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VIDEO: Ebola Politics

VIDEO: Beijing Betrays Hong Kong

By Host on October 16, 2014
Wednesday  15 October  2014 / Hour 2, Block A: Mike Davis, University of Hong Kong Law School, in re:  Hong Kong protests.  Protestors fairly dug in; the reported beating of an innocent protestor by the police reignited public passions Dunn  if the govt will keep making these missteps, At an...

VIDEO: Banning Books

By Host on October 15, 2014
Wednesday  15 October  2014 / Hour 1, Block A: Arthur Waldron,  Lauder Professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania, in re: Most recent report is the that Hong Kong police beat up a protestor; hitherto, they were admired for their mild behavior, Now we see that four...

VIDEO: Price of Oil

By Host on October 15, 2014
Tuesday  14 October  2014 / Hour 1, Block A: Mark Warshawsky, WSJ, in re: LK:  Lower costs at the gas pumps are uniformly good for everyone but the suppliers.  Some people say our economy is crumbling and hiring will diminish. Fracking is an economic miracle: we’re the largest liquid producer in...

VIDEO: North Carolina's Big Ad Buy

By Host on October 13, 2014
Monday  13 October  2014  / Hour 2, Block B: David M Drucker, Washington Examiner Senior Congressional correspondent, & John Fund, National Review Online, in re:   Iowa - Joni Ernst (Republican): Ernst picks up a 3-pt lead today. She's a military veteran, is a female – helps esp vs Braley...

VIDEO: Taking the Senate

By Host on October 10, 2014
Thursday  9 October  2014 / Hour 1, Block A: David M Drucker, Washington Examiner Senior Congressional correspondent, in re:  South Dakota; lots of adults remember Larry Pressler as a good Republican . . . Democrats, smelling blood, promise to put in $1mil.  . .  . EB5 visa issue – been attacked...

VIDEO: Democracy in Asia

By Host on October 9, 2014
Wednesday  8 October  2014 / Hour 1, Block A: Phelim Kine, deputy director in Human Rights Watch's Asia Division, in re:  the Hong Kong protests.