LIVE BLOG: Todd Starnes Show - Nov 8



2:05pm – SCREAM!! Thousands of people across the US will mark the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s election by screaming "helplessly" at the sky. Anti-Trump protesters in cities including New York, Boston and Philadelphia have pledged to attend in their thousands to "scream helplessly at the sky on the anniversary of the election." Over 10,000 people are predicted to gather at Washington Square Park in New York City on November 8. Events are also planned in Miami, Dallas, and Austin. The event, which was born in Boston, will see activists come together and yell their frustration after a year of the Trump administration into the sky. “Join us cucks and snowflakes, safe spacers and libtards, as we enjoy a collective cathartic yell into the heavens about our current political establishment,” organizers of the New York event wrote.

Plus: Young Americans have soured on capitalism. In a Harvard University poll conducted last year, 51 percent of 18-to-29 year-olds in the U.S. said they opposed capitalism; only 42 percent expressed support. Among Americans of all ages, by contrast, a Gallup survey last year found that 60 percent held positive views of capitalism. A poll released last month found American millennials closely split on the question of what type of society they would prefer to live in: 44 percent picked a socialist country, 42 percent a capitalist one. The poll, conducted by YouGov and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, found that 59 percent of Americans across all age groups preferred to live under capitalism.

Guest: Caleb Parke is an associate editor for You can follow him on Twitter @calebparke



1:05pm- Mourning! Authorities are continuing to investigate the mass shooting that left at least 26 people dead and 20 others wounded after a gunman opened fire inside a South Texas church. Authorities believe the shooting suspect, Devin Patrick Kelley, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the sheriff in Sutherland Springs. Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told CBS News correspondent Jeff Glor that Kelley shot himself after he tried to get away from the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. Kelley was being chased by two men in a truck after attacking the church during Sunday morning services. Guest: Steve Gaines is the president of the Southern Baptist Convention – the nation’s largest Protestant denomination. He is also pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis Tennessee.  

1:50pm- Michigan Considering Bill Allowing Concealed Guns In Churches, Schools



Caring to Love Ministries 2017 Banquet and Gala with keynote Speaker Todd Starnes 

Caring to Love Ministries 2017 Banquet and Gala with keynote Speaker Todd Starnes 

12:05pm- Dems Win Big? Democrats rode to victory in Tuesday's hotly contested gubernatorial elections, as Ralph Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie in Virginia and Phil Murphy beat Republican Kim Guadagno in New Jersey. The victories -- especially the win in Virginia -- are a shot in the arm to the beleaguered Democratic Party, which has lost four special congressional elections to Republicans since Donald Trump was elected president a year ago. Northam, Virginia's lieutenant governor, won with the support of federal government employees and non-white voters, according to the Fox News Voter Analysis. Northam garnered 54 percent to Gillespie's 45 percent, with 99 percent of precincts reported. 

12:20pm- Open/Calls/Audio/ Question: Was this a referendum on Donald Trump? 888-788-9910

12:30pm-  Did Democrats Turn the tables last night in Virginia & New Jersey? Todd goes straight to the States.

Guest: Jeff Katz,  award winning media personality. He is a columnist for The Boston Herald and The Valley Patriot and a talk show host on WRVA Radio. 

Guest: Harry Hurley, radio  host of Hurley In The Morning for WPG in Atlantic City, NJ. 

12:50pm- Denver Creating Massive Legal Defense Fund For Immigrants