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Topics in today’s show:

– Following the Republican wave in the Midterm election, DNC chairperson Debbie Wasserman-Schultz said that her party has a problem.

– In China, a Government think tank says that it’s time to abolish China’s one child policy. 144 more words

Public Opinion

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Topics in today’s show:

– President Obama attended a banquet following the Asia Pacific Economic Summit.

– Still smarting from the GOP wave at the recent Midterm election, President Obama says he heard the voice of the people. 133 more words

Public Opinion

Forbes: Putin Most Powerful

Forbes magazine has ranked Russian president Vladimir Putin the world’s most powerful person. President Obama came in second,” Jodi Miller reports. “But it’s really not fair, because in Russia being president is a fulltime job.” Miller also features illegal border crossers, TSA, Kim Kardashian, Willie Nelson and Bruce Jenner in this edition of NewsBusted.

LOL

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Topics in today’s show:

Forbes magazine has ranked Russian President Vladimir Putin as the World’s most powerful person.

– A new study shows that 94% of illegal border crossers do not show up for their scheduled court appearance. 91 more words

Public Opinion

Ebola Driven By Politics?

NewsBusted’s Jodi Miller reports, “President Obama says America’s Ebola response should not be driven by fear. Yeah, right! He feels it should be driven by politics.” Also featured by Miller are Midterm elections, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Michelle Obama, Denver’s Champ Bailey.

President Obama

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Topics in today’s show:

– The Midterm election shellacking the Democrats suffered last week is not all bad news for President Obama.

– The fallout from the Republican landslide in last week’s Midterm election is still taking place. 87 more words

Public Opinion

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Topics in today’s show:

– The Midterm election is over and the Republicans have taken control of The Senate.

– Pollsters attribute the huge GOP victory in the Midterm election down to one major factor. 96 more words

Public Opinion