Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart

This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio co-hosts Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, the American Health Care Act, with Rachel Bovard who is the Director of Policy Services at the Heritage Foundation.

March Madness has arrived and the Iowa State Cyclones are poised to win the Big 12 Conference Tournament. Steve Myers with CyHawk Thoughts discusses the Cyclones prospects this March (recorded before their semifinal win against Texas Christian University), as well as, the Iowa Hawkeyes disappointing loss in the first round of the Big 10 Conference Tournament and their expected appearance in the NIT as a result.

The guys discuss Ryancare/RINOCare more in the third segment, as well as, Trump’s reissuing the executive order on refugees, nearly 300,000 jobs being added to the economy, and the Wikileaks dumping on CIA. Also don’t miss the Trump Tweet(s) of the week in the 4th segment.

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