Impeachment Update: 

Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., announced late Thursday night that he would not support additional witnesses in President Trump’s “shallow, hurried and wholly partisan” Senate impeachment trial.

Political Campaign Ads: 

Nick explains how political campaign ads work on radio, and the federal rules on running them.


Mike Bloomberg has already spent close to $100 million dollars in political ads.

Dinner with Hitler: 

Grand Valley State University offensive coordinator Morris Berger has resigned following his recent comments that he’d like to have dinner with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

Fired up: 

When it comes to the 2020 presidential election, Democrats are nervous wrecks and Republicans are fired up.

Election Polls: 

Bernie Sanders has the best bet against President Trump in Texas. This comes after a new poll that was posted earlier this week. 

Trump Pens: 

President Trump appeared to mock House Speaker Nancy Pelosi this week by gleefully handing out souvenir pens at the USMCA signing ceremony.

Removing California: 

MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson said President Trump will eliminate Californians’ right to vote in the 2020 election if the Senate does not remove him from office.