Monday, August 19, 2019

Protesters sitting on the ground outside of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in Rhode Island, are confronted by a truck trying to get through. While most would agree, we all have the right to peacefully protest, do we have the right to block entry to places? Who is wrong here? See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"

 

Playlist for Monday, August 19, 2019

5a Hour

  • Show Me Love - Robyn
  • Lost In Japan - Shawn Mendes
  • Let The Music Play - Shannon
  • Luv Me, Luv Me - Shaggy
  • Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy - Sammy Hagar
  • Sweet Lovin - Sigala
  • Tomorrow - Silverchair
  • Eyes Of A Stranger - Queensryche
  • Let It Go - Def Leppard
  • Rise - Jonas Blue

6a Hour

  • Big Foot - Chickenfoot
  • You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift
  • You're My Best Friend - Queen
  • Down In A Hole - Alice In Chains
  • No Problem - Chance The Rapper
  • Rainbow In The Dark - Dio
  • Counting Blue Cars - Dishwalla
  • Wow - Post Malone
  • Message In A Bottle - Police
  • Space Age Love Song - A Flock Of Seagulls
  • Your Love - Outfield

7a Hour

  • Red Rain - Peter Gabriel
  • Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar
  • Lifted Up - Passion Pit
  • Rock Steady - Whispers
  • The Girl Got Hot - Weezer
  • Look Around - Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Turn It On Again - Genesis
  • Jealous - Gene Loves Jezebel

8 Hour

  • The Look Of Love - ABC
  • I Like To Rock - April Wine
  • Levels - Avicii
  • On A Roll - Ashley O
  • Dirty Laundry - Don Henley

From gun control, to Israel, to Greenland, it's been anything but your typical quiet August in Washington. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Joe with a look at the issues being debated, even as congress continues its summer recess.

 

Weight Watchers is facing growing backlash from parents after launching a weight loss app for children. Tens of thousands have signed a Change.org petition calling the decision “dangerous, irresponsible and immoral” and suggested that the app could encourage eating disorders. In a press release announcing “Kurbo by WW,” the company said the app is a “a scientifically-proven behavior change program designed to help kids and teens ages 8-17 reach a healthier weight, derived from Stanford University's Pediatric Weight Control Program. ABC's Cheri Preston joins Joe with the latest.

 
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