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September 25, 2020 5 min
NASA Scientist, Michelle Thaller talks about the upcoming event One Moon. Where you'll be able to join people from every continent for International Observe the Moon Night!
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Tim Constantine chats with Brian about why the NFL's 'two national anthems' divides the nation more than it brings us together.
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September 25, 2020 11 min
Sen. Rick Scott has the latest on the DST proposal in the Senate and the Supreme Court vacancy.
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This Fall and winter, your community may have to fight both the flu & COVID-19, CDC expert, Dr. Patricia Whitley-Williams, breaks down why getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever this season.
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Anita Byer, CEO of Setnor Byer covers Gov. Ron Desantis' support for limited COVID-19 related lawsuits amid the pandemic.
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September 24, 2020 7 min
Marc Lotter, Director of Strategic Communications shares more on the president's trip to the sunshine state.
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September 23, 2020 7 min
Analyst and strategist, Seth Denson talks about why the U.S. uninsured rate was up even before COVID-19.
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September 23, 2020 6 min
Broward County Supervisor of Elections Peter Antonacci talks about Broward Mayor's checking voting equipment and people being allowed to vote on Nov. 3rd even if they aren't wearing face coverings.
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September 23, 2020 5 min
Trump 2020 Campaign Senior Advisor Steve Cortes talks to Brian about President Trump being a jobs President and how he built the greatest economy once and he is doing it again.
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Miami Police Chief Jorge Colina chats with Brian about his retirement announcement. Is the current climate part of the consideration or would he have retired regardless? Future plans? Thoughts on succession?
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Author Mark Timm talks about his new book, HOW TO MAKE MONEY DURING THE PANDEMIC AND BEYOND.
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Mallory Quigley, Vice President of Communications at SBA List has more on this story.
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Shy Averett, creator of MANCODE explains this study more and how she's helped close the gap.
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September 22, 2020 6 min
Marc Lotter, Trump 2020 Director of Strategic Communications chats with Brian Mudd about the President's travel schedule this week. He will visit Ohio, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
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Expert on Young Voters, Audrea Taylor Decker talks about a new poll that shows most young Americans prefer Biden, but Trump backers are more enthusiastic.
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Ted Clouser, Technology & Cybersecurity Expert talks more about the latest computer glitches that are disrupting classes as schools return online.
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Prof. Allan Saxe, Political Science Professor gives an analysis of the possible picks for SCOTUS.
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Dr. Sean Foreman breaks down the implications of the SCOTUS selection just six weeks before Election Day.
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Chief Marketing Officer at Agency Partner Interactive Dallas, Adam Rizz joins Brian with more on Pres. Trump banning WeChat and TikTok surviving until after election.
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September 18, 2020 9 min
Dr. Hardaway is a Professor of Law, Supreme Court and Electoral College expert. He and Brian discuss the differences between popular vote and the electoral college. BOOK: Saving the Electoral College: Why the National Popular Vote Would Undermine Democracy.
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