2020 Presidential Election

Soaking The Rich

Is the current UAW strike lost on the Democratic presidential candidates who think more unions=more jobs? Is Bernie at least more honest than Warren when talking about higher taxes for all their proposals? Why would we turn over one of our most important industries to the government? WSJ columnist and economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Hunter Biden’s Media Flop

Isn’t Hunter Biden by stepping down from the Chinese company a concession that he and his father had a conflict of interest? Why was Hunter Biden getting these lucrative positions without having any experience in those fields? Will anything come of the selective leakings from the secret impeachment proceedings? Director of Strategic of Communications for the Trump campaign, Marc Lotter joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Out Of Ideas

Is Biden collateral damage in the impeachment inquiry? Will Michelle Obama be the savior for the Democrat Party? Does even Mark Zuckerberg think Elizabeth Warren is too liberal? Why would Warren force workers to join unions against their will? WSJ columnist and economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Democrats Were Against Impeachment Before They Were For It

The same Democrats who decried the Bill Clinton impeachment as a product of GOP hatred and an illicit effort to nullify the results of a presidential election have become what they accused Republicans of being.

And I mean literally the same Democrats as those who issued endless jeremiads in defense of Clinton two decades ago: Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Jerry Nadler and then Sen. Joe Biden.

Rather than guaranteeing Trump’s removal from office, the combination of the Democrats’ hypocrisy-as-performance-art with their predilection for show-me-the-man-and-I’ll-show-you-the-crime Soviet justice has assured only that the result of the 2020 election will be seen as fraudulent by half the country.

If Trump wins, Democrats will contend he did so by rigging the election with aid of Eastern Bloc oligarchs.

If the Democrat wins, it will be seen by Trump loyalists and anti-Socialists as the byproduct of four years of inquisitions that would’ve made Torquemada blush.

For all their talk of protecting the integrity and legitimacy of the 2020 election, Democrats have gravely damaged both.

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No Heroes In The Democrat Debate

Do any of the candidates have any serious policy positions to win them the Presidency? Who thinks they got a shot at the Andrew Yang split the pot raffle? Which candidate will make the cut next time around? Also, is Pennywise, the evil clown and mass murderer, a homophobe? Former editor at large at Out Magazine, Chadwick Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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B+ Jobs Report

Even though the economy is slowing, should we be happy that it is still growing? Is there any Democratic candidate that has a reasonable agenda for the economy? Is the “Swamp” in England preventing Brexit? Fox Business Contributor, Scott "The Cow Guy" Shellady joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump’s Best Matchup

How hard is the mainstream media trying to paint Joe Biden as a moderate? Does Kamala Harris have the best chance to win in the Primary? CNN Political Commentator, Steve Cortest joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Problem With Biden

Why is the most viable candidate for the Democratic nomination, Joe Biden, the one that the party is trying to take down? Is Biden really a moderate, or does he only appear that way because of who he is surrounded with? The Spectator’s Curt Mills joins Dan and Amy to discuss the troubles that Joe Biden is facing chasing the nomination.

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Racists And Traitors

Is the new attack no longer calling someone a racist but a traitor? Is McConnell right to block bills that would federalize elections? Is the media giving their best effort to rehabilitate Al Sharpton’s reputation? Did we discover that there's actually a sane wing in the Democratic Party but it has no chance of winning? Senior editor for the Federalist, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Democrat Debates Normalize Trump

Will China’s failing economy bring them to the negotiating table? Do the Democrats help Trump’s reelection chances every time they open their mouths? Will any of their “big ideas” bring jobs or grow the economy? WSJ columnist and Economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Moderates Vs. Progressives

Is Sen. Warren a progressive capitalist? Was she the clear winner last night? Why weren’t candidates asked about impeachment or next steps after the Mueller hearing? Should members of the “Squad” be seen as opportunities rather than liabilities in the Democratic Party? Founder of the Insurrection, Elisabeth Spiers joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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2020: A Choice Between Two Bernies

In a sense the 2020 race is shaping up as a choice between two Bernies. 

A Right Bernie and a Left Bernie. 

Do you like the Capitalist Bernie or the Bolshevik Bernie?

These two Bernies have neatly defined the choice in 2020.

On the one hand is Home Depot founder, the creator of a half-million jobs, and billionaire Bernie Marcus who is spending his golden years giving away his money to worthy causes.

On the other hand is Soviet devotee Sen. Bernie Sanders who is spending his golden years the same way he spent his formative ones---giving away other people’s money.

Bernie Marcus is an unabashed Trump supporter undeterred by threats of a Home Depot boycott by Marxist mobsters.

Bernie Sanders is an unrepentant redistributionist who said on Meet the Press recently his goal is “to make the poor richer and the rich poorer.”

Bernie Marcus doesn’t believe helping people is a zero-sum proposition.

Bernie Sanders believes everything should be free except freedom.

Which Bernie will you support in 2020?

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Democrats Passing The Buck On Crime

Why do Democrats get a pass even though they are in power in almost every one of the most dangerous cities in America? Would Democratic mayors rather blame the NRA and failure at the national level for violence rather than find a comprehensive solution to gun violence? Why isn’t the violence in cities like Chicago part of the discussion on the Democratic debate stage? Lawyer and author, Jamil Jivani joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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“Sorry, My Time’s Up”

Is “my time’s up” the new mantra for Joe Biden? Was Harris the star of the night? Did she possibly knock Biden down a notch? Is it surprising that there was no talk of impeachment? Is there a moderate lane opening for some under the radar candidates like Bennet or Klobuchar? Why are Democrats for school choice at the collegiate level but not K-12? Fox News Contributor, Juan Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Civil War In The Democratic Party

When did the blue collar working class Democrats switch to the Republican Party? Is there a pathway to victory for Democrats even if they are still divided on some issues that were once core to their party principles? Former Intelligence Officer, Ted Van Dyk joins Dan and Amy to discuss how to unite the Democrat Party.

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High Stakes With Iran

Is the Trump administration’s strategy with Iran working? Is there any evidence to suggest that the Trump Administration is unprepared for immediate high stakes crises? Do journalists have no broader context of what has been happening with Iran for decades and not just what has happened since Trump became president? Is Elizabeth Warren the consensus candidate for the Democrats? Senior editor at the Federalist, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Biden/Booker Battle

Are some Democratic presidential candidates trying to eliminate convenient parts of history? Do the woke mobs represent the balance of opinion among ordinary Democrats? Should the fight against socialism make up the majority of Trump’s three hour rallies? How much do crowd size and enthusiasm matter? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Post Truth Era

What will be the Democrats’ play heading into 2020? Is AOC going to aplogize for comparing detention camps on the southern border to the concentration camps in Nazi Germany? NYT best selling author, Brad Thor joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “Backlash.”

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To Impeach, Or Not To Impeach?

Do those on the left and the right think impeachment will help them win in 2020? Are the Democrats making it worse by talking about impeachment and not just doing it? Are Democrat and Republican strategists going to have a field day combing through 50 years of research on Joe Biden? Senior political correspondent for the Washington Examiner, David Drucker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Big Government And Big Tech

Is China a prime example of how easy it is for a government to successfully suppress information from the general public for political gain? Will China wait it out until after the 2020 election to decide how they want to handle trade with the U.S.? Both the left and right want to take on Big Tech but what’s the best free market solution? CNBC contributor and columnist at AEI, Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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