Trump Vindicated in Collusion Witch Hunt

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Trump triumphs in Mueller Collusion probe and class is in session with Dr. Chris Miller and Sandy Shanor on the sinister agenda in higher education and the need for our children to revisit traditional approaches to school that eschew the current focus on screens and technology.ive.

Mueller report: No collusion with Russia

Producer Steve says it best on today’s show: 675 days and 40 million dollars later and the report tells us what many were sure of all along: there was no collusion. So what’s next for Trump, James Comey, and the other factions and people involved? We’ll have to wait and see, but the two-year-old witch hunt is finally over.

The agenda of social justice in the halls of higher education

Dr. Chris Miller joins Kim to talk about changes in what is being taught—and perhaps more importantly, what is not being taught—in higher education. Dr. Miller discusses the agenda of social justice that seems to have taken over higher education.

Are our children learning what they need to in school?

Sandy Shanor joins Kim to discuss the modern classroom and syllabus the focus on technology and why a return to traditional methods might be in the best interest for our children now and in the future.

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WWII Battle of the Bulge Veteran, Wayne Field

Christmas seventy-five years ago 500,000 Allied soldiers fought a 40-day battle to prevent Hitler from reaching fuel supplies at Antwerp, Belgium. History knows it as the Battle of the Bulge. Wayne Field was one of those young soldiers who fought in this epic battle.

WWII Battle of the Bulge Veteran, Lou Zoghby

Seventy-five years ago on December 16th, 1944, Hitler made his final push in the Battle of the Bulge. Young Lou Zoghby, 17th Airborne, 194th Glider Infantry, F Company fought in this epic 40-day battle.

On Pearl Harbor with WW II Veterans Page Wodell and Dr. Kenneth Isaacs

December 7, 1941 the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and drew the Americans into WWII. Page Wodell was attending Yale University and became an Aviation Cadet. WWII Veteran Dr. Kenneth Isaacs’ brother was stationed at Pearl Harbor and survived the attack. Dr. Isaacs shares his brother’s perspective.

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