Where did everybody’s favorite Snailcast go in May? The boys talk about that and some of the big news that happened during the last month, including the Supreme Court leak, the tragic Uvalde mass shooting and the political winds ahead of this year’s mid-term elections.
Where, oh where has Zippy been? The snail had to take a hiatus as Jason recovered from COVID; he shares about his experience with the virus and his advice for those who have avoided it thus far.
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Tim and Jason dig into the damage done by the leak of the Dobbs v. Jackson draft decision from the Supreme Court, a first-of-its-kind leak to an institution that attempts to stay above the political fray.
The boys also discuss the decision itself and their opinions on where the pro-life movement will need to focus assuming the decision comes down from the court as drafted.
Jason offers his “molten lava hot take” on where our country will head in this year’s upcoming midterm elections as he and Tim consider how inflation and the war in Ukraine impact the prospects for the Democrats and Republicans.
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The Zippy Crew thinks about gun control in light of the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas and then turn to Jeremiah 17 to examine where we put our trust.
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Zippy the Wonder Snail is a podcast zipping through the news and culture that impacts you, co-hosted by Timothy R. Butler and Jason Kettinger.
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