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(Photo credit: Lenz Jona / Thinkstock) House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate Majority Leader Brandt Hershmann both say despite some recent differences in major House and Senate legislation, the two chambers should be able to work things out. For example, the House road funding...
Abdul talks to Barbara Quandt-Underwood of the National Federation of Independent Business about a new study showing small business owners are feeling pretty positive about a Trump administration. Audio titled nfib-trump-122816
Abdul brings in his panel of political pundits and prognosticators, Democrat Michael Leppert, Republican Joey Fox and Libertarian Brad Klopfenstein about the political events of 2016 and what they mean going forward in 2017. Audio titled 2016-in-review-122816
Abdul talks to IMPD north District Commander Chris bailey and Rev. Charles Harrison of the Ten Point Coalition about the fight at Castleton Square Mall that led to the arrests of seven juveniles, six of them females: Audio titled chris-bailey-122716 Audio titled chris-bailey-...
In today's "Popcorn Moment" presented Andy Mohr Lincoln of Plainfield, Abdul talks about President Barack Obama's statement that he would have beat Donald Trump if he ran for a third term. Audio titled could-obama-have-beaten-trump-122716
Mike Pence calls into the Abdul at Large show to talk about his "Start Your Engines" tour.
Abdul talks with Mark LaFay, co-founder of Roust, a new social network starting up that is based in Indiana. Audio is below, to find out more about Roust and reserve your invite, you can visit http://roust.community Audio titled abdul-chats-with-mark-lafay-about-roust...
Abdul chats with attorney Mark Small about the First Church of Cannabis and their decision to not "light up" on Wednesday for their first service. Audio titled abdul-chats-with-mark-small Description: Abdul chats with attorney Mark Small about the First Church of Cannabis and...
Bill Levin, High Priest of the First Church of Cannabis, talked with Abdul about his ministry's usage of marijuana as part of its sacrament. Weed is still illegal Indiana, but the recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act could allow church members to avoid prosecution...