Today's guests: 6 a.m. - Paul Dietzel, CEO of Anedot Inc. say he has a new platform to gather Republican donations.  Kevin Miller looks at a very unique story involving some criminals and an ATM.  Most thieves steal ATMs from banks.  Kevin Miller points out that banks generally have the most amount of money on hand, robbing them is a federal crime. And while smaller targets, like sandwich shops, are much easier, they generally don't have a lot of cash in their registers.  Kevin Miller looks at the crazy robbers and asks so what's a robber to do? Steal the ATM from a sandwich shop. That's exactly what a pair of burglars did Friday morning at an eatery on the South Side of Chicago. Police say the thieves pulled off the heist with great efficiency, backing up to the front door with a dark-colored van, tying a rope to it and ripping it off the hinges by driving away. They then loaded the cash machine into the vehicle and sped off. There's no word on how much money was in the ATM. Police say the incident is "under investigation." Wouldn't it have been easier -- and more profitable -- to steal an outdoor ATM? What's the most expensive item that ended up in your possession without paying for it? ; 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Tonya J Powers reports actor Kevin Spacey is going back to court ; 7:35 a.m. – Also from Fox, Eben Brown has the latest on Jeffrey Epstein ; 8 a.m. - Law professor Dr. John Eastman talks about adding the citizenship question to the U.S. Census ; 8:35 a.m. – Bonnie Shelton from the City of Boise with a preview of a new Zoo Boise exhibit.
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