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What Are We Missing About The Coronavirus Risk To Americans? And Congressman Clyburn Exposes Pelosi And Dems Priorities…and It’s Not Everyday Americans Who Are Getting Fleeced Once Again. 

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

9:06-9:29a ET-Peter Pitts The coronavirus outbreak that originated in China could put the health of millions of Americans at risk — but not in the way most people imagine, says the former FDA associate commissioner.

9:32-9:58a ET- Megan Barth Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D., S.C.) told his fellow House Democrats last week that COVID-19, which has killed more than 17,000 people around the world and is threatening to leave the country in financial ruin, represented a “tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.” The co-chair of Red Wave America PAC and Founder and Proprietor of ReaganBabe.com reports

10:06-10:29a ET- John Zmirak Is the Coronavirus ‘Nature’s Revenge’? The senior editor at The Stream, and author or co-author of ten books, discusses.

10:32-10:42a ET- Tom Pyle Pelosi and Schumer still holding out for: carbon emission mandate for airlines, $1 billion “cash for clunker airplanes,” and expansive new tax credits for solar and wind. The president of the American Energy Alliance discusses the left’s priority of their green agenda over hurting Americans.

10:46-10:58a ET- Lisa Anderson When & How to Have Difficult Conversations in a Relationship.  The Director of Young Adults and Host of “The Boundless Show” explains the when and how.

*11:06-11:29a ET- Chris Farrell It started with a court order for Hillary Clinton to go under oath on her infamous emails, but everyone knew it wouldn’t be that easy.  Let’s bring on more Clinton Court Battles.  Plus, Judicial Watch announced it filed 2 FOIA lawsuits against the State Dept relating to Burisma Holdings. The Director of investigations and research for Judicial Watch has the latest.

11:32-11:58a ET- Kim Casey Cobb Don’t Fall Prey to Coronavirus Victimhood!  Speaking out is someone who knows more about victimhood than most. The author of “Stuck -A Way Out, who was once a victim herself, having been kidnapped who was one of the first children having her picture printed on the side of milk cartons.

 

 

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BRUCE KAUFFMANN: Coming soon! Bruce’s insight into history and how it fits into todays world.

  BRUCE G. KAUFFMANN is a historian, speaker and author, whose weekly history column, Bruce’s History Lessons, appears in newspapers nationwide. Written to be entertaining, informative and educational, the column covers both well-known and little known events in American and world history. Bruce also authors the political blog, Thinking Out Loud, in which he juxtaposes the laws and principles on which our country was founded with today’s current events and controversies. Bruce lectures extensively on

DAN PERKINS COMMENTARY: Hillary Is Not Too Big To Fail Nor Is She Too Big Not To Go Jail

Commentary: Hillary Is Not Too Big To Fail Nor Is She Too Big Not To Go Jail I was watching the head of the FBI, James B. Comey, make his announcement about the e-mail investigation conducted by his agency of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail server. To say that many people were shocked at the outcome would be an understatement. The Director basically rewrote the law by inserting language that was not in the law, in order

WILLIAM J. FEDERER

Anniversary of September 11th A Look Through History  William J. Federer  September 11, 2001, is the day Islamic terrorists attacked, and America has not been the same since. But did you know what other the major battles took place on September 11th? These battles against the expansionist Muslim Ottoman Turks saved Europe and extended the life of Western Civilization. What battles were they, and how are they similar to battles of today? – Battle of

Tale of Two Cities

By Bill Martinez                            If one picture is worth a million words, than what words and question result from considering the obvious comparisons of a devastated city in Japan versus a once prosperous city in America.  This again raises questions about our national welfare system, especially when you realize that this comparison is one of hundreds and thousands of comparative examples of how charity has evolved into a right and now an entitlement.   There is