Progressive politics, news & talk hosted by David Waldman
Kagro in the Morning - October 6, 2015

David Waldman tackles the big questions challenging us today. But first, why is Mike Huckabee calling for a boycott on Rainbow Doritos, but not the threat of Lucky Charms causing people to become Leprechauns?

Greg Dworkin
calls in to discuss the headlines:

Should we freak out about Marco Rubio yet? Well, superficially Rubio has some strong points and all, but the electorate never makes superficial decisions...

After Kevin McCarthy's Kinsley Gaffe, Hillary Clinton makes the first Benghazi ad hers. The Dems turn up the heat, with five Democratic members of the House select committee authoring a letter to Trey Gowdy, releasing portions of a secret transcript. How long before McCarthy is rumored to be a Democratic plant?

A mother of a Sandy Hook victim speaks at Clinton town hall. Clinton pledges to close the gun show loophole. Where is the gun debate heading?

The Trans-Pacific Partnership moves forward, influencing the price of cheese to the cost of cancer treatments, to rice in Japan.

David looks deeper into how Carly Fiorina sees money, charity, and people.

Fox News analyst tries to make a point, hilarity ensues.

Direct download: October_6_2015_64.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 11:44am EST