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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) delivered a passionate speech before the Senate denouncing and warning against a sharp rise in anti-Semitic sentiment and hate crimes in America. Senator Schumer, the highest-ranking elected Jewish official in the United States, spoke for forty five minutes in an intense time of fragile ceasefires and hostage negotiations about his support of a two-state solution and need to give Israel aid. Senator Schumer also condemned any acts of violence against the Muslim community. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Chad Pergram, senior congressional correspondent for FOX News, about the speech, the state of U.S. aid to Israel and how the conflict in the Middle East is splitting the Democrat party. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Over 2.4 million migrants entered the United States last fiscal year, and the numbers continue to rise. U.S. Customs and Border Protection estimates there were more than one thousand 'known gotaways' each day last month, adding to the already heavy burden border communities now face. FOX Business correspondent Madison Alworth joins the Rundown to describe her ride along with the Texas Department of Public Safety, what methods migrants are using to enter the United States, and breaks down a recent House GOP report estimating that $451 billion American tax dollars are being used to support migrants. Over three dozen U.S. lawmakers have announced they won't be seeking reelection, with thirteen of them announcing that just in the month of November. Reports have theorized that this exodus of representatives and lawmakers is due to dysfunction and division in Washington. Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) is retiring himself, and he dispels those rumors, saying his was a family decision. He discusses the historic challenges faced by the House, his plans for life after Washington, and his hopes for America's future. Plus, commentary by Jason Rantz, Host of the Jason Rantz Show and author of "What's Killing America." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On October 7th, Dori Roberts received the horrible news that five of his relatives were kidnapped during Hamas' brutal attack on Israel. For weeks the Israeli American feared the worst knowing his family members were being held hostage by the terror organization. Three of them were finally freed last Friday as part of the negotiations mediated by Qatar. Dori Roberts talks to the Rundown to discuss his family's ordeal and what is being done to help release his remaining family members. Most of Kansas' court systems have been offline for over a month thanks to what is being called a ‘sophisticated foreign cyberattack.' According to the Kansas Supreme Court, cybercriminals have stolen sensitive data and are now threatening to post it online. Michael Balboni, a former New York Homeland Security Advisor and the Managing Director of RedLand Strategies, discusses how ransomware and other cyber-attacks work, who is typically behind themselves, and how both institutions and individuals can protect themselves Plus, commentary from host of OutKick's Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Record breaking retail sales this 'Black Friday' and 'Cyber Monday' as both days had online sales increase from last year by seven to ten percent but those numbers are expected to shrink during the holiday season. Sales growth for the rest of the rest of the holidays is predicted drop nearly three percent from last year. Shoppers, mostly unhappy with the deals offered, seem to be using more credit as the ninety-day credit card delinquency rate is on the rise as well as the use of 'Buy Now, Pay Later' programs. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Grady Trimble, FOX Business Network correspondent, about the lackluster deal days and how Americans are racking up spending debt at historic levels. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join host Aaron Silva as he grades the legislative triumphs and shortfalls of Eanes ISD in the 2023 season. In this episode, Superintendent Dr. Jeff Arnett joins Aaron for an insightful house call to discuss the wins and challenges; school choice, future bonds and the success of the Spanish immersion program and the fate of Valley View Elementary. However, issues such as protecting children from sexually explicit library books and eliminating the access of males into female locker rooms remain legislatively unresolved. Special guests Mary Elizabeth Castle from Texas Values and parent Brian Talley join the conversation, providing valuable insights and perspectives.CONNECT:Website: https://eanesparentsunite.com
Families are rejoicing after many innocent people taken hostage by Hamas were released as a result of Israel's four-day ceasefire that was declared last Friday. President Biden has said his goal is to keep this pause going to allow for more hostages to be released and humanitarian aid to enter Gaza. However, many are afraid Hamas can't be trusted to keep the peace. On the Rundown, Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (R-NY) explains how she believes Hamas may "manipulate and abuse" the opportunity Israel has given them with this ceasefire and why this likely will not lead to a sooner end to the war. She also discusses the recent car explosion at the U.S.-Canada border and how it echoes the need for better security at our northern border, the fight over government funding in Washington, and how the migrant crisis continues impacting her state. As a result of the pandemic, students across the United States have been suffering from learning loss, and national test scores have been down dramatically. In the 2022-2023 school year, the Nation's Report Card showed the average test score for thirteen-year-olds dropped nine points in math and four in reading, compared to 2019. However, there are exceptions to America's education problem. The Early College at Guilford in Greensboro, North Carolina, appears to overcome the challenges of the pandemic and was recently named the best high school in America by U.S. News and World Report. The school's principal, Pete Kashubara, joins the Rundown to discuss what contributed to the school's success. Plus, commentary by FOX News Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A ceasefire fire truce between Israel and Hamas has been extended by two more days as the terror group released another group of hostages. Qatar has stepped in as the major mediator in hostage negotiations but also has a long history of supporting terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah. So, what are Qatar's real reasons for pushing for the release of hostages and why does Hamas seemingly listen to Doha's representatives? FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Dr. Jonathan Schanzer, senior vice president for research at Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and author of 'Gaza Conflict 2021: Hamas, Israel and Eleven Days of War,' about Qatar's support of terror groups and what do they get out of being the lead liaison of Hamas? Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mississippi Today's Adam Ganucheau, Bobby Harrison, Geoff Pender and Taylor Vance discuss the relationship between Gov. Tate Reeves, Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann and likely Speaker of the House Jason White. Will tensions in those relationships affect major policy proposals that will be debated during the 2024 legislative session?
President Joe Biden turned 81 last week. However, the celebration only brought attention to a recent AP-NORC poll indicating that nearly 80 percent of Americans think he is too old to serve a second term. Yet, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre says there aren't any behind-the-scenes worries about the President's old age. Democratic pollster and CEO of Schoen Cooperman Research, Carly Cooperman joins to break down voters' concerns about Biden's age and explain why his campaign is eager to dispute claims that another Democratic hopeful will emerge soon. With the Iowa Republican presidential caucuses less than two months away, former President Trump remains the overwhelming frontrunner in both the Hawkeye state and national polls. The Republican presidential hopefuls may need to upend Trump there if they want to have any chance of winning the nomination. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently won the endorsements of Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Bob Vander Plaats, an influential Evangelical conservative leader in the state. Some Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove discusses where the candidates stand ahead of the caucus and explains why endorsements can make or break a campaign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
President Joe Biden turned 81 years old this past week, making him the oldest person to serve as commander-in-chief. His birthday put an even brighter spotlight on the age issue that seems to be plaguing his poll numbers. Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, joined the Rundown's Dave Anthony to discuss the growing concern among Democrats over Biden being over the hill and incapable of serving four more years. Kondik also explained how other factors are playing into Biden's struggles, including voters being dissatisfied with his handling of the economy. However, he does note there is still time for the President to turn things around and why another Democrat replacing him on the ballot does not seem likely. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear our entire conversation with political analyst Kyle Kondik. On today's FOX News Rundown Extra, you'll hear even more of his take on the 2024 race and why President Biden's reelection campaign appears to be an uphill battle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Federal Reserve is holding off on rate hikes as they monitor inflation, which has gradually steadied over previous months. Many experts believe a "soft landing" for the economy is becoming more likely, but recession worries remain. Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager at UBS Jason Katz joins to discuss the economic factors the Fed is focused on, what consumer spending tells us about the economic climate, and if further rate hikes could be coming in the future. President Biden spared two lucky turkeys from the Thanksgiving table this week as he presided over the 76th annual Presidential Turkey Pardon. President and CEO of the National Turkey Federation Joel Brandenberger joins to discuss the history of the decades-old tradition, from the first official pardon in 1947 by President Truman, to President Biden's pardon of this year's turkeys, Liberty and Bell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Besides hosting multiple TV shows and a radio show for FOX News, Brian Kilmeade has written multiple books about America's history and the people who shaped our country. His latest release is, "Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality." It looks back at the relationship between President Theodore Roosevelt and Booker T Washington, a former slave who became an educator, an advisor to presidents, and a leader in the African American community. Recently Brian Kilmeade joined FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss the book and why he decided to focus on how that unlikely relationship impacted race relations in America. Kilmeade also weighed in on the ongoing war between Israel and Gaza and the importance of knowing the region's complex history. Kilmeade believes some of the anti-Israel and anti-Semitic protests are being fueled by misinformation about Israel. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear our entire conversation with FOX News' Brian Kilmeade. On today's FOX News Rundown Extra, you'll hear even more about Brian's take on American history and the war in the Middle East. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A four-day truce in the Israel-Hamas war took effect early Friday in order to secure the release of the first set of terrorist held hostages. There were thirteen women and children released in a deal that will set free up to fifty hostages being held. Israel's end of the deal, besides not carrying out any military operations, is to release nearly forty Palestinian prisoners from Ofer Prison, in the West Bank. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with FOX's Alex Hogan, from the Schneider Children's Medical Center, Petah Tikva, Israel, about the release and what could happen at the end of the four day truce. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The holiday shopping season has officially begun with an estimated 130 million people planning to “shop 'til they drop” this Black Friday. But the deals are no longer restricted to Friday, with many retailers rolling out holiday discounts earlier this month. This change is causing some to question whether or not Black Friday is still the best day for discounts. Founder and CEO of Storch Advisors, Gerald Storch, joins the Rundown to explain why he thinks Black Friday is more of a "concept" and not a holiday, why consumers are spending more right now, and share why he believes it will be a slow holiday season for retailers. Nearly forty percent of adults in the United States are considered obese, and many people are looking for a quick and easy way to lose weight. Ozempic, a popular drug used to treat diabetes, skyrocketed in popularity after celebrities began using it for weight loss. Now, doctors fear the long-term effects the drug may have on the world of health and fitness. FOX News Medical contributor and NYU Langone professor Dr. Marc Siegel explains how these drugs work, how overprescription of these drugs will hurt diabetes patients who need them, and how Ozempic became such a sought-after drug. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by a former investment banker and author of 'You Will Own Nothing,' Carol Roth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are five so-called 'Blue Zones' in the world where people live much longer than expected with somewhat of ease. The people living in these places are not obsessed with strict diets and exercise, it is more just their way of life. We speak to an expert on these 'blue zones' who says there is much we can learn from these cultures which we could apply to our own lives. FOX's Alex Hogan speaks with Dan Buettner, New York Times Best-selling author, National Geographic Fellow and founder of the 'Blue Zones', who has spent years studying the places and cultures where people live the longest and why. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Becky Swansburg, CEO of Stonewood Financial, has trained advisors across the country on incorporating tax-efficient retirement strategies into their practices. Becky focuses on the new reality that taxes in retirement likely won't be lower, and the tax risk to a plan is as significant as investment risk. She has some surprising insights, and a point of view on ways to introduce a conversation that has prospects and clients "all ears."
Decades before the United States desegregated, President Theodore Roosevelt and Booker T. Washington broke the racial barrier in American politics. The pair's professional relationship sparked outrage in Washington, as the country just passed the Jim Crow laws a decade prior. Brian Kilmeade, the host of FOX and Friends and the Brian Kilmeade show, joins the Rundown to discuss his new book, “Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality,” and shares why their friendship is something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is here, which means the winter holidays are just around the corner. Every year around this time, Americans prepare their Christmas shopping lists for loved ones, yet some families struggling financially are not able to give their kids presents for the holiday. Ret. Marine Colonel Ted Silvester is the Vice President of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, and he says his organization wants to support every family that seeks holiday help. He joins the podcast to share how Toys for Toys is breaking down barriers to provide families support and letting parents be the heroes. Plus, commentary from Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Frayed nerves, a warning by FBI Director Chris Wray of increased terror threat and a war in the Middle East have Americans on edge this holiday season. So, when an explosion happens at an international crossing between the United States and Canada, the possibility of a terror attack are our first thoughts. It happened Wednesday night when a car crashed and exploded at the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, New York. FOX's Gurnal Scott speaks with Bill Daly, security expert and former FBI investigator, about what we know about the incident and what is being done to secure important events and sites during the holidays. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Americans' views of crime and safety are changing. A recent Gallup poll revealed 40 percent of Americans fear walking alone at night and 60 percent think the criminal justice system is not tough enough on crime. Despite violent crime decreasing in 2023, the data shows clearly U.S. citizens' personal safety fears are at a three-decade-high. Director of Policing and Public Safety at the Manhattan Institute, Hannah Meyers, joins the Rundown to break down why Americans are feeling less safe in their own neighborhoods. As the holidays creep closer, more people are reporting stress and anxiety, for which they point to a variety of sources: family obligations, travel, financial stress, heated political discussions, and more. Is there a way to manage the holiday stress and keep the peace at the Thanksgiving dinner table? Clinical psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere says it is as easy as setting boundaries and knowing your limits. He joins the podcast to explain how families can avoid conversation landmines and potential family feuds this season. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Legislative Political Coordinator for AFGE Local 3283, Joey Graceffo, and Vice President of the Local, Bryan Johnson, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss how the Local handled recent shutdown questions. They also discussed the increasing concerns about the future of AI in the workforce. Business Manager for Ironworkers Local 550, William (Bill) Sherer II, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to talk about his recent election victory to be the next Mayor of Canton, Ohio. Sherer also discussed what it will be like to take part in contract negotiations from the other side of the table, and the ongoing expansion efforts of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village.
The Significance of Legislative History. 1. Exploration of Legislative History as a Source of Interpretation. Legislative history refers to the record of deliberations, debates, and documents generated during the drafting and passage of a law. Analyzing legislative history can shed light on the framers' intentions and the problems they sought to address. Significance: Legislative history is a valuable tool in constitutional interpretation. It helps courts understand the context in which a law was created, providing insights into the framers' goals and the societal issues they aimed to resolve. Example: In the case of District of Columbia v Heller (2008), which dealt with the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms, the Supreme Court analyzed the legislative history of the Second Amendment to understand the framers' intent. The Importance of Congressional Intent. 1. Understanding the Importance of Congressional Intent. The intent of the legislature, often referred to as congressional intent, holds a central place in constitutional analysis. Courts aim to discern the purpose and objectives that lawmakers had in mind when enacting a law. Significance: Congressional intent provides a guiding principle in constitutional interpretation. It ensures that the courts are aligned with the legislature's goals, preventing laws from being interpreted in ways contrary to the intentions of those who drafted and passed them. Example: In the case of Chevron USA Inc v Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. (1984), the Supreme Court emphasized the importance of deferring to an agency's interpretation of ambiguous statutes when Congress's intent is unclear. Techniques for Researching and Analyzing Legislative History. 1. Exploration of Techniques for Researching Legislative History. Researching legislative history involves examining a variety of documents, including committee reports, floor debates, and conference reports. This comprehensive approach helps uncover the nuances of legislative intent. Techniques: Committee Reports: These reports often contain detailed explanations of a bill's provisions and the problems it seeks to address. Floor Debates: Transcripts of debates can provide insights into lawmakers' views on specific provisions and their understanding of the law. Conference Reports: These reports reconcile differences between the House and Senate versions of a bill, offering a clearer picture of the final legislative compromise. Significance: By employing these techniques, researchers and legal practitioners can construct a more holistic understanding of legislative intent. Example: In United States v Rutherford (1982), the Supreme Court examined legislative history to determine whether Congress intended the term "use of a firearm" to include brandishing a firearm. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/law-school/support
Do you know your rights with diabetes? Our guest this week is John Griffin, a trial lawyer with more than 30 years of advocating in and out of the courtroom. He lives with type 2 himself – this is an eye opening and useful conversation. Griffin served as National Chair of the Board of the American Diabetes Association in 2011, and is the former Chair of the Association's Legislative and Regulatory Subcommittee. Also, if you've been given a blood glucose meter you probably know how to use it, but do you know how it works? We'll explain the chemistry going on here This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. More information about how your glucose meter works: More about c-peptide The information explaining Metformin comes from DiaTribe Find out more about Moms' Night Out Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! Take Control with Afrezza Omnipod - Simplify Life Learn about Dexcom Edgepark Medical Supplies Check out VIVI Cap to protect your insulin from extreme temperatures Learn more about AG1 from Athletic Greens Drive research that matters through the T1D Exchange The best way to keep up with Stacey and the show is by signing up for our weekly newsletter: Sign up today (no spam we promise) Here's where to find us: Facebook (Group) Facebook (Page) Instagram Twitter Check out Stacey's books! Learn more about everything at our home page www.diabetes-connections.com Reach out with questions or comments: email@example.com
October's consumer price index was flat and inflation slowed but prices of goods remain high. Besides the high prices at the grocery store, consistently high inflation means interest rates, home loans and financing for a new car will all remain high. While the CPI showed inflation was increasing at a slower rate, how and when will Americans see a decrease in everyday expenses? FOX's John Saucier speaks with Peter C. Earle, economist and author of American Institute for Economic Research's "Everyday Price Index", about the state of inflation, how it is impacting Americans and will there be some relief from high prices. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Major U.S. airlines are bracing for a record number of flyers during this Thanksgiving travel season, with one report projecting about 29.9 million passengers between November 17th and 27th. Travel issues arise during high-volume periods but many still remember in January 2023 when all planes in America were grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration for the first time since 9/11, stemming from a computer system error. U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg joins the Rundown to discuss why he's confident in the FAA this year, his faith in the future of electric vehicles and the resilience of America's travel infrastructure. President Joe Biden turned 81 years old on Monday, making him the oldest person to serve as commander-in-chief. Voters have expressed concern about President Biden's age, saying he is too old to be an effective leader. In fact, recent polling shows that former President Donald Trump is ahead by two points. Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, joins the Rundown to discuss how Biden's age will affect his reelection campaign and why Bidenomics isn't resonating with voters. Plus, commentary by Fox News Contributor and author of “The Magnificent Mischief of Tad Lincoln,” Raymond Arroyo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Renee Shaw hosts a 2024 legislative preview. Guests: State Senator Julie Raque Adams (R-Louisville), Senate Majority Caucus Chair; State Representative Suzanne Miles (R-Owensboro), House Majority Caucus Chair; State Senator Robin Webb (D-Grayson); and State Representative Lindsey Burke (D-Lexington).
A libertarian outsider and economist, nicknamed 'the Trump of Argentina', Javier Milei, of the Liberty Advances party, gained a decisive victory over an establishment center-left candidate over the weekend in Argentina's presidential election. Milei railed against the country's rampant inflation, high levels of poverty and government corruption to gain wide support. Milei becomes the world's first libertarian head of state. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with David Unsworth, foreign correspondent covering Latin America, about the election result's impact to Argentina and the region. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Though Congress is getting a break to spend Thanksgiving with loved ones, members have a lot of work to do when they return to Washington. House Republicans have their hands full with working across the aisle to reach a consensus on how to fund the government while cutting back spending, securing our southern border, aiding our allies in Ukraine and Israel, and more -- but will the Democratic-led Senate and President Biden be open to working alongside Republicans to avoid the back and forth we've seen thus far? On the Rundown, House Majority Leader Steve Scale (R-LA) discusses why he believes Republicans are on a great path forward under the new leadership of his fellow Louisianan Speaker Mike Johnson and how "unity" will be the tool Republicans need to pass the policies they're confident will better America. He also discusses how he's been doing since his cancer diagnosis earlier this year and why he remains grateful this holiday season. Inflation has started to cool off, allowing many to purchase more this holiday season. Americans are on pace to spend about 4.5 percent less on Thanksgiving dinner than they did last year, with key ingredients down about 20 percent. Stew Leonard Jr., owner of the Stew Leonard's grocery chain, joins the Rundown to discuss turkey prices and how inflation impacted the supply chain. Plus, commentary from former U.S. Senator and U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, Scott Brown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The crowded Republican presidential field is slowly shrinking ... but so are President Biden's polling numbers. Senator Tim Scott surprisingly suspended his campaign last week. While he was trailing in the polls, he had solid fundraising and was expected to at least remain through the Iowa caucuses. Meanwhile, President Biden, who is trailing former President Trump and the other top GOP hopefuls in national polls, is hearing concerns from his own party about his ability to win a second term. Earlier this week, the FOX News Rundown's Lisa Brady spoke to both FOX News Contributor and host of The Ben Domenech Podcast Ben Domenech and Democratic Strategist Kevin Walling about the state of the 2024 race. They both addressed how topics like President Biden's age, President Trump's legal troubles, and the economy were all weighing on the minds of voters. Both guests also discussed the impact independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could have on the race and which party he'd likely 'steal' votes from. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear our entire conversation with both Ben Domenech and Kevin Walling. On today's FOX News Rundown Extra, you'll hear our unedited interviews with both guests and get even more of their take on this 2024 presidential race. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the weeks since Hamas' deadly terror attack against Israel, anti-Semitic hate crimes have seen a historic rise across college campuses. The Biden Administration has rolled out new initiatives to combat the increase in hate crimes, but is the administration taking the right steps toward curbing attacks against Jewish Americans? President and CEO of Hillel International Adam Lehman shares what he believes the administration needs to do to stamp out antisemitism on college campuses, how the attacks on Israel have brought the issue to the forefront, and highlights the work that his organization does on campuses across the United States. During the third Republican presidential primary debate, candidates were asked about the United States' naval capabilities, as well as their approaches to deter China from invading Taiwan. Former Navy Captain and Senior Research Fellow Naval Warfare and Advanced Technologies at the Heritage Foundation Brent Sadler explains the Navy's plans for decommissioning ships and shares why the shrinking number of fleets signals to China that the country is not serious about defending Taiwan. Later, he discusses his takeaways from candidates' positions on the matter at the last debate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Congress averted a government shutdown this week, passing a continuing resolution. The unusual "laddered CR" bill, created by new House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA), will fund some departments until January 19th while others will be funded until February 2nd. Meanwhile, the House Ethics Committee issued its report on GOP Representative George Santos (R-NY), accusing him of using campaign funds inappropriately. FOX News Congressional Correspondent Aishah Hasnie shares her reporting on the latest from the halls of Congress. In his first visit to the United States in six years, Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in San Francisco earlier this week. In their hours-long talks, President Joe Biden and President Xi reached several agreements regarding fentanyl trafficking, military communications, and artificial intelligence. Gordon Chang, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Gatestone Institute and a China expert weighs in on what the agreements mean for the U.S. and explains why maintaining communication with China won't necessarily benefit the country's military. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices