Shane and Brian getting ready for another hour of broadcast excellence.
Shane and Brian getting ready for another hour of broadcast excellence.

On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate about his proposed election integrity bill, HSB 93, that was introduced into the Iowa House State Government committee. Pate also pointed out recent discrepancies found with absentee ballots in Dallas County that his bill would help to remedy.

Faith McDonnell, Director of Religious Liberty Programs and of the Church Alliance for a New Sudan at the Institute of Religion & Democracy, discussed President Obama lifting Sudan’s sanctions just prior to leaving office, the way the new South Sudanese government has been treated by the American left, and her thoughts on President Donald Trump’s temporary refugee ban.

Caffeinated Thoughts Radio is three years old this month, and we wanted to celebrate by pulling out some clips from the blooper reel. Yes, Brian had our producer Ron Carlson keep a blooper reel. So enjoy.

Then, a twofer for the Trump tweet of the week. Don’t miss it!

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