04 Oct October 4, 2015
The First 15
Debbie’s First Fifteen addresses the hot topic of the week:
Pope Francis visits the United States and speaks to Congress. Many Catholics and non-Catholics traveled to hear him: great refutation of the Leftist claim that America is post-Christian or that faith does not matter to Americans. Marco Rubio makes great distinction between Pope’s views on spiritual matters as infallible, and views on economics and other non-spiritual matters, as not.
Texas State Senator Bob Hall called in and shared his in-depth understanding of the challenges to the Texas electric grid posed by terrorism, and the slow progress getting Texas legislators on board to shore it up. Life without electricity? Most people won’t make it…
Also shares view that more toll roads in Texas not needed …
John Boehner departure as Speaker of the U.S. House…
American Campuses are too far left for even President Obama??
Leading ladies Lorie Medina and Drinda Randall join Debbie for the second hour.
Can Carly Fiorina close the voting gender gap?
Hillary Clinton on Lena Dunham show… talking what feminism means.
Dunham disses “gendered” language..geesh
Dr. Ben Carson, US Presidential candidate tells Kanye West how to talk about women, and would enter race as most popular Democrat
Joe Biden would enter race as most popular Dem … will he?
Links to articles discussed on the show
- Hillary interviews with Lena Dunham and later Dunham complains about “gendered language”
- Fiorina and the women’s vote..Data on how women vote
- Biden would enter the Presidential race as the most popular Democrat
- Ben Carson told Kanye West to do music that honors women and urges responsibility for men:
- Campus Free Speech—Even President Obama says colleges too intolerant of conservative ideas
- The Pope’s Visit…His infallibility does not extend to secular issues like economics, says Marco Rubio