Welcome to the Todd Starnes Radio Show Live Blog! We’ll post links to stories, guests and other items of interest that Todd discusses during the show. And be sure to leave your comments on the conversation. Todd just might read your comment on-air!
THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
2:05 – The Enthusiasm Gap/Cortez on “Soccer Moms”
2:20 – Police nab illegal immigrant ‘family’ after man found to have raped girl
2:35 – GUEST – Max Lucado, Senior Minister of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas and author of Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God
2:50 – More With Lucado/Jim Brown/Cortez
THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
1:05 – Defending The Speech You Don’t Like! Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued a statement following Facebook, Apple and Spotify removing “The Alex Jones Show” and other InfoWars content. In the statement Bozell said, ““I don’t support Alex Jones and what InfoWars produces. He’s not a conservative. However, banning him and his outlet is wrong. It’s not just a slippery slope, it’s a dangerous cliff that these social media companies are jumping off to satisfy CNN and other liberal outlets.” Shouldn’t so-called “free speech advocates” defend what they DON’T like as much as they like?
GUEST- Brent Bozell, Founder and President of the Media Research Center
1:20 – HGTV buys “The Brady Bunch House”
1:35 – TRIVIA WITH CALEB (TALK 1300-WGDJ-AM PUSH)
1:50 – TRIVIA WITH CALEB
THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
12:05 – Too Close To Call? Buoyed by a dramatic last-minute rally by President Trump, Republican State Sen. Troy Balderson appeared to be inching closer to beating back a challenge by insurgent Democrat Danny O’Connor in Ohio’s special election for a vacant House seat Tuesday, but it’s still too close to call! Trump-backed Kris Kobach leads Kansas primary by slim margin in unofficial count, but it’s too close to call! So is there an enthusiasm gap in the Republican party?
12:20 – The Enthusiasm Gap/Cortez on “Soccer Moms”
12:35 – Fighting Facebook Bans! Facebook lifted Tuesday its block on Republican Elizabeth Heng’s campaign ad, but the California congressional candidate said the company still owes her a public apology. “I’m deeply disappointed that Facebook would not give me a public apology for targeting a conservative candidate for Congress,” she said in a statement. “It took them 5 days and an immense amount of pressure before they ‘realized’ that they deliberately blocked my history and my story.” Is this the first victory for conservatives in the war on free speech?
GUEST – Elizabeth Heng, GOP candidate for Congress in California’s Sixteenth District
12:50 – Jim Brown and the Anthem