“Historic” Legislative Session

Why did some Republicans vote for the gas tax in the capital bill? Were there any highlights for taxpayers this session? Democrats voted for the graduated income tax, abortion on demand, and higher spending, but did Republicans muddy the waters after voting for the budget and gas tax increases? House Republican Floor Leader, State Rep. Mark Batinick joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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White Liberal Guilt

Is the reparations debate amongst the 2020 presidential election hopefuls directed to gain the black vote or gain the favor of white liberals? Where is the outrage on the left for the disportionate amount of black babies aborted? Why are men competing against women in sports and disenfranchising female athletes? NFL great and author, Burgess Owens joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Case For Life

Does mainstream media not realize there are people out there who believe in the "radical notion" that every human life has a purpose? Radiance Foundation Founder, Ryan Bomberger joins Dan and Amy to discuss why he is so grateful to his mother for giving him the gift of life despite being a product of rape.

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Pro-Life Momentum

Did Alabama go too far or is it time for the pro-life movement to deliver for the hearts and minds they've changed? Why are women who regret their abortions left out of the conversation? What about the people who were conceived from rape or to a single mother who have been told for the last week that they shouldn’t be alive today? National Review Contributor, Mairead McArdle joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Feminist Toxicity

Are the second and third wave feminists turning women and their children against each other? What are some of the positive effects of the feminist movement? Are socially conservative women out there but ignored? Author and philosopher, Carrie Gress joins Dan and Amy to discuss her new book and the inspiration she drew from Mary, the Virgin Mother.

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Is Pope Francis A “Progressive” Pope?

Should conservatives share Pope Francis’ statements on abortion with liberals who think they have a “progressive” pope? Does Pope Francis want open borders for the Church and the United States? Professor of Political Science at Grove City College, Paul Kengor joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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“We Belong Here”

What perception needs to be corrected about people with down syndrome? What does Karen Gaffney, the first person with down syndrome to swim across the English Channel, say to people who think people with down syndrome aren’t compatible with living a good life? Karen Gaffney joins Dan and Amy to discuss her advocacy for persons with disabilities.

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Media Embarrasses Themselves Again

Why didn’t anyone question Smollett’s story after his reported attack? Was the media’s reaction revealing about how they really think about America? Does the Gosnell movie force people to confront what abortion really is? Hollywood screenwriter, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Abortion Capital Of America

Is there too broad of a definition of the “health of the mother” in abortion laws? Is there ever a reason to get a late term abortion to save the life of a woman? Former abortionist and OB/GYN, Dr. Anthony Levatino joins Dan and Amy to discuss the horrors of late term abortions and why he converted to becoming a pro-life advocate.

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The New Face Of The Democrat Party

Why is AOC and her extremist policies all the rage in the Democrat Party? Is she making the Party as a whole seem unpopular? Was the Green New Deal nothing but virtue signaling and symbolism? Is the party of abortion on demand and infanticide going to win over independent centrists? Senior Editor at National Review, Jay Nordlinger 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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The Party Of Infanticide

Is removing any impediments to kill a child born alive the newest push on the Liberal policy agenda? Does anyone still believe Democrats preaching “safe, legal and rare?” Is a bioethics professor at Princeton being the only honest one from the infanticide left saying that the world would be a better place if we killed infants with disabilities in hopes of gaining a healthier infant in society? Dan and Amy discuss the latest push for not only abortion on demand but infanticide.

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Deifying Diversity

Are pro-lifers no longer welcome at Wheaton College? Why aren’t College Republicans able to express themselves and their perspective the same way a few members of the faculty and student government are able to? What’s the argument against the importance of “black lives matter” inside and outside of the womb? Founder of the Radiance Foundation, Ryan Bomberger joins Dan and Amy to discuss his experience at Wheaton College.

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Oprah's Mom

“Lots of people would’ve told you to abort that baby. You didn’t do that. I know that was hard. I want you to know that no matter what, I know that you always did the best you knew how to do. And look how it turned out.”

Those are the touching words Oprah Winfrey used to say goodbye to her mother who passed away on Thanksgiving Day this year.

Look how it turned out indeed. Vernita Lee’s daughter is now a billionaire instantly identified the world over by the mere utterance of her first name.

Oprah may not preach what her mom practiced but thankfully more Americans are choosing Vernita Lee’s example over her daughter’s.

In the last decade abortions in the U.S. have declined by 25%, according to the CDC.

Even as secular humanism has poisoned so many American institutions, sacred and civic, prayer warriors, Planned Parenthood defectors and the pregnancy centers who tend to families in crisis are winning hearts and minds.

As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, we should also celebrate that the culture of life is beating back cultural Marxism.


Michael “She Hit Me First” Avenatti 2020

In the spirit of bipartisanship, should Trump pardon Michael Avenatti for all his crimes? Has feminism become mistakenly synonymous with a movement that is good for women? Does feminism simply reward women for their service to the state? Is Planned Parenthood already prepping for a post Roe v. Wade world? Screenwriter for the Gosnell movie, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Worst Moment In American Politics

Is Sen. Coons right, will Kavanaugh be confirmed? Was Flake’s call for the extended investigation actually helpful to the cause? Did the Senators want the FBI to do their jobs for them? Did the Democrats’ antics finally solidify support for Trump? Is this the worst moment in American politics? Do the Democrats have any sense of the precedence they have set? Senior Political Columnist for WashingtonExaminer.com, Tim Carney joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Huckabee: Trump Is The Most Pro-Life President We’ve Ever Had

Is Obama breaking the norms of past presidents because Trump is rolling back everything he spent the last eight years doing? Do the Congressional Republicans lying to voters promising they would defund Planned Parenthood need to go home? What’s the real story behind the Red Hen incident involving Sarah Huckabee-Sanders and her family? Governor Mike Huckabee joins Dan and Amy to discuss Trump’s presidency and his upcoming visit to Chicago as keynote speaker at the benefit dinner for Aid for Women on October 3. 

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Will the radical left feminists’ cure for what ails men: apologies, self-loathing, transitioning, work out? In order to be pro-woman, do you have to be a left-wing Democrat? Why is modern feminism wrong for women, men and children? Is it based on a belief in a permanent war of the sexes? Columnist and author Mona Charen joins Dan and Amy to discuss her new book, “Sex Matters.”

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The First Six Months Of IL's Taxpayer Funded Abortion Law

Last year, Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law a bill that forced taxpayers to pay for elective abortions in Illinois. The results so far? A 274 percent increase in taxpayer-funded abortions in the state. On this edition of Illinois Rising, Dan Proft and Pat Hughes talk about how damaging this law could end up being, with insight from state Rep. Peter Breen, R-Lombard, who is challenging the law both in the legislature and in court. Proft and Hughes also continue to follow the corruption case against Inspector General Frank Mautino, and get analysis from Liberty Justice Center Attorney Jeff Schwab on why the case is stalled. And why is the Illinois GOP surrendering Cook County and Chicago – even though the area of the state is in desperate need of new leadership? Proft and Hughes offer their thoughts on Republicans' failure to compete.








America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer

Where was the Department of Health? Where was the outcry for the unsafe conditions that killed women and their babies from Planned Parenthood and other feminist groups? Why is Dr. Gosnell never mentioned in conversations regarding heinous serial killers? Author of “Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer,” Ann McElhinney joins Dan and Amy to discuss the shocking story and upcoming film of the atrocities that occurred and went unreported for so long in Dr. Gosnell’s clinic.  

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