In the first hour, Pat talked about an SNL skit mocking the Obamacare website. The Blaze's Robyn Walensky called in to talk about a 60 Minutes report on Benghazi. In the second hour, Pat and Eddie talked about the weekend football games and the wild endings to the last two World Series games and the conversation continued about the Obamacare website. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about George Will's comments on Obamacare and schools having students sign pledges not to twerk.
In the first hour, Pat talked about NBC reporting on the healthcare.gov debacle and George Will saying "when they fix the website, their real problems will begin. Terry Simonson later called in to talk about Tulsa crime. In the second hour, Pat and Eddie continued the discussion on crime and the Tulsa mayor's race. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie continued the discussion on Obamacare and the healthcare.gov website.
In the first hour, Pat talks about President Obama's healthcare address and continuing Obamacare website problems. In the second hour, Pat and Eddie continue the discussion about Obamacare and Representative David Derbe called in to talk about insurance premiums and we took listener calls. In the third hour, more discussion about Obamacare and an American college student who knows nothing about history.
In the first hour, Pata talked about President Obama on "professional activists who profit from conflict." In the second hour, OKWU's Dr. Everett Piper called in to talk about bullying and a lack of character. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talk about Seattle Seahawk's Russell Wilson's dream that turned his life around, "Making of a Champion" on YouTube and Karen Cuellar called in to talk about Common Core and Governor Mary Fallin's announcement that she's running for re-election.
In the first hour Pat talked about Congress voting to end the shutdown and to raise the debt limit. Congressman Jim Bridenstine called in to talk about the vote. In the second and third hours, Pat and Eddie continued to talk about the Congressional vote.
In the first hour, Pat talked about Kathy Taylor's crime ads and her record on crime. Former Oklahoma Congressman Ernest Istook called in to talk about Washington's battle over the size of government. In the second hour, U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe called in to update us on his recent heart surgery and the government shutdown. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about Charlie Rangel's comments.
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