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Dick Morris – Trump DOJ Special counsel charges HRC lawyer Sussmann

Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez – “Less is More” relieves pressure on Rikers Island prison.

Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – Foreign policy report from around the world.. China, Afghanistan, Korea.

Erin King Sweeney – East Hampton airport under fire. Possible closure.

Peter Michalos MD – Covid report. To “booster” or not to “booster”.

Admiral James Stavridis – Australia, Britain, and US… nuclear subs down under.

GOP leader Kevin McCarthy – All focus on midterm elections. Republicans back in power.

Steve Moore – Forms committee to stop President Biden’s infrastructure bill.

Larry Kudlow – Inflation here to stay? National debt out of control.

GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel – The Country will soon return to Republican control, House, Senate, White House.

Dr. William Schneider – China is taking aggressive steps.

Peter Michalos, MD – 9/11 illnesses continue to take a toll on first responders.

Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly – Policing changed after 9/11. Stepped-up surveillance.

Gordon Chang – China is moving to Afghanistan. Funding. Taking airport.

Steve Moore – Inflation is turning out to be not so transitory.

Frank Morano – Alternative “truths” about 9/11

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