Sorry to have to announce that I will be unable to do a second show this week (originally planned for tomorrow), due to family and other commitments.
Were I to do a show tomorrow, I would have wanted to discuss this news from the Wikileaks dump (that the DNC elevated Trump to help Clinton).
And also this piece by Ben Shapiro, among other things.
Who knows, these might still be worth discussing when I have my next show, which will be next Monday, October 17, at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT). Would your voting strategy change based on this latest revelation from Wikileaks?
Until then, be well!
Today we’ll discuss last night’s Presidential debate, in which everyone seemed to be trying to prove which of the two candidates is the (slightly) lesser of two evils. Other stories, too. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.
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In Second Debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Spar in Bitter, Personal Terms
Trump brings Bill Clinton accusers to St. Louis debate
Statement from Gary Johnson Reacting to the Debate
How Hillary Clinton Grappled With Bill Clinton’s Infidelity, and His Accusers HT Robert Mayhew
Podesta Emails, Part Two (Wikileaks)
Priebus Abandoning Sinking Ship HT Stuart Hayashi
House Speaker Won’t Defend Donald Trump, Upsetting G.O.P. Hard-Liners
CNN Contests ‘Absurd’ Accusation Reporter Coached Post-Debate Focus Group [VIDEO]
The Bad News: Due to a scheduling conflict I will be unable to do a show today.
The Good News: I’ll be doing two shows next week to make it up to you–one on Monday and one on Wednesday (both at 3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT)
“See” you Monday! All best wishes to those in Florida! Stay safe!