Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for December 4, 2019

The Battle of Vaccine Exemptions. Two bills in the Massachusetts legislature that would restrict or limit vaccine exemptions are causing a ruckus at the state house. More and more parents are refusing to get their children vaccinated claiming a "religious exemption." The proposed new laws would completely remove that option, requiring all Massachusetts children to be vaccinated unless they have a medical exemption. Do you support the elimination of the religious exemption for vaccines?

Bible Verse Dog Tags Banned. The US Army has banned the making of replica dog tags with encouraging Bible verses for soldiers after receiving a complaint from an atheist claiming the words of comfort violated the principal of separation of church and state. Shields of Strength, a private faith-based company, has been making the replica dog tags with various military-themed emblems, logos, or insignia on one side and various faith-based messages such as Scripture verses or references on the other side for service members and first responders for over 20 years. What would you like to say to the army about their decision?

Let The Impeachment Inquiry Begin!The House Judiciary Committee began its official Impeachment Inquiry today with the testimony of four law professors who were asked if the founding fathers would impeach President Trump. Three brought in by the democrat majority said yes albeit each of them has admittedly been against the President since his inauguration.The fourth George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley said while he did not vote for the President the current case brought by the partisan committee was without foundation and based solely on second hand information and lowers impeachment standards. Is the hearing a mistake?

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