Hal Sparks Is in For Hump days with Hal,& The Gang Gets Into Obama’s Speech In KS,The State Department’s Stance On Human Rights, &Trumps Debate
Sexy Liberal Hal Sparks joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 6am for all three hours of Humpdays With Hal
More than a century after Teddy Roosevelt’s famous “New Nationalism” address, President Obama sounded similar themes Tuesday in the same town in the Republican heartland of Kansas, delivering a populist speech that called for extending the payroll tax cut set to expire at the end of the year.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton challenged nations around the world Tuesday to recognize that “gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights,” building on an order by President Obama directing all U.S. agencies to “promote and protect” the rights of gay people.
Donald Trump’s Republican presidential debate took another hit Wednesday when White House hopeful Mitt Romney said he wouldn’t participate in the event. Romney is now the third candidate to decline Trump’s invitation to participate in the event.
Newt Gingrich leads the pack of GOP presidential candidates in a fourth straight poll of likely Iowa Republican caucus goers. Thirty-one percent of people questioned in a CBS News/New York Times survey say that the former House speaker is their choice for their party’s nominee.