John "Tig" Tiegen joins the show at 7:06 AM to talk about Veterans Day and the 242nd birthday of the United States Marine Corps...and about this:
Wanna buy a beautiful gun for a great cause?
From the auction listing:
Here’s your chance to participate in something truly special, you can bid on one of 13 limited edition Desert Eagles where all proceeds will go to the Glen “Bub” Doherty Foundation. Glen, or as he was known by close friends and family “Bub,” Doherty was one of four Americans killed during the 2012 Benghazi attack. A former Navy SEAL sniper and combat medic, Doherty served in both Iraq and Afghanistan in the Global War on Terror. The auction is part of a larger effort to support veterans spearheaded by Magnum Research, a subsidiary of Kahr Firearms Group and manufacturer of the iconic Desert Eagle, and author John “Tig” Tiegen. Tiegen co-wrote the book,“13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi.” In keeping with the theme of the book, Magnum Research and Tiegen decided to auction off 13 limited edition “13 Hours” Desert Eagles.
The exceptionally funny John Henson joins me in studio at 8:06 AM. He's playing at Comedy Works South at the Landmark Thurs-Sat nights. Show and ticket info:
And at 9:06, it's time for some econ geek time! The brilliant Gary Wolfram, professor of economics at Hillsdale College joins me in studio. We'll talk about tax reform and take your econ questions. I'm psyched, but then I'm a complete nerd!
While I think it's unlikely that there's political interference here, in this administration and with this president you can't rule anything out. And if there is political interference, that would be a nightmare for the country and possibly a crime: