Shane Vander Hart after finishing the show’s promo.
Shane Vander Hart after finishing the show’s promo.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio discuss Christian education and school choice with Eric Goranson of Iowa Association of Christian Schools and Lydia Quick of Ankeny Christian Academy.

Then former Libertarian candidate for Governor and former President of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Lee Hieb, discusses Obamacare and how Congress and President-elect Donald Trump can take us back to a free market health care system.

Were the Russians really behind the DNC being hacked? Wordfence, a website security company, casts doubt on the FBI and Department of Homeland Security’s Grizzley Steppe report. The guys then discuss how the torture of a white, special needs man by four black youths was determined to be a hate crime in Chicago. Also good news on the pro-life front in Alabama!

House Republicans suffer a major optics fail however. Then If you live in Alaska, the EPA wants to regulate using your wood burning stoves.

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