Todd Starnes Show – Jan 29

THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

12:05pm- Anti-Military Rant! A video in which a Southern California high school teacher is heard slamming members of the military as “the frickin’ lowest of the low” in a classroom rant to students has gone viral. El Rancho High history teacher Gregory Salcido — who also serves as an elected Pico Rivera city councilman and was once mayor — even goes so far as to refer to those who are in the military overseas as failed students who had no choice but to serve, “Fox & Friends” reported Sunday. “Think about the people you know who are over there,” Salcido is heard saying. “Your freakin’ stupid Uncle Louie or whatever. They’re dumb s – – – s. They’re not high-level bankers. They’re not academic people. They’re not intellectual people.” “They’re the freakin’ lowest of our low.” He is also heard questioning why military recruiters were allowed to visit the school.

12:50pm- Grammy’s get political! 


THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

1:05pm- #Releasethememo Congressional Republicans on Sunday pleaded their case for releasing a classified memo that they claim will reveal political bias within the FBI, while the White House also waded into the discussion. Most Republicans want the memo to be released publicly, but the manner of its release — and whether it should be reviewed first by the administration — is a matter of dispute. White House legislative affairs director Marc Short on Sunday confirmed reports that President Trump wants the memo released for the sake of “transparency,” despite concerns raised by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and FBI. “We don’t know what’s in the memo. It’s classified, I haven’t seen it. But I think the president generally is on the side of transparency. And so, yes, I think he believes that that should be put out,” Short said on “Fox News Sunday.” Staff for Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, crafted the four-page memo based on classified documents provided by the DOJ and FBI. The memo is said to contain allegations that senior FBI officials abused a surveillance program to target the Trump campaign last year.

1:10pmET Guest: Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA)


THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

2:05pmNo Tackle! A legislator introduced a bill Thursday that could lead to Illinois becoming the first state to put an age limit on when children can play tackle football. State Rep. Carol Senate filed the Dave Duerson Act to Prevent CTE in the Illinois General Assembly on Thursday, a bill named after the late Chicago Bears defensive back that would ban participation in tackle football under the age of 12.

2:20pm – Question: Should children under the age of 12 be able to play tackle football?

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