On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week, Shane Vander Hart, joined by his daughter Kelvey who is back home from college on Summer break, discussed the Equality Act with Terry Schilling, the executive director of American Principles Project. Schilling believes such legislation would end religious liberty as we know it.
Schilling also discussed a Townhall.com piece he wrote calling on the U.S. Senate to end the filibuster.
Shane and Kelvey then spoke to Dr. Kristin Held, a practicing ophthalmologist, ophthalmic surgeon, and a clinical professor of ophthalmology at the University of Texas in San Antonio. She discussed what insurance companies and hospitals do to raise the cost of health care. She said that the insurance company lobby and hospital lobby were the biggest winners in the American Health Care Act that barely passed the U.S. House this week.
Shane and Kelvey then discussed a Staples store that refused to print a flyer for a Christian-based government class. Then President Donald Trump took to Twitter this week in response to Hillary Clinton blaming her loss on the FBI. They also discussed President Trump’s latest executive order promoting free speech and religious liberty. Also in segment three, Shane points out the impact Obamacare has made on the individual insurance market in Iowa.
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