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Mike Church supports Starbucks CEO’s right to ban guns

When Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz asked patrons not to carry firearms into Starbucks stores in states where it is otherwise legal to do so, the right criticized Schultz’s anti-gun stance and the left said his request is not enough. Or so … Continued

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Mike Church supports Starbucks CEO’s right to ban guns

When Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz asked patrons not to carry firearms into Starbucks stores in states where it is otherwise legal to do so, the right criticized Schultz’s anti-gun stance and the left said his request is not enough. Or so … Continued

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“I don’t believe people snap,” criminal analyst on Navy Yard shooting

We are all too familiar with the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting. First chaos, then identification, followed by an attempt to answer that all-too elusive question–especially when the attacker doesn’t survive–“Why?” While there are still no clear answers, Criminal … Continued

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“I don’t believe people snap,” criminal analyst on Navy Yard shooting

We are all too familiar with the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting. First chaos, then identification, followed by an attempt to answer that all-too elusive question–especially when the attacker doesn’t survive–“Why?” While there are still no clear answers, Criminal … Continued

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Russian expert breaks down Putin’s NYT op-ed piece

Russian and Eurasian scholar, and former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union Stephan Sestanovich isn’t so much criticizing Russian President Vladmir Putin’s New York Times op-ed discouraging U.S. military action in Syria, as he is Putin’s inability to put his … Continued

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Russian expert breaks down Putin’s NYT op-ed piece

Russian and Eurasian scholar, and former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union Stephan Sestanovich isn’t so much criticizing Russian President Vladmir Putin’s New York Times op-ed discouraging U.S. military action in Syria, as he is Putin’s inability to put his … Continued

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Why Anthony Bourdain supports military action in Syria

While the United States hems and haws over military action in Syria, chef, author and TV personality Anthony Bourdain made his stance clear on The Opie & Anthony Show. “If we bomb Syria, right, it’s completely against our national interests … Continued

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Why Anthony Bourdain supports military action in Syria

While the United States hems and haws over military action in Syria, chef, author and TV personality Anthony Bourdain made his stance clear on The Opie & Anthony Show. “If we bomb Syria, right, it’s completely against our national interests … Continued

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Is Rep. Alan Grayson winning the war against war?

Following President Obama’s speech about Syria, Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) spoke with with Ari Rabin-Havt on The Agenda about his campaign to prevent any military action in the tumultuous Middle Eastern country. Grayson, who has been called “The Democratic Congressman Who … Continued

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Is Rep. Alan Grayson winning the war against war?

Following President Obama’s speech about Syria, Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) spoke with with Ari Rabin-Havt on The Agenda about his campaign to prevent any military action in the tumultuous Middle Eastern country. Grayson, who has been called “The Democratic Congressman Who … Continued

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Andrea Mitchell: Until you meet Castro, you don’t understand Havana

For anyone who follows the news, Andrea Mitchell is a woman to be reckoned with, whether you like her or not. She’s traveled the world, challenging American and world leaders alike, not to mention her battle with breast cancer. When … Continued

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Andrea Mitchell: Until you meet Castro, you don’t understand Havana

For anyone who follows the news, Andrea Mitchell is a woman to be reckoned with, whether you like her or not. She’s traveled the world, challenging American and world leaders alike, not to mention her battle with breast cancer. When … Continued

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Police, politicians respond to stop-and-frisk ruling

A federal judge ruled Monday that the New York Police Department’s practice of stopping and frisking people suspected of criminal activity violated the Constitution by amounting to “indirect racial profiling” of young black and Hispanic men in disproportionate numbers. Stop-and-frisk … Continued

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Police, politicians respond to stop-and-frisk ruling

A federal judge ruled Monday that the New York Police Department’s practice of stopping and frisking people suspected of criminal activity violated the Constitution by amounting to “indirect racial profiling” of young black and Hispanic men in disproportionate numbers. Stop-and-frisk … Continued

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NYC mayoral candidate Bill Thompson: “We need to stop talking about Weiner”

As a candidate in New York’s mayoral race, Bill Thompson is happy to talk about education, affordable housing and jobs. What he doesn’t want to talk about is Anthony Weiner. The former city comptroller told Michelangelo Signorile on SiriusXM Progress … Continued

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NYC mayoral candidate Bill Thompson: “We need to stop talking about Weiner”

As a candidate in New York’s mayoral race, Bill Thompson is happy to talk about education, affordable housing and jobs. What he doesn’t want to talk about is Anthony Weiner. The former city comptroller told Michelangelo Signorile on SiriusXM Progress … Continued

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Affordable Care Act will benefit women the most, says Valerie Jarrett

As a senior adviser to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett is one of the most powerful women in Washington. But Jarrett, who chairs the White House Council on Women and Girls, took time out of her busy schedule to talk to … Continued

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Affordable Care Act will benefit women the most, says Valerie Jarrett

As a senior adviser to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett is one of the most powerful women in Washington. But Jarrett, who chairs the White House Council on Women and Girls, took time out of her busy schedule to talk to … Continued

MLB, Religion, Sports

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Adam Schein on Alex Rodriguez

The 211-game suspension levied by Major League Baseball on Alex Rodriguez is a story that has transcended sports. Case and point? Cardinal Timothy Dolan discussed the news on his program Tuesday on The Catholic Channel. “You know who I feel … Continued

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Adam Schein on Alex Rodriguez

The 211-game suspension levied by Major League Baseball on Alex Rodriguez is a story that has transcended sports. Case and point? Cardinal Timothy Dolan discussed the news on his program Tuesday on The Catholic Channel. “You know who I feel … Continued

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Was a fine enough punishment for Riley Cooper?

The Philadelphia Eagles fined Riley Cooper after a video surfaced of their wide receiver yelling a racial slur at security during a Kenny Chesney concert, but many football players and fans don’t think the punishment was enough. Philadelphia-based ESPN reporter … Continued

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Was a fine enough punishment for Riley Cooper?

The Philadelphia Eagles fined Riley Cooper after a video surfaced of their wide receiver yelling a racial slur at security during a Kenny Chesney concert, but many football players and fans don’t think the punishment was enough. Philadelphia-based ESPN reporter … Continued

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Opinion: The real threat behind American embassy closings

The State Department’s decision to close 22 embassies in the Middle East and North Africa in response to a threat from al Qaeda on Sunday has sparked a renewed discussion of terrorism in the region. Lawrence Korb, a senior fellow … Continued

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Opinion: The real threat behind American embassy closings

The State Department’s decision to close 22 embassies in the Middle East and North Africa in response to a threat from al Qaeda on Sunday has sparked a renewed discussion of terrorism in the region. Lawrence Korb, a senior fellow … Continued

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Middle East peace talks could lead to ‘conceptual breakthrough’

Peace talks between Israel and Palestine will resume this month, Secretary of State John Kerry announced last week. Last time the two states sat down in 2010, talks only lasted three weeks before breaking down. But this time around, Kerry … Continued

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Middle East peace talks could lead to ‘conceptual breakthrough’

Peace talks between Israel and Palestine will resume this month, Secretary of State John Kerry announced last week. Last time the two states sat down in 2010, talks only lasted three weeks before breaking down. But this time around, Kerry … Continued

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Trayvon Martin’s father talks life after a child’s death

Now that George Zimmerman’s trial is over, Trayvon Martin’s family has turned their attention to a different kind of justice: aid for the victims of violent crimes and their families. Through the Trayvon Martin Foundation, the Martin family hopes to … Continued

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Trayvon Martin’s father talks life after a child’s death

Now that George Zimmerman’s trial is over, Trayvon Martin’s family has turned their attention to a different kind of justice: aid for the victims of violent crimes and their families. Through the Trayvon Martin Foundation, the Martin family hopes to … Continued

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Joe Madison has some harsh advice for Nick Cannon

Nick Cannon may be used to talking to entertainers, but he’s pretty new at asking the tough questions. On his new podcast, NCredible Conversations, Cannon recently interviewed Ted Nugent, and things quickly got serious after the rocker supported profiling African … Continued

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Joe Madison has some harsh advice for Nick Cannon

Nick Cannon may be used to talking to entertainers, but he’s pretty new at asking the tough questions. On his new podcast, NCredible Conversations, Cannon recently interviewed Ted Nugent, and things quickly got serious after the rocker supported profiling African … Continued

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Cardinal Dolan calls in from World Youth Day in Rio

Catholics from all over the world flooded into Rio de Janeiro last week for World Youth Day, the celebration of the Catholic faith that takes place in a different city every three years. Among them was Timothy Cardinal Dolan, archbishop … Continued

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Cardinal Dolan calls in from World Youth Day in Rio

Catholics from all over the world flooded into Rio de Janeiro last week for World Youth Day, the celebration of the Catholic faith that takes place in a different city every three years. Among them was Timothy Cardinal Dolan, archbishop … Continued

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LISTEN: Should Detroit cut pensions to pay $19B debt?

Detroit filed for bankruptcy last Thursday, and tough decisions for the city’s leaders are likely just beginning. To reduce the city’s $19 billion debt, bankruptcy could lead to cutting pensions for 20,000 employees, a step that has been challenged by … Continued

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LISTEN: Should Detroit cut pensions to pay $19B debt?

Detroit filed for bankruptcy last Thursday, and tough decisions for the city’s leaders are likely just beginning. To reduce the city’s $19 billion debt, bankruptcy could lead to cutting pensions for 20,000 employees, a step that has been challenged by … Continued

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Black leaders respond to not guilty verdict in Trayvon Martin case

When a jury declared George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin on Saturday, the nation felt an all-too familiar schism that came after months of building pressure over two of the most contentious issues in America–race and … Continued

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Black leaders respond to not guilty verdict in Trayvon Martin case

When a jury declared George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin on Saturday, the nation felt an all-too familiar schism that came after months of building pressure over two of the most contentious issues in America–race and … Continued

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Alan Dershowitz on Zimmerman verdict: “Serious prosecutorial misconduct”

Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz took time from his vacation to talk with Michael Smerconish and give his view on the George Zimmerman case. Arguing that the charges were off from the beginning, Dershowitz was particularly critical of the prosecution. … Continued

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Alan Dershowitz on Zimmerman verdict: “Serious prosecutorial misconduct”

Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz took time from his vacation to talk with Michael Smerconish and give his view on the George Zimmerman case. Arguing that the charges were off from the beginning, Dershowitz was particularly critical of the prosecution. … Continued

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LISTEN: Will Obama’s trip revitalize U.S. engagement in Africa?

While Michelle Obama has been documenting the first family’s trip to Africa on Instagram, others at home have been analyzing the long-term implications of the president’s visit to the continent–his first since a one-day trip to Ghana in 2009. Todd … Continued

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LISTEN: Will Obama’s trip revitalize U.S. engagement in Africa?

While Michelle Obama has been documenting the first family’s trip to Africa on Instagram, others at home have been analyzing the long-term implications of the president’s visit to the continent–his first since a one-day trip to Ghana in 2009. Todd … Continued

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Pakistani report calls bin Laden raid an ‘act of war’

Last year, Zero Dark Thirty dramatized the U.S. mission to kill Osama bin Laden for the big screen. While the film detailed American efforts throughout the 10 years leading up to bin Laden’s death, the Pakistani side of the story … Continued

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Pakistani report calls bin Laden raid an ‘act of war’

Last year, Zero Dark Thirty dramatized the U.S. mission to kill Osama bin Laden for the big screen. While the film detailed American efforts throughout the 10 years leading up to bin Laden’s death, the Pakistani side of the story … Continued

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Congress faced with tough decisions on rising student loan interest rates

American students are taking on more and more debt to finish their educations, a crisis that some say could be as bad as–or worse than–the 2009 collapse of the housing bubble. And politicians are facing tough decisions to try to … Continued

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Congress faced with tough decisions on rising student loan interest rates

American students are taking on more and more debt to finish their educations, a crisis that some say could be as bad as–or worse than–the 2009 collapse of the housing bubble. And politicians are facing tough decisions to try to … Continued

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Former Sen. Olympia Snowe on what it was like being one of only nine women in the Senate

Throughout her forty years in public service, former Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) has stood up for equality and bipartisanship. But when Snowe served in the Senate, she was one of only nine female senators. On SiriusXM Leading Ladies with Julie … Continued

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Former Sen. Olympia Snowe on what it was like being one of only nine women in the Senate

Throughout her forty years in public service, former Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) has stood up for equality and bipartisanship. But when Snowe served in the Senate, she was one of only nine female senators. On SiriusXM Leading Ladies with Julie … Continued

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LISTEN: Lack of summer jobs affecting teen drop-out rates?

Halfway through the summer, many teens are still sitting around without anything to do. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris addressed the lack of summer jobs for youth with Joe Madison on SiriusXM Urban View. President Obama’s fiscal year 2014 budget … Continued

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LISTEN: Lack of summer jobs affecting teen drop-out rates?

Halfway through the summer, many teens are still sitting around without anything to do. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris addressed the lack of summer jobs for youth with Joe Madison on SiriusXM Urban View. President Obama’s fiscal year 2014 budget … Continued

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LISTEN: Mike Mularkey talks about Justin Blackmon

Former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey made an appearance on The SiriusXM Blitz Tuesday, and talked about the process of drafting players into the NFL with damaged reputations. Current Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon was one of the topics … Continued

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LISTEN: Mike Mularkey talks about Justin Blackmon

Former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey made an appearance on The SiriusXM Blitz Tuesday, and talked about the process of drafting players into the NFL with damaged reputations. Current Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon was one of the topics … Continued

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Dr. Robert Shapiro talks climate change with Tim Farley

Dr. Robert Shapiro, chairman and co-founder of Sonecon, talked about the politics and economics of climate change with Tim Farley Wednesday on SiriusXM’s POTUS. Shapiro gave insight on how to solve the problems of global warning and climate change. He … Continued

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Dr. Robert Shapiro talks climate change with Tim Farley

Dr. Robert Shapiro, chairman and co-founder of Sonecon, talked about the politics and economics of climate change with Tim Farley Wednesday on SiriusXM’s POTUS. Shapiro gave insight on how to solve the problems of global warning and climate change. He … Continued

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie discusses Rutgers basketball scandal

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined Chris Russo on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Radio Tuesday. Christie shared his opinion on former Rutgers University men’s basketball coach Mike Rice, who was fired after a video of him abusing his players at practice was … Continued

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie discusses Rutgers basketball scandal

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined Chris Russo on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Radio Tuesday. Christie shared his opinion on former Rutgers University men’s basketball coach Mike Rice, who was fired after a video of him abusing his players at practice was … Continued

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Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood avoids DOMA question

At the 2013 Aspen Ideas Festival, Pete Dominick asked United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). LaHood told Dominick he preferred not to talk about the Supreme Court ruling. … Continued

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Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood avoids DOMA question

At the 2013 Aspen Ideas Festival, Pete Dominick asked United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). LaHood told Dominick he preferred not to talk about the Supreme Court ruling. … Continued

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LISTEN: Are gay marriages more equal?

Just five days after the Supreme Court ruled against the Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8, the federal government has granted the first green cards based on same-sex marriages, while gay marriage ceremonies have already resumed in California. After … Continued

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LISTEN: Are gay marriages more equal?

Just five days after the Supreme Court ruled against the Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8, the federal government has granted the first green cards based on same-sex marriages, while gay marriage ceremonies have already resumed in California. After … Continued

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Ken Klukowski: Supreme Court took ‘modest’ approach on Voting Rights Act

Ken Klukowski was on The David Webb Show Tuesday and spoke about Chief Justice John Roberts’ Supreme Court decision on the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder. Klukowski discussed the the pre-clearance system created in the 1960s. Listen … Continued

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Ken Klukowski: Supreme Court took ‘modest’ approach on Voting Rights Act

Ken Klukowski was on The David Webb Show Tuesday and spoke about Chief Justice John Roberts’ Supreme Court decision on the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder. Klukowski discussed the the pre-clearance system created in the 1960s. Listen … Continued

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Politicians, scientists debate Obama’s climate action plan on POTUS Politics

What is “the most contentious issue of our times”? According to Penn State professor Michael Mann, it’s climate change. Mann, the author of The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines, sat down with Michael Smerconish on … Continued

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Politicians, scientists debate Obama’s climate action plan on POTUS Politics

What is “the most contentious issue of our times”? According to Penn State professor Michael Mann, it’s climate change. Mann, the author of The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines, sat down with Michael Smerconish on … Continued

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LISTEN: BuzzFeed’s Chris Geidner explains DOMA repeal

BuzzFeed senior political and legal reporter Chris Geidner talked about the Defensive of Marriage Act (DOMA) repeal with Julie Mason from SiriusXM’s POTUS Politics on Wednesday. Geidner explained what it means now that Section 3 of DOMA was struck down. Listen … Continued

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LISTEN: BuzzFeed’s Chris Geidner explains DOMA repeal

BuzzFeed senior political and legal reporter Chris Geidner talked about the Defensive of Marriage Act (DOMA) repeal with Julie Mason from SiriusXM’s POTUS Politics on Wednesday. Geidner explained what it means now that Section 3 of DOMA was struck down. Listen … Continued

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SPECIAL REPORT: Sex trafficking survivor shares her story

Withelma “T” Ortiz Walker Pettigrew hasn’t had an easy life. Forced into sex slavery at 10 years old after bouncing between foster homes, she finally escaped at 17 when an advocate helped her to get out and realize her potential. In a … Continued

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SPECIAL REPORT: Sex trafficking survivor shares her story

Withelma “T” Ortiz Walker Pettigrew hasn’t had an easy life. Forced into sex slavery at 10 years old after bouncing between foster homes, she finally escaped at 17 when an advocate helped her to get out and realize her potential. In a … Continued

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Senator Rand Paul draws the line on NSA surveillance of citizens

During The Mike Church Show on SiriusXM Patriot, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) discussed the recent leak when whistle blower Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA is surveilling citizens’ online activities. Paul cited a recent senate hearing where Director of National Intelligence, … Continued

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Senator Rand Paul draws the line on NSA surveillance of citizens

During The Mike Church Show on SiriusXM Patriot, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) discussed the recent leak when whistle blower Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA is surveilling citizens’ online activities. Paul cited a recent senate hearing where Director of National Intelligence, … Continued

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Smerconish Asks Listeners, ‘Should Interns Be Paid?’

To pay or not to pay your interns, that is the question many companies face when bringing students temporarily into their ranks. In some industries, companies pay quite well (think Google’s approximately $20,000 per summer), but in entertainment and media it’s … Continued

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Smerconish Asks Listeners, ‘Should Interns Be Paid?’

To pay or not to pay your interns, that is the question many companies face when bringing students temporarily into their ranks. In some industries, companies pay quite well (think Google’s approximately $20,000 per summer), but in entertainment and media it’s … Continued

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Glenn Beck: ‘Soon This Book Will Be a History Book’

Glenn Beck may call his new book “The Eye of Moloch” a work of “faction,” but considering the recent NSA leaks, he warns that some day it may be a work of fact. “Soon this book is going to be … Continued

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Glenn Beck: ‘Soon This Book Will Be a History Book’

Glenn Beck may call his new book “The Eye of Moloch” a work of “faction,” but considering the recent NSA leaks, he warns that some day it may be a work of fact. “Soon this book is going to be … Continued

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LISTEN: Michael Smerconish Discusses Over-the-Counter Contraception

On Monday, The New York Times reported that the Obama administration “decided to stop trying to block over-the-counter availability” of Plan B One-Step, a morning-after contraceptive pill, for women and girls regardless of age. President Barack Obama had previously opposed … Continued

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LISTEN: Michael Smerconish Discusses Over-the-Counter Contraception

On Monday, The New York Times reported that the Obama administration “decided to stop trying to block over-the-counter availability” of Plan B One-Step, a morning-after contraceptive pill, for women and girls regardless of age. President Barack Obama had previously opposed … Continued

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NASCAR Community Reacts to the Death of Jason Leffler

NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died Wednesday following a dirt-car crash at an event in New Jersey Wednesday night. Leffler was 37. Members of the NASCAR community reacted to the death of the two-time winner on the Nationwide Series, overnight on … Continued

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NASCAR Community Reacts to the Death of Jason Leffler

NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died Wednesday following a dirt-car crash at an event in New Jersey Wednesday night. Leffler was 37. Members of the NASCAR community reacted to the death of the two-time winner on the Nationwide Series, overnight on … Continued

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LISTEN: Robert Zimmerman Blames Media for Brother Gerorge’s Arrest

As jury selection continues in Florida for the highly controversial Trayvon Martin case, Robert Zimmerman, George Zimmerman’s brother, stops by “The Opie and Anthony Show” to talk race, gun control and the Florida legal system. Zimmerman says he will remain … Continued

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LISTEN: Robert Zimmerman Blames Media for Brother Gerorge’s Arrest

As jury selection continues in Florida for the highly controversial Trayvon Martin case, Robert Zimmerman, George Zimmerman’s brother, stops by “The Opie and Anthony Show” to talk race, gun control and the Florida legal system. Zimmerman says he will remain … Continued

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LISTEN: Will the Republican Party Tear Itself Apart Over NSA Leak?

Edward Snowden has been called everything from a hero to a narcissist by Republicans and Democrats alike for his decision to leak information about NSA surveillance to The Guardian and The Washington Post. Michael Tomasky of The Daily Beast debates the ramifications … Continued

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LISTEN: Will the Republican Party Tear Itself Apart Over NSA Leak?

Edward Snowden has been called everything from a hero to a narcissist by Republicans and Democrats alike for his decision to leak information about NSA surveillance to The Guardian and The Washington Post. Michael Tomasky of The Daily Beast debates the ramifications … Continued

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LISTEN: Who Shot Bin Laden?

Varying accounts of Osama Bin Laden’s final moments in Abbottabad have come out of SEALTeam 6, and Vanity Fair writer Mark Bowden told “The Michael Smerconish Program” that his book “The Finish: The Killing of Osama Bin Laden” was an attempt … Continued

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LISTEN: Who Shot Bin Laden?

Varying accounts of Osama Bin Laden’s final moments in Abbottabad have come out of SEALTeam 6, and Vanity Fair writer Mark Bowden told “The Michael Smerconish Program” that his book “The Finish: The Killing of Osama Bin Laden” was an attempt … Continued

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LISTEN: Should Nazi Dad Be Allowed to Raise His Kids?

It all started with a birthday cake. Five years after neo-Nazi Heath Campbell lost custody of his children Adolf Hitler Campbell, Heinrich Hons Campbell, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honzlynn Jeannie Campbell after he tried to order a “Happy Birthday, … Continued

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LISTEN: Should Nazi Dad Be Allowed to Raise His Kids?

It all started with a birthday cake. Five years after neo-Nazi Heath Campbell lost custody of his children Adolf Hitler Campbell, Heinrich Hons Campbell, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honzlynn Jeannie Campbell after he tried to order a “Happy Birthday, … Continued

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How Much Is Your Dog Worth to You?

A Texas family recently sued when their dog Avery escaped from the back yard and was mistakenly euthanized by pet control. The Supreme Court of Texas ruled that the family could not sue for more than the market value of … Continued

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How Much Is Your Dog Worth to You?

A Texas family recently sued when their dog Avery escaped from the back yard and was mistakenly euthanized by pet control. The Supreme Court of Texas ruled that the family could not sue for more than the market value of … Continued

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Anthony Bourdain sounds off on Libya critics with Opie & Anthony

Anthony Bourdain joined The Opie & Anthony Show to talk about his travels around the globe, which set him off on “stupid coverage” of the places he’s been such as Libya. His particular beef (food pun intended)? With people who … Continued

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Anthony Bourdain sounds off on Libya critics with Opie & Anthony

Anthony Bourdain joined The Opie & Anthony Show to talk about his travels around the globe, which set him off on “stupid coverage” of the places he’s been such as Libya. His particular beef (food pun intended)? With people who … Continued

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Cardinal Dolan: New Pope, new process?

It’s the first time in living memory that a Pope has resigned (nearly 600 years to be precise), causing many to speculate what reason Pope Benedict XVI had to step down. Cardinal Timothy Dolan joined SiriusXM’s “Seize The Day” with … Continued

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Cardinal Dolan: New Pope, new process?

It’s the first time in living memory that a Pope has resigned (nearly 600 years to be precise), causing many to speculate what reason Pope Benedict XVI had to step down. Cardinal Timothy Dolan joined SiriusXM’s “Seize The Day” with … Continued

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Ricky Gervais Weighs in on the 2012 Presidential Race

He may not have been able to vote in the November 6, 2012 elections, but like most things, that didn’t stop British comedian Ricky Gervais from voicing his (very funny) opinion. “[I’d vote for] Obama, the real president,” he jokes. … Continued

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Ricky Gervais Weighs in on the 2012 Presidential Race

He may not have been able to vote in the November 6, 2012 elections, but like most things, that didn’t stop British comedian Ricky Gervais from voicing his (very funny) opinion. “[I’d vote for] Obama, the real president,” he jokes. … Continued

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