7:06 AM Guest: I've long enjoyed hearing Home Depot founder Ken Langone talk about politics and economics. He's a truly self-made man...a billionaire. Now, Mr. Langone is out with a new book, "I Love Capitalism: An American Story." So many great stories in this book, especially for those of you who have even a little interest in the operation of financial markets and the world of investing.
8:06 AM Guest: Former Denver Broncos tight end Ron Egloff joins us for a few minutes to talk about life after football and a great charity golf event that you can get involved with. It's the Denver Broncos Alumni 12th Annual Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 3rd & Monday, June 4th, 2018. More info here: https://denverbroncosalumni.org/
9:34 AM: 9News investigative reporter Marshall Zelinger helps us understand the implication of yesterday's Supreme Court decision on sports betting in Colorado. https://www.denverpost.com/2018/05/14/supreme-court-sports-betting-ruling/
The Huffington Post reports that China is loaning money to a huge Trump-connected project in Indonesia and wondering aloud if that might at least partly explain the president's push to help a Chinese company that violated US sanctions:
Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti has been on TV an average of once every single day for the past two months. Frankly I have very little interest in this story but I do wonder at what point a woman who has been (voluntarily) used by men for most of her life will get tired of this lawyer using her for his own benefit.
How long until Stormy Daniels fires her attorney?
For foreign policy geeks: Note the stuff about Iran/Russia interests diverging: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/10/world/middleeast/israel-iran-syria-military.html