Todd Starnes Show Recap - Aug 10

The Todd Starnes Show had an all-star line up on Thursday's show which airs Monday through Friday 12-3 PM EST live on toddstarnes.com!

Click here to listen to Thursday's show.

THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:


UPDATES:

2:30 PM Gym owner makes no apologies for 'No Cops' sign:

Police officers and active military are not welcome at an Atlanta gym. WXIA-TV reported that the sign was posted on the front door of EAV Barbell Club, alerting people to the "no police" policy. Owner Jim Chambers took it down, citing complaints over the vulgarity. But not the message. Click here to read the full story!

2:10 PM Ken W. Starr, a former U.S. solicitor general and federal judge, served as independent counsel in the Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky investigations:

Starr said "there's a lot to be explored" on the Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting. "This is not Venezuela - this is the United States of America." This was a colossal blunder for the judgement of the Attorney General under Loretta Lynch.

It "creates a huge issue of the independence and integrity of the Justice Department."


THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:

Evangelical Christians have decided enough is enough. The American Family Association says they are going after senators who are standing in the way of President Trump’s agenda – especially on Obamacare. Is it time to primary liberal Republicans?

Call Todd right now at 888-788-9910.

1:25 PM Walker Wildmon, assistant to the President of the American Family Radio:

"Now, they're saying they need 60 Senators...when are the excuses going to end and when are we going to get things done?" 

AFA: Thirty Senate Republicans Defending Democratic Obstruction


THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:

Is it better to launch a first strike against North Korea – or wait until they take out an American City? Critics of the president say the only way to claim the moral high ground is to sacrifice an American city.

Todd discusses and takes your calls at 888-788-9910.


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12:25 PM Ben Evansky, Fox News producer covering the UN & foreign affair:

Evansky says we will probably see more resolutions in the U.N., but says with Ambassador Haley, there may be a new sheriff in town. He also reports that Kuwait and Russia are just two countries that are still doing business with Russia despite the latest resolution sponsored by the United States. Amb. Nikki Haley said it's time to put up or shut up on North Korea...including China and Russia.

CIRCA: How to survive the radioactive fallout from a nuclear bomb

Todd Starnes on Fox & Friends First: Trump won't let North Korea nuke Sarah Palin's backyard:


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