How about this story? I'm still trying to figure out what to make of it:
On Tuesday, we learned of a "bipartisan deal" to restore Obamacare subsidy payments to insurance companies (in return for which conservatives get some tiny fig leaves of policy changes). I've reacted to this possibility before and my answer remains the same: Not just no, but hell no! I'll explain why on the show.
Early on Tuesday, Trump seemed to suggest some support for the plan. Later in the evening at the Heritage Foundation the president's tone was different.
At 6:36 AM, we'll talk with Tamra Farah of AFP-Colorado about the necessity for Colorado to get its public pension system on a more sound financial footing. More here:
Where does someone cross the line from persistence in trying to get a date into the category of sexual harassment? I think we need to be quite careful before passing judgment here:
The administration's attempts to force renegotiation of NAFTA are running into a wall of opposition by our trading partners. What will Trump do next? This is the probably the policy area in which the administration is at its most confused, most wrong and most dangerous, and I hope Trump backs far away from threats to pull out of NAFTA because doing so would be very harmful to the nation.