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Two Different 2016 Elections

“When is somebody going to jail?” That’s what Congressman Jim Jordan says his constituents want to know regarding the 2016 election. But is there still an appetite amongst the Democrats to impeach Trump? Do Republican primary challengers have anything to actually distinguish themselves from Trump? Spectator USA contributor, Daniel McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Our Institutions Failed

Was Epstein’s sucide just a prison failure or a more systemic one? What went drastically wrong? Should all of the people on the suspect list of co-conspirtators of Epstein's be put on suicide watch or put into some sort of protective custody? Retired FBI Criminal Profiler, James Fitzgerald joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Stolen Justice

How could the Epstein suicide happen as the most high profile inmate? Will his accusers still get justice? What are investigators hoping to find on his private island? Did members of the FBI not think that after investigating a sitting President that there would be others who would want to check their homework? Mike Rogers, former FBI special agent and Congressman from Michigan, joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Questioning The Mueller Report's Validity

Did Mueller explore every avenue to get the most relevant information for both sides of this case? Are there any inconsistencies in how Mueller's investigation was run compared to other cases in the past? Former FBI member, Kevin Brock joins Dan and Amy to discuss Mueller's testimony.

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The Non-Exonerated Standard

Did Mueller take it upon himself to invent a new legal standard? Since when do you need to find evidence to exonerate someone? Was Mueller inviting Congress to impeach Trump? Would Mueller get ripped to shreds by both sides if he testified before Congress? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Bring The “Ongoing Investigations” To An End With Mueller Report Release

Attorney General William Barr described four areas of redactions in the full Mueller report he’ll be releasing next week:

- Grand jury proceedings

- Information of national security sensitivity

- Information that could do reputational damage to persons charged with no wrongdoing

- And, information that could be relevant to ongoing investigations farmed out by the Mueller team

I share the concerns with those on the Left who are pushing against the "ongoing investigations" exception.

This has become a catch-all cover allowing prosecutors to shield incompetence, conduct fishing expeditions, and put a cloud of suspicion over anyone they want for however long they want.

Yes, prosecutors should have the time they need to do a proper investigation in pursuit of the truth. But as we’ve often heard, justice delayed is justice denied.

Barr should put those "ongoing investigations" on a clock and commit to publicly release the details of those investigations, including those found in the Mueller report, regardless of the outcomes.

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Justice Department Coup

Does McCabe get to be the media star for at least a week? Where is the outrage that the DOJ was trying to set up the President of the United States? Is Trump setting a dangerous precedent with declaring national emergency to build the border wall? Senior editor at TheFederalist.com, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Cohen’s Day Of Reckoning

Was Trump’s hush money a political contribution per the statute despite what Cohen is alleging? Will Trump be unable to have a trial to clear himself and continue to have the issue cloud over his presidency? Are politically ambitious prosecutors overrunning the normal relationship between the FEC and Department of Justice? Former FEC Commissioner, Bradley Smith joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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“No Smocking Gun"

If Andrew McCarthy is right and Trump gets indicted, then what happens? Would the Southern District of New York have to get sign off from the Justice Department to get an indictment? What will William Barr’s perspective be on this? Does Comey have selective amnesia when it comes to certain investigations he was in charge of while head of the FBI? Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney and Contributing Editor at National Review, Andrew McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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FBI And DOJ Spying On Journalists

Does the media pick and choose the stories they report on to adhere to their critical narrative of Trump? Is there a media blackout on the Avenatti charges? Where’s the healthy skepticism across the board? Where are the civil liberties groups taking a principled stand against government abuses? Investigative reporter, Sharyl Attkisson joins Dan and Amy to discuss these topics and her suit against the FBI and DOJ.

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Exposing The Global Corporate Bribery Network

Are kickbacks with foreign nations bribery but otherwise known as lobbying in the U.S? How did Greece overspend on healthcare and what are the lessons to be learned? Why are there so few prosecutions for drug reps who bribe foreign countries to use their product? What is the human cost? LA Times national correspondent and author of “Kickback: Exposing the Global Corporate Bribery Network,” David Montero joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Long Way From Civility

What will it take for both sides of the extremes to quit doxxing and stalking elected officials and TV personalities like Tucker Carlson? Is Trump still looking to take executive action on immigration? Is there a 2000 redux happening in Florida? Any new names floating around for the new Attorney General position? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Scott Shellady to discuss.

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Latest On The Thousand Oaks Shooting


Staying up to date on another tragic event in Thousand Oaks, CA after a deadly mass shooting. Once they get the shooter’s identity, where does the investigation lead them? Does Jeff Sessions’ resignation and a new acting AG change the trajectory of the Mueller investigation? Former FBI Assistant Director, Ron Hosko joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Did Van Dyke Go To Jail For Doing His Job?

In the four years between the MacDonald shooting and Van Dyke’s conviction, there have been 2,500 murders, and more than 11,000 people shot and wounded in Chicago. What's the future of policing in Chicago? What about Trump’s idea to reinstate stop and frisk? Did Tiny Dancer buy the silence of black Alderman in exchange for campaign cash payoffs during his election runoff? Chicago FOP President, Kevin Graham joins Dan and Amy to discuss the Van Dyke verdict. 

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Is The Deep State Unraveling?

Is Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein a funny guy or weasel? How long has his time been up at the DOJ? Why won’t the fragile Republican majority act? Should Trump be cutting funds for the DOJ since it seems they’ve been doing more harm than good? Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney and Contributing Editor at National Review, Andy McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Don’t Drain The Baby With The Bathwater

Insubordination.

Indifference.

Intimidated by Hillary’s lawyers.

Improper gifts.

Lack of impartiality.

The IG’s report makes Democrats’ dreams of a Trump impeachment inconceivable.

So complete is the Trump vindication that the Left has regressed back to trying to figure out whether or not they’re supposed to like Jim Comey.

Trump should press his advantage here by consummating his anti-ruling-class value proposition.

The public doesn’t want the FBI and DOJ to go away. They just don’t want the senior leadership of those agencies to be conniving political operatives who believe themselves to be above the law.

Both are headed by Trump appointees now. The President should make a very public play to take a very active role in working with Christopher Wray and Jeff Sessions—or replacing if need be—to make the personnel and policy changes necessary for culture change and credibility restoration.

Much of the positive disruption President Trump has brought to the Beltway has been through simply doing what he said he would do as candidate Trump. It confounds the men and women of always.

Trump ran as a law and order candidate. The FBI and DOJ are instrumental institutions to the rule of law and public order in America.

Trump would bedevil his critics once again if chose this moment to be an institutional rebuilder.

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