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Everything Is Racist

Are we living in two Americas? Is the ‘Squad” not fulfilling their roles as congresswomen but rather grandstanding and championing their own celebrity? In today’s standards, is virtue dependent on not what someone does but the color of their skin? New Criterion Editor, Roger Kimball joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Pelosi Vs. The Squad

Is Trump successfully raising the profile of the unfavorable Democratic Congresswoman paving his way to victory in 2020? Are the members of the “Squad” making Pelosi look moderate? Is Joe Biden apologizing his way to the nomination? Co-Chair of the RATE Coalition, Jim Pinkerton joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Reparations For All

Should we pay reparations for all the wrongs made to all different groups of people throughout the existence of the United States? Are these discussions just about pandering for more votes for the Democratic Party? Former NFL great, Burgess Owens joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Segregation By Design

Why are colleges segregating students by race? Are colleges de facto overturning Brown v. Board? Does college do anything to prepare students for the real world these days? What are the outcomes for these students? National Association of Scholars President, Peter Wood joins Dan and Carol Roth to discuss.

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Trump Always To Blame

How is the artist of the anti-semetic cartoon in the NYT defending his work? Is there really an uptick in hate crimes or a substantial increase in reporting? Who is actually committing these hate crimes? Professor of economics at Brooklyn College, Robert Cherry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Easter Worshippers

“Christianity under attack? Sri Lanka church bombings stroke far-right anger in the West”

That was the headline in the Washington Post the day after the world learned the Easter Sunday church bombers were radical Islamist terrorists.

It seems the Post isn’t sure if Christianity is under attack. But it is sure only the “far-right” is upset about the massacre of “Easter worshippers,” as they term them.

Historically, The Left has used perceived persecution to accrue power. So they’re reticent to have Christians benefit from actual persecution, thus they use the label, “Easter worshippers” as if it’s a Spring festival of sorts.

This is how identity politics works and it is at work in the coverage of the slaughter of Christian innocents.

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and leading Democrats all used “Easter worshippers” language  generating much deserved pushback.

No atrocity is so great as to prevent the Left’s pursuit of power.

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Anti-Free Speech Mob At Depaul University

Why is the Depaul University student mob going after a black, gay, immigrant professor? Is there any moral intellectual leadership in academia? Professor Jason Hill joins Dan and Amy to discuss the article he wrote sparking outrage on Depaul’s campus and why students are demanding he apologize and undergo racial sensitivity training.

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Red Wave Rising?

Is Joe Biden still the greatest threat to Trump’s reelection? Is Pete Buttigieg checking off all the boxes to be the next media darling? Will issues like immigration lead to a red wave in 2020? Weekend editor at Hotair.com, Jazz Shaw joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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The Cleansing Of Smollett In The Chicago Way

Did Kim Foxx save the fall of an icon? Is Smollett the Jackie Robinson of homophobia? Even though he committed multiple felonies, does his work in the community transcend us all? What exactly is the importance of this moment? Chicago Tribune Columnist, John Kass joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Two Systems Of Justice

Will anything in this case ever be solved as the State’s Attorney’s office says Smollett isn’t exonerated and Smollett is still playing the victim? Why wasn’t the Police Department notified that the charges were being dropped? Should Chicago police walk off the job in protest? Chicago FOP President, Kevin Graham joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Beto, Biden, And Bernie, Oh My

Is Beto the candidate with the most star power and will it win him the nomination? What do the Democrat candidates need to do to be successful amongst a weak field? Are they anything more than the “anti-Trump” party? Author at The Spectator and Fellow for the Fund for American Studies, Daniel McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Competition To Make Headlines

Is the most diverse delegation in Congress now known as the party of hate due to their tolerance of Rep. Omar’s anti-semitic comments? Will there be any consequences for the freshman members’ rhetoric or their alleged FEC violations? Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Michael Rubin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Rationalizing Anti-Semitism

If you have to pass a resolution saying we won't tolerate anti-Semitism, what does that say about what you have been tolerating? Will the alleged FEC violations from AOC and Talib be held to the same level of scrutiny as with Republican politicians? Will the Mueller report deliver actual crimes or just salacious commentary to embarrass the President? WI Congressman, Sean Duffy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Ask Not Why They Did It But What They Serve

Why would the billionaire owner of the NFL’s most successful franchise patronize a brothel?

Why would a successful actor perpetrate a fraud on the nation for a pay raise?

Why would an international music superstar prey on young girls?

Why would they risk everything? What’s in it for them?

Those questions are dead ends in the search for an explanation for this depraved conduct.

To understand why one must ask the question, “What do they serve?”

As with the high-profile cheaters and reprobates before them, R. Kelly and R. Kraft and Smollett are C.S. Lewis’ men without chests.

They are walking pleasure centers seeking only to serve their visceral wants: celebrity, money, carnal release.

They are the byproduct of a culture that celebrates the unrestrained indulgence of one’s appetites over objective truth.

What a society extols it begets. And so we have begotten R. Kelly, R. Kraft and Smollett.

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Media Embarrasses Themselves Again

Why didn’t anyone question Smollett’s story after his reported attack? Was the media’s reaction revealing about how they really think about America? Does the Gosnell movie force people to confront what abortion really is? Hollywood screenwriter, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Are All Women Filled With Rage?

Do the Democrats have more explaining to do after Rep. Omar’s apology non-apology for her anti-semitic tweets? Is the outrage we see in media reflective of the lives of most people? Is the left using identity politics to take over institutions? Should there be a worry of political polarization over gender lines? Contributing Editor at Reason, Cathy Young joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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A New Conservative Agenda

Is it time for conservatives to stand up against the bigot baiting and go on offense? Why did the world think the worst of a young white student attending the March for Life wearing a MAGA hat? What should be the new conservative approach in Trump and post Trump era? Editor at First Things, Rusty Reno joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Policing Of Art

Is coal miners’ “blackface” consistent with the racially offensive blackface? Should the restaurant owner in question clarify the meaning of a photo with coal miners with soot on their face so people don’t get offended? Should the greater good be the standard for acceptable artistic expression? U.S. Air Force veteran turned poet and essayist, Rashaad Thomas joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Preparing For Government Shutdown Part 2

Should Howard Schultz be taken seriously as an independent candidate for President? Is it a competition to be the biggest identity politics’ candidate amongst the Democrats? Can Trump recover from the partial shutdown? Will his reelection be put in jeopardy if he doesn’t get the wall? Editor of the New Criterion, Roger Kimball joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Dumbing Down Of Culture

If racism was the principle cause of black children failing in school then why are they still failing even when the schools are run by other blacks? Are poor blacks seen as a commodity by middle class blacks? Is the growing intolerance of religion on the left breaking down the moral structure once strong in the black community? Founder and President of the Woodson Center, Bob Woodson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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