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THE INDICTMENT OF FORMER SPEAKER DENNIS HASTERT HAS RAISED A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT WHO HE WAS PAYING OFF. ROB OFFERS HIS OPINIONS.
ALSO, CUBA HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY REMOVED FROM THE TERROR WATCH LIST.
PLUS, RAND PAUL’S WAR HAWK COMMENTS ON IRAQ ARE DISCUSSED & THE SAUDI-9/11 CONNECTION AND ZACARIUS MOUSSAOUI.
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