Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

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July 10, 2020 15 min
US Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) discusses masks and Gov. Beshear's Executive Orders. He's glad people have purchased guns in record numbers in 2020. He also talks about urging Pres. Trump to bring home the troops from Afghanistan.
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Did you know Bill Gates was buddies with convicted Child Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein? Clay Clark is Founder of ThriveTime Show/US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year. Clay reveals the evils behind Fauci, Gates, and the deep deceptions that have nothing to do with your health.
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Newman writes for TheNewAmerican.com/. We discuss the sinister motives and backers of the violent riots in America. He also gives insight into the horrific motives of CPS.
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WV Delegate Marshall Wilson is seeking ballot access to be on the Nov. ballot as an independent candidate for WV Governor. He needs about 7,200 signatures of valid WV registered voters.
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KY's AG talks about Casey’s Law, which is a Kentucky law that allows family and friends to secure court-ordered drug treatment for a loved one. He also talks about the unconstitutionality of Governor Beshear’s COVID-19 executive orders and comments on riots around the US.
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Used to be you could claim Jim Justice was elected as a Democrat. Used to be you could say Republicans didn't elect him. But once you feed a stray cat, you own him! Now, since the WV Primary, Gov. Jimmy is the responsibility of the WV GOP!
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Republican Congressman Bill Johnson doesn't believe media reports of large numbers of fellow GOP lawmakers are abandoning Donald Trump.
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Charles is running in District 62, Berkeley Co. He shares his concerns over Gov. Justice's Executive Orders and explains his reason for seeking office to the WV Legislature.
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WV GOP Delegate Pat McGeehan from the First District (Hancock Co.) believes Gov. Jim Justice has gone too far with his State of Emergency decrees and is calling for fellow lawmakers to hold a special session to address it.
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Thomas Goodman is a former Huntington small business owner and former GOP candidate for the WV House in Charleston.
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July 7, 2020 27 min
Broadcasting from his home to avoid wearing a mask, Tom discusses the folly of Jim Justice's decree.
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Chris is running in the 3-member 36th district.
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Ron Gregory is a political columnist with The Corridor Chronicle.
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Republican Patrick Morrisey is running for another term as WV's Attorney General.
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Political columnist Ron Gregory's columns can be found at TheCorridorChronicle.com/.
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Edward Peter Stringham is President of the American Institute for Economic Research. Rise Global ranks Stringham as one of the top 100 most influential economists in the world.
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WV Delegate Tom Bibby shares thoughts about the Governor's overreaction to the COVID-19 crisis. As a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel and someone who worked for the Department of Defense, Tom also gives his opinion on the lack of law & order in US cities.
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Roten's Rant from 8am, segment 1, June 25, 2020. The Biblical principle of a man who won't work shouldn't eat has been turned upside down and that's one of the reasons America is burning down.
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Former Trump Campaign Senior Advisor Curtis Ellis is a Senior Policy Advisor with America First Policies.
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Prof. Peter Pitts - Former FDA Associate Commissioner, President and co-Founder, Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, an independent body for the study of health matters
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