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A Step Back For Life In Illinois

How do pro-lifers promote the movement in a positive way despite the violence promoted by the other side? Are pro-aborts proud of Illinois’ new status as “the beacon of women’s reproductive health care?” Is abortion good for business as a group of CEOs claim it is? Ambassador for Live Action, Samantha Kamman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Utilities Of Civility

How bad do you think things are? Should that frame how conservatives take on the culture war in our country? Do Christians have a duty to stand up for what they object to and what they want to see for the country? Is “common ground” a total fantasy in dealing with those on the Left? First Things’ Editor, Rusty Reno joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Antipathy To Instagram Foodies

Did C.S. Lewis actually predict Instagram? Is it hard for modern society to see past the material world and what they see on Instagram? Columnist, Chadwick Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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The Need For A Spiritual Reawakening

Is the war on Christianity the more deeper and problematic battle? Is there a political solution for these problems? Do Christians need a “reawakening?” Is it possible that the pro-life movement could spark a revitilzation of Christians? Senior fellow at the Discovery Institute, Scott Powell joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Death With Dignity

How is supporting assisted suicide laws the caring approach? Why is society putting emotion before reason? Are we on the path to redefining the Hippocratic oath? Dan and Amy discuss assisted suicide laws and a case of a young girl in the Netherlands.

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Politics And Media: Two Sides Of The Same Coin

What are the consequences of politics in our social life? Do we create a fantasy world of our own through our political ideologies? Has politics been reduced to carnage? What is the imagery of the U.S. in the eyes of the rest of the world? Life and Arts Editor at The Spectator, Dominic Green joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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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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The Philosophy of Infanticide

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam may soon be moonwalking out of our lives forever but the Democrat Socialists’ support for infanticide isn’t going anywhere.

Northam’s recent support for killing a baby after birth followed Andrew Cuomo lighting up the New York skyline in celebration of the same.

This is who cultural Marxists are.

The cultural Marxist isn’t making a scientific argument when he offers the bumper-sticker paeans to “women’s reproductive health.” He is making a philosophical one.

The proponent of infanticide is the utilitarian.

Their philosophical leader is Princeton University Bioethicist Peter Singer who says what the standard-issue cultural Marxist pol won’t when he argues that a baby’s right to life is contingent on the happiness he enjoys and brings to others.

Singer argues it is okay to kill a disabled child if that killing will lead to the birth of a non-disabled child with better prospects for a happy life and the creation of enjoyment for others.

Utilitarianism is the mentality that promotes a culture of death.

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More Of The Same From The D.C. Press Corps

Why was everyone ready to destroy high school kids wearing MAGA hats over an edited video on social media? Is the anti-semitism from women’s march organizers too much for the DNC but not too much for Johnnie Walker? Are corporate cultural marxists a bigger threat than government? Are any offers going to be accepted on border wall funding from the Democrats? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Highs And Lows Of Trump’s Presidency

Is Trump his own chief of staff? How much credit does General Kelly deserve? Is Comey getting away with too much in the public view? Is it time for Trump to have a national address to tout his accomplishments and discuss what needs to be done the next two years? What does Trump need to do or say to expand his base? How does the Left use their dominance in popular culture as a weapon against their political opponents? Podcaster and Hollywood screenwriter, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Feminism Is Hurting Women

How has feminism helped undermine family life? Why is there a hypersexualization of children in schools? Why do feminists deny the differences between men and women? Is the #metoo movement a cry of despair from the anything goes culture feminism has created? Columnist and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Mona Charen joins Dan and Amy to discuss how feminism lost touch with science.

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Diamond and Silk Bringing The Truth With Proof

Will Trump’s supporters out live his presidency and continue supporting Republicans? Will the country be recognizable if the Socialist Democrats are able to take over? Did people gravitate to the right after the Kavanaugh hearings? Are white women gender traitors? Diamond Silk join Dan and Shaun to discuss these topics and their new movie “Dummycrats” in theaters October 15.

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The Changing Republican Party

Was it a good move for the White House to have Melania do an open ended interview with ABC? Are there too many factions within the Republican Party? Is there an appetite in the party for limiting the size and scope of government? Has the argument against socialism for Republicans become less of a fiscal argument but a cultural one? Senior political correspondent at the Washington Examiner, David Drucker joins Dan and Shaun to discuss.

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Devolution Needed In The Supreme Court

Can Kavanaugh tip the balance of the court to reign in what the big government left has been able to accomplish? How can we restore America? Do we need a devolution, not a revolution? How has progressivism led us astray from what the Constitution intended? Author of “Restoring America,” Howell Woltz joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Republicans “Gloating” About Kavanaugh Confirmation

Should Republicans be allowed to celebrate the Kavanaugh confirmation? Is the U.S. at risk of being governed by five lawyers? Are leftist elites shrieking because they are afraid of democracy? If the Democrats take over the House, will they spend the full two years trying to impeach Trump? Should there be investigations into those who may have testified untruthfully in the Kavanaugh hearings? Writer and editor at stream.org, John Zmirak joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Son Of Immigrants Makes The Case Against Open Borders

Do even those in the center politically know we need control over our borders? Is it controversial to propose merit based immigration? What should be the GOP's strategy to peel off Latino voters in key Senate races? National Review editor, Reihan Salam joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book on immigration policy, "Melting Pot or Civil War?"

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Be Wary Of The Eager Martyr

Is the author of the anonymous op-ed already working out their exit strategy? Was there anything new that hasn’t already been reported on written in the piece? Is it true that the more people try to “gotcha” the President, the more he’s been able to turn it on them? Is the country tired of the constant political controversy? Anchor of Special Report, Bret Baier joins Dan to discuss.

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Battle For November Heats Up

What are the implications of a socialist winning a primary over what some thought could be the next Speaker of the House? Are the Democrats in a competition to see who is the most against Trump? Is the new RNC ad featuring the leading faces of the left a typical move for a party already in power? Associate Editor at Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump/Trudeau Tussle

Is Trump making enemies with our closest allies? Does Trump lead with bluster, while Trudeau leads with virtue signaling? Does Trudeau have the intellectual depth to do his job? Is Canada experiencing the same sort of polarization of politics as the U.S.? Talk show host for NewsTalk 1010 in Toronto, Jerry Agar joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Nothing Short Of A Miracle

Is the idea of being recognized by merit a relatively new phenomenon in human civilization? Does that make identity politics an ancient way of looking at the world? Should there be concerns on the right about the degree of “nationalism” coming to the forefront in the party? National Review Columnist, Jonah Goldberg joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, "Suicide of the West".

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