Monday, September 24

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Monday, September 24

Recap: Carlos May, GOP Candidate for the 7th Congressional District, expressed his dismay with Representative Carson's inability to properly address the turmoil in Middle East. U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita (IN-4) discussed the Voter Registration Integrity Act and provided a solution to simplify the voting process. U.S. Rep. Todd Young (IN-9) analyzed a poll that revealed a fourteen point lead for Mitt Romney with voters from the middle class. Dinesh D'Souza, author of Obama's America: Unmaking the American Dream and writer and narrator of the movie 2016: Obama's America, discussed the roots of Barak Obama's suspected narcissism and insecurities.

Tuesday, September 25 - Big Tuesday 

Recap: Sue Ellspermann, GOP Candidate for Indiana Lt. Governor, promoted Right to Work and the state's dedication to developing non-traditional biofuels. Dr. Tony Bennett, State Superintendent of Public Instruction for the Indiana Department of Education, discussed his challenger in the upcoming election and defended his controversial policies that are intended to hold teachers accountable.  AWR Hawkins, columnist at, talked about the President's passiveness in allowing the Middle East to dictate U. S. foreign policy. Mike Flynn, Editor-in-Chief of Big Government, discussed Barak Obama's inability to hold himself accountable for his ineffective policy and attitude towards Israel. Joel B. Pollak, Editor-in-Chief of, criticized the President for not meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu and lauded the Prime Minister's efforts in asserting himself as a regional leader. John Nolte, Editor-in-Chief of Big Hollywood, described Hollywood's disconnect with Middle America. Larry O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief of, analyzed the President's U.N. speech Tuesday and questioned his unwillingness to define Ambassador Steven's assassination as a terrorist attack. Alex Marlow, Managing Editor of, pointed out the President's hypocrisy in asserting that more guards might have prevented Ambassador Steven's assassination. 

Wednesday, September 26

Reacap: Jed Babbin, Contributing Editor at The American Spectator dicussed the NFL Referee strike and the foreign policy debate for POTUS. Andrew C. McCarthy, Co-Chair at the Center for Law and Counterterrorism at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Senior Fellow at National Review Institute, contributor at PJ Media and author of
Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy looked at the possibility of the administration releasing the Blind Sheik to Egypt. Chris Horner, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and author of The Liberal War on Transparency: Confessions of a Freedom of Information "Criminal" talked about his book and the fact the administration will obstruct any attempt of gaining information thru FOIA's. Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock, U.S. Senator Dan Coats (IN-R), U.S. Senator John Cornyn (TX-R) and Sentor John Barrasso (WY-R) all discussed the Indiana Senate race, Obamacare, foreign policy and energy. Stephen Moore, Senior Economic Writer on the Editorial page for the Wall Street Journal weighed in on the polls and how they tend to be skewed toward the president.

Thursday, September 27 

Recap: U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman (IN-3) talked about the Farm bill and the chatter coming from Indiana democrats. Mark Steyn, author of After America: Get Ready For Armegeddon discussed the paper back release of his book, the crisis in the Middle East and the upcoming election. Rich Noyes, Media Research Center looked at the media's continued support of all things Obama and red herrings with the Romney campaign. Robert Woodson, Sr., Founder and President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise talked about less than enthusastic suppor for the president within the black community. 

Friday, September 28

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