Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers co-hosts of Caffeinated Thoughts Radio
One year ago: Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers co-hosts of Caffeinated Thoughts Radio

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Michael Farris of the Home School Legal Defense Association as we give tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and what his unexpected death means for the Court and our nation.

The guys discuss the presidential race as we head into the South Carolina Primary happening today.

Plus Kayne West is broke, but don’t worry the Philadelphia Police want to help. Also he doesn’t want white people discussing or writing about his music. Can white people buy it still?

Also, Donald Trump and the Pope exchange words over the wall. Moody warns of pain ahead in the global economy. Also President Obama now regrets his filibuster of Samuel Alito when he was first nominated to the Supreme Court.  Things are “starkly different” now that he is President and Republicans are threatening to block any nomination he makes to the Supreme Court.

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