I enjoyed chatting on WHAS Radio with ABC News reporter Steve Roberts, the widower of NPR and ABC News icon Cokie Roberts. She was a trailblazer in broadcasting, raised in the powerful political family of Lindy & Hale Boggs. Her political insights grew from being deeply entrenched in Washington life from her preteen years forward. She died two years ago and Steve has written a book to honor her incredible legacy. Steve says writing and talking about his wife keeps her spirit alive for future generations to enjoy. We discussed Cokie's influencer status for women in media, her personal life, and Steve's affinity for his mother-in-law. AUDIO We never got around to discussing Cokie's tombstone, but as you see below, it opens up a
SUPER TUESDAY was a wild one! Biden came back to life, Bernie got smacked for the first time. Bloomberg and Warren tanked. Now Bloomberg is out but supporting Biden. But Warren won't yet clarify what she'll do next. All that is on the way but first...fast-talking James Carville gets the floor! Former presidential candidate and full-time hippie chick Marianne Williamson ain't having it. ‘Outrageous’ And ‘Undemocratic’: Marianne Williamson Blasts James Carville’s Comments About Democrats Backing Biden https://t.co/0RQwjASgnL— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 5, 2020 MSNBC can't get enough of Louisiana pundit James Carville, an advisor to former President Bill Clinton. Host Brian Williams tells Carville that his studio panel goes silent so as not to miss any of Carville's wisdom. Uh, OK. Before you click
Former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear gave the Democrat Party's official response to President Trump's first joint congressional address. Even the liberal hosts of MSNBC mocked the selection of Beshear instead of a younger, cooler Democrat. See below. Republican state senator Dr. Ralph Alvarado took Beshear's numbers and claims to task in print. Click below to hear my radio chat with Governor Beshear the day after his nationwide address from inside a Lexington diner. He answers questions about who controlled the script, his intended message, and his reaction to the criticism from MSNBC and other pundits.