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The Politics Of Impeachment

Is it hard to take impeachment charges seriously since the Democrats have been talking about it before Trump was even inaugurated? How can we lead the conservative movement if we don’t know what we are trying to conserve? Is Trump’s personality perfect for the swamp? Do both parties agree on expanding government? Former U.S. Senator and Chairman of the Conservative Partnership Institute, Jim DeMint joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “Conservative: Knowing What to Keep.”

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Trump’s Unshiny Foreign Policy Approach

How is it possible for two completely different spins after a U.S. intelligence briefing? Was there a legitimate threat from the Iranians against the U.S.? Is Trump and his foreign policy team more concerned about getting the job done rather than doing what the Washington bubble wants? National security expert, Lt. Colonel James Carafano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Millennials Championing Socialism

Should the GOP be careful to put the joking aside and take Beto seriously? Do Republicans have an even greater uphill battle when the media constitutes what's a scandal dependent on the political party? What material steps has Trump taken to “drain the swamp?” Policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation, John York joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Rolling Back The Administrative State

Has Trump began a regime change of the administrative state in Washington? Does the size of the bureaucracy undermine the people as a whole to hold government accountable? Political Science Professor at the University of Nevada, John Marini joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Played By The Hill

Is there any winner in the Amazon/New York debacle? Does AOC think New York has $3 billion sitting in back account waiting to be spent? Is there too much embedded amnesty in the Congress’ immigration bill and incentives for migrants to keep making the journey to the U.S. border? CNN contributor, Steve Cortes joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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CIA TV Talking Heads

Is Paul Ryan correct in saying that Trump is trolling people by targeting ex-CIA agents? Are Trump’s actions his way of draining the swamp or is it petty political retribution? Why is there more attention on the Twitter war between Trump and Rouhani than on the eloquent speech that Mike Pompeo delivered on Iran? Editor for National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Kavanaugh Too Much of A D.C. Swamp Creature?

What qualifications did President Trump consider important for his next Supreme Court nominee? What about the rumors regarding a backdoor deal between President Trump and Justice Kennedy? How likely is it that Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed? According to the left’s standards, should Justice Kagan resign because she hired him at Harvard? Resident Scholar for AEI, Gary Schmitt joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Win For Cocaine Mitch And Loss For Swamp Creatures

In two states that present Senate GOP pick-up opportunities, Cocaine Mitch, his China family and the China people were too much for Don Blankenship in West Virginia and anti-incumbent mood within the GOP knocks out two Congressmen in Indiana. Senior Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, David Drucker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Time Running Out For D.C. Swamp Creatures

Will anti-incumbent mood mean upsets in Indiana and West Virginia? Has the mood of the GOP electorate changed since 2016? Can the Trump Administration try to show they are serious about cutting spending after supporting the omnibus bill? Does the moral character of our leaders matter? Columnist at National Review, David French joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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Grassley/Graham Memo Calls For The FBI To Investigate Themselves

The Schiff memo claims the FBI acted appropriately at all times, but are sources based on FBI documents and protocols flatly rejecting that assertion? Did the Democrats purposely put things in the memo that needed to be redacted to make Trump look untransparent? Did the intelligence community not want a Trump presidency because of the possibility of his administration exposing their bureaucracy? Investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson joins Dan And Amy to discuss. 

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Filling Or Draining The Swamp?

In the new budget deal, did the Republicans take full advantage of the leverage Trump had won over the Democrats on the previous government shutdown? Trump didn’t campaign on being a budget hawk, but how does the expansion of the federal budget help drain the swamp? Is it becoming increasingly clear that the serial collusion was the FBI and DOJ protecting President Obama? Senior Editor for HotAir.com and columnist for The Week, Ed Morrissey joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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Classic Political Games At The FBI

House Intel could vote to release the memo today. When will the FBI release the Strzok-Page texts? Are they trying to delay releasing the text messages to play on the public’s short attention span? Are they anxiously waiting for the 2018 election hoping the Democrats take over the House? If the populists want Washington to change, they better support Trump and get out to the polls in 2018. Cybersecurity expert, Michael Daugherty joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Trump Taking On The Swamp Like Former President Jackson?

Is Kilmeade allowed to write a book about Old Hickory now that Democrats have expunged him from history? What are the similarities between Andrew Jackson and Trump? What is the latest in the feud between Kilmeade and Kimmel? What are his thoughts on Kimmel being called the “Moral Conscience of America?” Co-host of Fox and Friends and author of “Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America’s Destiny,” Brian Kilmeade joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Speculation Arises Over Niger Attack And Russian Collusion

There are still unanswered questions surrounding the mission in Niger. Is it possible American troops could have been betrayed by local allies? Does the whole Russian collusion story reveal how dirty politics can get in the DC swamp? Is this the real scandal or should there be more concerns about the uranium one deal? Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Michael Rubin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.  

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State's Attorney Uses Illegal Slush Fund To Buy Luxury SUV For Wife

The most feared men in Illinois might be your local watchdog group. Ask the Mayor who was caught using taxpayer money to buy a plane ticket to Japan for his girlfriend. Although the establishment Springfield and Chicago media corps would rather not report on these issues, a couple of average citizens from Edgar County are starting to garner the attention of national media outlets. Citizen journalists Kirk Allen and John Kraft of the Edgar County Watchdogs, some of the most hated men in Illinois (by corrupt politicians), join Dan and Kristin to discuss the outrageous corruption they have unmasked, the accessibility of Illinois’ FOIA requests, and what it is going to take to drain the Illinois swamp.

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Bannon Messages Trump Better Than Trump

Bannon: “I was raised in a de-segregated neighborhood, I don't need to be lectured by a bunch of limousine liberals" During his 60 Minutes interview, Bannon describes the creation of the swamp that has been 50 years in the making. How has the political ruling class transformed government into a successful business model for everyone besides taxpayers? Will Bannon be more beneficial as an accountability mechanism on the outside? Dan and Kristen discuss more on the Bannon interview and the Illinois cesspool.

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Controlling The Swamp

Why is President Trump having such a hard time replacing Obama loyalists in the Federal Government? Are 75 unnamed Republicans running a shadow campaign to replace President Trump? Does the Republican party suffer from "Staff Infection" as Kellyanne Conway says? How do we control the political consulting class? Dan & Amy discussed with Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union.

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The High Cost Of The Swamp

Do government regulations keep people safe? What is slowing down efforts to reform government? Why is IRS Commissioner John Koskinen still in office? Will Republicans embrace the President's agenda? Why are the President's policies being slow-walked within his departments? Ed Feulner, Founder and President of The Heritage Foundation joined Dan & Amy to detail the high cost of waiting to drain the swamp.

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