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Jason Hawes & JV Johnson welcome guest cryptozoologist Ronald Murphy to discuss various legends and phenomenon. Where does the lines between fact and folklore exist and what can we learn from it? 8/15/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Zero evidence of wire-tapping! That’s the word of a big supporter of Trump who is also the head of the House Intelligence Committee. This hours guest: Julian Sanchez - Senior Fellow, Cato Institute (studies issues at the busy intersection of technology, privacy, and civil liberties, with a particular focus on national security and intelligence surveillance) Hans Von Spakovsky - "Manager, Election Law Reform Initiative and Senior Legal Fellow Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies @ Heritage Foundation "
called for a better relationship between the U.S. and Putin's government. He suggested in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Friday that he'd consider easing the latest sanctions on Russia. "I think he has to be mindful that he
relationship between the U.S. and President Vladimir Putin's government, and suggested in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Friday that he'd consider easing sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama as payback for the alleged
to a transition official, who was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. In an interview Friday with The Wall Street Journal , Trump said he might do away with Obama's sanctions if Russia works with the U.S. on battling terrorists
knowledge of Trump's transition decisions said. The Wall Street Journal first reported Wednesday night that Trump was ..... knowledge of Trump's transition decisions said. The Wall Street Journal first reported Wednesday night that Trump was
At the same time, the public's perception of the Republican Party seems to be improving, albeit modestly. A NBC/ Wall Street Journal Poll conducted in December found that 37 percent of Americans have a positive rating of the GOP compared to 36 percent