Charles Adams is a former Police Officer, a former Judge and a practicing Trial Lawyer. Every weekday, he provides Houston, Texas and his online listeners around the World with his uncensored but even handed opinions on the latest political, legal, law enforcement, true crime, and social issue stories of the day. His show is unique in that he often criticizes and praises both sides of the ideological aisle and refuses to serve as a cheerleader for either political party.... Show More
The life and the indelible mark left by Bill Withers. Charles is joined by New Orleans radio and television host Jeff Crouere of Ringside Politics to discuss the pandemic response of President Trump and N.O. Mayor Cantrell. Charles encourages y'all to try new things at home during the pandemic mandated isolation. Jared Kushner is a tone deaf slum lord about stockpiling by the Feds. Scott McClelland and HEB give good advice and ...
A 30-year-old teacher and coach loses his battle with COVID 19. Pundits need to be honest with those tuning in and stop being pandering cowards. I get fussy with my accountant. Justin King gets fussy with some doctors. The government finally decides to tell us to wear masks when none are available to Americans. The Drug War is revisited when law enforcement should be exclusively focused on public safety, not morality policing.
Andrew Cuomo Nipplegate. Conspiracy theorist on the origin of the novel coronavirus may have been closer to truth than media. Sen. Tom Cotton falsely labeled an alarmist by Huffington Post and Joe Scarborough lies through his teeth to attack Trump. Honesty matters. China imperiled the world with lies and a whistle blower vanishes. More cowardice from 3 Republican governors.
Joe Diffie Memorial. Dr. Fauci delivers some frightening news. Relief for small businesses. IHeart and Taco Bell CEO's step forward when it counts. Investigation reopens on Tiger Queen's missing husband. Jersey Shore parents act like clowns and the governor and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino clap back
Mainstream Media largely ignores sex assault claim by former staffer. The COVID19 rescue package that leaves many taxpayers out in the cold. Trump's Bible Study Leader blames the LGBT community for the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic. Lina Hidalgo continues to let her constituents down.
Pornhub gets sued. Intentional spread is terrorism according to the Justice Dept, so did the Chinese Government commit an act of war? Prince Charles gets it and the UK responds with millions of mass testing. Germany has a mortality rate of .4 percent because of...mass testing. Elon Musk changes his tune.
Dan Patrick is a National Embarrassment. But many of the rest of the politicians are too. Stock market rebounds. Liberty University gets attacked for doing the right thing. Strippers deliver tatas and mini corn dogs. No giant lasagna.
Harris County's Revolving Door of Justice. Mattress Mac calls In. The economic response to COVID19 is forgetting small business owner. Charles discusses getting hit in head with a hammer at a dive bar in Baytown. Ronnie Killen steps up for restaurant workers economically disrupted by pandemic.
Medical students will be in the trenches of this battle. Is it right to blame the Chinese Government for the global calamity. Trump earns praise from CNN's Chief Political Correspondent and former Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang. Secretary Mnuchin channel's JJ Wentworth. Houston restauranteurs unite to advocate for a better response from City Hall.
Mayors across this country are limiting citizen movement, moving to restrict gun and alcohol sales, and denying police services all under the banner of pandemic. But we still aren't mass testing. I discuss some unreasonable and reasonable local responses to COVID19.
A family in Alabama is abused by their school system, local law enforcement and the Prosecutor's Office. Newt Gingrich rejects the narrative of many Republicans and paints a frightening portrait of life in Italy. Sylvester Turner and Lina Hidalgo steal our Liberty after lying to us for weeks.
Coronavirus. Calm down. Love one another. Look out for your friends and family We aren't running out of food. But China is full of sh*t. And Mayor Sylvester Turner needs to be more forthright with Houston. I close with stories of my home cooking this week and a toilet paper free poo experience I had in the Romanian mountains.
Charles discusses the global response to COVID19 outbreak. He discuss the new rules being imposed upon Italian doctors, the efficacy of Sylvester Turner's and Lina Hidalgo's "efforts" to protect Houston, how he thinks law enforcement should focus on during the outbreak, and how some of his favorite restaurants are responding to the epidemic.
Mas Corona. Harvey Weinstein sentencing arguments and revelations. Joe Biden vs an Autoworker Volcano and the 2nd Amendment. Alex Jones arrested. Community policing threatened by Harris County’s Commissioners but the public is fighting back.
Coronavirus spreads, fears are warranted. Bernie Sanders gets savaged by Hillary Clinton. Jim Bakker still running game but the NY Attorney General pushes back. Tulsi Gabbard is unfairly excluded from the debate stage.
Houston's Dr. Hotez calls COVID19 the angel of death, Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia trots out equity and class warfare to justify robbing taxpayers of the benefits of localism from Harris County Law Enforcement. Trumps tries to justify name calling and Bojangles alienates 1/2 it's customer base.
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