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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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Folds Of Honor 5k

In the last 12 years, Folds Of Honor has awarded 20,000 scholarships to the children of fallen and disabled servicemen and women. The educational scholarships can be used at the K-12 level or higher education. V.P. of Corporate Development at Folds of Honor, Larry Robinson joins Dan and Amy to discuss their 5k fundraising event this Sunday. Visit chicago.foldsofhonor.org for more information.

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Rep. Amash Breaks From Republicans On Impeachment

Are Republicans unified around President Trump aside from Rep. Amash? Is Trump being tough enough on Russia? Are Republicans worried about women leaving the party? What is the training like for those who guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery? Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book “A Sacred Duty.”

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Phillips: Set The Record Straight

The media reported Nathan Phillips as a Native American elder as well as a Vietnam veteran. But now the record shows he never served in Vietnam. Is this another example of the media’s complete lack of interest in context? Retired U.S. Navy Seal, Don Shipley 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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True Leaders Of Our Times

Have we oversimplified leadership into mythical terms? Retired four-star General, Stanley McChrystal joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book “LEADERS: Myth and Reality,” that profiles 13 strong leaders from different eras throughout human history.

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Survived With Honor

Should there be concerns with the U.S. political system because of the entrenched politicians who occupy it? What is the future of American politics and civility? Retired U.S. Air Force General and prisoner of war in Vietnam, John Borling joins Dan and Amy to discuss the life of John McCain and the country’s uncertain future.

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Ryan Weaver Headlining At Rockin’ For The Troops

Rockin’ For The Troops takes place this Saturday, July 14 at Northwestern Medicine Field with headliner and veteran Ryan Weaver. Weaver joins Dan and Amy to discuss the rich military history in his family and why he decided to pursue his dream of being a country music singer. All proceeds from the event will benefit military, family, and veteran support programs provided by Operation Save Our Troops- America.

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Media Spin On Trump’s VA Replacement

Is Trump’s appointment of his personal doctor overshadowing the fact he’s an admiral and WH doctor under Obama? Did Trump underestimate how badly he alienated his base by signing the $1.3T omnibus spending bill? Are the families victimized by illegal alien criminals now taking POTUS to task? Mike Gallagher joins Dan and Shaun to discuss.

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Green Berets Featured In New Movie “12 Strong”

How did the story translate on film? Was it able to capture the spirit of their close-knit brotherhood? Are the Afghan people in a better place than they were before? Is US foreign policy on the right path in Afghanistan? One of the real-life Green Berets portrayed in "12 Strong," Bob Pennington, joins Dan and Amy to discuss the film and his 30 years of active duty service.

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