Rebecca Lalk joins us in studio
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Rebecca Lalk joins us in studio
Rebecca Lalk joins us in studio

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers spoke with Rebecca Lalk about her new book I’ll Take My Disease Rare Please: My Journey with Fibrosing Mediastinitis. The guys then talk about the the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing last weekend and their recent endorsement of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.

Another week, another news piece related to Hillary Clinton’s emails plus Shane and Brian discuss the tail of two bathrooms.  Common sense prevails in one community where it is apparently lacking in a federal courtroom. Ben Carson and Donald Trump are well ahead in national polls, and Kentucky conservatives get a big win in their gubernatorial race.

Then Shane announces our monthly giveaway.

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