23 Dec

What Matters for Wednesday, December 23, 2015

It’s the last new show of the year and Chad is making the most of it. He kicks off the show sharing an article about how much the average American has in savings to pay for emergencies. He marvels over the thousand dollars most households have set aside to pay hospital bills. Carolina Plott Hound’s Paul Chesser comes in early and ends up interviewing Chad in the first half-hour.

Paul continues to hang out with Chad to discuss all the news that’s worth a link. Chad asks Paul what he thinks about Rev. Franklin Graham leaving the Republican party. Paul says he’s his own man and different from his father. Chad expresses his surprise that Graham has expressed his admiration for Trump. As Paul points out, many evangelicals admire Donald Trump for his firm stance on funding planned parenthood and other issues. Paul shares a story he’s about to post on how conservative groups are not rushing to support Dr. Greg Brannon who is challenging incumbent Senator Richard Burr.

In the second hour, Chad discusses how times have changed when it comes to political affiliation and marital matches. It wasn’t that long ago when marrying a Republican was a shocking idea.

Finally, Chad reminds us of the important things in life. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our listeners! We’ll be back in 2016!

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