Jeff Wiggins, Steve Gruber checks in with a weather report

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines

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Michelle Owens, #MeToo - Just a status now?

November 16, 2018

Michelle Owens, Attorney / Spokesperson for Stop Abusive & Violent Environments (SAVE)

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Jeff Wiggins, Changing the name of Ben Carson’s School

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines and news

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Jeff Wiggins, Colleges stifling students on certain positions when it comes to different views

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines

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Jessica Ditto, Today, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross released the following statement on the new 4 year contract ratified yesterday by U.S. Steel and United Steelworkers

November 16, 2018

Jessica Ditto, White House Deputy Director of Communications, United Steel Workers Ratification of New Contract with US Steel - Today, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross released the following statement on the new 4 year contract ratified yesterday by U.S. Steel and United Steelworkers

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Roslyn Layton, There’s a Senate Hearing today to nominate Bernard McNamee to fill the open seat on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

November 16, 2018

Roslyn Layton, part of Trump FCC transition team, international internet policy expert and a former Silicon Valley digital marking manager for global companie. There’s a Senate Hearing today to nominate Bernard McNamee to fill the open seat on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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Bryan Riley, Trump’s Nafta Plan Could Be Upended by Democrats’ House Takeover

November 16, 2018

Bryan Riley, Director of NTU’s(National Taxpayers Union) newly minted Free Trade Initiative. Trump’s Nafta Plan Could Be Upended by Democrats’ House Takeover

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Jeff Wiggins, Still not getting fixed in Florida, since 2000?

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines

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Rachel Bovard, Democratic gains in the House of Representatives last Tuesday, Election Day outcomes were far from the big blue wave that liberals promised.

November 16, 2018

Rachel Bovard, Conservative Partnership’s Senior Policy Director. Democratic gains in the House of Representatives last Tuesday, Election Day outcomes were far from the big blue wave that liberals promised. Though the media are loath to admit it, Democrats underperformed on Tuesday, and Republicans did better (far better, in some cases) than expected, limiting their House losses while gaining up to four seats in the Senate. The overall takeaway here is clear: wishing (and rioting, protesting, marching, running people out of restaurants, threatening violence, generally being indecent) doesn’t make it so. Progressive values still aren’t cutting it, particularly in red states and middle America.

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Marie Fishpaw, Last week’s election results show that health care is still a top concern for many Americans.

November 16, 2018

Marie Fishpaw, director of domestic policy studies at The Heritage Foundation's Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity. Last week’s election results show that health care is still a top concern for many Americans. Members of Congress must now decide how to move forward. Their task: providing a coherent answer to our national anxiety over health care.

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Jeff Wiggins, Deja Vu in Florida

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines

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Jeff Wiggins, The “Florida Recount” is nothing new

November 16, 2018

Guest host Jeff Wiggins discusses news and headlines.

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Steve Gruber, Headline News

November 14, 2018

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines

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Dan Kildee, Won his bid for reelection.

November 14, 2018

Congressman Dan Kildee, representing Michigan's 5th congressional district. Won his bid for reelection.

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Ron VanTimmeren, What’s new at the movies?

November 14, 2018

Ron VanTimmeren, Celebration Cinemas. What’s new at the movies?

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