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The Sage of South Central, Larry Elder, will be our guest to discuss his riveting new book, Dear Father, Dear Son…Two Lives, Eight Hours, which describes his horrific childhood with a brutal father who beat him and his brothers on a regular, albeit not always predictable, basis. How did growing up in this environment shape his future, especially his attitude about fathers and their absence? He has spoken eloquently about the epidemic of broken families in the black community, but what about American society in general? We’ll also ask him the case of former Los Angeles cop Christopher Dorner, now accused of two murders, and author of a bizarre manifesto. The Lame Stream Media has scrubbed references to Mr. Dorner’s admiration for well-known media liberals like Chris Matthews and Piers Morgan, as well as his admiration for Barack Obama. After her star turn before the Senate, in which she received was praised to the skies for asking the brilliant question “what difference does it make?” why four Americans were slaughtered under her watch in Benghazi, Hillary Clinton enjoys absurdly high approval ratings, proving again the power of the LSM to shape public perception. In retrospect, she’s probably happy that she didn’t have to take that 3 a.m. phone call. Neither did Obama, who was AWOL. We’ll ask our guest, prolific author Jack Cashill, about “Hillary’s First Lie,” about the questions he thinks prospective CIA director John Brennan must answer about Obama’s passport and the One’s mysterious 1981 trip to Pakistan.Michelle travels to Chicago to use a dead girl as a prop. Marco Rubio will deliver one response to the State of the Union Address. He is articulate and popular, but is he an Article II Natural Born Citizen?
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