THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
12:05pm- Amnesty? The White House Thursday released an immigration plan that would offer a path to citizenship for approximately 1.8 million of the so-called “Dreamers,” along with a $25 billion investment in border security — including for President Trump’s long-promised wall. The White House was expected to provide more details of the president’s proposal early next week. But the proposal represents a reversal for Trump and could provoke resistance among his conservative allies.
12:20pm- Question: What should Todd think of the proposal? Do you support it? 888-788-9910
12:30pm– Guest: David Inserra, Policy Analyst for Homeland Security with the Heritage Foundation.
THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
1:05pm- More fake News! While the President is killing in over in Davos the MSM is trying to take him down in his own Country. The White House was rocked overnight by an explosive report that President Trump ordered the firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller last June and only backed down after the top White House lawyer threatened to quit. Trump, in Davos for the World Economic Forum, denied The New York Times story early Friday, calling it “fake news, folks.”
1:30pm- Guest: Kayleigh McEnany, the newest RNC Spokesperson, former CNN Commentator
THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW
2:05pm – 100K To Mow Lawns? It’s not unusual for high school students to mow lawns, shovel snow, or do other odd jobs to earn a little extra cash. But when that pocket change approaches six figures, that’s something special. RJ Duarte, a Golden, Colo. high school senior, has been mowing lawns since he was six years old. He did such a good job that he amassed a big enough client base that he brought his classmate Owen Johnson on board in middle school. Today, the two run Green Worx Landscaping—and have turned a common neighborhood business into a fully-fledged corporation. Guest: RJ Duarte, Founder & CEO of Green Worx landscaping.
2:30pm- Free Speech! The Trump administration is wading into the ongoing legal battle between UC Berkeley and conservative students who say the school is stepping on their right to free speech. On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a statement of interest in the case in support of the students, agreeing that their complaint “adequately pleads that the university’s speech restrictions violate the First Amendment.” “This Department of Justice will not stand by idly while public universities violate students’ constitutional rights,” Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand said in a statement. Guest: Cabot Phillips, media director of Campus Reform.