August 15, 2019

 
 

 

Democratic Field Starting to Shrink, Justice After Epstein? And GOP Lawmaker Talks Trump Coup 

 

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

 

9:06-9:28a ET – Bob Beauprez – The Democratic Field is starting to reduce their numbers.  Who will be the last man/woman standing?  And when congress gets back, will anything come about for gun control advocates?  The former Colorado congressman and businessman talks

9:32-9:58a ET – Megan Barth – Will there be justice after Epstein?  Planned Parenthood to realize a 60 Million cut, and GOP lawmaker talks Trump coup.  The co-chair of RedWave America PAC and The Media Equality Project reports

 

10:06-10:29a – Karen Javitch – Many The World Over Still Miss And Adore Princess Diana, Now Celebrate Her Amazing Life With Princess Diana: The Musical.  The award-winning creator and song-writer of the musical is here to share.

10:32-10:42a ET – Steve Moore – Allowing U.S. energy companies to operate in Venezuela is critical to regional economic and national security and an benefit to post-Maduro Venezuela, writes the economist and author of Trumponomics

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 – Sara Carter – Everyday, there’s new information regarding the orchestration of a coup by the intelligence community in concert with Obama higher ups.  National and international award-winning Investigative reporter, Fellow with The Independent Women’s Forum and Fox News Contributor shares the latest. 

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11:32-11:58a ET – Scott Johnston – Is PC culture running amok on college campuses and ruining our institutions of higher learning?  Former Yale graduate and author of the hilarious new novel, CAMPUSLAND lampoons today’s colleges and explores how cultural rules are changing faster than ever at universities across the country.

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