On the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Shane Vander Hart discusses Iowa’s economic outlook with Jonathan Williams with the American Legislative Exchange Council. Plus, more Americans think porn is morally acceptable, religious liberty is dead in Canada, and Donald Trump has declared the North Korea summit a success.
Shane Vander Hart: The Secretary of State serves at the pleasure of the President. Any employee who acted the way Rex Tillerson did on the job would have been fired long ago.
Shane Vander Hart offers his five quick takeaways from President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address outlining his first year in office and his vision for 2018.
Shane Vander Hart discusses North Korea and their latest missile test with Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis, USA, Ret. on the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Roger Gannam with Liberty Counsel and Bruce Klingner with the Heritage Foundation join Shane Vander Hart this week.
Shane Vander Hart: Dr. Robert Jeffress misused and misinterpreted Romans 13 saying God gave President Trump “full power” even to get rid of Kim Jong Un.
Jake Porter of the Libertarian Party of Iowa, State Treasurer candidate John Thompson and Andy Foster join Shane Vander Hart on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
DPRK Today, a North Korean state media outlet published an op/ed endorsing the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart talk to Vernon Robinson of the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee & discuss countering abortion arguments.
The Obama Administration is starting to remind me of the 50s show – Father Knows Best except that President Obama is no Jim Anderson and he doesn’t actually know best. His foreign policy and national security naiveté is showing once again after Wednesday’s announcement that he will do what Democrat and Republican Presidents before […]
The journalists who were sentenced to 12 years in a labor camp were pardoned today by North Korean leader Kim Jung Il as he met with former President Bill Clinton. CNN reports: The announcement came after former U.S. President Bill Clinton met with top North Korean officials in Pyongyang to appeal for the release of […]
1. Human Events: The Engagement Riff by Herbert London When spokesmen for the Obama administration are asked to comment on various aspects of foreign policy, they invariably resort to an incantation which begins and ends with reference to engagement. “We are engaged in discussions…” are the first five words employed in every area of foreign […]
The Wall Street Journal Op/Ed today wonders if President Obama will change his tactics now realizing that reality doesn’t match up with his perception of rogue nations: The immediate challenges are North Korea and Iran, governments that the American left claimed were "evil" only because Mr. Bush had declared them so. Perhaps Mr. Obama believed […]
AP via Washington Post reports: SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said its top court convicted two U.S. journalists and sentenced them to 12 years in labor prison Monday, intensifying the reclusive nation’s confrontation with the United States. The North’s Central Court tried American TV reporters Laura Ling and Euna Lee during proceedings running from […]
1. The Church of New People discusses how Christians are portrayed on TV. 2. Is Facebook killing us softly? 3. Thabiti Anyabwile shares video here and here from the Muslim-Christian Dialogue, of which he took part in Dubai. 4. How would you feel about your pastor making a salary package of $600,000 a year? Would […]
A little late this week, a little preoccupied with other blogging material, but here you go, the fruit of my web surfing. 1. Sweet nametag. Awesome to wear at church on Sunday mornings or for elders’ meetings. If you are not familiar with The Princess Bride, what’s wrong with you? Go watch it! 2. When […]