Big 3: Biden is prepared to give everyone free stuff from cradle to grave, Lynchburg train death update (it’s time to cancel trains), new CDC masking guidelines
6 AM Hour: we talk movies and drive-ins and celebrate BraveHearts, Denim Day, blueberry pie, poetry, and superheroes and we pick up where we left off on the “math equity” or “math is racist” conversation from yesterday
7 AM Hour: Asra Nomani talks about math equity and why advanced learning matters; Listeners continue to weigh in on “equity” for “learners” surrounding math, SOLS, etc.
8 AM Hour: Sherry Brady with Apex Home Loans talk mortgages and calculating your interest rate; for “Tell Me Something Good” two Liberty University students just chatting on a bus learned they were from the same orphanage in China; Laura Hamilton with Beacon of Hope joined the program to discuss the cornhole tournament, the “Quarn-A-Ment” (usually known as Corn-A-Ment) underway now! Team Morningline with Tony “The ARM” McAvoy and Brian “Big Wind” Weigand will face off against Old Dominion Furniture Company in the first round. Proceeds benefit Beacon of Hope which aims to help students receive higher education