Brian Myers, guest Mike Knox, and Shane Vander Hart in the 99.3fm The Truth's studio. Photo credit: Ron Carlson
Brian Myers, guest Mike Knox, and Shane Vander Hart in the 99.3fm The Truth’s studio.
Photo credit: Ron Carlson

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio on 99.3fm The Truth talked to Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party presidential nominee, about why Iowans should vote for him.

Mike Knox, an independent candidate in Iowa House District 49, came in studio to discuss his campaign. He shared what prompted him to run as an independent candidate against State Representative Dave Deyoe (R-Nevada).

Then Hillary Clinton doubles down on her lies, and told such a whopper even The Washington Post couldn’t believe it. Also Hillary Clinton’s budget plan comes up $2.2 trillion short despite her plan to hike taxes by $1.3 trillion dollars. Then Donald Trump slumps in the polls.

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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