On The Show Today
Nov 06 2013
- Election recap: Chris Christie wins and Ken Cuccinelli loses, Democrat wins New York Mayor
- Obamacare still in news---Dems scramble to sponsor legislative delays in enrollment and penalties to save their own rears
- Student Loan debt under Obama up 463%
JOHN MCLAUGHLIN - McLaughlinOnline.com
John McLaughlin has worked professionally as a strategic consultant and pollster for over 30 years. He is founding partner of Opiniones Latinas, a public opinion research company dedicated to researching opinions of Latinos nationwide.
FEATURED GUEST: MIKE ROGERS - MikeRogers.House.Gov
Mike has served Michigan’s Eighth Congressional District in Congress since 2001. In 2011, Mike was appointed as Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and is a national leader on national security policy. He also serves on the Energy and Commerce Committee.
MAGGIE GALLAGHER - MaggieGallagher.com
American Principles in Action Report shows the GOP needs values voters
For 25 years, Maggie has been a thought leader on life, religious liberty and especially marriage. She is the author of four books on marriage (including “The Case for Marriage” with University of Chicago Prof. Linda J. Waite); her latest book “Debating Same-sex Marriage” (co-authored with Prof. John Corvino) was published in 2012 by Oxford University Press. After founding and running a think-tank on marriage (the Institute for Marriage and Public Policy), Maggie went on to co-found the National Organization for Marriage in 2007, which the Washington Post called the “pre-eminent organization” fighting the legalization of same-sex marriage. Her Weekly Standard piece “Banned in Boston” launched a national debate over the religious liberty consequences of same-sex marriage. Maggie stepped down from the board of NOM in the summer of 2012; she currently serves as a senior fellow with the American Principles Project.
NEWT GINGRICH - cnn.com/crossfire
Newt's latest book "Breakout" is out now
Newt Gingrich is the Co-Host of “Crossfire” on CNN returning tonight at 6:30 PM ET) and the former Speaker of the House.