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DATE: THURSDAY, 09.22.22
LAST UPDATE: 01:01 AM ET
PREPARED BY: CB, RR, JB, SK, BM
We have the following scheduled for today's program:
BOTTOM OF HOUR 3
GUEST: Rep. Andy Barr
TOPIC: We need effective oversight over big banks in an effort to stop ESG agendas.
Here are some highlights from this day on previous shows:
Sept 22, 2004 - Glenn creates a time capsule for his new son, to be listened to in 2024... In the time capsule, Glenn talks about Bush... Terrorism... Life before 9/11... Will Trump still be relevant in 2024?... Will his son know who Trump is?... Will Russia still be free?... How do you get news in 2024... What we eat, where we live in '04... Health and technology in '24... Entertainment in '04... Do people still go to movie theaters in the future?...
HEADLINES - RAW & UNVERIFIED
'Democracy for Biden Is Whatever Benefits the Global Elite
While Biden might not be able to see it, I suspect the people who wrote his address to the United Nations sense just how close the Humpty Dumpty of the liberal world order is to falling off the wall, and if that happens, all the king's men won't be able to put it back together.
McConnell quietly optimistic Republicans will recapture Senate: Report
Despite his statements about the GOP's prospects of reclaiming power over the upper chamber, McConnell voiced optimism that his party can prevail in the midterm elections during a 45-minute visit with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Monday, Axios reported.
DeSantis leads Trump among likely 2024 GOP presidential primary voters in Florida: Poll
A USA Today/Suffolk University poll of likely Florida voters found that 48% would vote for or lean toward supporting DeSantis, while 40% would vote for or lean toward backing Trump.
Democratic official endorses DeSantis, says 'there is too much on the line'
DeSantis received the endorsement of a longtime Democrat and Palm Beach County official on Tuesday. The official said that "there is too much on the line" ahead of the November gubernatorial election.
Flip-flop: Heading into midterms, Dem candidates scramble to walk back far-left positions
From Pennsylvania to Arizona, Democrats running for office are adopting more moderate platforms and keeping left-wing policies they supported at arm's length.
Stacey Abrams claims 6-week heartbeat is 'manufactured ... to take control of a woman's body'
"There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks,” said the morbidly obese Abrams.
Senate wannabe Evan McMullin tries to cash in on former status as a spook
Running against the solidly constitutional-conservative incumbent, Republican Mike Lee, McMullin this month shamelessly tried to monetize the anniversary of 9/11 by overselling his work in the CIA.