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FAA Lifts Ban on US Carrier Flights to Israel

A ban on flights to Ben Grunion Airport in Tel Aviv has been lifted and US airlines are resuming journeys to Israel.   The decision by the Federal Aviation Administration to prevent flights faced criticism from a wide range of players like Mike Bloomberg and Texas Senator Ted Cruz.  Israeli Prime Minister Bebe Netanyahu had particularly harsh words, especially since flights were still being allowed in to areas like Pakistan. Read more...

Bob Dole Returns to Political Stage to Attack Obamacare, IRS, VA Scandals [AUDIO][VIDEO]

Bob Dole is stepping back on to the political stage to help out a political friend in Kansas.    The 91 year old former Presidential candidate struggled to speak in the ad attacking Obamacare, the IRS scandal and VA scandal among other things.  The Morning Answer crew played the slow moving and melancholy clip. Read more...

Jesse Lee Peterson: Obama a 'Deadbeat Dad' [AUDIO]

On Monday, Texas Governor Rick Perry announced he was sending 1,000 Texas National Guard members to the US border.  Perry said he can no longer wait for the President to act as gang members and drug cartels continue to flood in to the state.  AM870 weekend host Reverend Jesse Peterson joined the Morning Answer to talk about the immigration crisis at the border and its effect on black citizens of the US. Read more...

Lt Col Robert Maginnis: Putin Wins in Malaysia Airline Attack [AUDIO]

The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 near the Russia-Ukraine border was the result of a missile fired by Pro-Russian rebels according to an initial US assessment.  AM870 Military Advisor Lt. Colonel Robert Maginnis joined the Morning Answer to talk about what may have happened in the final moments of the flight. Read more...

Edward Klein's 'Blood Feud' Details Hatred Between Clintons, Obamas [AUDIO]

New York Times Best Selling author Edward Klein is back with a new book.  “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas” details the conflict between the two couples is more than a political rivalry.  Klein joined the Morning Answer on Thursday to discuss his latest writings. Read more...

John Kerry Left Out of Israeli Hamas Negotiations [AUDIO]

Israel says it will exert great force against Gaza’s Hamas rulers after the militants rejected a truce agreement.   Israel stood down for 6 hours yesterday while mulling an Egyptian truce but resumed missile attacks in the afternoon after Hamas continued to launch rockets. Read more...

Katie Pavlich Talks Immigration, War on Women, Leftist Hypocrisy [AUDIO]

Thousands of illegal immigrants continue to flood over the border in Texas as the border patrol struggles to keep up.  By some estimates the number now tops 60,000.  Townhall editor and Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich has spent a lot of time covering the border and she joined The Morning Answer on Tuesday to discuss and analyze the latest in the crisis and talk about the hypocrisy of the left. Read more...

President Obama, Joe Biden Continue to Whine [AUDIO]

President Obama continues to insist he will take action himself on issues.  In his weekly media address he whined that Republicans have blocked “every serious idea” to strengthen the middle class and that’s when he’s acted this year to help working Americans “on [his] own.”  Read more...

Dodgers Liable for Brian Stow Beating [AUDIO]

A Los Angeles jury has found the Dodgers partially liable for the Brian Stow beating.  According to the 9-3 finding, the former entity that owned the Dodgers was 25% at fault for the beating.  The two assailants, Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez were held 37.5% responsible each.  Former owner Frank McCourt escaped any liability for the case.  Based on the outcome, the Dodgers are expected to pay Stow around $14 million dollars. Read more...

Ben Shapiro: Feds Hoping for Violent Incident in Murrieta [AUDIO]

Federal agents are still attempting to bring buses of illegal immigrants in to Murrieta and the residents are still succeeding in blocking them.  Busloads of 140 immigrants were supposed to be brought in to the Border Patrol station every 72 hours but instead have been diverted to San Ysidro after protests by locals.  It doesn’t look like the citizens will be giving up any time soon. Read more...