The G. Gordon Liddy Show
Lis Wiehl, J.D.
Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl discusses the healthcare case
The Facts on Fracking
Is fracking as bad as the greenie-weenies claim? Paul Driessen, of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, gives us the truth about fracking and how it can help solve our energy needs domestically.
Beating Claire McCaskill
Can the GOP pick up a senate seat in Missouri? Sarah Steelman is trying to do just that by taking on Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill. Hear why she's running and how she plans to change the way things are going.
Phyllis Schafly discusses immigration issues
Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-IN)
Congressman and medical doctor Larry Bucshon discusses the Affordable Care Act case in the Supreme Court this week.
Human Events staff writer John Hayward discusses the Black Panthers offering a reward for George Zimmerman. Now the media blames conservatives.
Media Fellow for National Center for Public Policy Research Stephen Crowder discusses MMA being banned as a favor to the unions and other topics
The Competitive Enterprise Institute's John Berlau discusses the Jobs Act
Principal Attorney at DB Capitol, Dan Backer, discusses the IRS's tough stances against the 501c4 Tea Party organizations
Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK)
Congressman Cole discusses the Ryan budget passing through the committee by one vote
Michael Patrick Leahy
Author Michael Patrick Leahy discusses his new book about the origins of the tea party
Veronique de Rugy
Senior Research Fellow at Mercatus' Veronique de Rugy discusses whether the Small Business Administration should be abolished.
Front Page Magazine's Joseph Klein discusses the crisis in Syria
Our Unsung War Heroes
What has four legs, a tail and totally kicks ass? Soldier dogs! Cairo, the dog that was part of the bin Laden raid isn't the only canine hero in our military. Maria Goodavage writes about these furry fighters in her new book Soldier Dogs.
It's ObamaCare's Anniversary but No One's Celebrating
ObamaCare is one year older but where is the celebration? Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) explains why this policy is becoming something the administration would rather not discuss.
Obesity in Third-World Countries
The UN apparently believes starvation is no longer a problem in third world countries. Now, it is apparently focusing on obesity! Yes, obesity. Julie Gunlock, of Women for Food Freedom, shares the details.
Rep Ted Poe (R-TX)
Congressman Poe discusses Obama's oil reserve policy and his own bill to allow cameras in court
Executive Director of Public Notice Gretchen Hamel discusses the new Ryan Budget, Bankrupting America's new ad, and other pressing issues
Human Events' John Gizzi
Human Events' political editor John Gizzi weighs in on the Puerto Rico primary and whether Mitch Daniels may seek a late GOP bid
Radio America News Director Greg Corombos
Did Rick Santorum's Southern Sweep re-energize his campaign? Or was Mitt Romney really the week's winner? And the CBO estimates ObamaCare will cost more than we were told. Radio America News Director Greg Corombos shares his insights.
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