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Intraparty Quality Control

Is Steve King’s time almost up in Congress after he makes more odd comments? With Beto restarting his campaign while others are dropping out, which Democratic presidential candidate has the most momentum? Where is the mainstream coverage on the attacks on ICE facilities? Are Republicans doing enough to raise the issue of Big Tech’s conservative bias? Weekend Editor at Hotair.com, Jazz Shaw joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Risk Of Google In China

Google is one of the biggest companies in the world with thousands of capabilities that people use everyday. What are the possible national security concerns of China using Google’s technologies? The Heritage Foundation’s Lt. Col. James Carfano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Perfect Storm For Big Tech

How has Big Tech successfully made enemies on both sides of the aisle? Would the editors of Wikipedia rather go after a person offering a correction instead of just correcting the issue? Are the same people who are outraged when Trump calls the media the “enemy of the people” also outraged when Google goes after conservatives and labels them as “nazis?” Investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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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.”

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The Future of Small “l” Liberalism

Are we nearing the end of small “l” liberalism? Should those on both ends of the political spectrum be critics of the political correctness movement? How do you strike the balance between regulation of content on big tech but still allow for innovation? Professor Slavoj Zizek joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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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.

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Big Government And Big Tech

Is China a prime example of how easy it is for a government to successfully suppress information from the general public for political gain? Will China wait it out until after the 2020 election to decide how they want to handle trade with the U.S.? Both the left and right want to take on Big Tech but what’s the best free market solution? CNBC contributor and columnist at AEI, Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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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.

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No Adults In Charge

Will the new adversity score on the SAT level the playing field for prospective college students? Are employers not able to gauge the abilities of graduates entering the workforce? Are professors scared of their students and know they won’t get any support from administrators? Will social media regulation create a monopoly? Retired NYU professor, Mike Rectenwald joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Steve Moore Withdraws Fed Board Nomination

What caused Steve Moore to make the decision to withdraw his Fed Board nomination? Are we back to the drawing board with China on a trade deal? Should Trump stop raising prices for American consumers? Should we tax Big Tech's revenue from digital ads? WSJ Columnist and CNN Chief Economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Star Power And Progressivism

Is Twitter vital to American political involvement? If so, would that subject it to government regulation? Is Kamala Harris going to run right up the middle between Bernie, Biden and Beto? Are Democrats frustrated that Bernie is still the frontrunner? Associate Editor at Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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