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 7 years 9 weeks 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.

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