January 17, 2020

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Does The Dream Still Live?  Remembering MLK, A Historical Perspective On Impeachment, & Guilt By Accusation, you Could Be Next

3 Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads

9:06-9:29a ET – Bruce Kauffmann – Does The Dream Still Live?  Remembering MLK, and a historical perspective on Impeachment.  The award-winning syndicated columnist, historian, author and speaker shares.


9:32-9:58a ET – Alan Dershowitz – Guilt By Accusation”- New York Times bestselling author and one of America’s most respected legal scholars, proves—with incontrovertible evidence—that he is entirely innocent of the sexual misconduct accusations against him, while suggesting a roadmap for how such allegations should truly be handled in a just society. 


10:06-10:29a – John Zmirak – As we come up to the holiday commemorating Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., we need to see with clear eyes what he achieved, and what it meant. The senior editor at Stream.org offers some clear insight into the topics especially about the False Religion of Anti-Racism.

10:32-10:42a ET – Michael Pack – Justice Thomas Criticizes Biden and ’91 Confirmation Hearing in Upcoming Documentary.  The movie’s producer talks about Created Equal, Clarence Thomas In His Own Words, opening in select theatres January 31st.

10:46-10:58a ET – Greg Smalley – Is the number one issue for married couples, a Lack of Sex? Here to discuss is the vice president of Marriage and Family Formation at Focus on the Family.


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11:06-11:29a ET – Charles Davies – The author, independent journalist who started his career in journalism over 25 years ago and business owner discusses his new book, Getting Trump: How the Media is Hurting Itself Chasing The Donald.

11:32-11:58a ET – Mark Mills – Today’s global Cloud is society’s first foundationally new infrastructure in nearly a century. It is comprised of thousands of warehouse-scale computers and history’s biggest network of “information superhighways.” The senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute explains.


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