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20 In For The Democrat-Socialist POTUS Debate

What candidate needs to move early if they’re going to stay in this race? Can Beto resuscitate his campaign with a strong debate showing? Does Trump love having the impeachment debate with the Democrats? Was Pelosi the audience for the Watergate theatrics to persuade her on impeachment? Politico Senior White House Correspondent, Darren Samuelsohn joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Sanders Blasts “Starvation Wages”

How does Bernie Sanders, who has never run a business or even had a real job, have the nerve to go after Wal-mart and their so called “starvation wages?” Why is Wal-Mart the target for socialists yet they improved the purchasing power for everyday Americans? Is Trump imposing tariffs to force the Feds to lower rates? CNBC Contributor, Jim Iuorio joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Battle Of Ideas

Is there a subtle conservative message in Game of Thrones about the failures of socialism? Are there only two forms of speech, free speech and government controlled speech, with nothing in between? Are conservatives fighting hard enough in the battle of ideas with the Left? Hollywood screenwriter and podcaster, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump’s Endgame With China

What will the relaxation of tariffs on Mexico and Canada mean for the passing of the USMCA and what would its passage mean for the U.S. economy? Is Trump protecting the tech industry at the expense of the farmers? Why are Democrats advocating for more socialism that has a 100% failure rate? CNBC contributor, Jim Iuorio joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Socialism Light

Will Bernie Sanders’ trip to Russia and criticizing the United States while there backfire on him? How do the Democrats run against the sizzling economy? How nasty will the 2020 election get? Will the Democrats go with a fresh face or stick with “Sleepy” Joe? Editor at National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Unorthodox But Successful Trump Presidency

Are unhinged congressional Democrats Trump's best weapon for re-election? Are Democrats interested in the truth? Is Trump on the trajectory to win in a landslide with the great economy or will the promise of free giveaways give the edge to the Democrats? Editor at the New Criterion, Roger Kimball joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss.

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The Modern Fight Against Tyranny

Is there a compromise on the horizon for border security? Where is the investigation into 2016 leading? Why do young people lack an understanding of how our founding fathers fought against tyranny? Utah Senator Mike Lee joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “Our Declaration.”

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Is It Finally Biden’s Time?

Are Congressional Republicans on the same page as Trump and want to move on from the Mueller report? Are white working class voters who supported Trump in 2016 going to switch to Biden in 2020? Will Biden’s message emphasize not scaring away independent voters with socialist ideas? Why is there a reluctance of Obama and his officials to endorse Biden? Editor of Washington Free Beacon, Matthew Continetti joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The New Democrat Party

Does Bernie Sanders have what it takes to win the Democrat nomination for President? Is Pelosi correct that the Democrats have "no taint" of anti-Semitism? Has Buttigieg taken away the media spotlight from Beto? Will presidential contenders stay clear of the Mueller investigation and let the congressional Democrats do all the dirty work? Longtime Democrat strategist and CNN contributor, Joe Trippi joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Capitalism More Important Than Democracy?

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, presidential nominee, says capitalism has let a lot of people down. Has it? Compared to what other economic system? Why are Democrats running on repealing the tax cuts that benefited over 94% of the country? Chief Economist for CNN and Fed Board of Governors nominee, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Framing 2020

If the situation at the border is in fact a crisis, what should we do about it? Is political jargon getting in the way of coming up with a solution? Is 94% of people getting a tax cut considered a good outcome? Is calling a candidate a socialist a smear? Former Chair of the DNC and Fox News contributor, Donna Brazile joins Dan and Carol Roth to discuss.

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Curious Case Of Joe Biden

Is Biden’s problem not his creepiness, but his policy positions within the Democratic-Socialist party? Can he win the media battle against him? What about his actions to benefit his son’s finances in Ukraine? Is Brexit ever going to be resolved? Deputy Editor at The Spectator, Freddy Gray joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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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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The Era Of Beto

How does Beto get away with accusing Trump of treason with no evidence? Is there an alarming trend among registered Democrats who view socialism more favorably than capitalism? Is it worth it for any Republican to challenge Trump in the primary? Weekend Editor at Hotair.com, Jazz Shaw joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Free Market Economics For Dummies

How could AOC regulate your money and the market better? How do you make the free market argument to the well intended but misinformed? What’s the precedent set by the Connecticut courts that would allow families of the victims of the Newtown shooting to sue gunmakers for wrongful death? George Mason University econ professor and Cafe Hayek contributor, Donald Boudreaux joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Who’s The Leader In The Clubhouse?

Are other Democrats resentful at Beto for entering the race? Are socialists getting the headlines but won’t get the votes? Will there be any sort of political payback for the 12 Republican senators who voted against Trump’s emergency border wall funding? Editor at the New Criterion, Roger Kimball 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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The End Of Chicago

On April 2nd, Chicago will make history with its first duly-elected black, female mayor—and likely its first lesbian mayor.

The real significance of the election will be to signal the completion of Chicago’s transition from The Superfans to The SuperFrench; from Grabowskis in hard hats to political mobsters sporting soft cuticles.

The two mayoral finalists are distinctions without a difference. One argues for taxing hotels to publicly fund artists while the other advocates for taxing everything from sugary drinks to bullets.

Chicago has gone from the City That Works to the city that works you over.

Middle-income families have declined three-fold in the last two decades.

Black families are fueling a second Great Migration, this time away from Chicago.

Chicago was always a cut me in or cut it out town.

The kleptocrats cut in the Socialists to the exclusion of all else. So that’s all who’s left.

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Mugged By Own Policy Preferences

Are socialist enclaves also being ravaged by property taxes in Western Cook County? Are Illinoisans going to do something now or wait until it gets worse? Is it not just conservatives that are starting to bolt? Dan and Amy discuss the latest property tax report from the Western Cook County suburbs.

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On The Road To Impeachment

If the Democrats already think Trump is guilty and a borderline dictator then how can they not impeach him? With outlandish policies like the Green New Deal, abolishing the private health insurance market, and supporting infanticide, are the Democrats writing the longest political suicide note ever? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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