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This Independence Day weekend we celebrate our founding and the principles or personal freedom, individual responsibility, free markets, limited government, and the rule of law.
On Friday’s show, we visit with Research Fellow with the Cato Institute, William Yeatman, about the resolution of the Michael Flynn case, and we discuss the meaning and importance of the Declaration of Independence and the rule of law. We visit with our State Representative and candidate for Congress in District 19, Byron Donalds, about the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the “Blaine Amendment” used in several states to limit “school choice.” We also discuss the proposed $1billion reduction in police force funding in New York City, which will lead to more crime and less safety for citizens – especially the poor. We visit with local dining, entertainment, and travel columnist Sharon Kenny about the big changes we will see over this weekend because of Covid-19. We also discuss our economic recovery and unemployment compensation policy as well as the need for opening public schools during Covid-19 with the President of American Commitment, Phil Kerpen.
Please join us on Monday when we visit with terrific special guests including the Founder and Publisher of HistoryCentral.com Marc Schulman, President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed, and author and former Barron’s Washington Bureau Chief Jim McTague.
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