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Connecting The Dots

Opioid Abuse

Should doctors be held in part responsible for the opioid epidemic? Is this not a new phenomenon or has the U.S. always had an addiction problem with narcotics? Is the medical community stepping up? How has Obamacare affected the healthcare profession? Chicago anesthesiologist, Dr. Ken Candido 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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On The 12 Year Path To Extinction

Are some of the environmentalists' policies well intentioned but will do little to help global warming and instead be very costly? Is the answer to climate change innovation rather than scaring people off and doing away with our already scarce resources? Environmental economist, Bjorn Lomberg 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 Promotion Of Anti-Semitism In The Democratic Party

Why do Democrats keep promoting and defending Talib’s ahistorical account of the Holocaust? Are celebrities insulating these individuals from consequences? When are more Jewish Americans going to start leaving the Democratic Party? Journalist from the Jerusalem Post, Caroline Glick joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Broken Immigration Crisis

Has illegal immigration always been about the movement of labor? Should we be switching to an employment based immigration system? How are the cartels and smugglers south of the border making bank on illegal immigration? Senior contributor at the Federalist, John Daniel Davidson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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No Adults In Charge

Will the new adversity score on the SAT level the playing field for prospective college students? Are employers not able to gauge the abilities of graduates entering the workforce? Are professors scared of their students and know they won’t get any support from administrators? Will social media regulation create a monopoly? Retired NYU professor, Mike Rectenwald joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Obamacare Revamp

Is Bernie’s Medicare for all feasible? Should we reinstate the mandate that everyone get health insurance and also set up auto enrollment? Why would employers provide insurance for their employees when the employees can enroll in medicare for free? Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Vice Provost at the University of Pennsylvania and brother of Rahm Emanuel, joins Dan and Amy to debate healthcare policy.

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Late Night TV Popularizing Fake Accounts Of History

Will Reps. Talib or Omar ever receive a reckoning for their either anti semitic comments or rewrites of history outside of the conservative media? Why did the student mob go after a Harvard professor for defending a client? Is Roe v. Wade in jeopardy? National Review columnist, David French joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Love And Death In Chicago

How do communities overcome all the tragedy and violence in Chicago? How have things changed or improved over the past 30 years? Is this not solely a law enforcement problem but a public health issue? Author, Alex Kotlowitz joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book, “American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago.”

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"Young, Stupid And Overconfident" Entrepreneurs

Do young entrepreneurs these days not realize there are no shortcuts to success? Are young people a product of the helicopter parents and the over reassuring professors that created them? How will businesses have to train young workers from a cultural standpoint? Executive Director of the Kaplan Institute, Howard Tullman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Rahm’s Victory Lap On Crime Reduction

Did crime actually get worse under Mayor Rahm Emanuel? Did he think no one was going to look back and check the record? Deputy Director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute, Rafael Mangual joins Dan and Amy to discuss Rahm’s op-ed rewriting history to cast himself as a police reformer and crime reducer.

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Chicago’s Debt Is Worse Than You Thought

Is Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot considering bankruptcy? How does Chicago have the highest taxpayer burden even though we have balanced budget requirements? Truth in Accounting Founder, Sheila Weinberg joins Dan and Amy to discuss their new report on the biggest taxpayer burden in major metro areas.

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Feminist Toxicity

Are the second and third wave feminists turning women and their children against each other? What are some of the positive effects of the feminist movement? Are socially conservative women out there but ignored? Author and philosopher, Carrie Gress joins Dan and Amy to discuss her new book and the inspiration she drew from Mary, the Virgin Mother.

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Retaining And Expanding Manufacturing

Is corrupt leadership the only thing getting in the way of economic success in Illinois? How are high property taxes, worker’s comp costs and other regulatory policies affecting manufacturing? Dan and Amy are live from the Technology and Manufacturing Association (TMA) this morning, part of the AM 560/Signature Bank Business Tour, with TMA President Steve Rauschenberger and Chairman Rich Hoster.

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Tariffs Could Halt Economic Success

If tariff increases are good public policy, why is it the Trump administration's goal to lower them? Isn't that an implicit admission they are economically destructive? Is this the only way to reset trade agreements with China? Is the trade war going to reverse the benefits of Trump’s other good economic policies? Should Big Tech be broken up? George Mason University economics professor and Cafe Hayek contributor, Don Boudreaux joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Anyone’s Race

Is Biden having to use more of his time to explain his past actions rather than promoting his campaign policies? Are Chinese tariffs a vulnerability for Trump? What happened to Beto and how does he get back in the race? New York Times Chief White House Correspondent, Peter Baker joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Comey In Trouble?

What was the point of releasing the Mueller report since the Democrats continue to discuss fact free conspiracy theories? Did Comey already omit he didn’t know if there was enough evidence to surveil the Trump campaign? Is Comey’s political nature and hatred against the Commander in Chief unprecedented behavior for a former FBI Director? Former Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center and FBI special agent, Kevin Brock joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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John Kerry Cozying Up With Iran

How serious is Kerry's conduct with the Iranians? Are his actions anti-American at minimum? Are we as tough on North Korea as we are on Iran? President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Cliff May joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Building The Blue Wall In The Midwest

Is the only wall the Democrats want to build is around their old Midwest constituencies? Is Trump gaining more popularity in the Midwest than he had back in 2016? Are the farmers going to turn on Trump after more tariffs with China? Who is going to emerge for the Democrats in the primary? Senior contributor for American Greatness, Julie Kelly joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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