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Wally Bock
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current pandemic world we’re in right now, put it in perspective with past global challenges, and warn about the erosion of liberty.
Kelley Vlahos
Kelley Vlahos joins Jim Blasingame to report on the federal level of pandemic response, and why allowing the states so much latitude was the right thing to do.
Kelley Vlahos
Kelley Vlahos joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the many ways governors and local authorities have assumed control during the pandemic, and why we now have to notify them that we’re no longer going to allow them that control – ever again.
Kelley Vlahos
Kelley Vlahos joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the stories about having to justify your pandemic shutdown movements with “essential business” papers, and why that doesn’t fit with any part of the U.S. Constitution.
Mike Daniels
Mike Daniels joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the cyber-bad guys – including nation states like China – are redoubling their efforts to compromise U.S. companies and our government, and why we have to step up our game.
Rich Galen
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss World War III, the very serious global conflict in cyber-space being waged between the West and despots like China, Iran, and Russia, and the fact that this war shouldn’t result in body bags.
Gordon Chang
Gordon Chang joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why China’s leadership can never again be trusted, and why that country must now be isolated as a global bad actor without regard to the well-being of other nations.
Don  Stenberg
Don Stenberg joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the scenario of a future pandemic health threat, and how the response to that event will be heavily weighted with current experience and knowledge of the total cost of an economic shutdown.
Don  Stenberg
Don Stenberg joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the Constitutional limits of government shutdown responses to the pandemic with regard to current and near future circumstances, which are different from when the first orders were made.
Don  Stenberg
Don Stenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that it’s quite likely that, based on some precedent, government officials would prevail in court in defending their initial shutdown orders based on powers granted to them Constitutionally.

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