Jason Griffin Radio Podcast
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Trump supporters have a point regarding some of the places Donald Trump allegedly referred to as "s***holes." But there is a larger issue at play than just one word: how we treat people who simply want the same life we have.
On this episode of CounterBeat Radio: the question Evangelical Christians should be asking themselves after their support of Roy Moore increased, how the #MeToo movement ends, the last Black Friday and America's new $100 billion man, and the real War on Christmas.
Donald Trump's presidency has been battered by relentless leaks over the Russia scandal? Could Russia, itself, be the source of the leaks? In this episode of Jason Griffin Radio, four reasons why it would make sense for Russia to be involved.
Is Mike Pence waiting for it all to come crashing down on Donald Trump? Perhaps the better question to ask is this: Why wouldn't he? More with a brand new edition of Jason Griffin Radio.
Ann Coulter's Berkeley speech cancelled due to threats of violence. Trump supporters refusing to believe negative stories about the president. America is more polarized than ever and both sides refuse to listen to the other. Is the real reason because we've lost the ability to persuade others?
With developments in Syria and now North Korea, we've gone backwards into a dark period like the Cold War, maybe even worse. Will Donald Trump pull us back from the brink? Does he have the ability?
In this latest episode of Jason Griffin Radio, Democrats and anti-Trump supporters maybe shouldn't be so quick to dismiss claims that the Obama Administration was conducting surveillance of the Trump campaign. Trump and his supporters, on the other hand, should be careful what they are wishing for.
Milo Yiannopoulos had everything going for him: an editing job at a prominent website, a $250,000 book deal, a speaking slot at the conservative CPAC convention, TV interviews and college lectures. Then one day, thanks to a past video resurfacing, it was gone. On this episode, we discuss where Milo goes from here and the dangers of having your entire brand be based on provocation.