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Fox News host Howard Kurtz joins us to talk about his new book about the media's treatment of President Trump. And Becket Adams of the Washington Examiner joins us to talk about the backlash against Hillary Clinton for protecting a top campaign
Merrill Matthews, PhD., a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation, joins us to talk about tax competition. Also, film critic Jeff Howard tells us which movies are worth seeing this weekend. Image credit: shutterstock.com
We take so much for granted in this great country like Medicare and Medicaid, voting rights, integrated schools and hospitals as well as environmental and consumer protections. Yet this extraordinary political inheritance is at risk. Here to di
We live in a time where journalists have become activists, and Americans are left with no one they can rely on to find the truth. Here to discuss this is Howard Kurtz; he is an American journalist and author best known for his coverage of the m
Brian Bosché, the Chief Operating Officer at The Millennial Solution, joins us to talk about President Trump's first State of the Union address.Image credit: U.S. Department of Energy/Flickr
The President hit many key points in his State of the Union address last night. Here to discuss this is Ellen Ratner; she is the DC Bureau Chief for Talk Media News.Image credit: Talk Radio News Service/Flickr
Professor Allan Saxe joins us to talk about the main takeaways from President Trump's first State of the Union address. Also, we discuss what's going on in Turkey with Breitbart's John Hayward. Image credit: The White House/Flickr
Legal expert Byron Henry explains why the ACLU is suing members of Congress.Image credit: Diego G Diaz / Shutterstock.com
What would life look like if the electromagnetic technology of the entire earth was suddenly wiped out? We're talking about no cell phones, no Internet, and maybe not even basic electricity. This isn’t science fiction: the Earth’s magnetic pole
As President Trump wrestles with Congress in order to secure funding for the border wall, construction companies jockey for the contract to actually build it. Here to discuss this is Anna Giaritelli; she is a breaking news reporter for the Wash
Bobby Albert, the CEO of Values-Driven Leadership LLC, joins us to talk about increasing wages and other signs of prosperity returning to America. Also, we talk to cybersecurity expert Michael Duagherty about FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's
The future of automobiles is here: General Motors introduced the world’s first commercially available self-driving car. But is this technology really all that? Here to discuss self-driving cars is The Car Coach herself, Lauren Fix.Image credit:
Here to talk about President Trump's first State of the Union address is Rick Robinson; he is a novelist and political humorist living in Washington, DC. His newest book is "Hypertension Down: My Research, Findings & Success!" Image credit: U.S
Dr. Shahan Chowdhury joins us to talk about the startling risk the flu poses to older people.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Here with our entertainment news for the week is Nicole Moschella of Rare.us. And Prestell Askia joins us to talk about her new book about relationships, "The Couples Cure Book, Mastering the Art of Relationships in 7 Easy Steps."Image credit:
Cecile Richards is planning to resign as president of Planned Parenthood after more than 10 years of leading the abortion mill. Here to discuss this is Liberty McArtor; she is a Staff Writer for The Stream (Stream.org).Image credit: Lorie Shaul
We talk to Ellen Ratner about President Trump's most recent remarks at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Image credit: Number 10/Flickr
The University of Connecticut restricted public access to a speech by conservative speaker Ben Shapiro and offered counseling to students who might have been offended by his appearance on campus. Here to talk about this is Mike Opelka; he is a
Seton Motley, the President of Less Government.org, joins us to talk about the future of the U.S. Post Office.Image credit: Roman Tiraspolsky / Shutterstock.com
President Trump said that he is considering a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients. Here to discuss this is Sarah Westwood; she is a White House reporter for the Washington Examiner.Image credit: mark reinstein / Shutterstock.com
President Trump is attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland; he is the first US President to attend the annual gathering since then-President Clinton attended in 2000. Here to discuss this is Professor Allan Saxe; Professor Saxe
Phone texts suggest that Loretta Lynch knew that FBI Director James Comey was going to clear Hillary Clinton. Here to discuss this is Al Perotta; he is the managing editor at The Stream (stream.org).Image credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com
Senate Democrats say they have enough votes to overrule the repeal of net neutrality. Here to discuss this is Brian Maloney, the Editor-in-Chief of Media Equalizer.com.Image credit: shutterstock.com
For 150 years, The World Almanac and Book of Facts has remained a constant, authoritative source for people all around the globe. Here to discuss The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2018 is Sarah Janssen, senior editor of The World Almanac.Imag
Nominations for this year’s Oscars were announced this week. Here to talk more about this is Jeff Howard, The Vegas Film Critic. You can check out Jeff’s reviews at VegasFilmCritic.com.Image credit: Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com
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