Tops O' The Morning 12.07.18

Candy Canes, Gayle King, The Legacy of Charles Krauthammer, and more!

The Chris Stigall Show
December 07, 2018 - 10:51 am

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Norah O’Donnell Attacks Gayle King for Defending “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

On CBS This Morning, host Gayle King defended the classic Christmas song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” The song recently came under attack when a Cleveland radio station decided to ban the holiday tune because, according to critics like Norah O’Donnell, it promotes sexual harassment.


Principal Bans Candy Canes—Claims the Candy is Too Religious

A public school principal in Nebraska was placed on administrative leave following her decision to ban candy canes—claiming the candy’s “J” shape stood for “Jesus.” Other Christmas items included in the school-wide ban were: Christmas trees, Santa Claus, and any Christmas themed ornaments.


Chris Pushes the Christmas Light Limit

Chris, the master of exterior illumination, finally finished decorating his house for Christmas. Despite the public outcry, Chris swears by the incandescent bulb and vows to use to them until they’re prohibited by law. Merry Christmas!


Daniel Krauthammer

Daniel Krauthammer, son of Pulitzer Prize winning political columnist Charles Krauthammer, joins The Chris Stigall Show to discuss his father’s final book, which Daniel edited, The Point of it All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors.


Don Lemon Calls Chris Cuomo a Chickenhead

Earlier in the week, Don Lemon referred to fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo as a “chickenhead” during a segment on Cuomo Prime Time. The term is allegedly a sexual slur, though Lemon claimed to be unaware of the term's meaning.