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Tightening Up On Our Enemies

Should President Trump increase sanctions on North Korea after their latest missile testing? Is there anything we can do in a humanitarian aspect to help the people in North Korea separate from the government? How many Russian troops are in Venezuela propping up Maduro? Is Trump doing the right thing with Iran and tightening the pressure on them? Former Special Forces officer and Pentagon official, Steven Bucci joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Global Threats

How can Biden dismiss the threat of China? Is it time to tighten up sanctions and even pass new ones on North Korea after their missile testing? Is it a good idea to send a U.S. bomber task force to the Middle East? Why is Trump having lengthy conversations with Putin? How can the U.S. stir up a revolution in Venezuela without putting our own troops on the ground? Former Pentagon official, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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On The Ground At CPAC

What have been the highlights at CPAC so far? What has been the reaction amongst attendees to Michael Cohen’s testimony and Trump walking away from North Korea? Is there a lot of enthusiasm for 2020? Senior Contributor for American Greatness, Julie Kelly joins Dan and Amy from CPAC.

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The Green Dream

Is the Green New Deal so far out there that even Pelosi termed it the “Green Dream?” Hasn’t the American experiment proved that people don’t need the government to prosper? What advice should POTUS take in advance of his next meeting with Kim Jong-Un? With the U.S. withdrawing from Syria in the spring, who is going to fill the void? Former Michigan Congressman and House Intel Committee Chairman, Mike Rogers joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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Americans Approve Of Trump’s SOTU

Is the SOTU the political equivalent of the Oscars? Was Trump wise to not get as heated as he does in his rally speeches? Should we be optimistic about another meeting with Kim Jong Un? Is infanticide no longer a fringe topic amongst mainstream Democrats? Can Biden resist a presidential run? Weekend editor at Hotair.com, Jazz Shaw joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Laying The Framework For A U.S./China Trade Deal

Is China desperate for a trade deal? Does the U.S. have to step up and help our own companies combat cyber attacks and protect their intellectual property? Is a potential trade deal between the U.S. and China need to be focused on saving American workers and jobs rather than saving face for the leaders in China? Is China helping us in North Korea? President of the Population Research Institute and expert on China, Steven Mosher joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Saudi Arabia The Lesser Evil In The Middle East?

What should President Trump do with Saudi Arabia? Is the U.S. being cautious in hopes of not inciting a revolution in an already unstable region? Should the U.S. believe the state run media in North Korea boasting about their successful tests of an unspecified tactical weapon? CNN Military analyst, Colonel Cedric Leighton joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump Vs. Macron

Is there any country more nationalist than France? Is Macron trying to position himself as leader of the EU as the other European countries are falling apart? Is Nielsen on her way out of Homeland Security? What is Trump to do with the Saudis taking orders from MBS to murder Khashoggi? Anything likely to come out of the G20 Summit at the end of the month? Former U.S. Deputy Undersecretary of Defense, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Amy to discuss

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The Border Is A Broken Screen Door

Family and unaccompanied minors crossing the border is spiking in spite of the family separation policy. And Republicans want to punt border security until after the election? Is that a good idea? Is Mattis discussing negotiations with the Taliban? Is there any solution in Afghanistan? Do we need to modify our expectations with North Korea and maximize pressure? Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, President Cliff May joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Unintelligent U.S. Intelligence

In focusing on issues involving Russia and North Korea, have we forgotten the threat posed by radical Islam? Is the FISA Court creating a problem due to use of bad information? Similarly, are we seeing a need for FBI reforms after clear politicization by heads of the agency? Can we be sure that North Korea is in fact denuclearizing, or have they found a way to fool U.S. Intelligence? Bill Gertz, Senior Editor for the Washington Free Beacon, discusses these topics and more with Dan and Amy.

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The Left’s Emotional Manipulation

Is Trump’s overly simplistic video shown to Kim Jong Un going to be effective? Are the problems with families at the border a showing of how ineffective government has been on immigration laws?  Is the Trump administration overplaying its hand with it's "zero tolerance" policy on immigration pending reforms? Trump Whisperer and Dilbert cartoon creator, Scott Adams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Lawless And Corrupt Obama Administration

Are the criticisms of Trump conceding too much or being too complimentary to Kim Jong Un fair? Is anyone in the FBI going to be held accountable after their bias and culture of corruption has been brought to light? Has the Obama administration proven to be the most lawless and intellectually corrupt that we’ve seen in American history? Former U.S. Deputy Undersecretary of Defense, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Kristen to discuss.

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Is Trump Legitimizing Kim Jong Un?

Could what POTUS promises to do about our joint military exercises with the South Koreans cause concern as a major concession to the the North Koreans? How is the U.S. and China going to interact to keep the pressure on North Korea? What is the economic stability of North Korea? Senior Research Fellow for Asian Studies at the Heritage Foundation, Dean Cheng joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Too Soon To Cheer Or Criticize Trump/Kim Summit?

What was accomplished in North Korea? Is Trump aiming for denuclearization one way or another? Are criticisms of Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un too harsh while sanctions are still in place? If talks don’t work, will Trump move forward and crush the regime economically and perhaps with military force? Founder of Defense for Democracies, Cliff May joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Will Trump Concede To Kim Jong Un?

Do the majority of Americans support the summit between the U.S. and North Korea? Is Trump willing to do anything to make this successful and declare a victory? Or does Kim Jong Un need it more? Andy McCabe faces more bad news since admitting he leaked classified information and after the recent indictment of a Senate Intel staffer for leaking. National Review Editor, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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15 Seconds Of Fame At Haspel's Expense

Incoming CIA Director Gina Haspel endures worse than waterboarding: “gotcha” attempts from showboating Senators. Is it time for the U.S. to start filling up Gitmo again? America welcomed home the hostages detained in the North Korean prison but the moment also felt somber remembering Otto Warmbier who was not so fortunate. Former U.S. Deputy Undersecretary of Defense, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Path To Peace Or Dancing With Disaster In Iran?

Is the time ticking for Trump to decide on the Iran deal? Are skeptics of Netanyahu suggesting he’s trying to distract from his own problems and persuade Trump to launch into war with Iran? Is it too early to hand out a Nobel Peace Prize for Trump’s efforts in the reunification of the Koreas? Resident Scholar for the American Enterprise Institute, Michael Rubin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Should The U.S. Police The World?

Is President Trump's North Korea policy succeeding? Should Trump use sanctions on Iran to stop Assad or is too late thanks to Obama’s Iran nuclear deal? Will anything change with the transition of power in Cuba post Castro? Washington Times' and Former Pentagon official, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Threat Assessment On Russian Missiles

Are the new Russian "Avangard" missiles a signal from Putin telling the western world to back off? Is there thawing of relations between North and South Korea? Should there be a second special counsel to investigate alleged FISA abuses? What is McMaster’s future as National Security Adviser? CNN Military Analyst and Security Consultant, Colonel Cedric Leighton joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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No More Appeasement

Are we dealing with the Clinton administration or the Trump administration? Is US foreign policy retreating back to their old ways of appeasement? Do we need more than just words from President Trump? And what exactly would it take North Korea to do to make it an act of war? Former US Ambassador to the UN, John Bolton joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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