The Todd and Don Blog
James Comey Interview, Syria Bombings, and Starbucks CEO Apologizes | April 16, 2018
Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:
• Next Monday, parents will be hosting a ‘Sex Ed Sit Out’ to stop “graphic” Sex Ed in schools
• Sean Evan Haddon made threatening calls that he would blow up the police department building and shoot 200 students on the UT Campus. Police were able track his number and apprehend him.
• Barbara Bush, 92, is in failing health. She is focusing more on comfort care than getting more medical attention
Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:
• Emily Hawthorne, Middle East and North African Analyst for Stratfor, talks about Syria and the implications of the recent bombings
• TECH NEWS: More details are coming out about how Facebook collects data. There are ways for the site to track you even if you don’t have Facebook by directing you to their site via links on other sites.
-Apple has sent out warnings to employees asking them to stop leaking internal information on future plans. The company threatened legal action and even criminal charges
-Falcon 9 to be launched today from Cape Canaveral and will be searching for planets
• Grady Wilburn from the NAEP (National Association of Educational Progress) talks about standardized testing in the U.S.
Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:
• Starbucks CEO wants to meet in person with two Black men who were arrested in a Philadelphia store. They were denied restroom access because they did not purchase anything. The Starbucks employees asked them to leave but they would not, even after police came.
• Art Bell, original host of Coast to Coast AM has passed at 72
• Senator Lindsey Graham is pushing for a stronger US Military response in Syria
• A breakdown of the George Stephanopoulos interview with former FBI Director James Comey