GRACELAND: Speaker and radio personality, Bradlee Dean discusses Sharia Law in America

Bradlee Dean joins Graceland to discuss a recent attempt in Irving, Texas to establish the first Islamic Sharia court within the United States.


OXFORD, Miss., May 28, 2015 – Preacher, speaker and radio personality Bradlee Dean joins “Graceland” to discuss a recent attempt in Irving, Texas, to establish the first Islamic Sharia court within the United States.

Is this just one of many attempts to push creeping Sharia law onto communities in the country? In this instance, the mayor of Irving said no. Will other politicians show as much fortitude in the future?  Bradlee Dean offers his perspective.

We also debate the success of Hillary Clinton’s new-found southern twang that was on display in South Carolina recently. We stand ready and willing to hear her Cajun, New England and Midwestern accents in the months ahead.

Charles Johnson III also joins us to talk about Bernie Sanders and his support for a 90 percent tax. What’s not to love? Plus, Sanders thinks 23 deodorant options are too many for Americans. If Bernie knows what the right number is, he’s not telling.

Lastly, we offer up some comments on the latest federal appeals court rebuke of President Obama’s executive amnesty. This was not a final ruling on the merits of the 26-state challenge to executive amnesty, but it may portend of things to come.

Join Jennifer Meadows, Curtice Mang and Charles Johnson III for a full hour of discussion.

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