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Performative Hysteria

Is there any end in sight for the deeply destructive “cancel culture” in our society? Are Twitter searches of minors the new journalistic standard? Has Twitter become one giant group therapy session? Roving correspondent for National Review, Kevin Williamson joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “The Smallest Minority: Independent Thinking in the Age of Mob Politics."

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Biting The Hand That Fed Them

Were conservative institutions the ones who originally supported and uplifted Silicon Valley? So then why is Silicon Valley now biting the hand that fed them? Do Big Tech’s relationships with foreign actors present a national security threat? Former White House Aide, Jared Whitley joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Public Pressure On Big Tech

Should the FBI and CIA investigate Big Tech’s relationships with foreign powers? Is public pressure on Big Tech more powerful than government regulations? Are we still in the same place with North Korea as we have been for decades? Heritage Foundation’s Lt. Col. James Carafano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Digital Police State

Is there any way back from how digitized our world has become? Is ignorance bliss regarding our digital footprint and how much of our information is out there? Are we slaves to our social media accounts? Professor of sociology and philosophy, Slavoj Zizek joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss.

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Giving Fame To Mass Shooters

Does the media give “fame” to those who have committed mass shootings instead of mocking and ridiculing them for their acts? Does the coverage of these individuals inspire others to commit atrocious attacks? Former Editor at Large for Out Magazine, Chadwick Moore joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss the El Paso and Dayton shootings.

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Is Big Tech Good For The U.S.?

Will the “Russian Bots” make a comeback in the 2020 election? Does Congress actually know what the problems on social media are and how to regulate them? Is Big Tech making society better? The R Street Institute’s Shoshana Weissmann joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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More Freedom Less Regulation For Big Tech

Is Big Tech in need of some more freedom oriented rules? Should they look no further than the free speech principles we already have in this country? Have activists’ and free speech monitors lost their historical memory? Contributor to Quillette, Daniel Friedman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Anti-Conservative Bias At Pinterest

How do companies like Pinterest and Google decide which content they believe attributes to the best vision for America? How did the Pinterest whistleblower finally get the courage to speak out against the company? Can conservatives band together and create their own social media platforms? Christian author and host of the Roy’s Report, Julie Roys joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Perfect Storm For Big Tech

How has Big Tech successfully made enemies on both sides of the aisle? Would the editors of Wikipedia rather go after a person offering a correction instead of just correcting the issue? Are the same people who are outraged when Trump calls the media the “enemy of the people” also outraged when Google goes after conservatives and labels them as “nazis?” Investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Crash Course On Cryptocurrency

Who is going to regulate the new digital currency, Facebook’s Libra? Is decentralization the key to success for cryptocurrencies? Cryptocurrency expert Scott Diamond joins Dan and Amy to explain Facebook's Libra play and the future of crypto payment networks.

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Slow Down

Does the U.S. need stronger privacy laws in regards to people’s activity on the internet and their data? How do we get people to think more analytically? How should statistics help frame your decisions? Gabriel Weinberg, CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo, and Lauren McCann, a statistician and researcher, join Dan and Amy to discuss their new book, "Super Thinking."

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Facebook: The Worst Coffee House In The World

Does not every problem in society have a government policy solution? Is publicizing the censorship and political bias of big tech a better solution than having the government take care of it? Are Facebook and Youtube having a hard time trying to decide if they want to be a publisher or an open forum? Writer at The Spectator, Daniel McCarthy joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Trump On The World Stage

How was Trump’s British etiquette while meeting with Queen Elizabeth? Does the five year high in citizenship granted to immigrants debunk the left’s anti-immigrant smears of the Trump administration? Are Democrats all talk and no action on impeachment? Are conservatives still being censored on social media? Diamond and Silk, the First Ladies of Punditry, join Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Politics And Media: Two Sides Of The Same Coin

What are the consequences of politics in our social life? Do we create a fantasy world of our own through our political ideologies? Has politics been reduced to carnage? What is the imagery of the U.S. in the eyes of the rest of the world? Life and Arts Editor at The Spectator, Dominic Green joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Big Tech’s War On Free Speech

Should conservatives argue for government regulation of social media? In other words should the government force them to abide by their own claims to be a neutral platform? Is access to social media platforms a civil right? Contributor at TheStream.org, John Zmirak joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Brian Lamb Reflects On 40 Years At CSPAN

Has the D.C. political culture changed much in the last 40 years? How has CSPAN adapted to the changing ways of how people receive news? CSPAN founder, Brian Lamb joins Dan and Amy to reflect on 40 years of programming, interviews and Beltway politics.

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Exposing The DC Press Corps

Is the DC press corps’ smear pattern being exposed? Where were the hard hitting journalists’ security concerns when the Sec. Of State had a private email server in her basement? Is the media redefining the truth? Why does Facebook always get targeted but not Twitter? Former CBS foreign correspondent, Lara Logan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Biden Apology Tour

Was Joe Biden given a pass all these years because he was Obama’s VP? Does illegal immigration make us safer like Beto O’Rourke declared? Is Mayor Pete from South Bend a long term threat? Does government need to step in and regulate the internet? Senior Editor at the Federalist.com, David Harsanyi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Star Power And Progressivism

Is Twitter vital to American political involvement? If so, would that subject it to government regulation? Is Kamala Harris going to run right up the middle between Bernie, Biden and Beto? Are Democrats frustrated that Bernie is still the frontrunner? Associate Editor at Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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“Love Your Enemies”

Does Arthur Brooks offer something deeper than a simple call for civility in his latest book, "Love Your Enemies"? Have we actually stopped persuading one another leaving us more frustrated and lonely? How did Arthur Brooks become a conservative growing up in a progressive home? AEI President, Arthur Brooks joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book.

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