Grace and Connor review the book, Hillbilly Elegy, by J. D. Vance. Poverty, race, pessimism, marriage, and drug abuse, among working class whites and how they choose to support Trump. The book is about to be made into a Netflix movie directed by Ron Howard.
DOJ and FBI Corruption Trump needs to clean house on Obama era staff over the holidays.
Votes move tax reform forward late Friday.
Mueller fires an FBI agent over anti-Trump pro-Hillary texts. He led investigation into Hillary investigation, gave money to campaign and was also sleeping with one of the female lawyers in the Russian probe.
A house lawyer urges contempt citations to DOJ and FBI over dossier stonewalling. The dossier was funded by Clintons and the DNC possibly even the FBI. Trump tweets about the contempt.
ABC suspends Brian Ross for the Flynn article calling for Trump's impeachment. Stock market sells off but soon recovers. Trump says if you lost money, sue ABC. Should the FCC charge ABC?
Sports gambling may be made legal in all states. Pro teams are against it as it may compromise their integrity.
On today's show: Did McCain Ignite America's Biggest Health Care Crisis?
Today is 9-11, how things changed across the US and how it relates to politics. McCain's thumbs down vote has possibly caused America's biggest health care crisis in history. Many individual insurance policies will cease to exist in a few months, and people are just starting to get notified about losing all health insurance coverage in January 2019.
author, crazy, extreme or realistic? How important is the traditional male
role? Is masculinity critical? Is there a tribal instinct that drives
heterosexual men to strive to impress one another rather than women?
What if Anne
Frank’s sister, Margot, lived and made the journey to begin a new life in The
United States? Furthermore, delving deeper into speculation, Anne Frank
mentioned her older sister also kept a diary, what would we learn from Margot’s
perspective if her diary surfaced?
Beth Hoffman gained an audience with her International Bestseller Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt. Her fans yearned for another and it was well worth the wait. Looking For Me reflects Beth Hoffman’s methodical and elegant style.
Fortunately, I have had the opportunity to exchange thoughts with her a couple of times and she is a delightful woman. There is a strength that emerges from within her southern roots, a former interior designer, she has an eye for detail and a heart filled with hope for even the most blemished. Beth’s stories bring us strong, determined women that are a reflection of her.