03:35 On today’s show: Draining The Swamp II
04:45 FBI agent Christopher Wray testified yesterday. Agent was fired last week for anti-Trump text.
07:15 DOJ employee fired over meeting with author of the dossier.
09:25 Scalia said any special council is a bad idea.
10:55 Franken did not apologize and blamed it on Trump instead. This will lead nowhere and will not lead to impeachment.
12:00 Canada’s Deep State: Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s father dumps 200,000 shares of stock only 5 days before Morneau announced a raise in capital gains tax, saving him 500K in taxes.
14:00 Connor gives his solution to fixing Canadian politics.
14:45 Obama speaks in Paris and claims we lacked leadership for an environmentally friendly world.
15:45 Obama chose to not deal with Kim Jong Un, who is being taken on by Trump and he’s spreading radiation, so Grace wonder’s who is the better environmentalist, Obama or Trump?
17:05 Famous Nazi baby was actually jewish.
18:30 New laser-cut caves discovered in India.
19:50 Trump and congress agree on a 2 week temporary spending bill.
20:55 14 UN peacekeepers killed in Democratic Republic of Congo.
21:10 Canadian and Americans from the Cuban Embassy’s incident show evidence to damaged brain white matter.
21:45 Britain and EU reach deal for Brexit.
22:10 Obama is not going away. Will he or can he run again for president?
25:35 Last day, final hours emails.
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.