Today on the podcast we’ll start with another key Senate race in Arizona that’s rated as a toss-up. Arizona is a large state, a growing state and perhaps most importantly a swing state.  On the Democratic side, Mark Kelly is currently running for his first full-term while the Republicans have multiple candidates seeking the nomination who are running and competing to align themselves as allies close to Trump. Can Kelly get young people and Latinos out to vote (which he carried handily in the last election)? 

Next we’ll talk about the unfolding situation in Ukraine and its implications for International relations and geopolitics. What should the U.S.’s role be (if any)?

Finally, we’re pleased to welcome Craig Shirley- a friend, author, historian and consultant. Craig has written several books and today we’ll be talk about his new book which was just released entitled “April 1945: The Hinge of History.”

Thanks for tuning in and we’ll see you next week.

You can purchase April 1945: The Hinge of History online and at bookstores nationwide.

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