Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour Videocast 08-28-2015

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Show Notes for Friday, August 28, 2015

Michael Tomasky of “The Daily Beast” calls in at 10am ET / 7am PT to talk about the possibility of Hillary vs. Biden

Fugelsang2John Fugelsang, host of “Tell Me Everything” on SiriusXM Insight 121, calls in at 11am ET / 8am PT for Fridays With Fugelsang

• The disgruntled former reporter who killed a WDBJ-TV cameraman and another reporter had been referred by WDBJ to an employee assistance program that provides counseling during the time he worked there, according to the station.

• While campaigning in Ohio Thursday, Hillary Clinton seemed to compare Republican presidential candidates’ “extreme views” on women to those held by “terrorist groups.” Republicans were quick to fire back and demand an apology.

• Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor on Thursday endorsed former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for president. Cantor, who represented Virginia’s seventh congressional district from 2001 to 2014, was ousted from office after losing the 2014 Republican primary to an upstart tea party candidate.

• Years after then-presidential hopeful Barack Obama declared “America failed the people of New Orleans,” he returned to the city yesterday to hail Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts and highlight the region’s resilience in the face of massive devastation.

Show Notes for Thursday, August 27, 2015

Karl Frisch, Exec. Director of Allied Progress, calls in at 9am ET / 6am PT to talk about Donald Trump vs. Jorge Ramos

• Health care reform expert Jacki Schechner calls in at 10:30am ET / 7:30am PT for “Jacki’s Healthcare Corner”

Melendez“Stuttering John” Melendez joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT to hang with us for the hour

• The suspect in the deadly shooting of a Roanoke television reporter and cameraman during a live report Wednesday sent a 23-page document to ABC News in the hours before the crime, saying he was driven by the Charleston church shooting.

• During a campaign press conference in Iowa on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton spoke about the deadly on-air shooting of a reporter and cameraman in Virginia and vowed to address the gun violence problem in America if she is elected president.

• Amid rising speculation that he plans to jump into the 2016 presidential race, Vice President Joe Biden said to Democratic National Committee members Wednesday that he’s not sure he has the “emotional fuel” for another political campaign.

• In a speech in Iowa, GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump — who has regularly promoted his negotiating skills as a selling point for his presidency — used broken English to briefly impersonate Asian negotiators.

Show Notes for Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Dean Obeidallah of SiriusXM Insight 121 calls in at 9:30am ET / 6:30am PT to talk about the GOP’s fear parade

Alazraqui• Actor and comedian Carlos Alazraqui joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT for “Coffee With Carlos”

• Donald Trump found himself in a confrontation Tuesday with Spanish media’s most well-known journalist, Jorge Ramos of Univision. Trump told Ramos to “go back to Univision” when the journalist stood up and attempted to ask a question, then had Ramos escorted out of the room.

• Asian stocks were mixed Wednesday and Shanghai’s index fell despite Beijing’s decision to cut a key interest rate to help stabilize gyrating financial markets and counter short liquidity. Most other Asian markets initially wavered but had appeared to regain buying momentum by early afternoon.

• Jeb Bush is trying to take a more forceful stand against GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump. Bush declared again, “it’s going to be really hard for me to be lectured to by anybody about the politics of immigration” when asked about his use of the term “anchor baby”.

• Donald Trump’s second public attack against Fox News host Megyn Kelly earned him sharp and public reubke from Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes Tuesday. “Donald Trump’s surprise and unprovoked attack on Megyn Kelly during her show last night is as unacceptable as it is disturbing,” Ailes said.

Show Notes for Tuesday, August 25, 2015

HunterSiriusXM Radio host Karen Hunter calls in at 9:30am ET / 6:30am PT to talk about this weekend’s Hillary Clinton fundraiser

• Charlie Pierce of Esquire’s Politics Blog calls in at 10:30am ET / 7:30am PT to talk about a possible Biden-Warren ticket

Bob Cesca of “The Bob & Chez Show” podcast calls in at 11:30am ET / 8:30am PT to talk about the infantile rage of the GOP

• Chinese stocks tumbled again Tuesday, with the main stock market index plunging 7.6 percent in the fourth straight day of declines marking the biggest losses in eight years, while some other Asian and European markets rebounded from a day of heavy losses.

• President Obama has given Vice President Joe Biden the greenlight to mull a White House run. The two had lunch together Monday afternoon at the White House before Mr. Obama left for Las Vegas.

• The Iowa chairman of Rick Perry’s presidential campaign, Sam Clovis, has stepped down. The news marks another strike against Perry’s faltering 2016 presidential bid. Clovis told the AP he didn’t want his decision to step down to be seen as “anything negative at all.”

• Donald Trump has a poor reputation among U.S. Hispanics with just 14% having a favorable opinion of him, according to a new Gallup poll, but the poll suggests there’s still an opportunity for the other gop 2016 candidates to make a positive impression.

Show Notes for Monday, August 24, 2015

The Rude Pundit calls in at 9:30am ET / 6:30am PT to talk about the popularity of Donald Trump’s lies

Dupuy• Syndicated columnist Tina Dupuy calls in at 10am ET / 7am PT to talk about why we should stop calling the GOP race a “Clown Car”

Voice Deity Jim Ward joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT for “Maximum Mookage Monday”

• Vice President Joe Biden met privately with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at his Washington, D.C., residence Saturday. Biden’s meeting with the prominent Dem is the strongest sign yet that the vice president is becoming more serious as he considers a potential bid for the White House in 2016.

• French President Francois Hollande presented three young Americans with the prestigious French Legion of Honor on Monday for their quick reaction to a lone-wolf terrorist attack on an Amsterdam to Paris high-speed train Friday that likely saved many lives.

• Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal Sunday and promised to do “everything in my power to ensure that it stands.”

• World stocks and oil prices are plunging today as a global sell off accelerats on worries about the health of China’s huge economy.

Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour Videocast 08-21-2015

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Show Notes for Friday, August 21, 2015

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• U.S. government employees with sensitive jobs in national security or law enforcement were among hundreds of federal workers found to be using government networks to access and pay membership fees to the cheating website Ashley Madison, The Associated Press has learned.

• President Barack Obama is promising Democratic lawmakers that the U.S. will continue to keep economic pressure on Iran – and keep military options open – if his administration’s nuclear deal with Tehran goes through.

• Former President Jimmy Carter said Thursday that the cancer spreading through his body is a form of melanoma, and he’ll begin undergoing radiation treatment immediately. Carter says that doctors found four spots of melanoma on his brain.

• Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, like Donald Trump, is calling for ending birth right citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants. He also plans to limit the number of illegal and legal immigrants allowed into the country.

• Caitlyn Jenner could face a manslaughter charge in a fatal February car crash in California after investigators determined she was driving too fast, officials and law-enforcement sources said on Thursday. The four-vehicle crash left a woman dead on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu on Feb 7.

Show Notes for Thursday, August 20, 2015

Karl Frisch, Exec. Director of Allied Progress, calls in at 9am ET / 6am PT to talk about the war between Jeb Bush and Donald Trump

• Health care reform expert Jacki Schechner calls in at 10:30am ET / 7:30am PT for “Jacki’s Healthcare Corner”

Goldberg• Comedian Dana Goldberg joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT to hang with us for the hour

• In the world of New Hampshire politics, Donald Trump crashed the proverbial party Wednesday, elbowing his way into Derry and stealing a little of Jeb Bush’s thunder by scheduling his own campaign event at precisely the same time as Bush’s, just 20 minutes away.

• Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and other 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls on Wednesday endorsed school vouchers as a means of driving competition and innovation in the nation’s school systems.

• Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle faces a possible five to 12 years in federal prison after agreeing to plead guilty to Justice Department charges that he paid for sex with minors and received child pornography.

• Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal lawyer has told a Senate committee that emails and all other data stored on her computer server were erased before the device was turned over to federal authorities. In a press conference earlier this week, Clinton said she was not aware if her server was erased.

Show Notes for Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Fugelsang2John Fugelsang, host of “Tell Me Everything” on SiriusXM Insight 121, calls in at 10am ET / 7am PT to hang with us for the hour

• Comedian and actor Carlos Alazraqui joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT for “Coffee With Carlos”

• Hillary Clinton again vigorously defended herself yesterday at a press conference in Las Vegas, repeating twice that she did not send classified material or receive material “marked or designated” as classified through her private email account, and again said her use of private email was legal.

• Former Florida Gov. and current GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Tuesday that birthright citizenship is a “constitutional right,” casting doubt on fellow 2016 candidate Donald Trump’s plan to do away with it.

• The FDA has approved the first prescription drug treatment to boost low sexual desire in women. The decision to approve the drug came late Tuesday after months of lobbying and debate over the drug’s effectiveness and side effects. It’s expected to hit the market in October.

• Longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is expected to plead guilty Wednesday to child-pornography charges. The development comes six weeks after authorities seized electronics and other items from Fogle’s home in suburban Indianapolis.

Show Notes for Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Pierce2• Charlie Pierce of Esquire’s Politics Blog calls in at 10:30am ET / 7:30am PT to talk about Trump’s helicopter rides at the fair

• Podcaster Jody Hamilton joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT for “Total Trollop Tuesday”

Bob Cesca of “The Bob & Chez Show” podcast calls in at 11am ET / 8am PT to talk about the GOP’s apocalyptic Obama fantasies

• Bob Corker, GOP Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has announced in a “Washington Post” op-ed his opposition to the Iran nuclear accord, dealing what’s seen as a big blow to the Obama administration as it fights to win congressional approval of the agreement.

• Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker heard some cheers and jeers from Midwesterners at the Iowa State Fair on Monday, as he gave them the 20-minute pitch for his White House bid. “I am not intimidated by you, sir, or anyone!” Walker said to a pro-union heckler.

• Intelligence community officials involved in the review of Hillary Clinton’s emails have flagged 305 messages for further inspection, new court documents released Monday say. The emails were found in a sampling of 20 percent of the total 30,000 emails.

Show Notes for Monday, August 17, 2015

The Rude Pundit calls in at 9:30am ET / 6:30am PT to talk about how poorly the Far Right is treating Jimmy Carter

Media MattersEric Boehlert of Media Matters for America calls in at 10am ET / 7am PT to talk about the media’s lopsided treatment of the GOP candidates

Voice Deity Jim Ward joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 11am ET / 8am PT for “Maximum Mookage Monday”

• Yesterday, Donald Trump’s campaign released its first official position paper, a three-pronged plan to reform the legal immigration system should he make it to the White House. Trump reiterated his intention to build a wall across the southern border and to have Mexico pay for that wall.

• Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be endorsed by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, sources have confirmed. The Republican’s presidential campaign has been hinting at a major announcement in Alabama, and he’s stumping for support in the South Monday.

• A trio of Republican establishment favorites — Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Marco Rubio — are all losing ground in the party’s 2016 presidential field, a new Fox News poll shows. Donald Trump, meanwhile, continues to dominate the race — earning 25% support nationally.

• Julian Bond, a lifelong civil rights leader and former board chairman of the NAACP, has died. He was 75.