The Rundown - Monday 12/11/17: Fake News strikes again; Jerusalem's weekend

I'm putting this first in the blog today because everybody needs to see it. And everybody with school-age kids needs to have a conversation with them to make sure they're (1) not being victimized like this, (2) not participating in hurting others, and (3) doing what they can to stop others from being hurt. 

For the record, I think that a lot of stuff that people call "bullying" these days is a function of snowflake hypersensitivity. But that doesn't mean all of it is. I can't imagine what I'd do if I were this boy's father.


7:06 AM guest: After President Trump honored his campaign promise and recognized (the obvious fact of) Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the Palestinians called for "three days of rage". But what really happened in Jerusalem over the past three days? We'll talk with Meir Buchnick who lives in Jerusalem but used to work in DC for Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn.


The mainstream media, aka Fake News, was out in force in recent days with multiple errors, corrections, and retractions. One of which led Donald Trump to call out a well-respected Washington Post reporter by name and call for him to be fired.

The first one is really the most egregious:


Is this Nikki Haley making sure she can run for president one day?

And here’s what the Franken resignation is really about:

And this:


Arvada West HS Choir Director Chris Maunu is a finalst for this year's Music Educator Award, given by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Museum. Let's all cheer him on!

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