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Fear of Coronavirus, Rather Than Virus Itself, Hits Economies Fear of Coronavirus, Rather Than Virus Itself, Hits Economies
Wed, February, 26, 2020
Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal explains how fear of the coronavirus is hitting economies.
In Cold War travels, Bernie Sanders found much to admire behind enemy lines. Now that's a problem for his campaign. In Cold War travels, Bernie Sanders found much to admire behind enemy lines. Now that's a problem for his campaign.
Wed, February, 26, 2020
Bernie Sanders has found much to admire about certain dictators. Griffe Witte from the Washington Post and Gordon Deal discuss how this is affecting his campaign.
It's really difficult this year': Democrats still undecided ahead of South Carolina primary It's really difficult this year': Democrats still undecided ahead of South Carolina primary
Wed, February, 26, 2020
Democratic voters are having a hard time finding a candidate to identify with. Donna Isbell Walker from the Greenville News joins us with the story.
2020 Democratic presidential primary hopefuls take aim at red Texas as Super Tuesday looms 2020 Democratic presidential primary hopefuls take aim at red Texas as Super Tuesday looms
Tue, February, 25, 2020
Despite being historically red Democrats are hoping to flip the state of Texas. Rick Jervis from USA Today gives us a look.
Outstanding auto-loan balances just hit a new record and delinquencies are on the rise - should you be concerned? Outstanding auto-loan balances just hit a new record and delinquencies are on the rise - should you be concerned?
Tue, February, 25, 2020
Elisabeth Buchwald from MarketWatch takes a look at why auto-loan delinquencies are on the rise.
How the Drug Lobby Lost Its Mojo in Washington How the Drug Lobby Lost Its Mojo in Washington
Tue, February, 25, 2020
The powerful drug lobby might be losing its hold in Washington. Brody Mullins from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why are eight million Americans crowdfunding their healthcare? Why are eight million Americans crowdfunding their healthcare?
Tue, February, 25, 2020
Seth Denson from GDP Advisors and Gordon Deal discuss the problems many Americans are running into when it comes to healthcare coverage.
Why the Coronavirus Seems to Hit Men Harder Than Women Why the Coronavirus Seems to Hit Men Harder Than Women
Mon, February, 24, 2020
Roni Caryn Rabin from the New York Times breaks down some of the numbers coming out about the coronavirus.
Trump and Obama are both wrong about the economy Trump and Obama are both wrong about the economy
Mon, February, 24, 2020
Who's responsible for today's economy, President Trump and President Obama? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance says it neither.
Why Philadelphia Could Help Decide the 2020 Election Why Philadelphia Could Help Decide the 2020 Election
Mon, February, 24, 2020
Scott Calvert from the Wall Street Journal explains why cities like Philadelphia will be important during the 2020 election.
How does the combative Nevada debate change the 2020 race? How does the combative Nevada debate change the 2020 race?
Fri, February, 21, 2020
Did the latest Democratic debate change the 2020 race? Democratic Strategist Kendall Scudder and Gordon Deal discuss.
What happened to winter? And where's the polar vortex? What happened to winter? And where's the polar vortex?
Fri, February, 21, 2020
What happened to winter? Doyle Rice from USA Today has the story.
How the Astros and MLB made a PR disaster out of the sign-stealing scandal How the Astros and MLB made a PR disaster out of the sign-stealing scandal
Fri, February, 21, 2020
PR expert Al DiGuido explains how the Houston Astros made the sign-stealing scandal even worse.
What to expect from the Nevada debate What to expect from the Nevada debate
Wed, February, 19, 2020
Who will be the candidate to watch in tonight's Democratic debate? Gordon Deal and Branding Expert Eric Schiffer discuss.
Roger Stone hopes sentencing controversy bolsters his bid for retrial Roger Stone hopes sentencing controversy bolsters his bid for retrial
Wed, February, 19, 2020
Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times explains why Roger Stone isn't sweating the charges against him.
Inside the lawsuits that led to the BSA bankruptcy Inside the lawsuits that led to the BSA bankruptcy
Wed, February, 19, 2020
How will the Boy Scouts of America declaring bankruptcy affect pending lawsuits? Attorney Corey Stern joined us to discuss the topic.
Florida Voted to Give 1.4 Million Felons the Right to Vote. It Hasn't Gone Smoothly Florida Voted to Give 1.4 Million Felons the Right to Vote. It Hasn't Gone Smoothly
Tue, February, 18, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores takes a look at why giving 1.4 million felons the right to vote has not gone as planned in Florida.
Why some Democrats are worried Bernie Sanders could be unstoppable for the 2020 nomination Why some Democrats are worried Bernie Sanders could be unstoppable for the 2020 nomination
Tue, February, 18, 2020
Maureen Groppe from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss why some Democrats are worried that Bernie Sanders can't be stopped.
'Too far': Zeal for criminal justice reform sparks serious crime waves 'Too far': Zeal for criminal justice reform sparks serious crime waves
Tue, February, 18, 2020
How far is too far when it comes to criminal justice reform? James Varney from the Washington Times takes us behind the statistics.
This Southern Town Was Growing So Fast, It Passed a Ban on Growth This Southern Town Was Growing So Fast, It Passed a Ban on Growth
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Valerie Bauerlein of The Wall Street Journal explains why the small southern town of Lake Wylie, South Carolina has banned new construction for 16 months.
Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Brett Murphy from USA Today examines the battles between election officials and Facebook over the social media platform's unwillingness to remove false information from its site.
How Elizabeth Warren stumbled in New Hampshire and her plan for 'the long haul' How Elizabeth Warren stumbled in New Hampshire and her plan for 'the long haul'
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Joey Garrison from USA Today previews Elizabeth Warren's plans to rebound in the Democratic primaries after earning just nine percent of the vote in New Hampshire.
WEEKEND PREVIEW - Rutgers Is Actually Good at Basketball. No, Really WEEKEND PREVIEW - Rutgers Is Actually Good at Basketball. No, Really
Fri, February, 14, 2020
Laine Higgins from the Wall Street Journal and college basketball superfan Jennifer Kushinka take a deep dive into how Rutgers turned around its basketball team.
Bernie Sanders is the front-runner-but a weak one Bernie Sanders is the front-runner-but a weak one
Fri, February, 14, 2020
National Journal's Josh Kraushaar has a look at how Democrats plan to deal with having a weak front runner.
Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane
Fri, February, 14, 2020
Moderate Democrats are not sure what to do with a front running Bernie Sanders. Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal has the story.