On this week’s episode of Caffeinated Thoughts Radio Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers spoke with Jane Robbins, a senior fellow with American Principles Project, about how big business is pushing back against bills like Religious Freedom Restoration Acts. Robbins discusses how Georgia Governor Nathan Deal caved to the pressure.
Then Eric Goranson with Iowa Association of Christian Schools and Iowa Advocates for Choice in Education joined us in studio to discuss a bill that would create an education savings account pilot program in Waterloo and Sioux Center.
Plus Congressman Peter King (R-NY) says New Yorkers who vote for Ted Cruz should have their head examined. Trumpbart admits that Donald Trump will likely fall short of the delegates he needs to win the GOP nomination on the first ballot of the convention.
Bernie Sanders says that Hillary Clinton is not qualified to be President of the United States. We agree, but for different reasons.
Also Facebook wants you to share more about yourself. An auditor in the GAO says our debt will be more than what our economy produces in a year.
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