Episode 547

Does it matter if NFL players are gay?


September 9th, 2019

53 mins 21 secs

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Today on the show:

  • News Busters reported, "After a week of President Trump and the media battling over an outdated and edited projection map of Hurricane Dorian, which had been dubbed Sharpiegate, National Review editor Rich Lowry humorously ripped that media on Sunday for their obsession with the story by suggesting they’re like conspiracy theorists 'analyzing this with the detail of the Zapruder tape.'"
  • The Washington Examiner reported, "Even after spending billions of dollars this year, the federal government is running out of money to care for thousands of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, forcing the diversion of funds for Head Start and Alzheimer’s and cancer research, according to a new book from Michelle Malkin."
  • News Busters reported, "CNN Analyst: To Stay 'Viable,' NFL Must 'Encourage' Gays." The argument is the NFL needs to cater to gay fans. CNN is home to two gay anchors, who also draw the smallest prime-time audiences among the three cable news outlets. Being gay does not compensate for incompetence. BBC reported, "Chinese exports to Europe, South Korea, Australia, and South East Asia also worsened on an annual basis, compared with July."

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  • 6.2 Million Individuals Off Food Stamps Under Trump | Breitbart — More than 6.2 million individuals dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump completed his first full month in office, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
  • Texas attorney general leads Google antitrust probe — Fifty attorneys general are joining an investigation into Google over possible antitrust violations, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the initiative’s leader, announced Monday.
  • CDC warns about e-cigarette use after rise in vaping-related deaths — In California, an unidentified patient older than 55 was felled by the mysterious disease after using a vaping device to consume THC, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's Dr. Muntu Davis told reporters Friday at an afternoon press conference.
  • CNN Analyst: To Stay 'Viable,' NFL Must 'Encourage' Gays — On Saturday afternoon, CNN followed up on its Friday morning hosts gushing over the NFL's Ryan Russell coming out as bisexual by continuing to do its part to promote gay rights as CNN sports analyst Christine Brennan predicted the NFL must "encourage" more gays to come out so that it can be "viable" in the future.