If you missed last night’s final debate of the year between the top tier GOP Presidential candidates you missed many moments of arguing and interruptions. There were tense exchanges between the candidates over issues like regime change in the Middle East, dealing with Russian President Vladimir Putin, immigration and refugees. But it was terrorism and how to fight it that dominated the debate. We talk to listeners about whether they think terrorism is the most important topic for candidates to address. Also, we find out how cops in other parts of the state are trained to intervene during a crisis. Plus, Reclaimed Soul’s Ayana Contreras brings us a taste of advertising jingles from the 1960s civil rights movement. And we learn about the woman who founded the Chicago Help Initiative.