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

This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss Wednesday’s attack on Republican members of Congress and staffers in Alexandria, VA.

We then are joined by Drew Zahn, the communications director for The FAMiLY Leader, who discussed our growing lack of civility in the political sphere. He shared about the upcoming Family Leadership Summit that is coming up on July 15 at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center.

The guys discuss the Southern Baptist Convention’s resolution denouncing the alt-right movement at their annual meeting this week. Also, they discussed The New York Times’ editorial board’s recent work of fiction.

Of course, we could not end our show without the top Trump tweet of the week!

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