Tuesday, August 28, 2018

posted by Scott Fitzgerald - 

There's a lot of love in this house.  Check this tear jerking reaction from both mom AND dad when their son unexpectedly returned home after traveling for over 14 months.   They were expecting him home for Christmas.  Dad's reaction at :33 in is absolutely priceless.  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

Legendary Jockey Pat Day joins Tony Cruise and Paul Rogers to remember Churchill Downs Vice President of Communications John Asher who died of a heart attack this week.

Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony as they remember the life and times of John Asher and how much he meant to this  community.

Sen. John McCain expressed his deep gratitude and love of country in his final letter and implored Americans to put aside “tribal rivalries” and focus on what unites. Rick Davis, former presidential campaign manager for McCain who is serving as a family spokesman, read the farewell message Monday at a press briefing in Phoenix.  In the statement, McCain reflected on the privilege of serving his country and said he tried to do so honorably. He also touched on today’s politics. “Do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of America, because nothing is inevitable here,” McCain wrote. “Americans never quit. We never surrender. We never hide from history. We make history.” And while the letter never once mentioned President Trump by name, some of the statements seems to take a last, subtle jab at the president.

The US and Mexico are finalizing a new trade agreement. What broke the stalemate, and what does this mean for other US trade negotiations?

This latest shooting promises to play an important part in tonight's primaries: Florida’s candidates for governor openly sparred over guns on Monday. Democrats contended Republicans were ignoring a wave of gun violence in the state, including the February shooting at a high school in Parkland that left 17 people dead, and the massacre at a gay nightclub in 2016 that left 49 people dead. The two GOP candidates lashed back that Democrats were attempting to politicize a tragedy. Meanwhile, exiting Republican Gov. Rick Scott is running for a chance at a seat on Capitol Hill against Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson.

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