ICYMI: Religion & Politics With #RedNationRising's Lu Esposito!

It's the two subjects they say you shouldn't mix!  Well this week on Behind Enemy Lines Radio, Gene Berardelli and special guest co-host Lu Esposito of #RedNationRising Radio do just that!

Gene & Lu talk about the continued fallout from the CNN Debate, including the end of the road for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.  Then, they tackle tough questions surrounding Pope Francis's visit to the US - including whether his good will will be used to score political points.  And speaking of mixing religion and politics, Gene outlines his preview of the Values Voter Summit taking place in Washington D.C.

All that, plus WHO YA GOT for this week's Buffoon of the Week!
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To learn more about the author, check out the "About Us" page. Behind Enemy Lines Radio is a national Award-Winning radio show / podcast broadcasting live out of the belly of the Democratic beast - "The People's Republic of" New York City that airs on multiple radio stations as part of the Talk America Radio Network. It is also an "Insider" column on Newsmax featuring show hosts Gene Berardelli and Russell Gallo. The show is also available on multiple networks across the internet, with more being added regularly.


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