During the news segment George had someone on talking about the Fair Tax. Cool. It's a plan that should be given some thought. Then a 911 Truther came on to talk about that stuff. Not so cool. Truthers are nuts.
It was an emotional introduction for Glenn Kimball, who needs a liver transplant or he will die, but he didn't want anyone to feel sorry for him. He seems to be some sort of an archaeologist, and spoke about DNA, and the origins of life, and Jesus, and, according to him, the Ark of the Covenant is located in...Arkansas. Get it? Ark. Arkansas? He was serious about it.
Joshua P. Warren in the last hour talking about those secret noisy tape recordings that are not really tapes, but wires that contain sounds, given to some kid by his dad who worked for an intelligence agency fifty years ago, and they might have something important on them, or something, but what I want to know is why do they call his segment the "Joshua P. Warren Paranormal Moment"? First of all, its not a moment, its an entire hour. Second of all, he doesn't always talk about paranormal things. Third of all, the whole C2C thing is mainly paranormal, so why single out one guy?
If George had a real producer, as oppose to the "yes man/coffee maker" he has now, these things would have been thought out, and perhaps a better name for the segment would be found. Something like the "Warren Report" that doesn't limit him in subject, and has that cool double ententre conspiracy feel to it.