Throwback to our old studio in Boone

brian-and-shaneShane Vander Hart and Brian Myers spoke with Dick and Betty Odgaard, owners of Gortz Haus, who had a civil rights complaint filed against them in 2013 when, based on their religious conviction, they declined a same-sex couple’s request to have their wedding in their facility.  They later settled their complaints and decided not to host any more weddings.

The guys discuss President Obama acting as Islam’s apologist-in-chief again, plus the President’s executive action on immigration was found unconstitutional by a federal judge in Texas.  They also the political games played in the Iowa House in order to pass a gas tax increase out of the House Ways and Means Committee.  Shane and Brian also discuss their favorite heretic – Rob Bell.

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