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VIDEO: Volatile

Monday  25 August 2015   / Hour 1, Block A:Steve Moore, Heritage, in re: The New York Exchange has been down for six days in a row; forever overseas. The weakening is . .  all the major commodities indexes have been going down, anomalously. When the Fed July minutes came out, not ready to raise the...
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VIDEO: Market Leninism

Monday  24 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block C:  Gordon G. Chang, Forbes.com, in re:   Beijing invited PM Abe to the Chinese "Victory over Japan" parade in commemoration of the end of WWII.  He declined.  Meanwhile the market has been parachuting downward; today was a rout. Chinese economy falling...
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VIDEO: Last of the Progressives

Thursday 20 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block D:  Cori O'Conner, WSJ editorial board asst, in re: . . . the fee-based model is typically in larger accounts; new rule will go to former commission-based model of less than $25,000.  Goal is to send people to roboadvice.  Two large camps in contest:...
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VIDEO: Operation Fox Hunt

Wednesday  19 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block A: Charles Burton, professor at Brock University, in re:  Chinese agents illegally entered the US – Chinese state police passing themselves off as members of trade delegations –  have been intimidating Chinese-Americans and bullying them to return to China...

VIDEO: Aggression

Wednesday   12 August  2015  / Hour 2, Block A: Scott Harold, Asia-Pacific Policy at RAND, dep dir, in re: Two live-fire Chinese exercises. . .  Regional states see China's aggression as outside of their norms; many countries are working together to buy arms jointly, train together; stand together...
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VIDEO: Vietnam Hearts USA

Wednesday   12 August  2015  / Hour 1, Block B: Harry Kazianis, executive editor of The National Interest and a senior fellow for defense policy at the Center for the National Interest, in re: Vietnam and China.  China with the Nine-Dash Line is trying to carve out a space in the South China Sea to...
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VIDEO: Schumer vs. Obama

Tuesday 11 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block D:  Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post Right Turn columnist, in re:  . . .  Plouffe calls Sen Schumer "naïve."  Gone to far; and from the president, unseemly anti-Jewish attacks.  Both Michael and Jim Webb – neither one conservative at all  telling ht White House...
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VIDEO: Seized

Tuesday 11 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block A: Bill Whalen, Hoover, in re: Mrs Clinton's server is surrendered to the FBI, and the telling thumb drive is surrendered by her lawyer to DOJ.  . . . Trump: will he release a 14-pt program soon?  Matters of greatest interest to the American people: the...
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VIDEO: Conflict Afghanistan

Monday  10 August 2015 / Hour 1, Block A: Thomas Joscelyn, Long War Journal senior editor; Bill Roggio, Long War Journal and FDD, in re:US drone strike targets Haqqani Network in North Waziristan Five suspected jihadists were killed in the strike, which took place in the al Qaeda and Taliban haven...
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VIDEO: 70 Years Later

Thursday  6 August  2015  / Hour 1, Block D: Charles Pellegrino, author (Last Train from Hiroshima)and explorer, in re: the seventieth anniversary of Hiroshima.  August 6, 1945: Uranium bomb dropped at 8:15 AM (JST).  . . .  Some people left Hiroshima after the bombing, took a train to Nagasaki –...

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