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Impeach Everyone

Is creep show Joe in it for the long haul? Are Democrats ready to impeach Barr too? Will this just help Trump in 2020? Do both parties use immigration to stoke their bases? Is the RNC too wrapped up in the Trump campaign and not focused on state and local elections? Senior editor for Hotair.com, Ed Morrissey joins Dan and Carol Roth to discuss.

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What's The Future Of The IL GOP?

Who will lead the Illinois Republican Party to better electoral outcomes to advance conservative reform policies in the state? If GOP insiders have their way, they'll maintain control. On this edition of Illinois Rising, Dan Proft and Brian Timpone hear the details of a rigged process to elect new leadership for the state party, and a lawsuit challenging just that. They also discuss a debate on the future of the party between Proft and former GOP Chairman Pat Brady. And at the local level, Proft and Timpone talk to Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau on his fight for good government.

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Mark Shaw On The Need For New GOP leadership

Struggling electorally and lacking clear vision on policy, the Illinois Republican Party could be in need of new leadership. Lake County Republican Chairman Mark Shaw thinks he can offer that, in replace of current Chairman Tim Schneider. On this edition of Illinois Rising, Mark Shaw tells Dan Proft exactly what he thinks the Illinois GOP needs to be successful politically and on a policy front. Proft and Illinois Policy writer Joe Kaiser also talk to state Sen. Dan McConchie, R-Hawthorne Wood, about his efforts to ease Illinoisans' high property tax burden. And Proft and Kaiser discuss new developments in the Chicago mayoral race, as well as suburban lawmakers position on the Democrats' progressive tax.

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Trump The Storyteller

Trump took a storyteller's approach in his SOTU address but could this be his last year with control of the House and Senate and should he be making it a policy heavy year? Are the numbers continuing to go up in his infrastructure plan? Has the Republican Party forgotten about reducing spending, the debt, and reforming entitlements? Are big companies like Amazon and JP Morgan going to finally bring some progress and modernization in healthcare? CNBC Contributor, Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss. 

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The Unraveling Of The Political Parties

Are both Republicans and Democrats finished? Are Democrats going to shift from identity politics to economic justice for all as suggested by John Judis? Instead of the parties adapting, are they going to be taken over? Have the parties diluted their brand? Fox News Contributor and former Howard Dean campaign manager, Joe Trippi joins Dan and Amy to discuss the fate of the two major political parties.

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Trump's Audience

Belied by his promiscuity on policy is a discipline President Trump possesses that few other Republican politicians do.

Trump knows who his audience is, who it is not and he consistently leverages the latter to maintain the loyalty of the former.

Trump is still speaking to and for the “deplorables”—those forgotten Americans who play by the rules only to be gamed by the system they finance.

Al Czervik got into the club but instead of cozying up to Judge Smails, he’s bringing his friends in with him.

You can at once blanch at Trump’s behavior and appreciate the truth it generates.

Rocco, Moose, help NATO allies find their wallets. And they did.

The more lurid Trump’s conduct or supercilious his comment the more Trump’s opponents voluntarily lay bare their barbarism.

Trump tweets a fake wrestling video. CNN hyperventilates about make-believe violence in stark contrast to the short shrift it gives actual violence perpetrated by the Left be it an assassination attempt on GOP congressmen, riots at Berkeley, assaults of professors or attacks on police.

The success of Trump’s Presidency remains an open question but at least he knows for whom he fights.

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