Wed, 11 May 2016
Ok, well, you know David Waldman’s Kagro in the Morning is the most interesting and informative show out there. So, why are you keeping it a secret? Go out and tell your friends. Tell one friend today, to go listen to today’s show.
Greg Dworkin reports that after the West, By God, Virginia primaries, the race is still about race. How did Trump happen? Racial resentment sure helped. Heidi Cruz says Cruz ’16 was like fighting slavery, but took less time. Greg makes sense of the polling that says nearly half of W.Va. Sanders backers would vote Trump.
House Republicans acknowledge that they’ll miss the new budget deadline, really didn’t know their job was going to be this hard, and will take a vacation now. Maybe they will come back and write an easier one.
Joan McCarter missed the previous KITM Joan McCarter Wednesday, so she has a lot of information to share:
The Senate comes back to work, but they have little to show for it. Ted Cruz makes his triumphant return to the Senate, Tom Cotton may not get to play anymore. Koch & Rove money isn’t going to Trump, but senators aren’t about to leave it on the table. Chuck Grassley quit having a problem with Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell hopes to ignore him and hopes Trump will go away. The Koch brothers blow 2 million dollars on false ads against Russ Feingold.
Unfortunately for almost everyone, thousands of pictures of naked defendants on a judge’s computer are not going away.