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“Boring” Democrat Debate

Will anything remain memorable from the first Democrat debate as the campaigns continue on? Who has the most to gain in these debates? Are de Blasio and Warren the only ones being honest about wanting a solely government run healthcare plan? Washington Examiner reporter, Salena Zito joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Free Healthcare And Open Borders

Do Americans want to pay for illegal immigrants’ healthcare like the Democrat Presidential candidates will force them to? Was NBC protecting Warren from serious debate? Is this the opportune time for Trump to make a national address on the situation at the border? Former Editor at Large of Out Magazine, Chadwick Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Moral Case Against Eliminating Student Loan Debt

Who owes the majority of student debt? If Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren wipe out student loan debt, what happens to those who already paid off their loans? Are college tuition costs a trap for middle class families? Professor of Economics at the College of William and Mary, David H. Feldman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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High Stakes With Iran

Is the Trump administration’s strategy with Iran working? Is there any evidence to suggest that the Trump Administration is unprepared for immediate high stakes crises? Do journalists have no broader context of what has been happening with Iran for decades and not just what has happened since Trump became president? Is Elizabeth Warren the consensus candidate for the Democrats? Senior editor at the Federalist, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Economic Nationalism

Is Warren’s “economic nationalism” that Tucker Carlson is supporting just exporting inflation? Is the Fed doing what Trump wants? Does the economic outlook show that it’s not the best time to get into tariff wars with other countries? Are the jobs numbers slowing? Fox Business contributor, Scott "The Cow Guy" Shellady joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Free College For Everyone

Who will really benefit from Chief Warren's debt forgiveness/"free" college plan? Why don’t we try to lower college tuition and take the government out of it completely? What’s happening with the free college model in Europe? Why stop with forgiving college debt, what about auto debt? Washington Post columnist, Megan McArdle joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Mueller’s Smear Job

Would any other person be under arrest and facing prosecution for what was revealed about Trump in the Mueller report as Sen. Warren suggests? Did Mueller and his team go beyond being thorough? Was the report written to smear Trump as much as possible? Should members of the Obama Administration be worried about the upcoming Inspector General report? Former Asst. U.S. Attorney, Sidney Powell joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Unlimited Borrowing

Did government create the student loan problem and are now going to save it with someone else writing the check? Why don’t we try to incentivize colleges to spend less and help students graduate in four years? CNBC contributor and columnist for AEI, Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Big Tech Vs. Big Government

Why does Chief Warren oppose alleged Big Tech monopolists but support a big government monopoly in K-12 education? Does the free market help consumers more than any government bureaucrat ever could? Professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan, Mark Perry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Taxing The American Dream

Are Democrats not even pretending you can keep your healthcare if you like it anymore? Why do they want to restrict people’s choices in healthcare and education? If Howard Schultz runs for president, doe he guarantee Trump a second term? Who needs $50 million anyway? WSJ Columnist and CNN Chief Economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Are The Democrats Falling Apart?

Would cutting off arms sales to Saudi Arabia hurt the U.S.? Is there more at play in the Khashoggi murder than him writing unfavorable pieces on the Saudi royal family? How does the resistance feel about their funds going into Trump’s pockets? Why are some media outlets letting Warren win the news cycle? Are Senate Republican nominees benefitting from the Democrats’ mishaps? Associate editor at Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Left’s Inability To Confront Violent Illegal Immigrants

Is Lanny Davis going on television to line his own pockets? Should Trump no longer worry about Russian collusion, but is he now vulnerable to the Feds combing through his financial records?  What did Elizabeth Warren have to say about “some girl” in Iowa that Fox News is obsessed with? Who really gave up their principles Never Trumpers or his supporters? Mike Gallagher joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss.

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Sad Day For Identity Politics

Trump roils DC press corps by lampooning Sen. Fauxcohontas. Where do things stand in the Republican Party with the pick up of Rand Paul’s vote in moving tax reform? It’s a sad day for the identity politics’ obsessed as El Gallito unexpectedly announces his retirement. Are we going to see the sexual harassment settlements unearthed? Senior Editor for HotAir.com and columnist for The Week, Ed Morrissey joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Elizabeth Warren Didn’t Build That And Neither Can You

Elizabeth Warren was born a poor, Native American child.

That’s the Horatio Alger story she spun when confronted by a Boston radio talk show host about her hypocrisy of railing against the 1% while being a Grey-Poupon-carrying member of it.

Warren refused to concede that she was a one-percenter instead recounting how her “daddy” was a janitor and her mom worked a minimum wage job.

But they provided for their Indian princess. 

Warren worked her way through school, became an academic while also consulting for big insurance companies and big banks, and amassed a multi-millionaire dollar net worth.

Warren tells her story in three dimensions. The rest of the 1% she shamelessly demagogues as one-dimensional Mr. Potter cartoons.

Warren is a one-percenter who overcame her humble beginnings. Everyone else is a robber baron--except for her champagne socialist fellow travelers in the Harvard faculty lounge, of course.

Warren is not a public servant. The businesses she seeks to plunder are.

Warren builds stylized political narratives. The entrepreneur built this country.

She can’t tell the truth about herself because Warren’s politics are predicated on a lie—not one she’s lived but one she wants to impose on you.

Elizabeth Warren didn’t build that and neither can you.

What's Left Of The Left

If we learned one thing from Obama, speechifying doesn’t bring the country together, create jobs or reverse barbaric cultural trends.

And so Trump’s unity-signaling Inaugural Address was quickly followed by a protest march of grumpy old women and their wives to which Susan B. Anthony would not have been welcome.

If we learned one thing from the confirmation hearings of Trump Cabinet nominees, the ungracious, vituperative Left plans to scold, shame and bigot-bait its way back to power.

Comrade Bernie insinuated that Betsy DeVos was too rich to be Education Secretary whereas he resisted such class envy politics when billionairess Penny Pritzker was up to be Obama’s Commerce Secretary.

Massachusetts Sen. Fauxcahontas Crockagawea (H/T Mark Steyn) was so insulted by DeVos’ commitment to educating poor minority children that she waved off an attempted handshake so she could rush over to harangue Dr. Tom Price at his confirmation hearing.

Speaking of Price, Comrade Bernie used his allotted time with the incoming HHS Secretary to explain that America lacks the compassion of Brunei because the government hasn’t formally nationalized the health insurance industry.

And these are the leading lights of the Left.

If that remains the case, it’s lights out for the Democrats.

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