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Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate on the Fox Business Network. Then William Jacobson, founder of Legal Insurrection and a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, NY, joined us to discuss the natural born citizenship controversy surrounding U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Is he eligible to run for President? Jacobson weighs in.

Plus in this fabulous economy (according to President Obama) Walmart announces they are closing 269 stores. Also, an RNC member urges the party to rally against Donald Trump. Things are looking bad for former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. His donors are looking for a green light to jump ship. Finally the Episcopal Church has been suspended by the Anglican Primates because of their embrace of same-sex marriage and departure from biblical orthodoxy.

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