights here:
This American hero went on an epic tweetstorm in support of Trump's move:
Congressman Ken Buck has pushed back against Trump, as did John McCain:
You'll see a lot of stories coming out like these:
And the other side:
This pisses me off if it's true:
The researcher who people like Jared Polis base their arguments for 100% renewable energy on has hired a lawyer and threatened to sue people who question the quality of his work: