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 in the first segment talk to Jenifer Bowen, executive director of Iowa Right to Life, about the ultrasound bill that recently passed the Iowa House and is bogged down in the Iowa Senate.  Bowen also talked about the webcam abortion ban that is before the Iowa Supreme Court.

In the 2nd segment, former U.S. Senator and 2012 Iowa Caucus winner Rick Santorum, discussed his message for working class Americans, religious liberty and foreign policy with the guys.

Also, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid wants to jeittson a bipartisan health care bill, something House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi agreed to, over Hyde Amendment Language.  Also Reid announced his retirement strangely at the same time this came about.  U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) announces his bid for President in 2016, liberal minds explode.

Plus what would you do to be able to drive in a carpool lane?

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