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Early Democratic Field Splits Into Two Tiers Early Democratic Field Splits Into Two Tiers
Tue, June, 25, 2019
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Ken Thomas tells Gordon how there are five clear frontrunners for the race to win the Democratic nomination for the 2020 presidential election.
Want a more diverse Congress? Bite the bullet and raise the pay Want a more diverse Congress? Bite the bullet and raise the pay
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as political columnist Patricia Murphy tells Gordon how paying members of Congress more than your average plumber can create more diversity within it.
The grim financial lesson children will learn from cashless Monopoly The grim financial lesson children will learn from cashless Monopoly
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as MarketWatch's Jacob Passy tells Gordon how Hasbro's decision to do away with money in its popular game, Monopoly, could teach future generations some bad financial lessons.
Iran has crossed a line - Here's how US can respond forcefully without starting a war Iran has crossed a line - Here's how US can respond forcefully without starting a war
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger tells Gordon how the U.S. should handle its relations with Iran.
Markets are still getting the Trump trade war wrong Markets are still getting the Trump trade war wrong
Fri, June, 21, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why the stock market is still getting the President's trade war wrong.
Can Trump run as an outsider? Can Trump run as an outsider?
Fri, June, 21, 2019
Niall Stanage from The Hill has a look at if President Trump can still position himself as an outsider in the 2020 race.
How to Step Back from the Brink with Iran How to Step Back from the Brink with Iran
Fri, June, 21, 2019
How should the U.S. react to Iran's provocation? Gordon Deal discusses with Harvard Kennedy School Professor Matthew Bunn.
How seriously should we take the Iran threat? How seriously should we take the Iran threat?
Wed, June, 19, 2019
Pennsylvania Congressman Guy Reschenthaler and Gordon Deal discuss the state of the Iran threat within the Strait of Hormuz.
Inside Donald Trump's Florida obsession Inside Donald Trump's Florida obsession
Wed, June, 19, 2019
Why is Florida so important to President Donald Trump? Marc Caputo from POLITICO gives us an inside look.
What does Trump need to do to win in 2020? What does Trump need to do to win in 2020?
Wed, June, 19, 2019
Is Donald Trump set up well for a 2020 victory? GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak joins us with what the President needs to do to win in 2020.
Supreme Court decisions could affect makeup of Congress for years Supreme Court decisions could affect makeup of Congress for years
Tue, June, 18, 2019
Todd Ruger from Roll Call explains how the latest Supreme Court decisions could affect the makeup of Congress for years.
U.S. Women's Soccer Games Out-Earned Men's Games U.S. Women's Soccer Games Out-Earned Men's Games
Tue, June, 18, 2019
Will the U.S. Women's soccer success help them with their gender-discrimination lawsuit? Rachel Bachman from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Supreme Court upholds 'double jeopardy' standard that could blunt impact of potential Trump pardons Supreme Court upholds 'double jeopardy' standard that could blunt impact of potential Trump pardons
Tue, June, 18, 2019
Richard Wolf from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss the Supreme Court decision that could blunt the impact of potential Trump pardons.
2020 Campaigns Remain Vulnerable as Signs of Russian Hackers Re-Emerge 2020 Campaigns Remain Vulnerable as Signs of Russian Hackers Re-Emerge
Mon, June, 17, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Dustin Volz says 2020 campaigns remain vulnerable to Russian hackers.
Bottoms up! The real reason well-educated people spend 9x more on booze Bottoms up! The real reason well-educated people spend 9x more on booze
Mon, June, 17, 2019
MarketWatch's Catey Hill takes a look at why well-educated people spend more money on booze.
Rant about World Cup goals if it makes you feel better, but U.S. women not listening Rant about World Cup goals if it makes you feel better, but U.S. women not listening
Mon, June, 17, 2019
The U.S. Women's soccer team doesn't care about your feelings. Nancy Armour from USA Today has the story.
The Fed Needs To Be the Adult in the Economy The Fed Needs To Be the Adult in the Economy
Mon, June, 17, 2019
Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss why the Fed needs to be the adult in the room.
The Impossible Burger Is Hot. Pity the Veggie Burger The Impossible Burger Is Hot. Pity the Veggie Burger
Fri, June, 14, 2019
The Impossible Burger revolution is over-shadowing the veggie burger. The Wall Street Journal's Heather Haddon joins us with the latest.
Some Republican Lawmakers Break With Party on Climate Change Some Republican Lawmakers Break With Party on Climate Change
Fri, June, 14, 2019
Some Republican lawmakers are breaking with the party on climate change. Arian Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Sarah Sanders leaving as White House press secretary, Trump hints she may run for Arkansas governor Sarah Sanders leaving as White House press secretary, Trump hints she may run for Arkansas governor
Fri, June, 14, 2019
John Fritze from USA Today gives us a look at the legacy left by outgoing press secretary Sarah Sanders.
It's folly to break up Amazon, Apple and Google It's folly to break up Amazon, Apple and Google
Wed, June, 12, 2019
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance details how a few Democratic presidential candidates want to break up Amazon, Apple and Google...and why that might be a bad idea.
Left-leaning lawmakers like Bernie Sanders want Americans to bank at the post office - why that won't help millions of people Left-leaning lawmakers like Bernie Sanders want Americans to bank at the post office - why that won't help millions of people
Wed, June, 12, 2019
MarketWatch reporter Jacob Passy talks about the calls from progressive lawmakers to establish a postal banking service and explains the arguments for and against the proposal.
The Interstate is Crumbling. Try Fixing the Section Used by 200,000 Vehicles a Day The Interstate is Crumbling. Try Fixing the Section Used by 200,000 Vehicles a Day
Wed, June, 12, 2019
Arian Campo-Flores explains to Gordon Deal the challenges of widening Interstate 4 in Orlando amongst heavy traffic.
Tariff Fight Reveals Republican Divisions in Up-for-Grabs Arizona Tariff Fight Reveals Republican Divisions in Up-for-Grabs Arizona
Wed, June, 12, 2019
New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel breaks down how the tariff fight hurts border states' economies and how Arizona Republicans are divided over the issue.
Lori Loughlin digs in - and 7 more surprises and takeaways in college admission scandal Lori Loughlin digs in - and 7 more surprises and takeaways in college admission scandal
Tue, June, 11, 2019
Joey Garrison of USA Today offers the latest in the college admission scandal surrounding Lori Loughlin.