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Rob Kendall and Abdul discuss backlash over a report that housing the Colts in Westfield will cost taxpayers $1.1 million. Abdul: At the end of the day, are you breaking even or making money on the deal? And it looks like the City of Westfield will spend $1.1 million over three...
Rob Kendall and Abdul square off over hate crimes after an act of vandalism in Carmel. Kendall: Vice President, Congress People, Senators, State Sentors, everybody calling these people and just this outcry over it. Homicides happen in this city every day, again not to demean...
An Indiana abortion law again being struck down prompts Rob Kendall and Abdul to have a spirited debate on what constitues "undue burden." Kendall: So how are you going to tell me that it is not an undue burden on that life to literally get sucked out of the womb, but it is an...
Rob Kendall and Abdul discuss more disaster for Facebook, which saw it lose more value than any company ever in one day. Abdul: Let's kind of keep this in perspective. Now, if we start seeing what we saw 18 years ago, with, anybody remember PetSmart.com, and all the rest of...
Dr. Scott Strong joins Rob Kendall to discuss how President Trump's greatest impact could be the judges he appoints. Strong: There are 890 Federal Judgeships. And of that, 16 of the last 24 years, 58 percent of all the sitting judges are from the Democrat Presidents versus 42...
Rob Kendall asserts that a new Morning Consult poll could spell trouble for Senator Joe Donnelly. Kendall: And if someone disapproves of the job you're doing, unless you're just running against a really bad, bad candidate with all sorts of baggage, which Mike Braun seemingly isn...
Dr. Scott Strong joins Rob Kendall to explain why predictive patterns could spell bad news for Joe Donnelly and Democrats in 2018. Strong: I know this is going to shock a lot of people. I'm looking to see, the probability is there is a nine seat pickup at the Senate level. 9...
Carl Brizzi joins Rob Kendall to discuss a Special Prosecutor being named in the investigation of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. Brizzi: Well, I think what we're telling the public is that butt grabbing by a high profile, African American Attorney General who may not get...
Rob Kendall and Abdul discuss Indy Mayor Joe Hogsett refusing to commit to running for a second term. Abdul: I think the Mayor's race is probably more competitive than Republicans thought it would be and that Joe Hogsett wishes it could be. Photo Credit: CO Archive/Getty Images