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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Wednesday 11/1/2017

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Scott Diamond with Ronin Partners joined Dan and Amy to explain how Bitcoin works, and how it could change the way the economy works:

 

CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joined Dan and Amy with a progress report on tax reform in Congress:

 

Lt. Col. Jeff Addicott with the Center for Terrorism Law joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the terror attack in New York City:

 

Fox and Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade joined Dan and Amy to talk about his new book “Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America’s Destiny”:

 

Police and witnesses say a man deliberately drove a rented truck onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, killing eight people and injuring at least 12 others, then emerged from the vehicle screaming and brandishing imitation firearms before being shot by police. The suspect was wounded and taken into custody.

 

President Trump responded via Twitter to the attack in New York City Tuesday afternoon in which a motorist struck and killed several people after driving onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial before being shot by police.

 

Mark Steyn: Jihad on the Bike Path.

 

Denise Rotheimer told the House committee considering sexual harassment legislation today that she filed a harassment complaint against Sen. Ira Silverstein a year ago. Rotheimer had already passed “Jasmine’s Law” which increased penalties for violent sexual offenders and was working to pass yet another bill at the time.

 

The Cato 2017 Free Speech and Tolerance Survey, a new national poll of 2,300 U.S. adults, finds that 71% Americans believe that political correctness has silenced important discussions our society needs to have. The consequences are personal—58% of Americans believe the political climate prevents them from sharing their own political beliefs.

 

Speaking out in the wake of an allegation of sexual harassment against Kevin Spacey, male actors say abuse against boys and young men is ‘taboo’ but ‘pervasive’.