Special guests today: Former Colorado State Senator Mike Johnston is a Democrat and he's running for governor. He joins me in studio at 7:06.
At 7:34, Christian Toto joins me in studio to talk about the (overrated) Black Panther movie as well as the destruction of civility in Hollywood. (Does it mirror the same thing in our society overall? Does it cause it?)
At 8:14, comedian and actor Dana Gould stops by. I'll have a couple of pairs of tickets to give away afterwards!
Here is the entire CNN "town hall" on Wednesday night, including both of Florida's senators, the Parkland area's congressman, and Dana Loesch speaking on behalf of the NRA:
Dana Loesch was in a very difficult position, but she's also a tough-as-nails person who rarely comes across as empathetic and maybe wasn't the best choice as the NRA's spokesperson last night:
This kid made a spectacle of himself, and he put the issue of NRA campaign contributions front and center. I think Rubio's answer was more right than wrong.
Earlier in the day, President Trump held a "listening session" with many students, families, and others impacted not just by Parkland but also by prior school shootings including Columbine and Sandy Hook. The first video is the entire meeting. The second is the moment in which Trump talked about arming teachers: