Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart in studio.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio discussed the Commander-in-Chief Forum that NBC hosted. Matt Lauer moderated the forum and asked national security questions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Then Tim Overlin, the executive director of Personhood Iowa, visited us in studio to discuss the movie Voiceless. Overlin’s group and 14 other organizations are bringing the movie to ten Iowa communities. They will hold private screenings on Saturday, October 8. The guys also discussed with Overlin the state of the pro-life movement in Iowa.

Matt Lauer takes heat over actually practicing journalism. Plus apparently, according to her supporters, Hillary Clinton still needs to show us her soul. Does not knowing Aleppo disqualify one from being President?

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