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This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio we discussed taxes! In particular Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talked with Drew Klein, the Iowa State Director for Americans for Prosperity, about their initiative to eliminate the corporate income tax in Iowa.

Then Shane and Brian discuss the big news of the week – Donald Trump becoming the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Then Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he could not support Trump’s nomination.

Also Hillary Clinton and her aides are under the spotlight by the FBI, the unemployment rate has increased, and the unaccompanied minors migrating to the U.S. Southern border.

Remember you can listen on air at 8:00a and 6:00p on Saturdays on The Truth Network 99.3 FM if you live in the Des Moines Metro area.  You can also listen online live here.  Also our podcast of the radio show can be found on iTunes, Google Play Music and Stitcher. You can also subscribe to the podcast on your Android-based phone.

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