NightSide with Dan Rea - Rundown for 2/28/18


Republicans Not Welcome!  Bill Williams, owner of The Used Apple Store in Derry, New Hampshire, has taken a controversial stance on who he wants as customers.  A post recently published on the store’s Facebook page has resulted in some serious scrutiny, after it declared that “if you affiliate with the Republican Party you are not welcome into our store”.  Williams joins Dan in the NightSide studio (where all are welcome!) tonight to talk about this new policy and why he feels it is necessary.  Should business owners be allowed to discriminate based on political affiliation?  Call in and join the conversation!


Looking Ahead to Midterms!  Scott Rasmussen, noted pollster and political analyst, checks in with Dan and the rest of NightSide Nation to talk about what the 2018 midterm elections could bring.  Some have said that 2018 is going to deliver big wins for the Democratic Party, but is the President’s brand really as toxic as some experts think?  Could President Trump’s support actually help Republican candidates win in November?  Call in with your comments or questions and add your voice to the mix!


Another Example of the Left’s Hypocrisy!  High-profile Democrats often mock and belittle conservatives’ commitment to religion.  Recently, The View co-host Joy Behar made headlines when she attacked Mike Pence for his religious beliefs.  Behar essentially said that it’s fine to talk to Jesus, but once he starts talking back, that’s called “mental illness”.  Behar may be regretting those words, however, after a new interview with Oprah was posted online.  As the conversation turns to politics, Oprah says that she has prayed about whether to run in 2020, and will do so only if God tells her to in an obvious way.  Do you think Behar will go after Oprah the same way she attacked the Vice President?  Or do liberals only shame conservatives for their faith?  Call in and sound off!

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Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

Dan is Rea is the host of NightSide on WBZ News Radio1030 every weeknight from 8:00pm to midnight. Read more

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