Former federal prosecutor and current National Review contributing editor and Fox News contributor Andy McCarthy joins the show to cover a few topics including his latest article about conservatives acting like leftists when it comes to attacking social media companies: Facebook & Big Tech: Government Won't Fix Culture | National Review We'll also discuss, Risky move: Biden undercuts WH executive privilege shield (msn.com) and Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order Prohibiting Vaccine Mandates By Any Entity, Adds Issue To Special Session Agenda | Office of the Texas Governor | Greg Abbott
I'm still working out my view on Proposition 119 which would create a new program offering out-of-school educational support mostly to poor kids, funded mostly by a new retail sales tax of 5% on marijuana. We'll have two separate conversations hearing from both sides. First, Judy Solano and Norma Anderson give the "no on 119" view and then Brenda Dickhoner, PhD of Ready Colorado gives the "yes on 119" view.
We lighten it up a bit with the fantastic comedian Tom Papa who is playing at Comedy Works South at the Landmark this Friday and Saturday nights.
DIA is a MESS (and even some sort of weird entertainment doesn't fix it)
Jon Gruden is toast and I don't care
OK, but does anyone really want to work these days?
The latest installment in "Progressives Make Your Life Harder and More Expensive"
CDOT's greenhouse gas rules aim to battle roads' climate impact (denverpost.com)
Some of the strangest claims in the history of a 325-year-old insurance company
Aviva reveals quirkiest insurance claims in its 325-year history | The Independent