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Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images Doug Giles joins Jamie this morning to discuss an array of liberal hypocrisies. Starting with Eddie Griffin, the comedian who hilariously (heavy sarcasm) suggested his Dallas audience assassinate President Trump as they did President Kennedy.
Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for IEBA WATCH comedian Scott Stratten explain what 'old' people mean when they say 'millennial'!
Credit: Joe Raedle / Staff Who doesn’t love a great, romantic song that tells your lovely how much you care about them? Jamie breaks down the best and the worst love songs for Valentine’s Day! Watch below:
Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images Judge Napolitano joins Jamie to discuss the resignation of General Flynn. The Judge breaks down the legality of the issues leading up to his decision to relinquish his post. Sharing a rare opinion, Judge says he wishes General Flynn would have...
Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Raymond Buckley advises Democrats to, "Grow up!" Basically, they're lazy and will never change because they're born and bred lazy. Lazy Republican ought to be heeding this warning as well and thanking Jesus for Trump:
Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Image Todd Starnes joins Jamie this morning to discuss the sudden resignation of General Flynn from his post as National Security Advisory. Starnes maintains that the Trump administration needs to, "get their act together," noting the democrats are just...
Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella National Anthem - Mormon Tabernacle Choir Description: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and members of the Orchestra at Temple Square perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" by John Stafford Smith and arranged by Frank Asper, Episode...
Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images Tom Arnold says Hillary begged him to release tape that he claims has President Trump saying the N word ...
Photo by Michael B. ThomasGetty Images Propositions P will be on the ballot. It is a proposition for a tax to fund police in the county. It's expected to bring in $80 million, about $46 million will go to municipalities and the rest to the County Police Department.