Last week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers were joined by Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and Faith McDonnell of the Institute of Religion & Democracy.
Shane Vander Hart: I have concerns about Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, but the fact he did not immediately know Aleppo is not one of them.
Brian Myers: It seems beyond debate that Scripture supports the duty of a nation to see to the security of its citizens and the right to govern its borders.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart discuss the CNN GOP Debate. Plus Anders Lewis, co-author of Advanced Civics for History Teachers, calls in.
This week on CT Radio: Brian Myers and Bart Munson talk to Faith McDonnell of the Institute of Religion and Democracy about the Syrian refugee crisis.
David Young: We are in a very dangerous position as we consider opening our doors to those escaping violence in Syria and Iraq.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by Sean Fieler, chairman of American Principles Project, and Tracy Frank of Hope Pregnancy Centers this week.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad today joined twenty-seven other governors to call for a suspension of the Syrian Refugee Resettlement program.
Rich Hilgemann: In the wake of the Paris attacks people are calling for exactly what I months ago said we needed to do and stop taking in Syrian refugees.
Faith McDonnell: “Why are so few of these refugees Christians, particularly given that they are among the most persecuted of groups in Syria?”
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) says the most stringent security standards needed before allowing any more of the Syrian refugees into United States.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad calls for improved intelligence community review of Syrian refugee resettlement process to ensure Iowans are protected.
Rick Santorum called on Congress to pass legislation to halt relocation of Syrian refugees to U.S. and to support refugee settlements in Middle East.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sent President Barack Obama a letter demanding answers about the Syrian refugees the administration is sending to his state.
Rich Hilgemann: No matter which direction I turn the conditions look right that Obama is bringing in Syrian refugees who could do Americans harm.