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1,261 views • December 8, 2022

Newsmakers (Dec. 7): Next Steps for House Republicans’ Investigations

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We speak to U.S. Rep. Huizenga about the collapse of the crypto giant FTX and the shady political deals done by former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. Southwest Airlines flight attendant Charlene Carter shares her experience of getting reinstated by Southwest after she was fired for expressing pro-life views. Jake Warner, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, talks with Newsmakers about the Supreme Court case of the web designer who doesn’t want to make websites for same-sex weddings. U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan joins the show to share what the next steps are for House Republicans’ investigations. Akash Chougule, vice president of Americans for Prosperity, talks to Newsmakers about the economy and the big spending bill Democrats want to push through Congress. Hudson Institute senior fellow Gen. Robert Spalding talks about the ongoing anti-lockdown protests in China, and how they could affect the economy of both the United States and China. The collapse of the crypto giant FTX Fired by Southwest Airlines for pro-life views Supreme Court case of web designer who refuses to make websites for same-sex weddings Next steps for House Republicans’ investigations The economy and the Democrats’ big spending bill The economic effects of China’s anti-lockdown protests
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