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Holding back nothing, Edward Cage is with us tonight once again since his last visit on episode 981. Topics include Jussie Smollet, what the African American community is looking for as we approach 2020 and socialism in America.

Ed was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Raised on the city’s North side, he was faced with countless challenges, each of which he overcame. Edward’s teen years were full of pain and confusion, including becoming a father at the age of sixteen. He dropped out of high school and began to sell drugs, but when so many of his old school mates were killed or locked up, Edward decided to make a change. He got a job at a sandwich shop. While working there he learned
a great truth: he couldn’t read or write. Mad at the world generally white people specifically, he turned to Islam.

But as he taught himself to read and write, he started to see life in Black America differently. He stopped feeling sorry for himself, and walked away from Islam. This journey has taken him from liberalism to being a God-fearing, strong-minded, thought-provoking, in-your-face Christian Conservative with an attitude. As Edward says, “Once I was able to read past a third grade level with
comprehension I never voted Democratic again, I ran with my wife and kids off the plantation to freedom.

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Then Daniel Horowitz returns with an important message: there is no room for complacency just because Trump is President… conservatives must fight harder now, more than ever. Daniel is a Senior Editor at Conservative Review and a regular guest on nationally syndicated radio programs such as Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Steve Deace, along with weekly appearances on more than ten regional radio shows. Horowitz’s pieces are often quoted in articles in the Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and on Fox News. Horowitz resides in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife and three children.

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