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Key primaries in Wyoming and Alaska take place today, Twitter rolls out its election “misinformation” policies ahead of the midterms, and American allies still left in Afghanistan a year after the withdrawal. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
More information comes to light about the Mar-a-Lago search warrant and what federal agents seized, how Americans view the FBI’s actions against Trump, and San Francisco’s new district attorney is cracking down on fentanyl dealers. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
A firsthand account of the Taliban’s “reign of terror” in Kabul a year after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Americans rack up record levels of credit card debt, college athletics undergo massive changes with sweeping financial implications, and California’s electric vehicle rebate programs face significant setbacks. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
DOJ breaks silence on FBI Trump search, the planned expansion of the IRS sparks questions and concerns, and the legal battle between golf’s most powerful league and its new Saudi Arabia-backed competitor. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
DOJ sources say a confidential informant prompted the FBI’s Trump raid, the legal implications of the FBI’s actions, and California Democrats pass a bill that would allow more taxpayer-funded drug use sites. Get the facts first on Morning Wire. 
The political fallout from the FBI Trump raid escalates, tensions heighten between New York and Texas over bussed-in migrants, and nuclear energy regains popularity in the U.S. as a clean energy alternative. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
The FBI raids former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, a rash of violent crime has left New Yorkers afraid to take the subway, and American cities face a mass exodus of police officers. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Senate Democrats push through record-spending on climate change, Germany rethinks its energy policies amid a fuel crisis, and property owners speak out as LA extends its eviction moratorium. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
TikTok has become one of the most popular apps in the world—especially among young people. But critics warn it poses unique security and mental health risks. So much so, a number of nations have even banned the Chinese app describing it as a ‘weapon” by software experts. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Large groups of parents shifted their political views during the pandemic, the UK orders the closure of England’s only children’s gender clinic amid controversy, and how the war in Ukraine could spark a microchip crisis. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
The political gap between Florida and New York widens as Gov. DeSantis suspends a “soft-on-crime” state attorney, while new study reveals the troubling reality of New York’s lenient crime policies, and public school enrollment has plummeted post-pandemic. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
The take-down of an Al Qaeda leader exposes the growing terrorist presence in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, military recruitment falls to a record low, and LA moves to ban homeless encampments near schools. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Pelosi visits Taiwan amid political controversy and threats from China, several key Republican primary results set the stage for November, and the GOP unveils its plan to address the border crisis. Get the facts first on Morning Wire 
Farmers in several countries erupt in protest against climate policies, Sen. Joe Manchin backs a new tax and spend bill that promises to reduce inflation, and a California judge says a lawsuit alleging Visa illegally profited from child pornography can go forward. Get the facts first on Morning Wire. 
The Biden administration’s response to economic recession, the impact of TikTok on the social media landscape, and new evidence related to Hunter Biden and his business partners prompts calls for a special counsel investigation. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
American children who identify as the opposite sex are being encouraged to get medical intervention to conform to their gender identity. Meanwhile, European countries have been ahead of the U.S. on this issue, but now they’re pumping the brakes. 
The role of “the God Gap” in the political realignment among American minorities, lawmakers warn that DNA profiles could be used by foreign enemies, and childhood obesity rates increase. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Second straight decline in GDP signals that the U.S. is in recession, the Biden administration’s transgender Title IX guidance is in legal limbo, and more women are opting to get sterilized in the wake of the Dobbs Supreme Court descision. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
New evidence suggests a landmark Alzheimer’s study may have been fraudulent, a Senate report details how China has attempted to infiltrate the U.S. Federal Reserve, and House Democrats move to impose term limits on the Supreme Court. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
Comments (225)

James Loar

@7:37 Meanwhile the scammers are freshening up their scripts.... "My name is Bob, and I am one of the 87k new IRS agents. I am sending the police to your house if you don't pay what you owe using Target gift cards!"

Aug 12th
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James Loar

@3:23 ... now do Hunter Biden (laptop), Barrac Obama (millions of records), and Hillary Clinton (30k emails). Let's see what "fair" really looks like.

Aug 12th
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James Loar

@2:50 ,,, How many bugs/listening devices did the FBI plant in his house after they made his lawyers leave?

Aug 10th
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James Loar

@12:49 ...another argument for new, cheap, baseload, nuclear power generation buildup.

Aug 9th
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Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

There are 2 decreases of GDP in a row…hmmm?

Aug 9th
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James Loar

@15:50 ... Perhaps Rubio believes that the FTC would actually be against the concept, rather than a participator in the corruption.

Aug 9th
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James Loar

@14:03. "Hopefully cities can get a handle on things before it gets worse." That would imply that they want a different outcome to the consequences they are deliberately causing. More plausible is that they are getting the desired chaos that their polices are delivering. The question is then, why do they want criminals out of jail, not how to stop them.

Aug 9th
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Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

Andrew Warren is fortunate that he is not subject to 45/45 restriction.

Aug 8th
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James Loar

@12:00 People can't pay rent but they can pay more taxes, and get IRS audited more.

Aug 8th
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James Loar

@6:55 .... So Germany is saying Trump was right.

Aug 8th
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James Loar

@7:05 ....this is how you get a Batman.

Aug 5th
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Todd

great show keep it up!

Aug 4th
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James Loar

@8:30 Military recruitment issue .... another go woke go broke story. Also interesting that the US education and family culture is not providing a sufficient population that is qualified for recruitment. This has long lasting consequences.

Aug 4th
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James Loar

@10:50 ... with an increase in Sterilizations, then now is a good time to be developing better and more flexible rules supporting the future increase in adoption requests that will come in the next 5+ years.

Jul 29th
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James Loar

@5:25 ...Cabot, the economy is not "dipping into a recession" ..... the economy is deep into it and has been for months. Thursday's GDP announcement just codified what has already been happening.

Jul 29th
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James Loar

@11:05 ... Each branch of government has a different model for setting how they are elected and their terms. This way there is no systemic fault line with the deficiencies of a model, since that only affect 1 branch and not the others. The Framers were brilliant to define the separation of powers this way. They knew the potential for corruption, and then devised the checks and balances to control it as much as possible. One might assume that to diminish that balance would imply that someone was trying to increase the opportunity for corruption....😏

Jul 28th
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James Loar

@10:58 .... So when folks don't like what the SCOTU rules, then they want term limits. And then it just flip flips back and forth. Seems the best solution then is to keep lifetime appointments... then everyone can't claim the advantage.

Jul 28th
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James Loar

@13:50 ... Missing from the reporting is any mention of what the US capacity really is for chips. New investment takes years to come on line. There's a billion dollar chip plant under construction in TX (HP? TI?) ... Good at least to highlight the issue.

Jul 27th
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James Loar

@9:50 ... totally missing from the reporting was the number of cases in the US and worldwide .... how many? how many is "widespread"? Why are you hiding the numbers?

Jul 27th
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James Loar

@7:30 ... telling will be if R's take back the Congress in 2p22, will there be anything significantly different from them. Or is their character essentially the same as the D's?

Jul 26th
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