Today's guests: 6 a.m. - Blair Ellis from the Republican National Committee; Kevin Miller previews tonight's Democratic Presidential debate that will be televised on ABC.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners giving their thoughts on who will come out of the debate the winner.  6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland says the Democrat-led House is still exploring impeachment ; 7 a.m. - Rich Noyes from the Media Research Center highlights the latest anti-Trump media bias  Kevin Miller details a new type of car that some say could run forever.   If someone said to you they were going to build a car that runs forever, you'd think they're nuts, right?  Well, call Toyota nuts. Toyota has teamed up with Sharp and New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization of Japan to build a vehicle that might run forever. The test Prius could revolutionize transportation by using the best solar panels money can buy, super-efficient batteries and decades of car-making know-how. Now, even though cars running nonstop without connecting to a hose or plug is still far away, what will it take for this project to be successful?  What automotive breakthroughs would you like to see?  ; 8 a.m. – David Bozell of ForAmerica.org with his unique take on current political news ; 8:35am - Fox News' Jon Decker reports live from the White House.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners reacting to his concerns about guns being allowed in grocery stores in Idaho.
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