01:50 On today’s show: Bill Clinton’s Midwestern Women Came Forward First. Al Franken details surface on sexual abuse.
03:45 What about Bill Clinton’s actions in the past? Juanita Broddrick, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones, and Gennifer Flowers all spoke out, they are the real heroes. Don’t forget Hilary taking shots at the rape victim, Kathy Shelton.
10:55 House passes their Tax reform bill. Still has to go through the senate.
11:45 More women come forward to accuse Judge Roy Moore, he refuses to walk away from the election.
13:30 Jerry Jones under attack from other NFL owners for not backing Roger Goodell’s outrageous contract renewal.
16:30 Bob Menendez trial for corruption gets ruled a mistrial.
17:25 Leonardo Da Vinci painting sells for $450.3 million.
18:20 Russian probe accuses Jared Kushner of not being fully forthcoming with panel’s probe. Ordered to answer enquiries to include: He needs to turn over Emails, WikiLeaks, Russian Backdoor Overture, and a dinner invite.
19:30 Leonid meteor shower this weekend.
20:35 Scan shows CTE brain damage before Fred McNiell’s death.
21:40 Twenty new sexual assault complaints on Kevin Spacey.
22:55 A donor sends a yellow and white Lamborghini Hurricane to the pope.
24:15 Mnuchin finally gets his signature on the U.S. dollar.

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A Dueling Dialogue based on the politically charged emails exchanged between Canadian leftist, Connor Murphy, and United States Midwestern conservative, Grace Matthews. Both are writers at The Right Left Chronicles. Away from the bubble and the beltway, alone, together or with a guest, Murphy and Matthews squabble over current issues and events that impact everyday citizens in the United States, Canada and elsewhere in the World. It’s unobstructed free speech about politics, media, economy, people, social media, and legislation. Eager listeners with a fascination for presidential politics won’t be disappointed as President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are usually front and center, and rarely far from the topic of the day.