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January 27, 2012

On our first installment of our new, special monthly episodes (last Friday of every month) where we exclusively focus on "The Road to the White House" -- Dr. Kevin Shaver, assistant professor of economics at Duquesne will be our special guest. Dr. Shaver will join our regular panelists and host Chris Moore to discussion the Economy, the Election and the The Road to the White House.


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On our first installment of our new, special monthly episodes (last Friday of every month) where we exclusively focus on "The Road to the White House" -- Dr. Kevin Shaver, assistant professor of economics at Duquesne will be our special guest. Dr. Shaver will join our regular panelists and host Chris Moore to discussion the Economy, the Election and the The Road to the White House.


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