Destined for Victory
Bob talks to Don Zimmerman (Taxpayer's Voice of Reason) about the flaws of Code Next and other City Hall mischief; Bob asks why must CAP 10k and other races run only on Sundays?
Bob and callers review the Bill O'Reilly firing; Bob asks "Would a congressman (Utah's Jason Chaffetz) really resign to spend more time with his family?"
Bob examines which countries are most dangerous to Christians, discusses how many illegal aliens ate committing crimes, and celebrates "National High Five Day"
Bob interviews UT prof Michael Cramer about the abiding importance of Jackie Robinson and sport to culture and race relations 70 years after Jackie broke the color line in baseball
Bob asks "is Jimmy Carter a Christian?" (analyzing recent Carter N.Y Times interview), remembers the Okla. City bombing, and celebrates National Garlic Day with Dave
Bob interviews Producer Ralph Winter (X-men, Fantastic Four, etc) about his new film. The Promise, starring Christian Bale, which depicts Armenian genocide in 1914.
Bob visits with pastors Evan Black ad Mark Westerfield about Love the Rock and Bess the Badge, two Round Rock Gospel initiatives; Bob remembers Paul Revere, Luther and Robert E Lee
Bob lauds Trump's Easter message, analyzes the escalating North Korea situation, and solicits opinions from callers about the infamous Pepsi ad.
Bob pokes fun at those offended by the Pepsi commercial, excoriates a professor calling for Trump's assassination, and marvels at the detective who cracked a 5,000 year-old case.
Bob interviews Christian sculptor, Max Greiner, in Part 1 of Bob's Good Friday special, followed by great songs of Easter and Bob's personal testimony.