Illinois State Representative Rich Morthland joined Dan and Amy to talk about his decision to join Jeanne Ives run against Governor Bruce Rauner in the Republican primary:
Former Chief Assistant US Attorney and current National Review columnist Andrew McCarthy joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the charges against Michael Flynn:
Fox News Contributor Steve Cortes joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the debate over tax cuts in Congress:
President Trump’s lawyers have long maintained that he did not obstruct justice in his dealings with ousted FBI director James Comey. On Monday, they mounted a new defense: A president can’t actually obstruct justice.
The exact opposite view was once argued by another senior Trump lawyer: Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In 1999, Sessions – then an Alabama senator – laid out an impassioned case for President Bill Clinton to be removed from office based on the argument that Clinton obstructed justice amid the investigation into his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Wall Street Journal Editorial Board: Mueller’s Credibility Problem.
Congressional Republicans and President Trump have momentum on taxes, following the Senate’s passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in the early hours of Saturday morning. But they will quickly run into two constraints as they move to conference on the two bills.
Brian Hamilton for the Washington Examiner: The Republican tax plans are entrepreneur-friendly.
Vatican Adviser Claims Republicans ‘Will Face Consequences Later’ For Passing Tax Reform.
Northern Illinois University conducted 70 workshops this semester to train students in responding to oppression and privilege. A series called “Conversations on Diversity and Equity” (CODE), run by the Office of Academic Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ADEI), was conducted for 191 student organizations