Listen to Neal Larson’s full monologue below:
Temple Celebration and Rededication:
The Idaho Falls Temple is rededicated and ready for operation after a two year shut down for renovations. Neal Larson attended the Youth Cultural Celebration Saturday, June 3 and said the event was one President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other church leaders, “appeared to enjoy immensely.”
“It was just an amazing experience involving a tremendous amount of people,” Larson said. “A lot of smiles.”
An estimated over 12,000 youth performed during the celebration which highlighted southeast Idaho’s history and influences. On Sunday, June 4 President Henry B. Eyring rededicated the Idaho Falls Temple in three sessions.
The Idaho Falls Temple was the 8th temple built by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Defining What It Means To Be A Victim:
Between comparisons to terrorists as the downtrodden, Hillary Clinton’s “blame tour,” and recent controversy surrounding comedian Kathy Griffin and a graphic photoshoot of President Donald J. Trump’s severed, bloody head, Neal Larson says “we’re getting twisted in our ability to identify who and what are the victims here.”
“[Kathy Griffin] tried to maintain this weird balance between ‘I’m sorry I did what I did, but I’m still a victim over here,'” Larson said on KID Newsradio. “She wants to be magnanimous enough to apologize so she can save her career and at the same time, she could not resist playing the victim.”
Kathy Griffin held a press conference Friday June 5 following the announcement CNN had fired the iconic host for the outlet’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. Griffin claims the First Family is trying to ruin her and she is being investigated by the Secret Service.