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Max Armstrong talks in about salt levels in lakes and Easter. (audio)

Did you hear the report this week that American families are adopting fewer foreign born children. The peak was in 2004.

The salt levels of our lakes are climbing too high because of all the road salt that goes on here in the winter. It could make lakes unusable for drinking and recreation. If we don't remove snow and ice, people crash. If there was anything as effective as salt and in same price range, highway workers would consider it. But there isn't.

Trump has reversed number of conditions he took during the campaign, which should ease farmer concerns. Trump says "we're doing very nicely with Mexico right now."

As we Christians celebrate Easter this weekend. About one third of world's population is Christian, largest concentration of Christians in world is located in U.S., followed by Brazil and Mexico.

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