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Voters are headed to the polls in key primary races. We’ll tell you which races have the potential to impact the balance of power in Washington.

Tyler Alcorn is a four-tour, Special Forces combat veteran, and he is running for office in the state of Colorado. We ask him why he feels the need to serve his country yet again.

Starting Tuesday, children as young as 6 months old can get a COVID-19 vaccine, and President Joe Biden is pushing for it. We’ll hear from a medical expert about what it could mean.

Over the past few years, many of communist China’s Confucius Institutes have been shut down due to U.S. government concerns about propaganda and espionage. But did they really shut down? A new report answers that and explains how the communist regime continues to maintain influence on college campuses.

We had a chance to speak with Congressman Jim Banks on the resurgence of the Chinese Communist Party’s soft power campaign on American soil.

Rachelle Peterson is director of policy at the National Association of Scholars, and she wrote the book on China’s soft power campaign and Confucius Institutes. She joins us to discuss.

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