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2018 Election

Will Sterigenics Get An Apology?

Do you ever have to apologize if you’re a government bureaucrat or a member of the Chicago press corps for false reporting? The EPA says they may have mistested the air samples from Sterigenics that Democrat politicians seized upon to berate Rauner and other Republican candidates. Do the residents in the western suburbs deserve an apology for the political fear mongering of a cancer scare? Dan and Amy discuss new reports coming from the EPA regarding Sterigenics.

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The Left's Attack On The Constitution

What documents should be declassified by the White House before Schiff takes over the House Intel committee? Why aren’t civil liberties advocates demanding answers about the Obama administration potentially spying on private citizens in the Trump campaign?Will Democrats be successful in undermining Whitaker’s legitimacy? What’s the left’s latest assault on the U.S. Senate? Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, Hans Von Spakovsky joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Cat And Mouse Game Between White House And Media

What are the new rules for the kindergarteners in the White House press room? Is it time for the media to do some self reflection on what their role is? Does the media still not believe the migrant caravan exists? Is there only something wrong with the system when Democrats lose? NY Post columnist and Fox News contributor, Michael Goodwin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Never Ending Charade Of Identity Politics

Was 2018 the year of Republican women? Is the election of Trump in 2020 much more likely since the Democrats took over the house? Should Trump be worried about states he won in 2016 that have voted in Democrat governors? Was Jeff Sessions treated unfairly by Trump? Host of the Larry Elder Show, Larry Elder joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump Coalition Still Alive And Well

What’s the new realignment in American politics? Will Democrats focus on legislation or bringing down Trump? How does Trump win the midwestern states heading into 2020? How important was the Ohio governor’s race? Is Trump going to soften his tone? Washington Examiner reporter, Salena Zito joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Madigan’s Extremist Tactics

If Madigan’s character assassinations of suburban Republicans are so ridiculous then why do they keep running it? Why are these races so important to Madigan? Is a vote for a Democrat a vote for more taxes and an expansion of Madigan’s power? State Rep. Mark Batinick (R-Plainfield) joins Dan and Amy to set the record straight.

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How Bout Them October Jobs Numbers?

Will the good jobs report before the midterm elections move the needle at all? Will the rally continue? Is the economy finally bringing people off the sidelines into the workforce? How can Democrats run against Republicans in this booming economy? Fox Business Contributor, Scott “The Cow Guy” Shellady joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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Madigan Financed Character Assassinations

Are Democrats in the suburbs voting for locally licensed Madigan roll call votes? How does Peter Breen fight off outrageous political attacks calling him “pro pedophile” and against funding rape kits? Why aren’t Illinois voters more skeptical? How will he reverse the exodus of people out of Illinois that Democrats deny is even happening? State Rep. and House Republican Floor Leader, Peter Breen joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Case Against Madigan Financed Suburban Democrats

Has the volume of mail financed by Madigan surpassed any other elections in the state's history? Is money going to be the difference maker in suburban races? Do Democrat and Independent voters still want to get rid of Madigan? What’s the number one concern from voters? Are voters connecting the dots that Trump has nothing to do with the policy proposals in Springfield? State Rep. Tom Morrison from Palatine joins Dan and Amy with his closing arguments for your vote.

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Fringe Candidate: Sean Casten

Why is Sean Casten doubling down on his hero, sex columnist, Dan Savage? Why would Casten buddy up with Madigan? Is Peter Roskam drained or invigorated with a week to go until the election? Is this Congressional race way beyond donkeys and elephants but how we view the world? Congressman from the 6th District, Peter Roskam joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Closing Arguments From Indiana GOP Senate Candidate Mike Braun

Is Trump going to get a deal done with China? What are the most important issues to Indiana voters? How will he use his business experience in the Senate? Does Joe Donnelly’s F rating from pro-life organizations and D from the NRA align with Hoosier voters? Is the migrant caravan bringing both Democrats and Republicans together on the need to secure our border? GOP Senate nominee from Indiana, Mike Braun joins Dan and Amy to discuss the campaign with one week to go until the election.

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Bomb Threats Leading To Cheap Political Points

Are talking heads jumping to conclusions to score political points in the ongoing pipe bomb investigation? How much forensic work is going on right now? How do you begin to narrow in on the bomber? Is there still a chance this could be domestic or international terrorism? Famed FBI Criminal Profiler, James Fitzgerald joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Redefining The Creepy Line

Do Google and Facebook have the power to shift votes to candidates they prefer? Will they have an effect on the upcoming midterms? Is it virtually impossible to separate yourself from Google? What is the creepiest thing that Facebook and Google does to their users? Documentarian, Matt Taylor joins Dan and Amy to explain how these media giants are undermining our republic.

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Republican Push In The Suburbs

Congressional candidate, Jitrenda Diganvker, has dealt with the financial hardships of having to close his business, to the tragic loss of his daughters. Through that all, he is still proud to be an American and wants to serve the country that has brought him such great opportunities since he became a citizen in 2003. First time, Republican candidate for Congress in Illinois’ 8th District, Jitendra “JD” Diganvker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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No Decision Made On Saudi Arabia’s Punishment

Are sanctions against the Saudis the next move in response to the Khashoggi murder investigation? Why does Lindsey Graham think it’s a good idea to call for regime change? What is Trump going to do about the Honduras caravan headed to the border? Is the GOP having an October comeback? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Changing Republican Party

Was it a good move for the White House to have Melania do an open ended interview with ABC? Are there too many factions within the Republican Party? Is there an appetite in the party for limiting the size and scope of government? Has the argument against socialism for Republicans become less of a fiscal argument but a cultural one? Senior political correspondent at the Washington Examiner, David Drucker joins Dan and Shaun to discuss.

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The Results of Machine Politics

How has the state’s political culture impacted voters’ faith in politicians? How has machine politics affected the way in which political messages are received? Upstream Ideas asked voters in Elmhurst to Follow the Logic.

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GOP’s National Supermajority Will Help Hold Their Congressional Majorities

The dismal TV drones are missing something important in handicapping the midterms.

They obsess about how narrow are the GOP congressional majorities without considering the supermajorities Republicans enjoy in state houses and governors’ mansions across the country.

That’s called political infrastructure and it matters.

Local political officials and operatives have credibility with voters and thus turnout capacity that can’t be bought with Michael Bloomberg’s millions.

Federal races are not national elections. They’re local ones.

Just as local races can be federalized so can federal races be localized.

Popular Republican governors with Republican legislative majorities matter too.

That’s good news for key Senate and House races in Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Nevada, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas

The state and local Republicans in these states are popular because they’ve made choices in advance of economic liberty that have improved the vitality of life for their constituents, as a report earlier this year by the American Legislative Exchange Council found.

It’s not complicated.

I suspect voters in these states may elect to continue to keep it simple on November 6th by sticking with what’s working.

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A Vote For Any IL Democrat Is A Vote For Madigan

Are the Kavanaugh hearings affecting state and local races? Is Susana Mendoza trying to win one election to only vacate it and run for another? Despite what’s happened to the state, why are Republicans still losing ground in the suburbs? How can Republicans get voters to connect the dots to understand a vote for any Democrat is a vote for Madigan? Candidate for state Comptroller, Darlene Senger joins Dan and Lauren Cohn to discuss.

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Politics Is The New Religion

Have shrill Democratic Socialists ensured "The Great Revolt" continues through November 6? How has Republican enthusiasm changed since the Kavanaugh hearings? Should Republicans consider pursuing perjury charges against those who testified under oath? Has Russia been messing with the 2018 elections yet? Is there a bigger divide in Washington than amongst “typical” voters? Reporter at the WashingtonExaminer.com, Salena Zito joins Dan and Amy to discuss

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