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“Love Your Enemies”

Does Arthur Brooks offer something deeper than a simple call for civility in his latest book, "Love Your Enemies"? Have we actually stopped persuading one another leaving us more frustrated and lonely? How did Arthur Brooks become a conservative growing up in a progressive home? AEI President, Arthur Brooks joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book.

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Is Kavanaugh Too Much of A D.C. Swamp Creature?

What qualifications did President Trump consider important for his next Supreme Court nominee? What about the rumors regarding a backdoor deal between President Trump and Justice Kennedy? How likely is it that Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed? According to the left’s standards, should Justice Kagan resign because she hired him at Harvard? Resident Scholar for AEI, Gary Schmitt joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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“Sugar Economics”

Is this the best economy ever? Were the tax cuts and deregulation enough? Not according to the worker productivity numbers. Is Kudlow right to say tariffs are a lever to reduce barriers across the board? AEI's Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to explain.

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Strong November Jobs Numbers

There were strong jobs numbers for November but was there any wage growth? Should we stay away from Bitcoin or is James Pethokoukis hoarding it? Is the Trump Administration’s absence of new regulations one of the most underreported stories of his presidency so far? Are millenials’ unfavorable views towards capitalism leading to a decline in entrepreneurship? CNBC Contributor and columnist for the American Enterprise Institute, James Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Speculation Arises Over Niger Attack And Russian Collusion

There are still unanswered questions surrounding the mission in Niger. Is it possible American troops could have been betrayed by local allies? Does the whole Russian collusion story reveal how dirty politics can get in the DC swamp? Is this the real scandal or should there be more concerns about the uranium one deal? Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Michael Rubin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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Trump And Paul Teaming Up On Healthcare

Can Trump's Executive Order on Obamacare resuscitate full repeal and replace? What is going to happen when open enrollment begins in three weeks? How can the Republicans better frame that the small amount of Americans with pre-existing conditions don’t have to raise the prices for everybody? How do lawmakers formulate a policy that will make young, healthy people want to join? Resident Fellow studying health care at the American Enterprise Institute, Thomas Miller joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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What Comes After Assad?

Is regime change the moral and national security imperative in Syria? How poorly will history treat President Obama for lying about WMDs in Syria? AEI's Michael Rubin answers these questions and discusses the difference having a Secretary of State Russia takes seriously makes in foreign relations with Dan and Amy.

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Critiquing The Bradley Awards (Finally, An Awards Show The Center-Right Can Get Into)

What did AEI's Jim Pethokoukis think of the speeches at this year's Bradley Awards? Why are think tanks important? How will Gorsuch impact economic policy? What do employment numbers really tell us? Jimmy P. joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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