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Broken Window

October 18, 2019


Kevin O’Neill calls in this morning to discuss today’s political climate, stocks, market, family values, sports and more. Elliot Lane introducing Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference – the premier gathering of cannabis entrepreneurs and investors in North America. Lou Michels joins us for hour two talking about law violations and it’s enforcement measures, Big People’s cheating, necessity of law regulation, the problem of water and human waste as federal offense, American-Ukrainian scandal,sports and more.

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A Lie Without Lying

October 17, 2019


Wayne Madsen of Wayne Madsen Report calls in for hour one to discuss Turkish conflict, American-Armenian relations, organized crime and money laundering, labeled names, market reaction to impeachment in history and more.Hour two with Fari Hamzei talking about escalation of Mid Eastern situation, inflation, market, debts and feds. David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures talks current economy conditions, Fed’s influence on the market, interest rates, stocks, property value and much more.

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The Camel Is A Horse Designed By Committee

October 16, 2019


Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one talking about market, numbers, banking, currency, taxes and working ethics. Russell Rhoads joins Chief for hour two discussing Chicago schools, local and foreign students, economy, real estate risks and much more .

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Marathon Man

October 15, 2019


Chicago attorney, Brendan Cournane, is in-studio recapping his 100th marathon! Chief and Brendan also talk Bears football, Turkey and much more. Joel Elconin of Benzinga previews Michigan’s big game at Penn State this week before discussing the Fed’s effect on these markets.

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Character Matters

October 14, 2019


Chief and Matty Weber open the show discussing MLB’s ‘un-juicing’ of the baseballs for the postseason before reflecting on Kyle Long’s tenure as a Chicago Bear and today’s political landscape. John Flanagan returns to the show to discuss the latest on the whistle blower situation and the fact that phone calls have not been taped at the White House since the 1970s.

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