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Monday, February 11

Posted By: Todd Meyer http://www.wibc.com/garrison/ · 2/8/2013 12:00:00 PM

Monday, February 11

Recap: Derek Redelman, Vice President, Education and Workforce Development Policy for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce looked at the latest from the state house in terms of job growth and funding education. U.S. Rep. Luke Messer (IN-6) talked about the decisions coming up for the House GOP in terms of sequestration and spending. U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita (IN-4) also discussed the fiscal mess in Washington and what choices are ahead for the GOP. Indiana State Senator Mike Young (R-35) briefly dicussed the bond issue for IMS that he is sponsoring in the Indiana Senate. Gary Hofmeister talked all things political both state and federally.


Tuesday, February 12 
 

Recap: Indiana State Senator Mike Young (R-35) went into more detail on his bill that would float a bond proposal for IMS. John Nolte, Editor-in-Chief of Big Hollywood looked at the media sleaze surrounding the Pope's resignation and bootlicking around the president. Mike Flynn, Editor-in-Chief of Big Government discussed the coordination between the media and the administration on setting the narrative. Joel B. Pollak, Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart.com talked about the North Korean nuclear test - the president's '08 campaign promise to reduce their nuclear capacity. Christian Toto, Assistant Editor of Big Hollywood took a look at the Grammy's and a recent piece on the difficulty of working with Chevy Chase. Larry O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart.tv discussed the Dr. Ben Carson smackdown of the president on health care. Alex Marlow, Managing Editor of Breitbart.com talked about the latest new features on Breitbart - "the conversation" and sports.

 
Wednesday, February 13

Recap: Jed Babbin, Contributing Editor at The American Spectator discussed the SOTU speech and what he believed was a weak GOP response. Michael Ledeen, Freedom Scholar at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and a contributor at PJ Media talked about how the conservatives no longer know how to fight. 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 kingly decrees given by the president regarding global warming. David Horowitz, Founder and Publisher of FrontPageMag.com went over the list of lies in the #SOTU speech. Victor Davis Hanson, the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Residence in Classics and Military History at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and a contributor at PJ Media talked about how the #SOTU speech was typical boiler plate from the president. Frank Gaffney, Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy discussed the Dick Lugar speech at Duke praising Chuck Hagel and denouncing cable news, talk radio and think tanks.


Thursday, February 14 

Recap: Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard talked budget, public safety and mass transit. Indiana Governor Mike Pence discussed his proposal to cut income taxes. Marc Morano, Founder of Climate Depot looked at the lies spewed in the SOTU regarding global warming. Rich Noyes, Media Research Center talked about the media bias from Wolf Blitzer and David Gregory. Robert Woodson, Sr., Founder and President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise discussed the need for people and events to trigger reform in our inner cities. 


Friday, February 15

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