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VIDEO: Great Society Failure

Monday  4 May 2015  / Hour 1, Block C: Rich Lowry, National Review, in re: Baltimore, a Great Society Failure. The war on poverty in the liberal mind has never truly been fought, still needs a great deal more funding.  So far, it's alleviated some want to some extent but has not lifted people out...
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VIDEO: Clinton Cash

Thursday  30 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block D:  Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal editorial board & host of OpinionJournal.com; in re:   1. Clinton Cash: foreign donors to the Clinton Fdn (which promised State & Congress that there'd be disclosures – Dec 2008: all contributors will be named...
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VIDEO: Change of Weather

Thursday  30 April 2015  / Hour 2, Block A: Danielle Pletka, AEI, in re: Assad and Syria. A complete change of weather in the Middle East: leadership in Riyadh.  Prince Muqrin, a sturdy ally of the US, replaced by Prince Mohammed of the Sudari clan, associated with Wahhabism and fervent Saudi...
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VIDEO: In the News

Thursday  23 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block A:Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal, in re: spoke with Alicia Finley and Joe Rago.  The Obama Adm wants the TPP (Pacific trade: Trans-Pacific Partnership), but much of the Democratic Party does not. Fast-track trade authority.  President's epiphany: weakest...
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VIDEO: Origin of the Moon

Wednesday   22 April 2015    / Hour 1, Block C: Hotel Mars, episode n. Bill Bottke, Southwest Research Institute, Planetary Science Directorate, Institute for Science of Exploration Targets, in re:   The Earth has tides and a beautiful Moon. [See: Science Journal article, "How Did the Moon Really...
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VIDEO: Mrs. Clinton in New Hampshire

Tuesday 21 April 2015    / Hour 1, Block B:   Stephen Moore, chief economist, Heritage Foundation, in re:  . . . Hillary: Quid pro Dough. . . .  (2 of 2)
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VIDEO: Growth

Tuesday 21 April 2015    / Hour 1, Block A:  Stephen Moore, chief economist, Heritage Foundation, in re: the field of GOP candidates, almost all of whom have managerial experience.  Supporting some version of a flat tax. No need to attack Hillary, who’s well on the way to hanging herself.  . . ....
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VIDEO: Walker's Budget Proposal

Thursday  16 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block C: Brett Healy, John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy, in re: Wisconsin: Gov Scott Walker's budget proposal to the Joint Finance Committee is $68.3 billion – which is 2.4% less than last year.  . . .  He proposes to spin off the University of Wisconsin...
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VIDEO: Cotton's Bold Move

Thursday  16 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block B: Rich Lowry, National Review, in re: Tom Cotton,, et al., wrote something that had the force of an op-ed and addressed it to the Supreme Leader and his mullahs. A week ago the Democrats castigated Cotton as a traitor; now, with no longer enough votes (67)...
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VIDEO: Corker-Menendez Bill

Tuesday   14 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block C: Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover, in re: the 19-0 Corer-Menendez bill on Senate oversight on the Iran deal.  Tweet:  The simple fact is, WH dropped its veto threat because they wouldn’t have the votes to [sustain]. –Even before the deal was announced, Iranians...

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