For this episode of The Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, our host Shane Vander Hart highlights some clips from the MSNBC climate forum on Thursday at Georgetown University.

Before that, Shane discusses two rulings that impact religious liberty, the whistleblower scandal, and yet another gaffe by former Vice President Joe Biden.

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