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252 – More Examples Of Political Violence, ESPN Learns Their Political Lesson and Wasn’t President Trump Supposed To Hate Gay People?

Tony Katz has more examples of violence in today’s politics. A GOP campaign manager was attacked in Nevada by a man who was arrested earlier this year for attacking the press secretary for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

President Trump has nominated an openly gay man to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. What? Did you think he hated gay people?

ESPN may have learned their lesson about politics and programming, and a caravan of people from Honduras and other countries is allegedly making its way to the United States.

Tony Katz on Hannity

On Tuesday, October 4th I joined Sean Hannity on his show on FOX News Channel as part of The Great American Panel.  Joining me are Deirdre Imus and New York State Senator Greg Ball (R).  The panel talks about the Hank Williams controversy, and the real story behind the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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The Hank Williams comments have created “controversy,” with two articles addressing my comments here and here.  More grasping at straws than anything concrete.  Amazingly – but not surprisingly – no comments on my accurate assessment that the Occupy Wall Street movement has the same vision as the Black Panthers.