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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Monday 8/28/2017


On Friday, President Trump announced that he was pardoning former Sheriff Joe Arpaio on his contempt of court charge. Arpaio joined Dan and Amy with reaction to President Trump’s pardon:


Dinesh D’Souza will be headlining Freedom Summit 2017 this fall. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about his new book “The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left.”


Sean Frazier is Associate Vice-President and Director of Athletics at Northern Illinois University. He joined Dan and Amy to preview this year’s football season, which you can hear on AM 560 The Answer:


Dan and Amy broadcast live from Joe Cotton Ford in Carol Stream. They checked in with Vice President and General Manager Tracy Conn:


The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said his agency is already gearing up for a years-long effort to help Texas recover from the damage wrought by Hurricane Harvey.


Following a plea heard all across social media, dozens of residents of a Dickinson nursing home have been safely evacuated in the midst of the epic flooding gripping the greater Houston area.


Angry parents gathered last week night to protest a California teacher that read transgender books to her kindergarteners and encouraged a clothes-changing demonstration, saying it was inappropriate to vividly portray transgenderism to such young children.


Meanwhile,  Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday signed into law measures to ban the so-called gay panic defense in criminal proceedings and make it easier for transgender people to change the sex listed on their birth certificates.


A flyer recently appeared at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs declaring that “in order to protect our academic institutions we must ban veterans from four-year universities.”