Today's guests:  6 a.m. - Tom Pyle of the Institute for Energy Research reviews current energy policy.  Kevin Miller and Mr. Pyle review the reasons why gasoline prices continue to rise in the state of Idaho.  They look at the future of fossil fuels verses alternative energy such as solar, water, and nuclear.  Kevin Miller looks at the recent HBO miniseries Chernobyl.  Kevin Miller looks at a crazy story concerning Dodge ball and the country of Canada.  As if we couldn't kick kids (and adults) who hold a special love for the game of dodgeball any harder while they're already down...  Canadian researchers have blasted the game as a tool of "oppression."According to professor Joy Butler, at the University of British Columbia: "When you're setting up the environment for students to learn, and you introduce the idea that it's OK to slam the ball at whomever you like, even if it's with a soft ball, the intention is there." Instead, she says teachers should help kids "control their aggression and move on instead of expressing themselves through anger," the Washington Post reports.The researchers claim the game teaches kids to dehumanize and harm one another.  Kevin Miller poses the following questions:  Who wants to go to Canada with a bunch of dodgeballs? Not the soft kind but the real, you can feel the concussion before it hits your head, dodgeballs? You know the ones they've already outlawed? Do you know anyone else who has a problem with dodgeball? Are we proving her point about aggression?  ; 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Simon Owen reports live from the beaches of Normandy on this 75th anniversary of D-Day ; 7 a.m. - Rep. Russ Fulcher with a Washington Update ; 7:35 a.m. - Fox News' Tonya J Powers says most Americans think "fake news" is a big problem ; 8 a.m. - Megan Barth of ReaganBabe.com with a review of current political news ; 8:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Jared Halpern has the latest on Mexico Tariffs.

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