Victoria Jones created and edits Quick Morning News. She is chief White House correspondent with Washington DC-based Talk Media News, where her insight and analysis are made available to over 400 news talk radio stations around the country and internationally. Quick NewsTrump: "They're finished"Democrats: Close fight in IndianaCruz confronts Trump voter: EpicObama takes SCOTUS fight to GOPObama to Flint Wed: Drink Water? No plansReligious freedom "under...sustained assault"Kerry: Syria "in many ways out of control" Trump: "They're Finished" (Politico, NYT, LAT, AP, me)• Donald Trump is done with these primaries. Campaigning in Carmel, Indiana, on Monday, the day before today's primary, Trump said, "If we [...]
We're back up on YouTube today! Nicole welcomes Deborah Newell back for another edition of Oy Floriduh. Fred Clarkson has been analyzing the Religious Right for over 30 years, and just published a new study on The Religious Freedom Strategy of the Christian Right. Plus we're feeling the bern!
Chris Christie squeezes into the already-crowded GOP clown car today! Nicole discusses his unlikely bid and more with the Gliberal Goddesses (GottaLaff and Amy Simon) along with the rest of the news. Plus Frank Schaeffer on religious hypocrisy
TRNS News Notes is brought to you by Victoria Jones. Victoria Jones is the Chief White House correspondent and global analyst of the Washington DC based Talk Radio News Service, where her insight and analysis are made available to over 400 news talk radio stations around the country and internationally. In the News Iran nuke talks extended to today Arkansas: Religious freedom bill Indiana: Business resistance/Anti-gay groups Differences with 1993 federal law Lufthansa: We knew of severe depression Executive order: Spying in cyberspace Benghazi panel wants Clinton to talk: Emails WH climate plan: GOP opposition Nigeria election: Incumbent president defeated [...]
Today, Nicole talks with Lisa Graves of the Center for Media & Democracy (ALEC Exposed & more) about the bipartisan coalition on criminal justice reform and whether ALEC, the Kochs, etc can be trusted. Plus David Silverman, president of American Atheists on this week's convention and the controversy surrounding it.
The world has indeed gone mad. We have religious zealots going all the way to the Supreme Court, claiming their religious freedom is being violated because they're not allowed to impose their religious beliefs on their employees. We have political opponents of the president claiming he's both a wimp/pussy/weak/feckless leader and a dictator at the same time. We have a country on the verge of descending into pure fascism, and people are either too busy, too broke or too uninformed to take the action necessary to turn things around. Please vote in November. Please support progressive candidates, as they're the [...]