Thursday on the Morning Zone
Here is today's schedule of discussions.
7:07AM MDT: Author of "Tea with Terrorists", "Prophet of Doom" and "Yada Yaweah" joins host Dave Chaffin for a timely discussion of the top headlines from around the world and the country.
7:40AM MDT Wyoming's Senator John Barrasso will call in with the latest from Washington, including work on the Amnesty Bill, Sequestration, and together important issues.
8:07AM MDT:School may be out, but bullies are still plying their trade. While you might think kids get a break from the stress of bullying during the summer, Dr. John Mayer says today’s technology means the taunting can continue online. And girls, he says, are much more likely to be involved.
8:37AM MDT: Pundit, Joe Gilbert talks about The President of the United States used the Zimmerman “not guilty” verdict as an occasion to implore the American people to ask “ourselves if we’re doing all we can to stem the tide of gun violence.” While the Senate Minority Leader, Sen. Harry Reid (D) Nevada, said the President should weigh in on the Zimmerman verdict, and that the Justice Department should “take a look at this.”
Zimmerman was acquitted by a jury of his peers, despite huge pressure (and even threats) from the media, politicians, actors, etc. Yet he will now, apparently, be “retried” by a jury of the Left. The President has never shied away from sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong, where local legal matters are concerned. In this case, immediately following the Martin shooting, he said, “if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.” Without even getting into the fairytale picture of Martin that was painted for us by a mainstream media obsessed with race, and how that “picture” conflicts with more recent photos and descriptions of him, this was a stunning and shameful intervention by the President of the United States, in an attempt to influence a jury. Yet his actions bore no fruit. Justice prevailed.