Today Mr. Trueblood and I discuss what happened in politics these past two weeks. We touch on Anthony Scaramucci’s firing. We then give you our thoughts on the vote-a-rama flop and the Republican Party. After that we delve right into General Kelly and A.G. Sessions going after the leakers inside the White House. Then we talk about the pressing issue of a nuclear North Korea and the threats it is hurling at America. This is a jammed pack and an important Political Review that you won’t want to miss.
Today we continue talking with my friend who studies at UW-Stevens Point. We continue the discussion about how “free” and “accepting” college campuses are. Are universities still a bastion of free-thinking? You may be shocked at the answer.
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Today in your #Political Review Mr. Trueblood and I discuss the important issues that happened these past two weeks. We give you our opinion about the Donald J. Trump and Jeff Sessions #drama. We elaborate on Sean Spicer’s resignation as well as update you on what’s going on in the #senate with #healthcare. This is the show to listen to if you want to stay up to date:
Today I am joined by a friend who studies at UW-Stevens Point to talk about how #free and accepting are #college campuses. Are #universities still a bastion of free-thinking? You may be shocked at the answer.
This podcast episode talks through the #congressional shooting, the #GOP #healthcare bill, the Supreme Court rulings, and a whole lot more.
Today I am starting a new bi-weekly #series with one of my friends who is deeply involved in #politics. This series is meant to be a short #update about what happened in the world of politics the past few weeks.
Today we talk about the Comey hearing and the importance of State politics.
Today I am joined by my dear friend Pastor Syed. Syed is the author of the book “Try Me, I’m Jesus” as well as the head of the Isa for Muslims Ministry. Today he comes on the program to share with us how Jesus took him from being a devout Muslim to a devout Christian who now evangelizes to Muslims. It’s a testimony of heartache and triumph.
Try me, I’m Jesus