This week has been quite an adventure!
For those who missed my show Wednesday, a flight I was taking to D.C. had to make an emergency landing in Richmond, Virginia due to a storm. This left me no other choice but to call into the show on my cell while in the back of a car driving through said storm to prove I was alive and introduce the show! Ah, the magic of radio!
After making it to D.C., I was interviewed for three episodes of “Focus on the Family with Jim Daly” AND had the joy of meeting Dr. Ravi Zacharias. But LAST NIGHT I got to meet Willie “Boss Hog” Robertson of Duck Dynasty! He’s going to have me on his new podcast and we might kill a duck or two should the time come. (See photo below!)
I’m now flying down south to Boca Ration, Florida to speak at an event for Eastern Nazarene College. Be sure to check out this week’s radio highlights below and listen to any show you missed!
National Review Online‘s Rich Lowry continued the conversation about Trump, discussing the scorn he’s received from Trump supporters. Joe Loconte from The King’s College also weighed in, talking about his latest article appearing on CapX.co, “From Mussolini to Sanders and Trump.”
Kevin and Eric also talked about how the caucus process works, why Kevin was one of the only people able to call Ted Cruz’s victory, and the crazy story of how they first met, thanks to the sweet generosity of Stephen Baldwin.
Martin Bennett then talked about his nonfiction novel Wounded Tiger, which tells the true story of the pilot who led Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, and how his life was transformed by a Doolittle raider and a missionary’s daughter.
Eric took over Bill Bennett’s studio in D.C. for Thursday’s show, interviewing apologist Josh McDowell about the upcoming “Set Free Summit” and its goal to help Christians fight the scourge of pornography.