Daily Topics - Tuesday September 30th, 2014

Join Thom in our chatroom during the program!

Be sure to check out our new videos: CARBON & LAST HOURS
- both narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

Hour One: How & why was the White House security compromised? Fmr. Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino, Candidate for Congress (R-MD, 6th District)

Hour Two: Beach blanket rumble...billionaire vs. beach goers - Paul Beard II, Pacific Legal Foundation

Hour Three: The American Dream Project - John Fugelsang

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mathboy 6 years 1 day ago
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I'm wondering if it would be possible--in a practical sense--to change the Supreme Court so that it has to have exactly one member from each circuit court, and that every case from a particular circuit automatically requires the recusal of the justice from that circuit.

Trump is Broke: Has He Already Sold Out America To Get the Money He Needs?

Thom plus logo Back in the day, Donald Trump's niece alleges, he stole hundreds of millions of dollars from his father's estate, screwing his other family members and the IRS (you and me).

He then went on a massive spending binge, pouring that money into airlines, steaks, vodka, Trump-branded games, casinos, a fake university, etc. Virtually all of them failed, and he experienced multiple bankruptcies.
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