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Mark Levin hosts FOX News Channel's "Life, Liberty and Levin." The program aims to explore the fundamental values and principles of American society, politics, culture, and current events and the impact that these things have on the nation's future and the everyday lives of the citizens. Levin also hosts "The Mark Levin Show," and prior to joining FOX, he served as an adviser to some of President Ronald Reagan's cabinet members.

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Historian Niall Ferguson discusses the present dangers posed by Russia and China and compares the classic Cold War between the U.S. and USSR and the modern Cold War between the U.S. and China.
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Former U.S. Attorneys General Ed Meese and Michael Mukasey join Mark to analyze Robert Mueller's testimony on Capitol Hill.
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Professor Charles Kesler of Claremont McKenna College joins Mark to discuss the Constitution, the purpose of immigration, and how to define racism.
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Pastor John Hagee joins Mark to discuss the importance of America's relationship with Israel, the nation's Judeo-Christian foundations and how Pastor Hagee brought together the evangelical and orthodox Jewish communities.
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Professor John Marini discusses governmental abuse of power and its effect on individual liberty.
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Mark sits down with political strategist Mark Penn.
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