OXFORD, Miss., May 16, 2015 – Susan Knowles, WNJC 1360 radio host and contributor to The Blaze, joins Graceland this week to discuss the latest on the Veterans Administration.
After the VA scandal of 2013, have things improved? Has anyone been held accountable and have any fundamental changes been implemented to improve wait times and other problems? As Knowles explains, the answers to these questions are elusive, thanks in no small part to bureaucratic stonewalling.
Knowles also offers some observations on Michelle Obama’s recent comments on museums and minorities. Apparently, while growing up in Chicago, the First Lady felt alienated around museums, so other minority kids should too? Not exactly a message of hope and change.
In our second half hour, Jennifer Meadows and Curtice Mang try to make sense out of Barack Obama’s latest jabs at Fox News and how it reports on poverty. “We’re going to have to change how the media reports on these issues,” Obama said. Boy, that sounds ominous and a bit controlling.
Finally, it has come to the attention of some in the media that despite the water restrictions in California, the lawns of Kanye and Kim, Jennifer Lopez, Barbara Streisand and other celebrities sure seem lush. Hmm, wonder how that happens? We will offer some comments.
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