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Andy Parks From The Washington Times
16 minutes | 3 days ago
Jeff Mordock: Prosecutors have 'marching orders' after Capitol riot
Washington Times Justice Department reporter Jeff Mordock joins Andy with a full rundown of the arrests coming out of the riot at the US Capitol building. But up first, an exclusive report on how law enforcement has been breaking with President Trump after the death of a Capitol Police officer. Jeff reports that this is giving law enforcement the feeling that they aren't getting support from either side of the political aisle, leaving them without a party.
13 minutes | 3 days ago
Andy Parks: First Amendment, Second Impeachment
Andy Parks takes a walk through the big stories of this very eventful week. How woke are you? According to the libs, we must be in touch with the injustices in society. Are you? The high tech platforms shutting down conservatives have decided that we are way too dumb to make decisions on our own. Yet, they are calling for unity. The path to unity appears to only go through total agreement with the liberal left. But don't worry, the president is being impeached with a week left in his term. Andy says he can only hope they pay at the ballot box.
14 minutes | 8 days ago
Stephen Dinan: 450 miles of border wall, 350 miles to go
Bring a child to the border, get released: It’s a mantra that illegal immigrants have repeated for several years, and groundbreaking data announced by the Department of Homeland Security shows just how true it is. Stephen Dinan breaks down the findings. Then, Homeland Security took a victory lap after announcing it had surpassed 450 miles of border wall erected on President Trump’s watch, calling it a “historic” achievement. Plus, Trump's Twitter future, pandemic baby booms & more.
12 minutes | 8 days ago
Dave Boyer: Trump's Big Rally
First up, get Andy's take on the big stories of the week, including the Georgia Senate runoff results. "Seems like Georgia may not be the Peach State for Republicans after all." Then, Washington Times White House reporter Dave Boyer joins us with more on President Trump speaking at a rally of supporters, where he told tens of thousands that he’ll “never concede” the election to Joe Biden and called on Vice President Mike Pence to send the Electoral College results back to states for re-certification.
12 minutes | 17 days ago
Stephen Dinan: New asylum deals and progress on the border wall
Andy is joined by Stephen Dinan on the big immigration stories of the week. Up first, the three key Central American countries responsible for last year’s migrant surge have signed asylum deals with the US. Officials say true asylum-seekers are fleeing persecution at home, and any safe country should be an acceptable landing place. And, Stephen has new details on an illegal immigrant fake family and new human smuggling charges brought against the abusive couple.
19 minutes | 17 days ago
Ben Wolfgang: China launches the Shandong
First up, get Andy's take on the news of the week, including the battle over stimulus funds, where the money comes from and where it should be going. And, did China under-report their number of COVID-19 infections? Then, foreign affairs reporter Ben Wolfgang joins Andy to talk about the Chinese military kicking off a series of 10-day military exercises in the South China Sea as Beijing seeks to build up its naval and air forces in the Pacific. As Ben reports, despite the Shandong’s progress, China still lags far behind the U.S. in carrier capabilities.
15 minutes | 24 days ago
Stephen Dinan: Citizenship test cuts questions on religion freedom
The new citizenship test, which immigrants began to use this month, no longer includes a question dealing specifically with the right to religious freedom, one of the Constitution’s defining liberties. As Stephen Dinan reports exclusively, it’s a startling move for the Trump administration, which has overall been a vigorous advocate of religious freedom across the government. Stephen also did a dive into the spending bill and took a look at legislation to create new Smithsonian museums.
11 minutes | 24 days ago
Andy Parks: The well-wrapped gift of COVID relief
A wild week just gets wilder with the massive spending bill and COVID relief bill. Andy calls it a well-wrapped gift, "you don't know what's in it until you open it." Get more on what's actually in the bill, what's not in the bill and what it all means. Plus all the rest of the news of the week, including the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue in the capitol, Nancy Pelosi taking on Trump, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and much more.
20 minutes | a month ago
Andy Parks: Jeff Mordock on AG William Barr's "unmitigated failure"
First up, Andy gets into the big stories of the week, including a very sickly sounding Joe Biden, more Democrats busted having mask-less parties and London canceling Christmas. Then, Washington Times Justice Department reporter Jeff Mordock tells us about the end of the William Barr era, and a string of probes that have mostly come up empty and sorely disappointed President Trump and his allies. As Jeff reports, the six probes generated one criminal charge and none has produced a public report.
14 minutes | a month ago
Stephen Dinan: What's next for the border wall?
Congressional Democrats announced legislation to strip Robert E. Lee’s name from Arlington House, the centerpiece of the hallowed military cemetery that occupies his former plantation. Stephen Dinan explains the backstory and why some members of congress are ready to get rid of it. As Stephen reports, the original plantation was known as Arlington, and it gave its name to the surrounding county. Plus, we hear more about Dominion voting machines, an update from Georgia, and what's next for Trump's border wall.
11 minutes | a month ago
Stephen Dinan: ICE's 'Tools of Tolerance'
For the past four years, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been paying tens of thousands of dollars a year to send executives for a special racial justice training program at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. As Stephen Dinan reports, that’s about to end. Stephen also explains how illegal immigrants are jumping on moving trains to evade capture.
16 minutes | a month ago
Alex Swoyer: Is it a Hail Mary?
First up, get Andy's take on the big stories of the week, including the likelihood of Trump's legal challenges to prevail in court, the diverse cabinet choices of Joe Biden, the importance of the Georgia Senate runoff and much more. And then, Washington Times legal affairs reporter Alex Swoyer joins Andy with the latest on all of the election-related court cases pending in courts around the country.
17 minutes | a month ago
Stephen Dinan: Explaining all the moving parts on COVID relief
We get the full rundown with Stephen Dinan. Up first, a federal judge blocked the government’s attempt to force companies to offer better pay to Americans before looking to hire skilled foreign workers for those jobs. Then, lawmakers from across the ideological spectrum stormed back to Washington this week vowing to break an eight-month stalemate and get some sort of coronavirus relief package done by the end of the year. Will it happen? What would it look like? Stephen explains.
13 minutes | a month ago
Andy Parks: Rules for thee but not for me.
First up, get Andy's take on the news of the week, including voter discrepancies reported in the ongoing presidential election fight. Andy wonders if Attorney General Barr has actually looked at any evidence. And, are we now simply expected to accept a Biden presidency? And then, Washington Times White House reporter Dave Boyer explains how even as the witnesses told riveting tales of an election rigged for Democrats, Attorney General William Barr was undercutting the president’s case.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Stephen Dinan: Who is Alejandro Mayorkas?
Stephen Dinan joins Andy to explain why a Republican senate candidate in Michigan conceded his race despite saying he still had questions about the voting. He also has more detail on what is being called the largest drug trafficking haul ever in Southern California, which is tied to the Sinaloa Cartel. And, we hear more about Alejandro Mayorkas, tapped by Joe Biden to lead the Homeland Security Department.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Dave Boyer: Pardon the turkeys
First up, Andy gives his take on the big stories of the week, including where the legal fight stands today in the presidential election. "Nothing to see here, move along." Then, White House reporter Dave Boyer tells Andy more about former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell, who said she will file a lawsuit alleging widespread election fraud in Georgia’s voting machines and “foreign intrusion” in the US election. Dave also shares more insight into the relationship between President Trump and Gen. James Mattis, including Trump's remarks at the Thanksgiving turkey pardon at the White House.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
Stephen Dinan: MD Governor tells Trump 'the time has come' to concede
Eyeing his own 2024 presidential bid, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan unloaded on President Trump this week, saying Trump was too quick to stoke anger and engage in political combat, and too slow to build victories on policy. Stephen also shares details on his story on smugglers posing as fake families, enslaving children into forced labor. Smugglers and parents in Central America quickly figured out that bringing a child meant quick release and a chance to disappear. Stephen calls these cases just the tip of the iceberg.
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Andy Parks: Remember the good old days of hanging chads?
Andy takes a look at the big story of the week, namely the 2020 presidential election. The votes continue to be counted and recounted, and checked and double-checked. Andy says Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has a lot of nerve calling President Trump a failure. And, why is the media so giddy over Joe Biden? Also, when is a crime no longer a crime? Apparently, a long list of maladies would give you an excuse to commit misdemeanors in Seattle.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Stephen Dinan: Bracing for a lame-duck fight
California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued 10 pardons Tuesday to immigrants he said risked being deported as long as they had crimes on their records. Stephen Dinan has all the details. We also recap where the remaining Senate races stand today, and Sen. John Kennedy unloading on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying her refusal to budge on coronavirus spending is holding up money that all sides agree on. “If that’s her position she needs to go to bed. She’s drunk.”
18 minutes | 2 months ago
Alex Swoyer: Lawsuits Exposing Election Shenanigans
First up, get Andy's take on the big stories of the week, including the ongoing fight over the presidential election, lawsuits, recants, taking back of recants, and how the media is covering it all. Then, Washington Times legal affairs reporter Alex Swoyer shares more on AG William Barr authorizing a DOJ voter fraud probe. Alex also recaps all of the cases making their way through the system to contest voter irregularities in battleground states. As Alex explains, the legal assault exposes election shenanigans -- but faces high hurdles.
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