**SCHUMER AND PUTIN?? SHOULD THERE BE A FULL INVESTIGATION?
**PELOSI, TROUBLE RECALLING PAST MEETINGS? DID SHE MEET WITH THE RUSSIANS?
**WILL THE LIBERALS REPORT ON THE ANTI TRUMP CRIMINAL CONVICTED OF JEWISH HATE CRIMES?
**MS-13 MURDERS ON THE RISE AS THE US STANDS STILL ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
**HEALTHCARE DEBATE CONTINUES ON THE HILL - WHERE EXACTLY IS THE BILL?
4:05PM ET - Rep. Roger Williams of Texas and Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania of the Freedom Caucus react to the week of the President’s joint session of Congress, the behavior of their Democratic colleagues and the liberal media’s desire to turn every event into a breaking news story. What will Congress do to ensure the American people that the healthcare repeal and replace promise is kept?
House Republicans are coming under growing pressure to release their ObamaCare repeal and replace plan ahead of committee markups that could begin next week. Even some Republican lawmakers are criticizing their party for the lack of access to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's draft bill, which is apparently being kept in a designated room in the Capitol where entry is limited to certain members. “We want to see the bill. We have many objections,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told a swarm of reporters Thursday as he tried to get into the room where he thought the bill was located. “We're here asking for a written copy of this because this should be an open and transparent process.” (h/t The Hill)
4:30PM ET - Rick Burgess of the Rick and Bubba Show, has a new 40 day devotional called How To Be A Man. A little bit about this devotional:
How to Be a Man: Pursuing Christ-centered Masculinity seeks to storm the hearts of men to define what manhood looks like in the world today. And the best example we have is that of Christ. The authors have identified eight core characteristics we see in the person of Christ, seeing Him & His actions as expressions of the model man: identity, integrity, purpose, surrender, passion, commitment, compassion, and influence.
This 40-day devotional will spur you on to a more passionate pursuit of Christ-centered manhood. It’s designed to give you manageable devotional content that shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes to read, and questions (what we call “Processing the Pursuit”) that will challenge you to apply what you’re learning in your life in order to become a real man of God.
5:05pm ET - Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr., author of the new book Cop Under Fire: Moving Beyond the Hashtags of Race, Crime and Politics, stops by to talk about the current political climate, and what he thinks is needed to mend the broken fences.
Written in his characteristically no-nonsense style, Cop Under Fire examines the ways in which America has become increasingly polarized in recent years. With growing racial tension, animosity toward law enforcement, government corruption, and disregard for the constitution, no easy answer is in sight. But Sheriff Clarke knows where we must begin: we must stop blaming others; look at our problems with open eyes; take ownership of our family, community, and country; and turn to God for solutions. “You might pick up this book because you have seen me on television or heard me on the radio,” says Sheriff Clarke.
“But I have to admit: most hand-wringing pundits have no idea what they’re talking about when it comes to ‘police brutality,’ racial politics, and the intersection of law enforcement and some of the poorer people of America. I want to shed light on these topics to give Americans a better understanding of the scope of the problem, the challenges we’re facing, and – hopefully – some solutions.” Deeply rooted in Sheriff Clarke’s personal life story, Cop Under Fire is not a dry recitation of what has gone wrong in America. It’s about the issues that deeply affect us today – both personally and politically – and how we can rise above our current troubles to once again be a truly great people in pursuit of liberty and justice for all.