Throwback to our old studio in Boone
Throwback to our old studio in Boone
Throwback to our old studio in Boone.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss the Iowa Caucus results with campaign veteran Wes Enos who  is a former member of the Republican Party of Iowa State Central Committee. Wes supports Marco Rubio so we thought he would balance Shane as a supporter of Ted Cruz.

Did Ted Cruz commit fraud during the Iowa Caucuses? Donald Trump believes so. The guys discuss the controversy surrounding communications the Cruz campaign sent about Ben Carson.

Also, while gas prices are down, President Obama said he wants to tax crude oil. The Des Moines Register has called for an audit of the Iowa Democratic Caucuses results that show a virtual tie between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

We also learn that former Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell also received classified information in their personal emails.

Plus 300 scientists want NOAA to stop hiding its global warming data.

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