Vicious Circle Now Complete. A San Francisco jury renders "not guilty" verdict against the illegal alien who killed Kate Steinle. We review the responses of the Steinle family and examine the Sanctuary City policies that are putting Californians at risk. Why are many on the Left proud of this verdict? Time to build "Kate's Wall," we say. Meanwhile, President Trump scorches NBC's Joe Scarborough with a tweet about an "unsolved mystery" that took place in Florida "years ago." We look into the mysterious death of a Scarborough intern back in 2001, and ask why Scarborough resigned from Congress shortly thereafter. Responding to the devastatingly timed presidential tweet, a shaken Scarborough claims Trump has "dementia." Also, we look deeper into the FBI's Peter Strzok, the Trump-hating FBI agent dismissed from Team Mueller. What was the pro-Hillary Strzok's role in investigating Hillary's emails? And what was Strzok's involvement with British spy Christopher Steele, of the infamous Trump Dossier? Looking bad for Mueller here, and the FBI as well. Plus, the Senate passes the GOP Tax Cuts bill, Roy Moore appears headed for victory in Alabama, and we offer a vignette from philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer. With Listener Calls & Music via The Primitives, The Beatles and Camper Van Beethoven. Sacred Song from Johnny Cash.
December 3, 2017