From Left: Daniel Pettit, Mark Carter, and Shane Vander Hart.
Photo Credit: Eric Woolson
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From Left: Daniel Pettit, Mark Carter, Shane Vander Hart, and Ron Carlson.
Photo Credit: Eric Woolson

This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Daniel Pettit and Mark Carter with Trailhead International Builders join Shane Vander Hart in the studio to discuss their ministry, as well as, their upcoming fall fundraiser on October 14 with former President George W. Bush.

U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) calls in to discuss North Korea, replacing Obamacare, and the latest recipient of her Squeal Award.

Shane and show producer Ron Carlson discuss the recent violence in Charlottesville, the removal of Confederate Memorials, and how WHO-TV recently ran Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate group list” as news.

Then, of course, we offer our top Trump tweet of the week.

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