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Monday, October 15

Posted By: Todd Meyer http://www.wibc.com/garrison/ · 10/12/2012 12:00:00 PM

Monday, October 15

Recap: Herman Cain, CEO of Cain Solutions Revolution talked about his upcoming event in Indy and the winding down of the national campaign. U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita (IN-4) looked at last week's V.P. debate. U.S. Rep. Todd Young (IN-9) talked about his congressional race and the upcoming Indiana Senate race. Ann Coulter, author of Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama discussed the upcoming POTUS debate and her belief that Mitt Romney will win the election.


Tuesday, October 16 - Big Tuesday 
    

Recap: U.S. Rep. Larry Bucshon (IN-8) discussed the Indiana Senate debate from the night before and the upcoming POTUS debate. Stephen Moore, Senior Economic Writer on the Editorial page for the Wall Street Journal and author of Who's the Fairest of Them All?: The Truth about Opportunity, Taxes, and Wealth in America looked at what Romney and Obama have to do in this evening's debate. John Nolte, Editor-in-Chief of Big Hollywood discussed the role of new media in this year's elections. Mike Flynn, Editor-in-Chief of Big Government talked about the women's vote in this election cycle. Joel B. Pollak, Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart.com dicussed HIllary Clinton's announcement of responsibility on Benghazi. Christian Toto, Assistant Editor of Big Hollywood looked at Romney's decision to blow off taping The View. Larry O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart.tv asked why we have journalists as moderators for debates. Alex Marlow, Managing Editor of Breitbart.com looked at what to expect from the second POTUS debate.

 
Wednesday, October 17

Recap: Jed Babbin, Contributing Editor at The American Spectator talked about the debate at Hofstra. 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 also discussed the debate and why people may be headed toward Romney. Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock, U.S. Senator Dan Coats (IN-R), U.S. Senator John McCain (AZ-R) and U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (SC-R) all made a surprise stop by the studio to discuss the Indiana Senate race. Frank Gaffney, Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy talked about the president's lies regarding Benghazi. Chris Horner, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and author of The Liberal War on Transparency: Confessions of a Freedom of Information "Criminal" discussed the debate and where Romney connected. David Horowitz, Founder and Publisher of FrontPageMag.com lamented the moderator picks in the debates. AWR Hawkins, columnist at Breitbart.com looked at the foreign policy aspectrs of the debate in Hofstra.


Thursday, October 18 

Recap: U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman (IN-3) talked about the various debates, poll numbers and the scandal surrounding Benghazi. Carlos May, GOP Candidate for the 7th Congressional District talkled about his numerous town hall meetings he has in the district. Rich Noyes, Media Research Center looked at thePOTUS polls and the democrat narrative through the media. Robert Woodson, Sr., Founder and President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise discussed his recently submitted article to the Wall Street Journal regarding the Black vote.


Friday, October 19

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