During today’s White House press conference, spokesman Jay Carney clashed with NBC News’ Chuck Todd over federal shield laws and President Barack Obama’s alleged flip-flop on journalistic protections. Fielding some tough inquiries about Benghazi, the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups and the Department of Justice’s tracking of journalists’ phone records, Carney repeated familiar talking points throughout the presser and attempted to rebuff blame waged against the president and his administration.
In just one week, President Barack Obama’s political machine has switched from endless campaign to survival mode. And for the first time in Obama’s presidency, the damage to his regime may be permanent. Three revelations have come together like an avalanche. First, there was a Benghazi hearing that proved beyond any reasonable doubt that this administration is feckless, dishonest, and cravenly politicized. But in its aftermath on Friday, an executive branch information dump dropped another bombshell: the IRS does indeed target and intimidate conservative groups. The Blaze's Buck Sexton has put together a terrific piece on why it could all come crashing down for the Obama administration. Read more about it HERE.
In the first hour, Pat looks at the Tulsa Public School "Smart & Secure" $38 million school bond and what the results will be if passed. In addition, why Tom Coburn is leading the charge for new taxes and reactions to the outcome of the Gosnell trial, Obama's press conference on Benghazi, IRS targeting conservative groups. In the second hour, our Tech-Guy, Gregg Stebben checked in to talk about the failure of the new Facebook phone. Eddie and Pat talked more about the TPS bond proposal and the tv commercials. Dan Witham (host of the weekend MoneyTalk program) called in to talk about TPS funding. In the third hour, Pat talked about the state increasing drivers license fees and Anna Higgins from the Family Research Council called in to talk about the Gosnell trial.
In the first hour, Pat talked about the Tulsa school bond issue & the Tulsa County commissioner's race, John McCain, Susan Collins, & Jim Inhofe on Benghazi and impeachment. In the second hour, the discusion continued on the Mayoral and commissioner's races. In the third hour, Pat talked about online polling, why the firefighter's union is supporting Taylor & Eddie's prediction on the Mayor's race.
In the first hour, Pat compares the Gosnell abortion trial with the Cleveland kidnapper charged with murder for miscarriages. Maureen Ferguson with The Catholic Association calls in to discuss. In the second hour, Dr. Everett Piper calls in to talk about Dr. Joe Wenke's satirical reading of the Bible, the Pentagon hiring an advisor for "religious tolerance", an OKWU critic who said Christianity is responsible for persecution, and the Gosnell trial. Terry Simonson talks about his Urban Tulsa Weekly Mother's Day article "Raising the Future" and the Tulsa mayoral forum, Kathy Taylor, & the FOP.
ABC News is reporting the Benghazi talking points underwent 12 revisions and were scrubbed of any terror reference. According to a story by ABC's Jonathan Karl; when it became clear last fall that the CIA’s now discredited Benghazi talking points were flawed, the White House said repeatedly the documents were put together almost entirely by the intelligence community, but White House documents reviewed by Congress suggest a different story.
In the first hour, Pat talked about the Benghazi hearing, judges and guns. In the second hour, Pat had highlights and reaction to last night's Tulsa mayoral debate. In the third hour, Buck Sexton from The Blaze calls in to talk about the Benghazi hearings and later has more discussion on the mayor's debate.
In the first hour: Pat talked about Hertz cutting or moving some local jobs and former congressman Ernest Istook called in to talk about the upcoming Benghazi hearings. In the second hour: Todd Schnitt called in to talk about the Cleveland kidnapping story and Benghazi and Pat and Eddie later talked about Kathy Taylor and the Tulsa mayor's race. In the third hour: More discussion about the Tulsa mayor's race, Lauren Hill's tax evasion, Hollywood stars' bitterness and Dennis Rodman and North Korea.
In the first hour, Pat and Eddie talked about the incredible story of the missing Cleveland women being found alive, years after going missing. They also talked about Kathy Taylor and a mayoral forum being planned at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center on Wednesday night.
On Friday's Pat Campbell Show: OKWU's Dr. Everett Piper was in studio during the first hour discussing a number of issues, including the FDA's decision to let 15-year-olds buy the morning-after pill. In the second hour, Congressman Jim Bridenstine was in the studio discussing the Internet sales tax and Obamacare. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie discussed Tulsa World readers comments about the Bartlett's crediting prayer in Tulsa at a National Day of Prayer event.
We were honored to be able to take part in a special event today at Tulsa's Veterans Park. The Tulsa Marine Corps League's Medal of Honor Day ceremonies were held and among those in attendance was Hershel "Woody" Williams. Williams is the last survivor of 11 Marines who received the Medal of Honor for their service on Iwo Jima during World War II.
4a-6a The Wall Street Journal
6a-9a Pat Campbell Show
9a-12p Glenn Beck Program
12p-2p Laura Ingraham Show
2p-5p The Schnitt Show
5p-8p Mark Levin Show
8p-10p Michael Savage Show
10p-12a Ground Zero
12a-4a Coast to Coast AM