08 Nov Media Narratives Failing; Interviews with Laura Leppert, 660AM’s Mark Davis
Listen to the first hour of our November 8 show, here. Links to articles discussed on the show, here.
Debbie’s First Fifteen are all about the need for Americans to trust their instincts more than they trust the media. The media stories that are propping up various cultural distortions and contortions are proving to be out of step with the American people.
Election results in Kentucky with new Governor Matt Bevin, in Houston with the landslide defeat of the transgender accommodation proposal, in SF with the rejection of a pro-sanctuary city Sheriff—all point to how far out of whack the media narratives have become. Media narratives about the growing economy are also bogus.
The saga of the Keystone pipeline deserves attention. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is a major investor in the railways that are the alternative to a pipeline—and Warrant Buffett is a big supporter of Obama. Wonder what that implies…
Veterans Day is coming up, and former City of Dallas “First Lady’ Laura Leppert is the lead organizer of a special event in Dallas
“Talk with the Talkers”
Debbie introduces a new segment where she will be talking on the phone with other radio talk show hosts from around the country, to get their localized takes on mood of the American people as the 2016 election approaches.
In this first venture into ‘talking with talkers’, Debbie talks with 660AM’s Mark Davis about the media’s treatment of Ben Carson and the West Point kerfuffle. The discussion covers the whole picture of the ongoing Presidential campaign and the media’s coverage.