The Best At Large

Has the Indiana Republican Party sacrificed it's super majority for the Religious Freedom and Restoration Act? Abdul speaks with Mike O'Brien, Chariman of the Republican Party in Hendricks County, about the health of the Indiana GOP and it's dealings with this controversial law.
All week, Abdul has talked about the unintended consequences of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Thursday, he talked to Brandon Baker, a Colorado minister whose religion includes smoking the reefer. Would his church be protected in Indiana, under the RFRA?
Chris Gahl, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Visit Indy, tells Abdul that a third organization with a convention scheduled in Indianapolis could pull out if Governor Pence signs the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law.
In a groan worthy moment at the statehouse, Representative Vanessa Summers accused the 18-month old child of a rival lawmaker of being racist while debating the highly controversial Resotration of Religious Freedom Act. Abdul was on hand to capture Summers in all of her glory...
Abdul's guests have two different perspectives on the polarizing Religious Freedom and Restoration Act. First, Kevin Brinegar, President of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, discusses the economic impact of the revised bill. Later, WIBC trivia genius and statehouse reporter, Eric...
Tax season is here, and we're all navigating the tedious process of getting our money right with the IRS. It's a horrible process, and unfortunately, a local CPA questions the reality of a radically reformed tax code. Abdul's in-studio expert is Jason Crace, a former guest of...
Indianapolis had a very special guest for St. Patrick's Day. Paudie Coffey, Irish Minister of state in the Department of the Environment, is the first state minister from the Emerald Isle to visit the Circle City in almost 50 years. Mr. Coffey was a delight to listen to, and we...
Abdul meet's with disgraced Indiana State Representative Justin Moed on the Statehouse floor. Abdul asks, "what were you thinking?" Moed answers. Listen below.
Disgraced Indiana state representative Justin Moed publically apologized for engaging in a sexting relationship with part-time porn star and Evansville native, Sydney Leathers. This is one of Abdul's best monologues.