Interesting guests today:
6:10 AM: Attorney Deborah Blum on the legal aspects of being accused of sexual harassment (or worse) at work.
7:06 AM Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff tells us about testifying in front of major European organizations about the risk of Sharia law on the rise in Europe, and about her conviction for "hate speech" under Austrian law for correctly noting that the Prophet Mohammed married a 9-yr-old girl. Elisabeth will be speaking, along with former State Senate President John Andrews, at Colorado Christian University this evening. Event info here:
At 8:06 AM, CU Physics Prof Paul Beale joins us to answer a couple of your I've been wondering questions, including: "Is it possible to build a room in which once you shine a light, you’d always be able to see the light?"
And at 9:06, listener Elsa (not from "Frozen") joins me in studio with some homemade (by her priest, actually) "spirytus" infusions...OMG, if you'll pardon the pun.
Comic Jimmy Kimmel engaged in a Twitter war on Thursday, and Kimmel talked about it on his show on Thursday night.
Meanwhile, the multiple-felon criminal illegal alien who murdered Kate Steinle was found not guilty of almost all the charges against him, convicted only of illegal possession of a firearm. Most likely he'll get a short prison sentence and then be deported. Not surprisingly, the conservative Twittersphere rightfully went ballistic, including these from President Trump:
And this from actor and conservative Tweeter, James Woods: