Our 8:06 AM guest has a shocking story. It will probably anger you more than surprise you...
One of the legacies of the Obama administration, something we've talked about a few times on this show, was the intense pressure placed on universities to find punish any young man accused of any sort of sexual harassment or assault, whether or not there is evidence to support such a charge and using procedures which defy every fundamental American notion of justice.
Houston Texans player Keith Mumphery thought he was past all that after a woman he claims to have spurned made an accusation against him: The police declined to press charges and his university, Michigan State, also cleared him...until the woman appealed that decision to the university. Keith joins us at 8:06 AM to tell us what happened next...
Before Keith, at 7:47, we'll talk to Jeff Hunt, president of the Centennial Institute which hosts the Western Conservative Summit -- where I'll be broadcasting from this Friday. But Samantha Bee won't, thanks to a decision by Jeff, which we'll talk about Monday.
It's dangerous to dance in Denver.
Some interesting stuff about the Democratic side of the governor's race, including how much money Jared Polis is spending:
Nice to see the Dems slinging mud: http://gazette.com/article/1626958
Rudy Giuliani was on a few TV shows on Sunday, fending off leading question by liberal MSM hosts like George Stephanopoulos and Chuck Todd about such things as whether Donald Trump can or will pardon himself. I thought Rudy did the best job he's done in a long time, though that didn't stop the headline writers at places like the Washington Post from wildly mischaracterizing the main point Rudy was making.
We know the environmental left lives in a paranoid fantasy about GMOs. Since Whole Foods is pretty darned tied in to that part of our population, what they’re doing now might surprise you.