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Internet companies courting conservatives while cracking down on content Internet companies courting conservatives while cracking down on content
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Internet companies are trying to slowly work their way back into the good graces of conservatives. Ryan Lovelace from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001 There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Jo Ciavaglia from the Bucks County Courier Times and Gordon Deal discuss attempts to prevent the rare but sometimes fatal mistake of weapon confusion.
Brooklyn Center mayor in the spotlight after Daunte Wright shooting Brooklyn Center mayor in the spotlight after Daunte Wright shooting
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott has been thrust into the spotlight after the shooting of Daunte Wright. Nick Halter from Axios has the story.
Inoculation freebies like gift cards, Krispy Kreme donuts: Are they a good or bad way to encourage shots? Inoculation freebies like gift cards, Krispy Kreme donuts: Are they a good or bad way to encourage shots?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Could businesses follow Krispy Kreme and start offering incentives to people who get the pandemic shot? Nathan Bomey from USA Today takes us behind the headline.
What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight? What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Paul Seegert, Managing Partner at PCS Advisors, and Gordon Deal discuss what the Johnson & Johnson pause could mean for the fight against the global pandemic.
What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause? What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Will the recent negative press surrounding Johnson & Johnson's pandemic shot make it harder to convince those on the fence? Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli joins us with a look.
'January 6 changed everything': Will Capitol riots mark a return to fortress policing? 'January 6 changed everything': Will Capitol riots mark a return to fortress policing?
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Kevin Johnson from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss how policing could change after the Capitol riot.
Roads, bridges ... and caregivers? Why Biden is pushing a 'radical shift' to redefine infrastructure Roads, bridges ... and caregivers? Why Biden is pushing a 'radical shift' to redefine infrastructure
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Redefining infrastructure is part of the latest plan proposed by the White House. Joey Garrison from USA Today has the story.
Biden's infrastructure plan heads for the Senate shredder Biden's infrastructure plan heads for the Senate shredder
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Megan Casella from POLITICO gives us a look at what could be excised from Joe Biden's infrastructure plan.
The futility of taxing big business The futility of taxing big business
Mon, April, 12, 2021
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance and Gordon Deal discuss how big business always manages to stay one step ahead of the tax code.
How Georgia's new voting law compares to other states How Georgia's new voting law compares to other states
Mon, April, 12, 2021
Sarah Westwood from the Washington Examiner explains why everyone is wrong about Georgia's new voting laws.
Why infrastructure solutions need to be bipartisan Why infrastructure solutions need to be bipartisan
Mon, April, 12, 2021
Gordon Deal talks with Rep. Sam Graves(R-MO) about the infrastructure plan and the problems at the southern border.
We're Apollo 13-ing this rollout We're Apollo 13-ing this rollout
Fri, April, 9, 2021
Aleszu Bajak from USA Today and Gordon deal discuss how the pandemic inoculations were pulled off.
Is Biden's infrastructure plan too much, and too little on actual infrastructure? Is Biden's infrastructure plan too much, and too little on actual infrastructure?
Fri, April, 9, 2021
Gordon Deal has a conversation with Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-SD) about guns, the Biden infrastructure plan, and immigration.
Your Pandemic Haircut Is a Hot Mess. Your Barber Is Thrilled Your Pandemic Haircut Is a Hot Mess. Your Barber Is Thrilled
Thu, April, 8, 2021
After ignoring self-care during the pandemic, people are slowly returning to their barbers and waxers. Rachel Ensign from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
Pandemic survivors look to turn grief into lobbying clout Pandemic survivors look to turn grief into lobbying clout
Thu, April, 8, 2021
Alice Miranda Ollstein from POLITICO explains how survivors of the pandemic are turning grief into political clout.
Calls Grow to Abandon Regulations Eased Under the Pandemic (Hello, Cocktails to Go) Calls Grow to Abandon Regulations Eased Under the Pandemic (Hello, Cocktails to Go)
Thu, April, 8, 2021
Calls are growing to abandon regulations eased under the pandemic. Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
How to take advantage of an accelerating jobs market How to take advantage of an accelerating jobs market
Wed, April, 7, 2021
Jackie Ducci from Ducci Associates and Gordon Deal discuss some tips on how to take advantage of the accelerating jobs market.
China Looms Large in Biden Infrastructure Plan China Looms Large in Biden Infrastructure Plan
Wed, April, 7, 2021
Dealing with China is a large part of President Biden's infrastructure plan. Jerry Seib from Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
War over voting laws further corrodes trust in election War over voting laws further corrodes trust in election
Wed, April, 7, 2021
Brett Samuels from The Hill explains how the fight over Georgia's new voting laws is further corroding trust in our elections.
License-Plate Scans Aid Crime-Solving but Spur Little Privacy Debate License-Plate Scans Aid Crime-Solving but Spur Little Privacy Debate
Tue, April, 6, 2021
License-plate scanners are collecting an immense amount of data. Byron Tau from Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how that information is being used.
'Can't wait for Jesus to come fix this': New Capitol attack reveals security gaps, depleted police force 'Can't wait for Jesus to come fix this': New Capitol attack reveals security gaps, depleted police force
Tue, April, 6, 2021
The latest attack on the Capitol revealed gaps in security. Bart Jansen from USA Today gives us a look.
The next phase of Biden's presidency will be harder - and riskier The next phase of Biden's presidency will be harder - and riskier
Tue, April, 6, 2021
Dan Balz from the Washington Post breaks down why President Joe Biden is heading into a riskier phase of his presidency.
Biden's plan for reelection freezes Democratic field Biden's plan for reelection freezes Democratic field
Mon, April, 5, 2021
Joe Biden's plan to run for reelection could mean a late start to the primary process for Democratic candidates if he changes his mind by 2024.
The deadline is approaching for Joe Biden to decide on Afghanistan The deadline is approaching for Joe Biden to decide on Afghanistan
Mon, April, 5, 2021
President Biden must decide by May 1st whether or not to pull all forces out of Afghanistan, a deal that was struck by former President Trump and the Taliban.