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 talk to Dean Lemke about nitrate pollution in Iowa agriculture. Ā Lemke is a farmer and the Director of Nutrient Management and Environmental Stewardship with the Agribusiness Association of Iowa.

The guys also talk to Kevin Jackson, President of The Black Sphere, LLC, is an author, speaker and radio talk show host. Ā Jackson shares with the Shane and Brian his perspective on Ferguson as a St. Louis resident and as a black conservative.

Plus an MSNBC reporter says something stupid, and in other news President Obama has a mini me on immigration policy with his Attorney General nominee. Ā Also Aspen’s skiing may be like Amarillo’s by 2100 warns the head of the EPA. Ā Also, Iowa Senate Majority Leader Mike Gronstal (D-Council Bluffs) is Gronstalling again.

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