Democrats don’t like proposed changes to Michigan education standards. Paying your bills with your voice is a thing and it’s going to end us all. Principal resigns after inviting anti-cop community organizer to speak at an elementary school. North Korean shops are removing anti-American souvenirs and replacing them with positive ones.
Judge tosses lawsuit against Martin’s for woman’s murder. Awesome billboard in Texas hurts liberal’s butts. ABC had to retract a whopper of a lie about Manafort. US withdraws from dumbass UN Human Rights Council. Peter Strzok escorted out of FBI building.
Listener sent me Mayor Buttigieg’s hissy fit at WNDU covering South Bend being on the worst cities to live in list. South Bend wants to spend money on sexual assault classes for all city workers and elected officials. I have some other ongoing training class suggestions for them. WNDU confirmed to me they removed worst cities post after Mayor Buttigieg’s tirade. They falsely claim the violent crime statistics are in dispute.
Judge halts Deefield, IL gun grab. Democrats want to give the ATF new powers it used to have that had to be revoked because they abused them. President Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize. Benton Harbor school board votes to sue Coach Uzelac because he said mean things.
H.R. 3 rescinded funds from programs who were defunct or didn’t need the money. One of those programs is the popular Children’s Health Insurance Program or CHIP. A listener has asked me why she would vote against getting money that isn’t needed by a program back so it can be used by programs that need the funding. Good question. Rep. Walorski’s (R-IN) response was that she opposed cuts to CHIP, but H.R. 3 didn’t actually cut CHIP programs. So, her reasoning for opposing rescissions is false.
Rep. Jackie Walorski falsely stated that H.R. 3 would cut healthcare for children in the CHIP program. Daily Beast editor who celebrated Obamacare is now really upset at how much it costs her. President Trump is wooing black voters.
Rafael Nadal obliterates interviewer’s question about gender pay gap in tennis. WNBA found a way to increase attendance … show men’s sports. Seattle to repeal stupid ‘head tax’ less than a month after unanimously passing it. Democratic congressional candidate in Colorado says AR-15 rounds can’t penetrate Elk hide. FDA officially petitioned to consider eggs healthy.
US puts more sanctions on Russia. President Trump supports Marijuana Federalism Bill. Judge blocks Indiana voter roll law. SCOTUS upholds Ohio voter roll law. South Bend magically finds $250k to hire California firm to study why minority contractors aren’t hired for city contracts.
Imran Awan is now working for his attorney’s firm. Iran admits involvement with 9/11. Secret Service agent who did Marjory Stoneman threat assessment identified. Pulse Nightclub victims sue. Net Neutrality officially dead today. Democrats finally admit I was right about Net Neutrality being about prices controls, not freedom.
This is from my show on June 8, 2016. I’ve discussed following your passion many times on the show, and how disastrous that can be. I also discuss some of the silly things celebrity speakers put in commencement speeches that offer no value to graduates. Here is Mike Rowe saying exactly the right things that graduate need about following your passion with some commentary from me.
Indiana school shooter won’t be charged as an adult. Indiana teacher loses job for refusing to use chosen name and pronouns of transgender students. Michigan marijuana legalization will be on November ballot.
Most Americans have ‘news fatigue.’ Two big stories are breaking today while the media focuses on the stupid Philidelphia Eagles story. New breast cancer treatment was a huge success. Student banned from graduation for very funny senior prank.
US is number one in international competitiveness again. The real unemployment rate explained for a listener. MIT creates artificial intelligence described as a ‘psychopath.’ Elkhart votes to close the Tolson Center. Keith Ellison to resign from Congress and as deputy chair of the DNC.