Everyday, Glenn meets with his producers to discuss the biggest stories of the day before going on radio and TV in the morning meeting. Today, they tackled daydreaming kids, David Gregory, failing Army technology, and a scary ban on judges in California.
Today's big stories:
Why are daydreaming kids the latest target?
Sluggish cognitive tempo. It’s the new psychological disorder that all you parents need to be worried about. What is it? Basically, it’s daydreaming. More
David Gregory’s mental state
So why would NBC send “psychological consulatants” to meet with the friends and family of their ‘Meet The Press’ host David Gregory? That’s one of the questions that Glenn wanted his producers to explain in today’s morning meeting. Gregory has come under a lot of scrutiny lately for being unlikeable, and it seems like NBC is trying to figure out how to make him more relatable to the average viewer. HINT: He could just do a good show.
Armed & Unaccountable
This week, ‘For The Record’ and TheBlaze expose how the U.S. Army’s top brass failed to provide the necessary technology to troops on the battlefield, choosing to promote their own failing software instead. TheBlaze's senior Washington correspondent Sara Carter has written a series of investigative articles to accompany the groundbreaking report, and she talked to Glenn during the morning meeting about the investigation.
California will ban judges
California has proposed to ban members of the Boy Scouts from serving as judges because of the organization’s stance on homosexuality. More