Todd Starnes Show – Dec 15

THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

12:05pm- Day Trip! President Trump on Friday could be venturing into not-so-friendly territory Friday when he speaks at FBI headquarters, but he is expected to deliver a positive message to Quantico’s rank and file agents who work for the senior leadership he and his supporters believe are biased against his administration. The president will be speaking at the graduation ceremony at the FBI National Academy. The visit comes after he blasted the bureau’s senior leadership and its reputation, calling it “in tatters” and “the worst in history.”

12:30pm- Guest: Rep. Mike Johnson R-LA He is appointed to the powerful House Judiciary Committee and two of its subcommittees – the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, and the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Investigations.


THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

1:05pm- All Are Welcome….Except One! Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled an identification card program Thursday he said would open doors for people living in his city who do not have a driver’s license. Called the “CityKey,” the cards will be free for the first 100,000 people. After that number is reached, obtaining a card carries a small cost. “The CityKey — will bring all those different communities and more that are on the periphery, on the sideline, into our city. And when we say, ‘Welcome,’ we mean, ‘Welcome,'” said Emanuel. Plus: President Donald Trump is no longer welcome in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel declared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday night. ” Plus: Trump addresses the FBI and talks chain migration! (Audio) 

1:20pm- Guest: Matt Finn, national correspondent for Fox News Channel (FNC) based in Chicago. 

1:30pm- Bah Humbug! Deep in the heart of Trump country, the Salvation Army’s ubiquitous red kettle is turning into a cauldron of controversy for Sen. George Logan. An Ansonia Republican, Logan’s volunteer work as a bell-ringer outside a Walmart in Naugatuck for the Salvation Army, which is a Christian charity, has drawn opposition from a secularist group. The Freedom From Religion Foundation called on Logan to keep up the separation between church and state. The group wrote to him Tuesday to voice its objections to him ringing the bell outside the big box store twice this week, including an appearance scheduled for Saturday at noon. The flap recalls past controversies involving the Salvation Army’s red kettles, which were banned outside Target stores a decade ago. The retailer’s non-solicitation policy generated a significant backlash at the time, even though Target makes charitable contributions to the Salvation Army. Guest: State Senator George Logan ( R-CT)

1:50pm- George Will Slams President Trump–Calls Him Worst President In History


THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

2:05pm – Guest: Stephen Baldwin, actor, producer & writer. Most recently, Stephen can be seen on RT’s new show, “The Great American Pilgrimage,” where cameras follow him and co-host Max Keiser’s journey across the United States to speak with everyday people about what it means to be American. Through the journey, they discover the commonality that brings people together. 

2:30pm- Is Christmas A Religious Holiday? A Growing Number Of Americans Say No! A Pew study, based on interviews conducted in recent weeks with 1,503 adults, found that while a vast majority of Americans still celebrate Christmas, most find the religious elements of the holiday are emphasized less than in the past — and few of them care about that change.

2:50pm- A church’s nativity show went hilariously wrong when a 2-year-old playing a sheep yanked the Christ child out of his manger and was put in a headlock by the Virgin Mary.

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