The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Tuesday, July 5, 2016
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KEVIN PAUL SCOTT (Political Analyst and former Mike Huckabee Presidential Campaign Aide) A determined insurgency among some of the delegates to the Republican National Convention is growing, a last ditch effort to sidetrack the nomination of Donald Trump. The efforts focus on fighting state laws and party rules that bind delegates from states with winner-take-all primaries on the first ballot at the upcoming national convention.

ASHLEY COOK (Data security analyst) Hacking, unauthorized access to data, is so common these days that it was actually news this week when there were reports of a dip in Chinese hacking incidents. Much of the evolving cyber wars exist in critical areas of high-finance, military and intelligence circles. But there is a potential critical concern. Most life-saving hospital equipment contains almost no cybersecurity. Not only can it be hacked, but it is also easier to break into than your smartphone or Nintendo, and the results can be lethal. Hospitals and doctors’ offices have become some of the most desirable targets because they're so rich with personal information.

CLARK HODGES (Financial strategist) When the market first spoke, it gave a thumbs down vote on Brexit. But four trading days after Britain said it wants out of the European Union, the markets sending a much different message: Brexit, it turns out, isn't such a big deal after all. The bounce-back performance of the Dow Jones industrial average on Tuesday and Wednesday illustrates the market's shifting view on the risk Brexit poses. In a clear sign investors fear the Brexit fallout less, the Dow has put together back-to-back 200-plus- point gains totaling 554 points - its best two days since August.

Fox News Radio's SIMON OWEN (Live from London) Nigel Farage announced Monday that he will step down as the leader of the UK Independence Party, saying, "I've done my bit" to get Britain out of the European Union. He said the party was "in a good position" following the EU referendum and that his political ambition had been achieved.

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