February 9, 2016
Thursday on John and Cisco
John Howell and Amy Jacobson
8/6/2009 10:59:55 AM - John Howell and Amy Jacobson
Yesterday in their coverage of the North Korea story,
MSNBC managed to refer to Bill Clinton as "master of the universe"
and also claim that the Bush administration lacked human compassion.
Governor Pat Quinn is signing a law that will ban people from sending text messages while driving
. Is this something that will make people safer or is it just another layer of beaurcracy?
The White House is basically asking people to turn in turn in their neighbors for saying things that they don't like in the health care debate
. Is it scary that the White House is creating an enemies list?
Former UN Ambassador John Bolton
joined John and Cisco to talk about President Clinton's visit to North Korea and the return of the two captured journalists.
Bolton believes the visit was a mistake
Bill Clinton was all over the news yesterday after returning from North Korea with the two captured journalists
. Predictably the late night shows found some humor in Clinton rescuing to damsels in distress.
Moments of Racial Insensitivity:
A Boston police officer is suing the department after he was fired for making racist statements about the Henry Louis Gates case
a court in Spain has acquitted a Nigerian man convicted of assault after it was revealed that he was the only black man in a police lineup
Just a few months ago Congress was criticizing the executives of the auto companies for flying private jets to meetings on Captiol Hill.
Now they are spending $200 million on their own private jets
is the Senior Political Analyst for the
Fox News Channel
contributor and co-author of
The Almanac of American Politics
. He joined us to talk about the Obama administration's recent gaffes in the health care debate.