Thursday’s 1/23/20 BML Show Summary for SM Release

Just How Good Is The China Deal? Federal Spending Hitting Record Highs and How Her Husband Was Killed In A Gun Free Zone

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

9:06-9:29a ET- Dr Michael Busler– Just how good is the new China trade deal? Coupled with the USMCA and other trade deals, how will all this fare for Trump’s American First policy? The public policy analyst, and economics professor says, forget conventional wisdom.

9:32-9:42a ET-Jason Pye– The recent reports are showing that federal spending hit record highs in the first few months of the current fiscal year. VP of legislative affairs at FreedomWorks reports

9:46-9:58a ET-Nikki Goeser– Stalked And Defenseless: How Gun Control Helped My Stalker Murder My Husband in Front of Me. The book’s author details how gun control laws resulted in her husband being shot and killed in front of her in a Gun Free Zone.

10:06-10:29a- Kyle Drennen We’re talking IMPEACHMENT COVERAGE from Schiff Twisting Evidence; CNN seeing Dems as ‘Very Smart’ and the latest on the Bloomberg Ad Campaign shift.  The senior analyst with MRC has all the details.

10:32-10:42a ET- Nik Miles– Shopping for a car can be one of the most anxiety-producing financial tasks that many people will ever tackle. Automotive Expert; TV and Radio Host; President of the Northwest Automotive Press Association is sharing the latest shopping tips for the great deals of 2020.

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.

11:06-11:29a ET- Tom Satterly– The author of the new book, All Secure: A Special Operations Soldier’s Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront. It’s part his journey into a world so dark and dangerous that most Americans can’t contemplate its existence.

11:32-11:58a ET- Michael Fischer– Community advocate and President of New York’s-Central Park South Civic Association, discusses the crisis-level homeless epidemic, that has eclipsed 61,000 New Yorkers homeless – the highest number since America’s Great Depression.

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