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Heather Mac Donald gets silenced by campus mobs for trying to express her ideas from *The War on Cops.* She has data to back up her perspective. She joins Bob for a free exchange of ideas on the criminal justice system, and the power and pitfalls of proactive policing.
Ted Hadzi-Antich, Senior Attorney at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, says the EPA is breaking the law and bypassing the experts.
Do you have information on the whereabouts of the missing American jury? Call (424) BOB-SHOW with all leads.
A general surgeon explains what's wrong with the Republican's most recent attempt at "repeal and replace."
History is being written in Venezuela, as the chavista government attempts to drag the rest of Latin America down the road of 21st-century socialism.
LA community college student fights for his rights to free speech on campus.
Some viewed the fall of the Soviet Union as the beginning of “The End of History.” Today's headlines remind us that history is not over. Russia's aggressive imperialism in Ukraine and its meddling in the Middle East have put it back at center stage.
The Professor is in.
What kind of Judge is Neil Gorsuch?
Jerry Brown thought we didn't need a Department of Education.