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Gridlock On The Border

Are both sides at fault for running to their corners instead of negotiating a deal to get humanitarian aid at the border? Is Beto O’Rourke playing politics with veteran’s issues? Are there too many Monday morning quarterbacks giving their misinformed analysis on how President Trump is handling Iran? Heritage Foundation's Lt. Col. James Carafano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Tabloid Moment In Our Politics

Are Pelosi and House Democrats’ confusion on impeachment helping Trump? When did transparency become unAmerican? Would it be remarkable for Trump to bargain a deal on immigration? Is there any hope for America’s biggest cities? Senior editor for National Review, Jay Nordlinger joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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GOP Blueprint For 2020

Did Trump lay out the blueprint on immigration to clarify the GOP’s position heading into 2020? Why aren’t Republicans addressing the backdoor government take over of the private health insurance market? Are Republicans getting jumpy as Trump cranks up the trade war with China? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Power Of The Individual

Have we been best served from the political fodder on both sides in D.C? Does the Left believe they can make better decisions for you? Is the trouble with political parties that they only care about winning? Former HP CEO and Presidential Candidate, Carly Fiorina joins Dan and Carol Roth to discuss her new book: “Find Your Way.”

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Should Trump Shut Down The Border?

Are the Democratic-Socialists going to decriminalize illegal border crossings? Is the liberal media finally acknowledging the crisis at the border? Should Trump close the southern border to send a message to Mexico? CNN political commentator, Steve Cortes joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Politics And Policy Of Obamacare

What is the Republicans’ alternative to Obamacare? Should Congressional Republicans continue to hold a tough line on border security? Is immigration not a Republican problem but a Nancy Pelosi problem? Will Biden’s touchy/feely nature end his presidential chances? Editor at National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Flooded Border

Did the Obamas have something to do with the Smollett charges being dropped? Why doesn’t Congress fix the border crisis? How much is illegal immigration costing the country? Why is everyone all of a sudden concerned about “Creepy Joe?” Diamond and Silk join Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Catch And Release

Why hasn’t Beto taken down the barriers at the border yet? Is there no room for rational discussion on border security when people like Kirsten Gillibrand are proposing social security benefits for illegal immigrants? Obama's former CBP Director, Mark Morgan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Fight For Border Wall Continues

What is the legal analysis of Trump's veto message and the humanitarian crisis at the border? Is Trump changing the culture of crime? Is restoring a meritocracy the remedy for the college admissions’ process? Writer at the Powerlineblog.com, John Hinderaker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Emergency At The Border

Do the crime stats indicate there is a national emergency at the border? What about the almost 60,000 asylum claims per month? Why should Trump sign the legislative deal even though it’s filled with landmines? Why do Democrats refuse to listen to border patrol agents and what they need? Former Customs and Border Patrol Director under Obama, Mark Morgan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Deal Or No Deal

Should Trump sign the border wall funding compromise and claim victory? Do all Republicans have to do to win in 2020 is not be insane? Will only the most left/socialist candidate make it out of the Democratic primary? Co- Founder of the TheFederalist.com, Sean Davis joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Take The Deal

As soon as President Trump deleveraged by ending the partial government shutdown, obtaining only a fraction of the money and miles of border barriers he wanted was inevitable.

Rather than quarreling about whether this is a win now, Trump should use it as the stepping stone on the path to victory in 2020.

Trump will have pictures of new infrastructure along the border, the support of border patrol and stats demonstrating a decline in illegal crossings.

That will be more than enough evidence to wipe away the specific numbers on miles and dollars from the concerns of most voters, particularly his base.

He should take the deal and build on it.

Trump should leave the Democrat Socialists to rail against inanimate objects and find an accommodation for DACA designees to cement his position as a leader who cares about the safety of human beings on both sides of the border.

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Disingenuous Claims Against Border Wall

Is building a border wall driven from common sense policy rather than political ideology? Are the only people claiming the border wall will be ineffective are the political pundits and politicians who have never visited the border? Is the humanitarian crisis caused by America’s bad asylum laws filled with loopholes? Former Customs and Borders Protection Chief, Mark Morgan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Democrats Not Moving

Who has more “human pain” according to Trump? Does Trump have the right to declare a national emergency as he says he does? Why aren’t Democrats seizing on the opportunity to get what they want out of an immigration reform bill? Are there more indictments to come or the full Mueller report in the near future? Anchor of Special Report, Bret Baier joins Dan to discuss.

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Big Trouble If No Wall For GOP

Do Mayor DeBlasio and New Yorkers understand “free healthcare” translates to taxpayer funded? Will Trump play his final card and declare a national emergency to get his border wall funding? Is anyone buying the Democrats' concern about fiscal responsibility? Mike Gallagher joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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No One’s Blinking

Should Trump be swayed by the Democrats asking to open the government and then continue negotiations? How can Trump and Republicans best make the compassionate, humane argument for the wall against the Democrats and hysterics from mainstream media? Congressman Sean Duffy from Wisconsin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Obama’s Smugness

Is Obama admitting he was great for Wall Street but not so much for working families? Did we fail him? Will identity politics be wielded as a weapon in the Democratic presidential primary? Is a Trump pardon for Manafort on the table? Is a government shutdown the only way to advance Trump’s policy agenda? Could securing the border and making illegal immigration more difficult lead to more rational policy discussions? National Review columnist, David French joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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America’s Influence On The World Stage

Is Pakistan the achilles heel for the U.S. in our continuing military presence in Afghanistan? Will Trump confront Putin this weekend at the G20 Summit about the continued threat Russia poses on Ukraine? Will Trump’s trade war with China lead to electoral consequences in 2020? Is the showdown at the border another issue neglected by previous presidents that Trump is willing to take on? Fox & Friends Weekend Host, Pete Hegseth joins Dan and Amy to discuss these topics and the launch of Fox Nation.

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Confrontation On The Border

Who bears the responsibility for the chaos on the border? Is this just the beginning of mass caravans if the U.S. doesn’t act? Should Trump defy the court and force the Democrats to impeach him for keeping migrants from storming the border? Is the Mexican government helping at all? Editor at Stream.org, John Zmirak joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Constitutional Law And Voter Fraud

Is voter fraud mythology to the left? Does the President have the power to revoke birthright citizenship by executive order? Does SCOTUS dicta dictate federal immigration policy and/or the means to change it? Georgetown law professor, Randy Barnett joins Dan and Amy to discuss and also shares his experience as an assistant Cook County State’s Attorney on election patrol when he had voter fraud committed right in front of him.

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