January 16, 2020

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Did You See The Crazy Contrast?  President Trump Signs Phase One Of China’s Trade Deal, Stock Market Still Breaking Records, And Dems March Over To Senate With Approved Articles of Impeachment


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3 Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads

9:06-9:29a ET – Liz Peek – The contrast is stark & ludicrous, The split screen has Speaker Pelosi waxing poetic, it’s what you do when you don’t have the goods.  Meanwhile, Pres Trump signs the first China trade deal, and America’s bulls just keep on running. The Fox News contributor and former top ranked Wall Street analyst has all the details.

9:32-9:58a ET – Dr Lauren Wright – What is America actually learning from the Impeachment hearings and the Democratic debates?  The Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer in Politics and Public Affairs at Princeton University discusses.

 
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10:06-10:29a – Robert Mann – Professor and Manship Chair in Journalism at Louisiana State University talks about his new book, Becoming Ronald Reagan: The Rise of a Conservative Icon.

10:32-10:42a ET – Dr Ken Redcross – No one wants to come down with the flu when you are far from home, or anytime for that matter. The first key is to avoid situations that might literally make you sick. He’s one of the top concierge doctors in the nation and he’s sharing his top winter wellness tips.

10:46-10:58a ET – Steve Evans – Live from the Movie Capitol of the World, The Movie Guy reports on the Box Office Winners and coming attractions.

 

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11:06-11:29a ET – Michael Rubin – Resident Scholar with AEI and former Pentagon Official analyzes the plus/minus of Iran, How our allies and enemies are reacting, plus The War Powers Act, does it need revising?

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11:32-11:58a ET – Laura McKowan – In her new book, We Are the Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life, the former public relations executive flips the script on how we talk about addiction and encourages readers not to ask, “Is this bad enough that I have to change?” but rather, “Is this good enough for me to stay the same?”

 

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