`

big government

Is Big Tech Good For The U.S.?

Will the “Russian Bots” make a comeback in the 2020 election? Does Congress actually know what the problems on social media are and how to regulate them? Is Big Tech making society better? The R Street Institute’s Shoshana Weissmann joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

More Freedom Less Regulation For Big Tech

Is Big Tech in need of some more freedom oriented rules? Should they look no further than the free speech principles we already have in this country? Have activists’ and free speech monitors lost their historical memory? Contributor to Quillette, Daniel Friedman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

The Unpopular Keys To Ending Poverty

Would big government politicians like Rep. Ilhan Omar rather funnel more tax dollars into failing federal programs than listen to people like Latasha Fields who are actually making a difference? Ministry and Homeschool Academy founder, Latasha Fields joins Dan and Amy to discuss the dismissive, anti-Christian slights Rep. Omar delivered during her congressional testimony on poverty in America.

Related Content

Too Emotional, Fast, Incomplete, And Untrustworthy

Are social media sites designed to keep you angry and upset all the time? Has Twitter reduced our thinking and rational thought? Is money not so much the issue in regards to Big Tech but rather the political power they hold? Instapundit blogger and professor of law at the University of Tennessee, Glenn Reynolds joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “The Social Media Upheaval.”

Related Content

Politics Shouldn’t Define You

Should conservatives reassert constitutional principles limiting the power of the president while they’re in political control? Was politics ever supposed to be the center of one's life? If we have near full employment and over 3% growth, why is the country still running at a trillion dollar deficit? Do big government politicians see people as only revenue sources for the state? Washington Post columnist, George Will joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “Conservative Sensibility.”  

Related Content

Facebook: The Worst Coffee House In The World

Does not every problem in society have a government policy solution? Is publicizing the censorship and political bias of big tech a better solution than having the government take care of it? Are Facebook and Youtube having a hard time trying to decide if they want to be a publisher or an open forum? Writer at The Spectator, Daniel McCarthy joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

Related Content

Unpredictable Trump

How did Trump’s threat of tariffs on Mexico actually work? Should we reward the Mexicans with a vote on the USMCA trade deal? Should conservatives be worried about a big government approach to regulating Big Tech? Senior Political Columnist at the Washington Examiner, Tim Carney joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Big Tech’s War On Free Speech

Should conservatives argue for government regulation of social media? In other words should the government force them to abide by their own claims to be a neutral platform? Is access to social media platforms a civil right? Contributor at TheStream.org, John Zmirak joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Recovering Democrats: Diamond And Silk

As former Democrats, what made Diamond and Silk switch parties? What is the idea that every politician has to pander to the black community with the stereotypes that they’re all poor and need the government’s help? Diamond and Silk join Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Free College For Everyone

Who will really benefit from Chief Warren's debt forgiveness/"free" college plan? Why don’t we try to lower college tuition and take the government out of it completely? What’s happening with the free college model in Europe? Why stop with forgiving college debt, what about auto debt? Washington Post columnist, Megan McArdle joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Biden Apology Tour

Was Joe Biden given a pass all these years because he was Obama’s VP? Does illegal immigration make us safer like Beto O’Rourke declared? Is Mayor Pete from South Bend a long term threat? Does government need to step in and regulate the internet? Senior Editor at the Federalist.com, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Big Tech Vs. Big Government

Why does Chief Warren oppose alleged Big Tech monopolists but support a big government monopoly in K-12 education? Does the free market help consumers more than any government bureaucrat ever could? Professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan, Mark Perry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

The Burke Four Vs. The Rest

Should parents be fined for bullying their kids? No social media monitoring by the government for getting a job or a gun but for parental discipline with their children? What are the rates for the so called “fair” tax that most mayoral candidates support? Chicago mayoral candidate and State Rep., LaShawn Ford joins Dan and Amy to discuss the state of his campaign.

Related Content

Big Government As A Moral Issue

What has been the impact of Illinois’ economic death spiral on churches? Does the clergy have an obligation to educate their parishioners on what the political ruling class is doing or would they rather throw in with them? Senior pastor at Christ Church, Mike Woodruff joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

Race To Be The Biggest Government Spender

Is Howard Schultz derailing the enthusiasm from far left candidates entering the race? What’s the over/under on 20 candidates in the primary? Is it a race to see who can make the government the biggest and most expensive? Is a border wall/barrier/fencing deal still possible before Tuesday's SOTU? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

De Blasio Demands, Show Me Your Hands

“Brothers and sisters, there’s plenty of money in the world. There’s plenty of money in this city. It’s just in the wrong hands.”

Those are the words of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on the occasion of introducing his plan for single-payer, government-run health care at the municipal level.

de Blasio’s use of the phrase "brothers and sisters" is instructive as it is religious.

As Chesterton observed, when people lose their faith in the Almighty, they don't believe in nothing. They believe in anything.

Rather than an omniscient God, more place their faith in an omnipotent state and bishops of big government like de Blasio.

Being a Socialist in the 20th century meant never having to account for the body count. Today, it means de Blasio’s political self interest is nobler than your economic self interest.

Understanding that when he says money is in the “wrong hands,” he may well be talking about yours.

Related Content

Manufactured Crisis In Equity Markets

Will corporate earnings leave us bullish or bearish? Are low unemployment and earnings making it hard to go into a recession? Will the shutdown reduce growth to 0%? Are things that exploded in price "coincidentally" have government as the major purchaser? Fox Business contributor, Scott "The Cow Guy" Shellady joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

What’s Worse Than Facebook?

Is government the biggest threat on the internet? Is the hysteria over social media giants overblown? Is it more important to be morally right than technically correct? Is there anyone who reaches the degree of purity to host the Oscars? Dickinson College professor, Crispin Sartwell joins Dan to discuss.

Related Content

An End To Predatory Policies In Chicago?

Does the candidate with the most petition signatures have the best momentum heading into the February mayoral election? How can some candidates be what Chicago needs moving forward with all their baggage and ties to corruption? Is there the beginnings of a generational change in the city? Is an elected school board the answer to CPS woes? Mayoral candidate, Amara Enyia joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content

EPA Owes Willowbrook Residents More Than An Apology

Are the trial lawyers prepping for another community forum with updates from the EPA in Willowbrook tonight? Was the Sterigenics scare a political hit job by the EPA? Did the EPA release their worst case assumptions rather than actual proven data models? Founder of JunkScience.com and a member of President Trump’s EPA transition team, Steve Milloy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

Related Content