“Two Wrongs Make a Big, Fat Mess,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Two sets of two wrongs each: NFL players kneeling during the anthem, while Trump tweets “Fire or suspend!”; and Graham-Cassidy as the GOP’s answer to Obamacare. These stories & more on today’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

North Korea Says It Has the Right to Shoot Down U.S. Warplanes

Tom Brady Calls Trump’s Comments on NFL Anthem Protesters ‘Divisive’

NFL Teams Didn’t Stand For The National Anthem Until 2009 HT Deborah Rose

Attack Watch As a Case Study of How Force Stops Thinking

Republican health care bill revised to target key votes

Cruz opposes latest Obamacare repeal attempt HT Josh Yokela

Hashimoto’s Protocol


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5 responses to ““Two Wrongs Make a Big, Fat Mess,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

  1. Joe Madison

    Trump should have said players have a right to protest and fans have the right to boycott. That would have made it clear how he feels.

  2. Craig

    This issue brings back (fond?) memories of my childhood.
    Thinking it was an unwarranted imposition to demand that I pretend to pray in class (yes, they did that sort of thing in those ancient days), recite the pledge of allegiance at the beginning of the school day and/or sing the national anthem at school assemblies: I refused. I just sat quietly and refused to stand or participate in these rituals. This was in public schools of the states of Maryland and later Oregon (ca. 1960).
    Thinking back, I am a bit in awe at the righteous courage of my young self. The social pressure was intense. However, much to my present amazement, no one ever said a single word to me about my defiance of the norms. There was never a question or interrogation from a teacher. There wasn’t even a single nasty comment or bit of abuse from another student. They all just ignored me. (Except for one Jewish guy who, when he saw I was getting away with it, started refusing to participate in a similar manner.)
    How the times have changed and changed much for the worse. I miss America. I miss it very much.

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