February 21, 2016

February 21, 2016

First Fifteen


Debbie steps away from the immediate back-and-forth of the presidential campaigns to catalog the scope of the mess the next President is going to inherit.  The national debt, the economy, the borders, education—across the board, Americans are living in precarious times.  The choice for President deserves deep attention.


Texas House candidate Dan Morenoff calls in to talk about his views of what makes Texas special, and what he intends to do to keep it that way.


US Congressional candidate Russ Ramsland is in studio to discuss his reasons for taking on 20 year incumbent Pete Sessions.


Don’t forget Erick Erickson’s new book, “You Will be Made to Care”.  Christians need to pay attention to what is happening in this country.


In the second hour…


Leading ladies Cari Kelemen and Lorie Medina join Debbie for the second hour roundtable (after joining in the interviews with Dan Morenoff and Russ Ramsland).


Heritage Foundation expert David Inserra calls in to give listeners insight into the ongoing legal dispute between Apple and the US Department of Justice regarding the need for law enforcement to retrieve information from one of the San Bernardino terrorist’s cellphones.  A classic tradeoff of national security and civil liberties/privacy.


The leading ladies take up the Nevada Democrat Party caucus results, and the South Carolina Republican primary results.  Trump, Rubio and Cruz generate some interesting perspectives and commentary.


Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the February 21st show:

Twist in story with PW change

Opinion: It is Congress’ job to clear up dispute re San Bernardino killer’s phone

White House willing to compromise on Apple to keep or destroy software

White House could have avoided this …

ICE officers tells South Carolina voters how Rubio betrayed them

Hillary with narrow 4 point lead in Nevada in Dem Caucus

Salon says Hillary cannot win

The Left’s Synthetic outrage over the Court

The Supreme Court after Scalia…The stakes are so high because the left made the Court SO political

Vassar students demand all bathrooms be non-gender

North Dakota transgender bathroom bill