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1/5/18

SUBJECTS: DOJ and FBI now forced to hand over all Russian-probe related documents to Congress that are free of redaction – what might we finally learn about bad-faith investigators driven by political bias at these two entities? //Justice Department is now investigating the Clinton Foundation over accusations of providing political favors in exchange for monies to its operations – what can we expect? //Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley announces hard proof that (after being fired) former FBI Director James Comey leaked at least one classified document to a friend, Columbia University Professor Daniel Richman – what’s next? //And we’ll talk a bit about the ongoing self-inflicted demise of former Trump advisor, Steve Bannon Listen Live: http://goo.gl/WEVR66 Share us...

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1/4/18

SUBJECTS: ABC’s Martha Raddatz claims First Amendment only protects press, not speech, in her attacks on Trump for his criticisms of false reporting. //FBI facing intense scrutiny as Inspector General and Congressional Investigators uncover more on biased handling of Clinton email probe. //According to the Commerce Department: federal employees’ average pay package is 76% higher than the private sector while they’re 100% less accountable for job performance- how can we remedy these inequities? Listen Live: http://goo.gl/WEVR66 Share us...

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1/3/18

SUBJECTS: Congressional investigators report discovering major irregularities-of-bias at the FBI during its kid-glove investigation of Clinton’s email security violations last year – so what’s next? //Mainstream media incoherently says that attacking the press is tantamount to attacking the First Amendment – how is utilizing our First Amendment right to attack any industry now an attack on the very right that allows for it? Listen Live: http://goo.gl/WEVR66 Share us...

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1/2/18

SUBJECTS: ABC’s “This Week” host Martha Raddatz equates Trump’s attacks on the media as an attack on the First Amendment – is she correct, or functionally illiterate? //How sobering for Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation will be the Inspector General’s investigation into the FBI’s and DOJ’s behavior when investigating Clinton’s email security violations? //Federal employees’ average pay package is 76% higher than the private sector (according to the Commerce Dept’s BEA); also, a 1985 SCOTUS decision makes them all dramatically less accountable for incompetence – how can we remedy these inequities? Listen Live: http://goo.gl/WEVR66 Share us...

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12/22/17

SUBJECTS: The highs and lows of 2017, eg. travel ban, corrupted Trump-Russia investigation, U.S. moving its Israeli embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, and tax bill battles Listen Live: http://goo.gl/WEVR66 Share us...

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