Viewpoint This Sunday – The stock market wasn’t the only thing that was on a wild ride this week; the accusations; cries for action or violence in some cases from leaders, and an Oval Office visit from Kanye West which had the media both juiced and critical. A Special Feature today is our Political Panel with four women. First you’ll hear from two on the Left, and then two on the Right; as we explore some of the top issues facing Americans. Join us every Sunday 10 AM EST with an Encore Presentation at 6 PM on America Out Loud Talk Radio. Listen on-demand after 1 PM on Sunday on Podcast Networks Worldwide. Subscribe to Viewpoint on Apple Podcasts by clicking here. Look for our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY Program Special this October 28.
Top Stories of the Week
Ryan Mauro and Ilana Freedman provide the analysis and in-depth discussion on the top stories that you need to know.
- Stock Market Crash or Rally?
- Turkish Court Convicts American Pastor Andrew Brunson on Terror Charge but releases him
- Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi killed inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul?
- Dina Powell says no to UN Ambassador, Short List Expanded
- Kanye West Goes to Washington
A Liberal OR Conservative Perspective of America PANEL
Midterm elections are now less than 3 weeks away. Fresh off the Kavanaugh hearings and the nation is divided about as deeply as ever. President Trump says that democrats have gotten too “Dangerous to Govern”. Democrats believe Trump is the cause of this division and many do not wish to even recognize Trump as their President.
Sharp and controversial words from political leaders are a daily occurrence. Do these words have meaning? And should they be blindly followed by constituents? Does this have any place in national or local politics? Serious issues divide the two parties. Health care, the economy, immigration and the popular vote vs the electoral college.
Many believe that women are going to be the pivotal force in the midterm election. A first for Viewpoint, today we have invited women from the Left, Barbara McGee and Gayl Murphy; and women from the Right, Ava Armstrong and Brooke Says. The conversation is very telling. The end result will leave you more informed, but also concerned for what lies ahead…