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Dr. John S. Baker Jr. and Dan Perkins

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Dr. John S. Baker Jr. is a member of The Federalist Society, President and Chairman of The Foundation For Self Government, and Professor Emeritus at the Louisiana State University Law Center. He is also the author of How To Get Illegals To Go Home and he will stop in to discuss the book and his thoughts on illegal immigration. "The key to a long life of mental acuity depends, in part, on how secure a person feels about getting older in the first place. New research published Feb. 7th, 2018 in the Public Library of Science supports the idea that cultural constructs around how people perceive age contribute to the development of dementia. People who associate old age with uselessness or senility are more likely to develop dementia than people who associate it with positive attributes, such as wisdom and respect. Dan Perkins, contributor to DailyCaller.com, Lifezette.com, ClashDaily.com, DailySurge.com, and TheHill.com., drops by to discuss that and his book Why Can't Grammy Remember Me?. And don't forget about the Edwards Notebook and the Veteran's Tip of the Day! All of this and more as time allows. Listen live, join the chatroom, be a part of the show.

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