On today's show: Trump's Wall, Qanon, and Tommy Robinson
Immigration and border security. Trump threatens to shut down government to get his wall. Maxine Waters calls Trump a bully. DACA and Trump getting rid of catch and release and immigration lottery. Koch brothers against Trump's immigration policies. Trump says he will meet with Iran in person, no conditions. Gen. John Kelly's year anniversary yesterday. Trump asks him to stay until 2020. Facebook goes into teleconference removing 32 accounts attempting to influence midterms. Who is Tommy Robinson? Qanon's latest breadcrumbs. Kim Jong Un is not in charge of North Korea. Kim sends back remains of 55, up to another 50,000 other human remains. Could Mueller and Rosenstein also be inside to drain the swamp? Kimberly Guilfoyle asked to leave Fox because of fighting #MeToo and she was also mean to subordinates and allegedly showed pictures of male genitalia often. Paul Manafort's trial starts today. No charges have to do with Russia. Sarah Silverman makes jokes about molestation and pedophelia. Offends many people in the midwest.
This is an uplifting children's book series that fosters coping mechanisms through knowledge. Oliver is an adorable doodle dog that captures hearts and young minds.
'In Welcome to Oliver Doodle's Forever Home', children learn about adoption, family and moving to a new home. Oliver leaves his dog family on the farm to begin a new life with his human family in the city. The story reveals the emotions, apprehensions, and coping skills he develops during the process. Reader comments: "...a dog which most kids can relate to, makes it easy for them to believe in the book and the lessons it is teaching..." by Windy Willie "Sammy Sutton has a hit with the charming stories of the exploits of Oliver Doodle, it is a well written children’s book about a loveable little dog, and the water color illustrations by Caitlyn Wade are marvelous." by Author Marta Moran Bishop Free Today on Amazon Kindle: Welcome to Oliver Doodle's Forever Home
At 89 years of age, billionaire George Soros is building a legacy through his children. Grace and Connor talk about his sons, Alexander and Gregory Soros, from George's wife Susan Webber, and their work through the Open Society Foundation.
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?
On today's show: Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward
The inquiry into Trump impeachment moves forward in the house as congress votes to continue the investigation. Is Joe Biden the fall guy? Has he always been the fall guy? Is he even a serious Trump opponent in 2020? How did Nancy Pelosi and the democrats change laws in order to get this far? Epstein coroner says his wounds match what is seen in homicides, but no further investigation into his possible murder will occur.
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.
On today's show: American Youth II - Dueling Dialogues Ep.186
Grace and Connor are joined by MSU students, Cadie and Ian, to discuss mass shootings from the perspective of: gun control, media influences, social issues, toxic masculinity, feminism, racism, white supremacy, and white privilege.