On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst calls in, and Daniel Pettit and Mark Carter of Trailhead Builders International joins Shane Vander Hart.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Roger Gannam with Liberty Counsel and Bruce Klingner with the Heritage Foundation join Shane Vander Hart this week.
The Democratic Congressional Candidate Committee (DCCC) says there is no abortion litmus test, then say they won’t work with Democrats for Life of America.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate joins Shane Vander Hart, and Dr. Karen Effrem discusses Social-Emotional Learning.
Thomas More Society takes the defense of David Daleiden’s First Amendment Rights to the Supreme Court in Daleiden et al v. National Abortion Federation.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Jake Porter and Republican Congressional Candidate Christopher Peters join us.
Former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) launched the Conservative Partnership Initiative a non-profit that will support advancing conservative policies in Congress.
Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett discusses his gubernatorial campaign and Jason and David Benham talk about standing for Christ on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart discusses the life and work of Gordon H. Clark with Doug Douma and Mike Ericson on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Iowans for Tax Relief: There are many reasons Iowa’s income tax system should be reformed, but generating more revenue is not one of them.
The Reynolds-Gregg team announced that U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst will serve as state Co-Chairs of their gubernatorial campaign.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss singles in the Church with Gina Dalfonzo and Common Core Classrooms with Joy Pullman on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Defense Secretary James Mattis announced before a July 1 deadline that he will defer implementation of the Obama’s transgender policy until January 1, 2018.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Shane Vander Hart discussed the Senate reform bill with Chris Jacobs, and then discussed a big decision in the Supreme Court.
The Department of Justice’s Civil Division was not consistently referring cases of sexual misconduct to the OIG, potentially violating federal law.
On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act (H.R. 3003) which included language from Sarah’s Law.