This week’s episode of “The RJ Moeller Show” welcomes our good friend Caroline May, intrepid reporter for The Daily Caller. Ms. May joins us every other week for a “News You May Have Missed, But Shouldn’t Have” segment, but this time out she gives us her review of the GOP and DNC conventions she covered for The DC the past two weeks. From Tampa to Charlotte, Caroline May has seen it all, and she brings us an insider’s perspective on the circuses that surrounded both. Follow Caroline on Twitter at @C_MayDC! The second half of the show covers a subject near and dear to RJ’s heart: Chesterton. The most influential writer in RJ’s life is a British, early 20th century bloke by the name of Gilbert Keith Chesterton. One of RJ’s best friends—a divinity student from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo.—is a bloke by the name of Adam E. Carnehl. RJ and Adam spend some time discussing the economic, theological and cultural views of one of the most important writers that most people know in name only. From “Orthodoxy” to “The Everlasting Man” to “What’s Wrong With the World,” Chesterton espoused a unique and compelling view of life, commerce, God and family. It’s a segment you won’t want to miss! You can stream the show live below, head over to Stitcher.com and listen there, or subscribe and download us on your iTunes.
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