November 8, 2018


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Market Responds to Mid-Terms, Will Dems Choose To Legislate? And Opioid Crisis/Porous Border 

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

9:06-9:28a ET – Liz Peek – Fox News contributor and former top ranked Wall Street analyst says the Market likes the Mid-Term results, plus what’s ahead for Trump post this election.

9:32-9:42a ET – Jordan Goodman – “America’s Money Answers Man” and a nationally recognized expert on personal finance discusses financial implications to Tuesday’s election

9:46-9:58a ET – Sara Carter – Fox News contributor and award winning investigative journalist, is unveiling a new documentary, Not in Vein (, which sheds light on America’s greatest national security threat: drug cartels, the opioid crisis, and America’s porous border.


10:06-10:29a ET – Dr John Lott – National Columnist and Top Selling Author, elaborates on the recent Synagogue shooting and gives his opinion on why it keeps happening.

10:32-10:42a ET – Ed Sandrick – Medicare Annual Election Period Has Begun; Setting the Record Straight About Common Medicare Misperceptions Impacting Veterans. Director of the Veterans Channel, Humana explains

10:46-10:58a ET – Steve Evans – Live from the Movie Capitol of the World, The Movie Guy reports on the Box Office Winners and coming attractions.


11:06-11:29a ET – Raheel Raza – Clarion Project Advisory Board member, a founding member of the Muslim Reformer Movement, and international human rights activist asks, Why Aren’t Muslim Nations Condemning the Khashoggi Affair?

11:32-11:42a ET – Council Nedd II – Co-chair of the Project 21 black leadership network, rector of St. Alban’s Anglican Church in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, and a Pennsylvania State Constable Why He Chooses To Pack A Pistol Inside His Own Parish

11:46-11:58a ET – Samantha Dutton – New Survey Finds Veterans Less Likely to Seek Mental Health Counseling than Active-Duty Military Members.  Retired Lt. Col and Program Director for University of Phoenix College of Humanities and Sciences shares the survey results


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