Fact Checking the Fact Checkers with Michael Cutler

fact checking the cbs immigration fact check with michael cutler on the americhicks february 2019 (1)
On Monday, February 11th, 2019, Kim and Meghann SIlverthorne discuss the Douglas County School District, Jay Davidson and Kim talk about TABOR and the state of the economy, and Kim and Michael Cutler fact-check CBS News and "nine facts that describe the state of immigration in 2019."

In today’s show, Kim talks with Meghann Silverthorne, former president of the Douglas County School Board, about Douglas County School District and the Douglas County School Board recent responses to criticism. A parody Twitter account is snarking on the district and the board, and Douglas County School District is throwing a tantrum on Twitter:

Kim also shares some fun and timely observations from the Americhicks Facebook page.

Jay Davidson, founder and president of First American State Bank, joins Kim for a conversation about the current state of Colorado politics, concerns over changes to Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR), and how the economy has flourished under President Trump’s administration.

Kim’s featured guest is Michael Cutler, an expert on immigration issues with over thirty years of service with the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), the predecessor to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Michael and Kim fact check the fact checkers by going through nine “facts” that CBS claims “describe the state of immigration in 2019.”

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