We aren’t sure we would call it “magic,” but this is where something happens.
We aren't sure we would call it "magic," but this is where something happens.
We aren’t sure we would call it “magic,” but this is where something happens.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers recap the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing.  They look at the Iowa 3rd Congressional District race how Staci Appel received an assist from The Des Moines Register on her comments on terrorist passports.  She was for terrorist passports before she was against them.  How is Joni Ernst doing in the U.S. Senate Race so far?

In the second segment the guys talk to Doug Clark, Field Director with the National Network of Youth Ministries, who serves as the promotional coordinator for See You At The Pole.  They discuss this student prayer movement that occurred this week and what the next steps are for students who participate.

In the third and fourth segment the guys discuss Eric Holder’s resignation and what that may me… including the unthinkable.  Mitt Romney is considering running again in 2016… wha???  Can someone be a practicing homosexual and still call themselves an evangelical?

Remember you can listen on air at 8:00a and 6:00p on Saturdays on KTIA 99.3 FM if you live in the Des Moines/Ames Metro area.  You can also listen online live here.  Also we are on iTunes!

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