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On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers spoke with Dr. Michelle Cretella, the president of the American College of Pediatricians, about her group’s statement that gender conditioning of children is akin to child abuse. Dr. Cretella points out that what we are seeing currently with children and gender identity is all about political correctness, and has nothing to do with science.

Shane and Brian discuss the recent CNN GOP Town Hall and the status of the race leading up to the Wisconsin Primary. Also Donald Trump took three different positions on abortion in one day this week. It appears that the pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee is out the window for the candidates, and they may put Donald Trump’s claim on the delegates he won in South Carolina in jeopardy.

Plus women really don’t like Donald Trump according to polling conducted by Gallup. Also, shocker, transgender laws are causing problems in Washington State.

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