Brian and ShaneShane Vander Hart and Brian Myers wonder what is it about Ben Carson that is attracting so many people in Iowa and nationally to his likely presidential run in 2016.  They talk to Vernon Robinson, the campaign director of the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee, to find out why he’s working so hard for a candidate who hasn’t even declared and why others are joining him in support of Carson.

The guys introduce listeners to a quality answer for female abortion advocates who say “my body, my choice” from Alan Shlemon from Stand to Reason.  How often do abortion advocates make that argument anymore though?

Plus Shane and Brian discuss North Korea’s loss of the internet?  Average North Koreans have internet?  Was it retribution for the recent Sony hack?  Also, New York is an absolute mess.  Then an Argentine court finds orangutans to be “non-human persons” with rights.  Louis Zamperini’s son says Unbroken is an accurate portrayal of his dad.

Remember you can listen on air at 8:00a and 6:00p on Saturdays on The Truth Network 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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