Today's guests:  6 a.m. - Cassie Smedile from the Republican National Committee.  She reviews the week that was with Kevin Miller.  They detail how the Democrats are reacting to the tragic shooting throughout the country.  Kevin Miller reports that Albertson's has settled their proposed lawsuit with a local baker.  Kevin Miller shares a story concerning a car maker having a heart.   The story involves Wesley Ryan sold his beloved 1993 Mustang GT in order to pay for his wife's cancer treatments. Through a stroke of luck, his son found the car for sale back in September. So his kids all chipped in to buy it back. Unfortunately, the car hadn't been treated very well over the last 17 years and needed lots of expensive work. When Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford heard about Ryan's story, he reached out to the family with an offer to restore the muscle car back to its former glory, plus add a few modern-day goodies. On Thursday, Ryan was invited to the automaker's headquarters in Dearborn to receive the keys to his car.   Kevin Miller asks the audience the following: Which was the best car you owned? Would you buy it back if you found it for sale?  ; 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland has the latest on Syria and ISIS ; 7 a.m. - Michael Harrison of Gun Owners of America ; 7:35 a.m. Fox News Radio's Simon Owen reports life has been sent to the Moon ; 8 a.m. - William Gheen from ALIPAC ; 8:35 a.m. - Fox News' Jon Decker reports live from the White House.

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