From accusation to resignation in 4 hours - The Rundown, Tues 5/8/18

7:06 AM "Progressive" liberal media personality David Pakman joins the show to talk about a range of issues, mostly because I'd like my listeners to hear what a real "progressive" thinks. More about David at

7:47 AM: As we head into summer, consumer advocate and travel expert Christopher Elliott joins us to give us some good advice on the best way to book your vacation rental. Here's Chris's web site:

8:06 AM: Denver native Courtney Moorhead Balaker is the writer, producer and director of the new film "Little Pink House" which tells the story of the very worst Supreme Court decision of my lifetime, in which a 5-4 Court said that governments may steal people's homes by claiming that doing so will increase the tax base. Little Pink House is playing in Denver this week. SEE THE MOVIE TRAILER BELOW!!! And ticket info is here:

It took four hours for this story to end the career, or at least the current employment, of (former) New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, just the latest in a long line of "Progressive" hypocrites:

But wait, it gets even worse:


Schneiderman leaves behind a long list of pronouncements about how much he cares about women...


Doesn't it seem like we've seen this movie before? (Just replace Rudy's name with anybody else's name.)


Down in Pueblo, we're seeing the first teacher's strike in Colorado in 24 years.

The very centrist reporter Joey Bunch gets mad!

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