Kevin Miller begins the show by reviewing the raid that killed the ISIS leader.  He updates the listening public on what is happening in Washington DC.  He takes calls on both topics.  Kevin Miller details a very special member of the mission that is getting a lot of attention.  A four-legged furry creature played a very crucial role in a top-secret U.S. military operation in Syria on Sunday. The Belgian Malinois pup is being hailed as a hero in the effort that ultimately resulted in the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's death.  The Pentagon says the dog was "slightly wounded and fully recovering," and because it will be returned to duty as part of a classified military unit, they would not be disclosing its identity.  Kevin Miller switches topics to focus on the future of America. A recent survey has revealed that 70% of millennials are somewhat or extremely like to vote for a socialist candidate.  The YouGov–Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation conducted the poll that also revealed that 50% of millennials have a somewhat or very unfavorable view of capitalism.  Interestingly, the poll found that millennials do not have as many negative feelings about socialism and communism as older generations who lived through the Cold War.  Kevin Miller asks the audience the following questions:  Where do you stand on socialism, capitalism, and communism?  Have your views changed on those platforms in the past few years and why?

 

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