Matt Dunn fills in for Dan Caplis. Will the English pivot from nice to nasty? Tired of treading on eggshells? Notes on the grim state of Leftist humor. Senator Al Franken clears his schedule, dropping an upcoming appearance with Bill Maher, on the heels of cancelling an engagement with alleged comedian Kathy Griffin. Meanwhile, after six years in the penalty box, the rowdy Hank Williams Jr. returns to Monday Night Football. Can Hank save ESPN? Also, as their Russian memes evaporate, the Left turns to James Comey for salvation. Comey Or Bust? Probably the latter.
Matt Dunn fills in for Dan Caplis. President Trump applies smart pressure to Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, in the aftermath of more terror. Trump pushes for "Travel Ban" while the thin-skinned Khan seeks to ban Trump from England. Mayoral overreach? A time for choosing, for the British. Exploring London's diminutive "Run, Hide, Tell" response to terror. Weak mindset for a once proud Empire? How far gone is Londonistan? Meanwhile, as ever, pathological American media blames Trump.
The Kathy Griffin Catharsis. Disgraced CNN comedian Griffin hosts peculiar, rambling, hostile press conference. Not funny? Hillary Clinton shows true colors by escalating blame games for defeat. Et tu DNC? Thus far, minimal introspection on display. Comey waits in the wings. How should conservatives approach the arena? The limits of cheek-turning? With Listener Calls & Music via Paula Fuga, Jack Johnson, the White Stripes, Zara Larsson, Morrissey and Roy Acuff.
Bad Week for CNN. Ranting or Reporting? President Trump pulls America out of the Paris Accords. End of the World? HBO Comedian Bill Maher uses the N-word while interviewing Senator Ben Sasse. Adequate response from Sanctimonious Sasse? Assessing the "scalping strategies" of the PC Police. Plus, the mystical aspects of Covfefe. With Listener Calls & Music via Helena Fischer, the Chainsmokers, Autour de Lucie and Erasure.
Panic On the Streets of London. Terror visits England once again. London Bridge is falling down. Assessing the response of Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London and self-proclaimed builder of bridges. Good time to keep calm and carry on? American media responds to London terror by attacking President Trump. Meanwhile, Supreme Court expedites review of Trump's "Travel Ban" Executive Order. Timely? With Listener Calls & Music via The Smiths, Pete Seeger, The Beatles, R.E.M. and Morrissey.
Matt Dunn fills in for Dan Caplis on Memorial Day 2017. Punk rocker Morrissey responds to Manchester terror. The last adult in England? The Left lights candles. Americans not asking about Russia. Dershowitz slams Toobin. Sore Loser Hillary.
Matt Dunn fills in for Dan Caplis on Memorial Day 2017. New revelations on Obama's illegal surveillance of American citizens. Deep State out of control. Sanctuary City Denver. Better off voting "NO" in Greenwood Village. The ongoing inefficacy of "Coexist" bumper stickers. Excerpts from President Trump's Memorial Day speech at Arlington National Cemetery.
Hillary Clinton continues her "I Am Owed An Apology" tour. Reportedly seething with rage, Hillary coughs her way through a Wellesley College commencement address. Yep, still blaming others. NeverTrumper Bret Stephens, now of the New York Times, expresses forlorn outrage that Hillary has failed to appreciate his sacrifices on her behalf. Unrequited Love? Meanwhile, Alan Dershowitz blasts the "Stalinesque" tactics of Jeffrey Toobin and the Fake News Left: "You're just making that up!" Where are the statutes? Plus, we take a moment to consider the questionable efficacy of "hypocrisy charges" in terms of persuasion technique. We share notes on Angela Merkel and the strange evolving case of Seth Rich. Also, we offer Memorial Day tributes with thanks to Abraham Lincoln, George Santayana and Victor Davis Hanson. With Listener Calls & Music via Johnny Cash, Lady Gaga, Eddy Arnold, Wilco, Neko Case, the U.S. Army Ceremonial Band and Ernest Tubb.
Morrissey responds to the terror attack in Manchester. In a bold statement, the former singer for The Smiths criticizes the weak English reaction and implores his home country to change its Immigration policies. Globalist Anne Applebaum of the Washington Post takes offense, calling Morrissey a "drama queen." New information reveals Libya has become a breeding ground for jihadists, but the 9th and 4th Circuit Courts remain unimpressed, as they unite to block Trump's temporary Travel Ban. The rise of Fake Law in America. Meanhwile, President Trump hits a "home run" on his nine-day trip abroad, gathering strength and momentum, as First Lady Melania comes into her own. The hostile media admits as much, but still tries to "make stuff up" to undermine the couples' diplomatic efforts. Also, we offer tribute to Gregg Allman via the story of the song "Midnight Rider." With Listener Calls & Music from Morrissey, Skeeter Davis, Eros Ramazzotti, U2 and the Allman Brothers Band.
President Trump returns to the Swamp after a successful trip abroad. Democrats hit rock bottom after the Republican "body slammer" wins decisively in Montana. Another failure for "The Resistance." We discuss the media's Russian Obsessions to background music from the Jaws soundtrack. But where's the shark? Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper again says he's seen no "evidence" of collusion. Former Democratic Senator from Ohio Nina Turner tells stunned CNN colleagues that "no one in Ohio is asking about Russia." The manufactured nonsense is not resonating with the American people. Meanwhile, we discuss the proposed mega-development boondoggle in Greenwood Village with Dave Kerber, Treasurer of "Save Our Village." We advise voting "NO" on June 6th. With Listener Calls & Music via Toby Keith, Social Distortion, the Rolling Stones, George Harrison and Johnny Horton.