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Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is catching blame from fellow Republicans for coughing up a safe Senate seat in deep-red Alabama and foisting damaging political advice on President Donald Trump. Here to discuss this is Megan Barth, the Founder and Proprietor of ReaganBabe.com, and a nationally recognized political commentator and wom ...…
Adam Coughran joins us to discuss the ordeal of 11-year-old bullying victim Keaton Jones. Plus, acupuncturist Jonathan Glass talks to us about natural remedies for a hangover.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Rachel Alexander, a senior editor at The Stream, speaks to us about the FBI and DOJ’s probe of the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Russia. And we talk to professor Michael Busler about the tax reform bill.Image credit: West Point - The U.S. Military Academy/Flickr
Derek Volk, who owns Volk Packaging, talks to us about how tax reform will affect small businessmen like himself. Also, Jeff Howard joins us to talk about "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."Image credit: shutterstock.com
Chris Faddis, the founder of Solidarity Healthshare, joins us to talk about his organization and how it is different from Obamacare. Then, we speak with Michael P. Foley, Ph.D about what God thinks about organized religion. Image credit: Alessia Pierdomenico / Shutterstock.com
We talk to political science professor Allan Saxe about the results of last night's election in Alabama. Also, John Hayward joins us to discuss President Trump's willingness to hold talks with North Korea without any preconditions.
Jamie McIntyre with the Washington Examiner joins us to talk about the latest in the fight against ISIS. Then, Western Journal reporter extraordinaire Randy DeSoto gives us an on-the-ground update from Alabama about that senatorial election.
Dr. John Huber, the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, has some tips on how to talk to children about terrorist attacks. Plus, the list of '2018’s Best College Towns & Cities in America' is out; we talk about this with Wallethub's Jill Gonzalez.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Car coach Lauren Fix joins us to talk about the sweet car deals available this month. And we sit down with the president of Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, Pete Osman, about the history of his organization.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Bruce Thornton, a professor of classics and humanities at California State University, Fresno, joins us to talk about the threats against free speech today. Also, we speak with Greg Corombos of Radio America about the top trending political stories. Image credit: shutterstock.com
Former CIA counterterrorism agent Joseph Assad is here with the latest details on that attempted terror attack in New York City this morning. Then, John Zmirak tells us the one thing worse than sharia law that is infecting Europe.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Jeff Ferry, the research director at the Coalition for a Prosperous America, joins us to talk about the U.S.-South Korea deal made six years ago and whether it was a good idea. Plus, we talk to professor Michael Busler about the five issues that could derail a spending deal in Congress.Image credit: shutterstock.com…
Ellen Ratner joins us to talk about the aftermath of President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel. And Google technology expert LaToya Drake reveals the latest online search trends and insider tips to make your holiday shopping experience fun, safe, and efficient.Image credit: Mark Van Scyoc / Shutterstock.com…
John Hayward with Breitbart.com joins us to discuss Japan's first purchase of long-range missiles from the United States. Also, Mike Opelka talks about the next spending showdown between Democrats and Republicans in Washington DC.Image credit: shutterstock.com
Catalina Avalos, director with the Tripp Scott law firm in Fort Lauderdale, sits down with us to talk about the two lawmakers who resigned yesterday over sexual harassment allegations. Also, Google technology expert LaToya Drake has some useful holiday shopping tips. Image credit: shutterstock.com
We talk to Michelle Simpson Tuegel about the lawsuits being filed in response to the massacre in Last Vegas. Then, John Zmirak of The Stream tells us the one thing that's worse than sharia law.Image credit: Christopher Penler / Shutterstock.com
We talk to Ross Marchand, the Policy Director of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, about President Trump's tax plan. Plus, we ask Amber McKinney of Law360.com about what DACA has to do with the government shutdown.Image credit: Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com
Tim Young with the Washington Examiner talks to us about the trending political stories of the moment. And Jeff Howard tells us which new movies are worth seeing this weekend.Image credit: shutterstock.com
We talk to Mike Opelka about the steps Congress took to just narrowly avoid a government shutdown. Also, John Hayward drops in to discuss the worldwide excitement created by President Trump's formal recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capitol. Image credit: shutterstock.com
James Antle III, the Washington Examiner's politics editor, joins us to talk about why Democrats finally left Al Franken. Plus, Dawn Fay discusses what most American workers will be doing for the final week of 2017. Image credit: Al Mueller / Shutterstock.com
The left has successfully waged a war against America’s capitalist system. They insist that capitalism is an evil, exploitive system and Wall Street is ripping you off. But how true are their statements? Here to talk about this is financial commentator and bestselling author Ben Stein. He also is a respected economist who is known to many as a ...…
We talk to political commentator Melanie Morgan about Al Franken's repeated harassment of her. And Professor Michael Busler joins us to discuss CVS Health's acquisition of Aetna. Image credit: miker / Shutterstock.com
Professor Allan Saxe joins us to talk about Al Franken's resignation from the Senate. Also, we have a special in-studio guest for today's show--and that is none other than author and political commentator Dick Morris!Image credit: shutterstock.com
We speak with columnist Ellis Henican about more allegations made against Al Franken. Then, Megan Barth joins us to discuss the fallout from John Conyers' sudden retirement from Congress.Image credit: Veni/Flickr
If you can’t put together a tent or are unfamiliar with other simple camping techniques, there’s a new book you need to know about; we talk to the author of said book. Plus, we talk to car coach Lauren Fix about a growing alternative to leasing or buying a car.Image credit: RichardBH/Flickr
Abe Katsman, an American attorney and political commentator living in Israel, joins us to talk about President Trump's significant announcement concerning Jerusalem. And Gabby Morrongiello from the Washington Examiner discusses new details of Roy Moore's courtship of his wife.Image credit: JekLi/Flickr…
We talk to Ellen Ratner about President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capitol. Later, Liberty McArtor, a staff writer for The Stream, joins us to talk about a highly-anticipated case argued before the Supreme Court involving free speech, religious freedom, and same-sex marriage.
Conservative journalist Mike Opelka joins us to talk about President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capitol. Then, we talk to Breitbart's John Hayward about the foiled terror plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa May.Image credit: Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com
Tim Young with the Washington Examiner joins us to talk about the top trending political stories. Plus, Dr. Dennis Deruelle discusses CVS Health's acquisition of Aetna with us.Image credit: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com
We speak with policy advisor Curtis Ellis about a MAJOR victory for President Trump. Also, James Hirsen of Newsmax sits down with us to talk about Kate Steinle's murder case.Image credit: IIP Photo Archive/Flickr