7:06 guest: Scott Cleland, author of "Search and Destroy: Why you can't trust Google, Inc." Scott says that we should be MUCH more afraid of the privacy risks created by Google than by Facebook or any other company.
When this first went to federal court, I said that I thought Colorado's requirement that petition circulators for candidates be residents of this state is unjustifiable, constitutionally. A judge agreed yesterday, placing Lamborn back on the ballot. But will voters in the 5th Congressional District hold it against Lamborn that his signatures were gathered by people who broke the law (as it existed at the time)?
Yesterday, we spoke with District Atty George Brauchler who supports a new bill in the CO state legislature creating "Extreme Risk Protection Orders." Brauchler is for it, but the reaction of Republicans in the state House -- almost stripping the Republican sponsor of his leadership position -- says a lot about its chances in the state Senate.
Is it my imagination or is vaguely creepy that Mark Zuckerberg thinks that anything which might be made slightly easier by having massive amounts of user data means that there's "something to do here"?
Think about Manafort and Flynn and Cohen and now Jackson. All probably did things wrong, but all probably would have gotten away with it if they hadn’t been so close to Trump.