Are lawmakers on the brink of a compromise plan to bail out the financial industry? What are the key players saying about where we stand right now? What have John McCain and Barack Obama been saying today about the financial crisis and whether they should debate on Friday? We have all the latest details in an extended newscast on this pivotal day in the financial debate and just 40 days remaining until Election Day.
What major bank is now looking for help to stay in business? What are experts saying about John McCain’s decision to stop campaigning and even debating until the bailout legislation is complete? And why did Pakistani troops fire on American helicopters along the Afghan border? Listen here for all the details.
Fresh polling from Strategic Vision shows Barack Obama and John McCain running neck-and-neck in the critical states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Hampshire. Obama is ahead by a sliver in all three states, so why is this good news for Republicans? How is the economy impacting the results? We discuss these questions and others with David Johnson, CEO of Strategic Vision.
There’s plenty wrong if you ask many conservatives. So what would they pursue instead? What would stabilize our and even grow our economy? And what changes in regulations should be enacted? We ask Peter Ferrara, Contributing Columnist for The American Spectator”.
There is still a good chance the first debate between John McCain and Barack Obama will take place Friday night in Mississippi. But in addition to scrutinizing the candidates, what kind of performance can we expect from the members of the media who will be asking the questions. What topics will dominate? Will we see hardballs or softballs? And will the questions be objective or betray a bias for a candidate of a policy position? We ask Robert Knight, Director of the Culture and Family Institute.
The first trip to the emergency room can be a bit traumatic for kids and their parents. What are some things to keep in mind before your child needs that urgent care? That’s we ask famed pediatrician Dr. Bill Sears.
From John McCain suspending his campaign to Barack Obama’s response to the latest wrangling over the bailout plan on Capitol Hill, we’ve got your top new covered for Wednesday, September 24, 2008.
Why is a former Republican Senate Majority Leader working enthusiastically with a former Democratic president? That’s what we ask former Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist as he joins us to discuss the goals and mission of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Why is the president’s bailout plan facing steeper and steeper odds in the U.S. Congress? What is the conservative alternative? Is John McCain making the right move by suspending his campaign until Congress deals with this issue? We discuss all this and much more with John Gizzi, Political Editor at Human Events.
With just 41 days remaining until Election Day, Republican Presidential Nominee John McCain says he will suspend his campaign on Thursday and work in a bipartisan manner to craft the best possible legislation to address the financial crisis on Wall Street. He wants Barack Obama to put his campaign on hold as well and agree to postpone the first debate scheduled for Friday. So what should we make of this move and is John McCain the right choice to lead this country back to financial stability? That’s what we ask Republican Party Chairman Mike Duncan.