Jeff Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General, by a 52-47 vote. Sen Elizabeth Warren was accusing Jeff Sessions of discouraging black voters from voting which is false. Other than abusing the King name to advance a lousy political agenda, what has Warren done for her state or country? The answer is nothing. What has Sens Chuck Schumer, Corey Booker and the Democrat Party done for the black community? The irony is that Sessions has done more than all of them put together. Sessions was involved in prosecuting the head of the KKK in Alabama, got the death penalty for him and desegregated schools in his state. The Democrats don’t speak for all the blacks in this country or minorities, they speak for themselves. Also, the 7 nations that are part of the temporary ban are there for a reason. Either they have governments hostile to us or no government at all. The leftist lawyers and judges can throw around these phrases about the Constitution all the time. However, the Constitution does not apply outside the borders of this country. After that, some Republicans want to put a tax on carbon dioxide and air. Everyone who has completed a 5th grade education knows carbon dioxide is necessary. We would die without greenhouse gases. Rather than getting a bill on slashing taxes, they are working on this. The Republicans and business leaders calling themselves the Climate Leadership Council are responsible. This carbon tax effort, promoted by Hank Paulson and James Baker, aims at pushing President Donald Trump to put a tax on carbon in exchange for abolishing a slew of environmental regulations. A carbon tax has nothing to do with conservatism. Later, Mark Meckler calls in to talk about the Convention of States and how Article V is being opposed in South Dakota by the Concerned Women of America. These women are spreading lies about a runaway convention. Also, some of the legislators in South Dakota are either afraid of a runaway convention or think that Trump will fix everything. These legislatures have the power and the duty o get behind Article V. Finally, Rich Little calls in to talk about his book, “Little by little. People I’ve Known and Been”.