StudioJake Double Feature: Samantha Sullivan and Stefanie Nicholas

This Sunday, StudioJake had a rare double feature. First I had on TheBlaze’s Samantha Sullivan to share her thoughts on books that Conservatives and future Conservatives should read if they want to expand their horizons. This is followed up by my friend Stefanie Nicholas. We talk about why Christians give into celebrity worship.

Sullivan spoke to me LIVE about books that every young Conservative should read. She had several titles  We have some pretty awesome titles that you should check out.We talked about authors like Senator Ben Sasse, news analyst Megyn Kelly, GBTV host Glenn Beck, novelist Ayn Rand, and several others.

Watch it below:

Up next, my dear friend Stefanie Nicholas joins me LIVE to talk how Christians should look up to celebrities and how Hollywood affects us. Why do Christians virtue signal by posting celebrities who are critical of Christianity? Those same critics hate Christians nine times out ten. Stefanie and I also talk about how Christians in America and Canada have become soft so they grandstand with celebrity quotes in order to seem afflicted when it Christians abroad who are actually suffering.

Check it out below:

What do you think? Are there trailer mash-up that you enjoy watching? Let me know in the comments below. While you are at it, check out my interviews with Rosemary Dewar and Megan Harris. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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