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Bad Economics

How can Trump defend the jobs lost because of the trade war? What is the biggest government takeover Elizabeth Warren is proposing now? Would Medicare for all turn into a very unhealthy America? The Capitalist Pig, Jonathan Hoening joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Obamacare Revamp

Is Bernie’s Medicare for all feasible? Should we reinstate the mandate that everyone get health insurance and also set up auto enrollment? Why would employers provide insurance for their employees when the employees can enroll in medicare for free? Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Vice Provost at the University of Pennsylvania and brother of Rahm Emanuel, joins Dan and Amy to debate healthcare policy.

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The Logic Of The Nanny State

The recent story of 11-month old Charlie Gard brought to light some of the serious issues with Government-Funded Healthcare. Should the state have final say over parents when a child's life is at stake? And if a system gives the state that much power, do we want it in the United States? We asked those who support a single-payer healthcare system to help us Follow The Logic. 

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Live Or Die, Let The State Decide

What happens when the state is in charge of life and death decisions? Do medical professionals operate as agents of the state? Where should healthcare decisions lie? And, what is the future of freedom of speech in our culture? Writer and Psychiatrist, Theodore Dalrymple joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Sen. Johnson: McCain's Brain Tumor May Have Been A Factor On Healthcare Vote

When comparing Trump's First 200 Days to Congress' First 200 Days, Charles Krauthammer concluded, "Congress has been a bust." What can good faith legislators do to work with their bad faith colleagues? Was the "Skinny Repeal" an adequate fix to the problems with Obamacare? Did John McCain's health play any role in his decision to vote against the repeal? What happens next on Healthcare? If General Kelly can reduce the circus-like atmosphere in the White House, will that help influence Congressional Republicans? US Senator for Wisconsin and Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Ron Johnson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Moore: I Think They'll Pass [Obamacare Replace]

Congressional Republicans will ultimately be judged on whether they can reduce Healthcare premiums. How do Congressional Republicans proceed if Obamacare Replace doesn't pass? Is there an alternate plan and how do you get the votes for it? Why does the individual mandate need to go? When can we expect to see some action on Tax Reform? CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Will Anyone Save Us From Surrender Republicans?

Madigan Republicans in Springfield. Obama Republicans in D.C. Even with a GOP majority in the Senate, the Obamacare Replace legislation doesn't seem to have the votes to pass. Is there anything that can save us from the Surrender Republicans? What will the world look like in a year if Obamacare isn't replaced? Does this crisis just move us closer to a single-payer healthcare system? Was the GOP's contradiction on the issue of pre-existing conditions fatal? Will an Obamacare Repeal ever be possible? Healthcare expert and Founder of HealthInsuranceMentors.com, C. Steven Tucker gives Dan and John Kass his diagnosis.

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Charlie Gard's Parents Fight To Save Their Son

A U.S. doctor says an experimental procedure has 10% chance of helping Charlie Gard. The London High Court is still deciding if Charlie belongs to his parents or the state. Should Charlie be “allowed to die with dignity”? Are the State or parents better positioned to speak for children? Is this the future under a single-payer healthcare system? Dan & Kristen McQueary discussed Charlie Gard's parents' fight to save their son and the Orwellian double speak used by the UK's court and hospital systems.

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The State Vs. Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard’s parents are thinking about their son and trying to save his life.

The British government is thinking about its centrally-planned health care system and trying to save its dominion over the lives of its countrymen.

And that’s the story of government from time immemorial.

The state is forever seeking to intervene between parents and children because family is a bulwark against its power.

A spokesman for the London hospital that seeks to put Charlie Gard to death said they don’t want “a world where only parents speak and decide for children.”

You see, they speak for your child.

The commissars at the Orwellian-acronymed National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) will tell you when it’s time for him to die with dignity. And there’s nothing nice about the way they shall impose their will.

The State vs. Charlie Gard is a reminder to Americans about the nature of government-run health care, yes.

More importantly, it is a lesson about the nature of government generally.

The state and the Gard family are adversaries not allies.

Government is a synonym for force not compassion.

This is what George Washington meant when he described government as “a dangerous servant, and a fearful master.”

Consider this when politicians offer to improve your life with government in either role.

Consider Charlie Gard’s life.

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Moore: I Think They Get This (GOP Healthcare) Done By Labor Day

Can Mitch McConnell get The GOP's Healthcare Replacement Plan passed in the Senate?  What is the cure for the damage done by Obamacare? How are Senate Republicans addressing it in the new legislation? Which Senator attended Stephen Moore's wedding? Who does Moore like to replace Janet Yellen at the Federal Reserve? The Wall Street Journal columnist, Former Trump Advisor and CNN Contributor joins Dan Proft and Shaun Thompson (Shaun from Elmwood Park) to discuss. 

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Repeal Now. Replace Later?

There seems to be a consensus among those who understand Beltway dynamics that conservatives are close to coming on board the GOP Healthcare Bill. What can we anticipate on the Healthcare Reform effort after the 4th of July recess? What is the likelihood that the Healthcare Reform bill will be split into two initiatives: Repeal now. Replace later? Will there be a new "face" of the Trump Administration after the 4th of July? FNC Congressional Correspondent Mike Emanuel joins Dan and Amy with the inside scoop from Capitol Hill.

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3 Ways To Improve Obamacare Repeal

Avik Roy joined Dan & Amy to offer three ways to improve the Senate's Obamacare repeal bill. Will the repeal bill pass? Does Obamacare hurt the poor? Should repeal of the individual mandate be delayed till 2021?

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We Will Win

Grover Norquist joined Dan & Amy to offer a note of optimism. Should the Senate GOP scrap the current Obamacare replacement bill and start over or pass it immediately? Do they have the votes to pass it? Is it the most conservative version that can pass? Why are Governors across the nation split on the bill?

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Moore: [GOP] Is Actually Liberating People From Obamacare

The Wall Street Journal framed the choice for Congressional Republicans this way: Republicans can put aside their narrow self-interest and fix Obamacare on their terms. Or they can collapse in disarray and bail it out on Mr. Schumer's. In 2018, will the GOP defend a success or try to explain away a failure? Why does the GOP always argue on Democrats' terms instead of just laying out their vision for the American people? Former Trump Advisor and WSJ Columnist Stephen Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss

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Nancy Pelosi Read This Healthcare Bill

The Senate GOP unveiled their Obamacare replacement and they're already two votes short. But is "nice" enough for President Trump? Dan & Amy were joined by HealthInsuranceMentors.com's C. Steven Tucker to distinguish between the Senate GOP and House GOP versions of Obamacare repeal.

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The System Has To Change

Given the conflicting reports in the media and from Congress, how close are we to replacing Obamacare? How long can we expect before Healthcare is reformed? Is the Trump Administration still committed to Healthcare Repeal & Replace before Tax Reform? What does it mean for Senate Republicans when Trump calls the House Healthcare bill "too mean." What does an improved Healthcare Plan have to accomplish? Wall Street Journal Columnist, Senior Economist for CNN & former Trump Advisor, Stephen Moore joins Dan and Amy to give them an update from Washington.

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Prove Up Or Shut Up

With all of the leaks from the intelligence community, we have not had a single leak with hard evidence of collusion. If the Trump Administration wants to bring the Russia investigation to a conclusion, why not just kick it to the Judiciary Committee? On the healthcare side, Obamacare is imploding as predicted by everyone who ever took Econ 101. What is Senate GOP's plan for passing the Healthcare bill out of the Senate. Bret Baier, Anchor of Special Report on FNC, joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Ponnuru: We Have To Make It Worth Their While

What is the timeline on the Senate passing the Obamacare Replacement? Will senators consider the urgency of the marketplace when it comes to plan offerings of providers so that families can feel some relief? Should female GOP senators be part of the process? How could the Senate improve on what the House passed? Ramesh Ponnuru, Columnist for Bloomberg View and Senior Editor for National Review joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Winning On Healthcare?

Reaction to the The Republican Repeal and Replace of Obamacare has been mixed. Some say it is the biggest reduction in government since WWII. Others say Obamacare shifted American expectations of government in terms of providing Healthcare. And the entire debate has been on liberal ground. So who really won the day? Without an individual mandate, how does the plan pay for itself? What will be the lag time to see a reduction in premiums? C. Steven Tucker, Founder of HealthInsuranceMentors.com, joins Dan and Amy to give his in-depth analysis.

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You Can't Insure Against Something That Has Already Happened

House Republicans have a compromise worked out to vote up their Healthcare Plan 2.0. How does the new plan address pre-existing conditions? How much will premiums go up? What will happen if we just keep Obamacare in place? CNN Contributor and Former Trump Economic Adviser Stephen Moore Joins Dan and Amy to give his diagnosis of the new plan, as well as his reaction to the Trump Administration's Tax Plan. 

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