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Patterns Of Propaganda

Are the mainstream media journalists not only ignoring the people who got Russian collusion wrong but also continuing to ignore the people who got it right? Why is accusing Trump or even Bill Barr of treason with no evidence and then receiving no consequences for their outrageous claims the new normal? Former CBS News Foreign Correspondent, Lara Logan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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DC Press Corps Coverage Of 2020 Candidates

Does Biden have the grassroots enthusiasm? What’s the problem between Kamala Harris and the DC press corps? Are we going to see indictments after the release of the Inspector General report? Editor and publisher of the American Thinker, Thomas Lifson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Exposing The DC Press Corps

Is the DC press corps’ smear pattern being exposed? Where were the hard hitting journalists’ security concerns when the Sec. Of State had a private email server in her basement? Is the media redefining the truth? Why does Facebook always get targeted but not Twitter? Former CBS foreign correspondent, Lara Logan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Left Still Unsatisfied

Should Trump stop saying there is a deep state and that Mueller produced an impartial fair report? Should the whole report be released? Will there be any media reckoning for the hysterical claims they’ve been making for the past two years? Fox News Contributor, Juan Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Fox News Leaning Left?

Is Fox News succumbing to the cultural Marxists? Should conservatives to be concerned about the leadership at the network? Is Fox News under a constant barrage of pressure from advertisers? But if they move too far left, then wouldn’t they lose their audience? Editor and publisher at AmericanThinker.com, Thomas Lifson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Case Of Grave Injustice

What was the difference between the media's coverage of the Covington Catholic High school boys compared to the other high school kids who were celebrated as activists? Are reporters trying to blame social media rather than their rush to judgement to smear these kids? President of the National Association of Scholars, Peter Wood joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Phillips: Set The Record Straight

The media reported Nathan Phillips as a Native American elder as well as a Vietnam veteran. But now the record shows he never served in Vietnam. Is this another example of the media’s complete lack of interest in context? Retired U.S. Navy Seal, Don Shipley joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Shutdown Day 33

Is it a mistake to consider amnesty or benefits for people here illegally until the border is completely secured? Would it be constitutional for Trump to declare a national emergency to fund the wall and reopen government? What does the unprecedented response from the Mueller team say about the credibility of the Buzzfeed story? Senior legal fellow for The Heritage Foundation, Hans Von Spakovsky joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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A "Power Play" And The "Low Road"

What is the difference between Pelosi's "Power Play" and Trump's "Low Road"? How much longer until things get any better with border security talks and reopening the government? Where will Trump deliver his SOTU? What does Trump’s rising Latino voter approval rating mean? Should we believe Buzzfeed or wait for Mueller’s report? Senior Political correspondent at the Washington Examiner, David Drucker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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America First Or The Saudis First?

Did Trump make the right decision on Saudi Arabia and strike the right notes in delivering it? What steps should the U.S. take in addition to the sanctions Trump has already put on Saudi Arabia to try and push for serious reform? Would anyone in the DC press corps pay attention to the Khashoggi story if he wasn’t a contributor to the Washington Post? President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Cliff May joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Dan Proft Talking “Blue Tornado” On Beyond The Beltway

Should the 2018 midterms be more appropriately dubbed a “blue tornado,” touching down some places, but not a wave across the country? Should either party pander to suburban women as a special class? Why is the DC press corps eulogizing the Republican Party even though the GOP still holds the majority in the country? Dan Proft joins Bruce DuMont as a panelist on Beyond The Beltway.

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Activists Masquerading As Journalists

Did poor Jim Acosta from CNN get his WH credentials removed just for simply asking a question? Is the grandstanding and exaggeration of the republic at risk from the DC press corps sitting well with the American people? Is Trump called a divisive character because he won't surrender to the left? CNN contributor, Steve Cortes joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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What Happens If Republicans Lose The House?

What does the shameless coverage of the Pittsburgh shooting and pinning the blame on Trump but silent on Democrats’ relationship with Louis Farrakhan say about the D.C. press corps? Will the legislative success we’ve experienced the first two years of Trump’s presidency come to an end if the Democrats take over the House? Editor at the New Criterion, Roger Kimball joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Media Pointing Fingers

How do anchors on CNN go from calls for civility to suspecting the alleged pipe bomber is definitely a Fox News viewer? Is it ridiculous to suggest that the current political discourse is responsible for an attempted terrorist attack? Have any Democrats been asked if the caravan should be allowed in? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Every Decision Is Political

How should the performance of the the DC press corps be assessed over their handling of the Kavanaugh confirmation? Is there any distinction from the media and the Democratic Party? Do we have to remember that the media is more powerful than any of the branches of government? Founder of Project Veritas, James O’Keefe joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Spare Us, Chuck Todd

With illegal border crossings up, should Trump work around Congress and scramble the military to build The Wall? Does the GOP have subpar Senate candidates? How has Chuck Todd become the ringmaster of politics in the beltway? Would the NYT have granted anonymity to an Obama White House staffer criticizing the then President? Senior Political Columnist for the Washington Examiner, Tim Carney joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Unhinged Media

Why is the elite D.C. press corps against allowing different voices to be captured in the briefing room? How does the President process advice and make decisions? How has Spicer’s private life changed since his time as the White House Press Secretary? Former White House Secretary, Sean Spicer joins Dan and Amy to discuss the media, President Trump, and his new book.

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Labeling The DC Press Corps

Sarah Sanders refused to oblige CNN’s Jim Acosta’s demand to remove the “enemy of the people” moniker President Trump has bestowed upon the DC press corps.

I guess the Secret Service protection Sanders now requires amid the calls from that same press corps’ fellow travelers to subject her to a lifetime of public harassment has Sanders not particularly interested in what Acosta thinks he deserves.

Is the DC press corps a protector of the people? Is it a professional Fourth Estate acting as a check on the ruling class? Those descriptions don’t seem to fit either, do they?

Not all the members of the DC press corps are enemies to all of the people.

But the great majority are devotees of every big government gambit launched since the New Deal.

They cheer the economically illiterate agitprop of a millennial bartender and the communist virtue-signaling of a backup quarterback.

They want to force men into your daughter’s locker room, Howard Zinn into her classroom, and religion out of her life.

They call for our discourse to be elevated while welcoming a racist simp to the New York Times editorial board.

They champion policies and policymakers who oppose free minds and interfere in free markets.

Maybe the word to describe such people is not “enemy” but I know it’s not “friend” either.

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From The Noble Lie To Ignoble Truths

I don’t think Plato had former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden’s tweet comparing Trump immigration policy to the Birkenau death camp at Auschwitz in mind when he conceived of the noble lie.

Nor would Plato likely place under the noble lie header the DC press corps’ magical storytelling about a 2-year-old Time magazine cover girl who was separated from her father in Honduras by her mother but never separated from her mother by border patrol or anyone named Trump, not even Peter Fonda’s nemesis, Barron.

Noblesse oblige no more.

The lies told by elites these days are intended to foment social unrest not cohesion.

The ignoble truth is that today’s elites cover their tracks by feeding the public supersized whoppers to stunt their appetites for edifying information and dull their attention spans.

Never mind that the fix was in at FBI. See Trump’s criticism of Comey, et al., as a veiled predicate to martial law.

Never mind that family separation was not new policy at the border and that only the enforcement of it was new. Instead, understand this as an existential battle not for border security but against bigotry.

In other news, Paul Manafort has pled guilty to a violent crime for which he was not charged. ABC News reporting.

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Trump’s Great Base

Is there any chance of Trump's base deserting him? Will Trump win on his own but hurt down-ballot candidates? What’s the big coalition of Trump voters that the DC press corps still can’t wrap their minds around? Washington Examiner Reporter and author of “The Great Revolt,” Salena Zito joins Dan and Amy to discuss what she learned talking to Trump voters.

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