The most prolific serial killer of our time has admitted to killing 93 people. Fifty of those murders have been verified.
VP of Litigation for the Pacific Legal Foundation Jim Burling joins the show to discuss the newly opened SCOTUS session.
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- FBI verifies at least 50 Samuel Little murder confessions, making him worst serial killer in U.S. history – Disrn — Samuel Little, 79, has been confirmed as the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history after the FBI said they’ve thus far been able to verify 50 of the 93 murders he’s confessed to committing between 1970 and 2005.
- Cut 2: Jim Jordan Responds to Adam Schiff Impeachment Manipulation and Gordon Sondland Non Appearance… | The Last Refuge — These “requests for interviews” are not legal subpoenas because the House has not created judicial authority within the committees’ by holding a full House vote to authorize. Therefore non-appearance puts more pressure on Pelosi to hold a House vote. Republican members Jim Jordan, Matt Gaetz, Mark Meadows and Lee Zeldin explain:
- Cut 1: Mark McKinnon: Elizabeth Warren Can Get Black Voters if she wins Iowa and New Hampshire — No Labels founder Mark McKinnon said that all Massachusetts Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has to do to overcome her polling deficit with black voters is win the predominantly white states of Iowa and New Hampshire, telling CNN “they’ll come aboard” at that point.
- Hillary Clinton replies to Trump's call for her to enter 2020 race: "Don't tempt me" – Disrn — President Donald Trump encouraged Hillary Clinton to run for president against “Uber Left Elizabeth Warren” in a tweet early Tuesday. The tweet also suggests Clinton explain “all of her high crimes and misdemeanors.”
- What to watch for in the new Supreme Court session | TheHill — Now in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, the Supreme Court will decide whether Montana’s version of the Blaine Amendment violates the Constitution’s mandate not to infringe on religion. This case arose after Montanans voted for a tax-credit system that gives parents alternatives to the public schools. However, teachers’ unions were not happy and the state’s Department of Revenue refused to implement the program, claiming it allowed money to be funneled to religious schools. Now the court will decide whether the so-called Blaine Amendments are constitutional.