Greg talks to Ford’s Product Development Engineer Tom Miller about MyKey technology. MyKey allows a parent to limit their child’s car speed, lower the radio volume, and other safety measures without being in the car. Would you use this technology? Is it babying your kids? If you don’t trust your kids to drive safely should they be driving at all?
Dateline talks to David Freddoso of National Review Online about his book The Case Against Barack Obama. Freddoso says Barack is not the reformer he claims to be.
What do you think?
On Friday, the Connecticut State Supreme Court voted 4-3 to legalize gay marriage. The decision means Connecticut joins Massachusetts and California as states approving full-fledged gay marriage – all by court decisions. So how did this case proceed in Connecticut? Will there be a grass roots effort to reverse it? And what is the latest on the effort to restore the traditional definition of marriage to the California state constitution. We ask Peter Sprigg, Vice President for Policy at the Family Research Council.
Vote fraud investigations are taking place in virtually every battleground state and most of the probes are focused on ACORN, the inner city community organizers dedicated to registering massive numbers of new voters in support of Barack Obama. So what kind of vote fraud is happening? How widespread is it? How closely is Obama really linked to ACORN? And can we get a fair election? We ask S.A. Miller of The Washington Times.
With just three weeks until Election Day, The Capitol Steps are giving equal time to making fun of Barack Obama and John McCain. Our guest is Capitol Steps star Elaina Newport.
After a week of plummeting stock prices, Wall Street went for a wild ride on Friday. The Dow Jones sunk hundreds of points at the opening bell, eventually swung up a few hundred before settling down 128 points. So what’s happening? Why are investors acting this way? Is government intervention a good thing or a bad thing? We ask Ken Shreve, Content Editor at investors.com, the website for Investor’s Business Daily.
The Washington Times reports Barack Obama has been engaging in quiet negotiations with the Iraqi government about the terms of any agreement designed to keep American forces in Iraq past the end of this year. Is that an appropriate role for Obama to play since he could be president early on in this new agreement? Or is it the height of arrogance for someone who hasn’t won anything yet? We ask Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army (Retired).
Thursday’s top stories…What happened on Wall Street on Thursday? Why won’t the markets bounce back? Why does John McCain say his $300 billion mortgage bailout plan is the best way to solve the financial crisis? And why does Barack Obama say McCain’s plan is deeply flawed? We answer all these questions as we discuss the top stories for Thursday, October 9, 2008.
More headlines from Thursday…economic insight from Steve Forbes, John McCain goes after Barack Obama on taxes and Obama’s questionable friends and Obama fires back. Listen here!
Barack Obama is shattering all sorts of campaign fundraising records, but is he breaking finance laws in the process? Why are many people giving more than the legal limit? And why is there no disclosure for $225 million raised by the campaign? We get the latest from Ken Timmerman of NewsMax.com.