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Bob Parker – The Current State of Politics in America

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Our guest today is Bob Parker.  Bob is a rancher and real estate agent in southern Missouri. He has served on many boards, including his local school board, Extension council, Farm Bureau  and was a candidate for Congress in 2012.

On our show today, we discuss the push to put microchips into all the animals and other ways in which our government is becoming far more than just a “Big Brother”.  Learn what you can do to protect yourself and why we believe there’s hope.

Club for Growth

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Do you ever get discouraged about the condition of our country? There’s hope. Our values are still worth fighting for. On our show today, you’ll hear me ask the real questions about why our representatives tend to betray us.

There is a general sense of disgust and frustration over the mess in Washington D.C. , but as you listen to our guest, you’ll come away with solutions and encouragement.

Today we get to talk with Doug Sachtleben. Doug is the Communications Director of Club for Growth.

Club for Growth was recently mentioned in a National Review story about how the next focus needs to be on Congressional Races. Doug is here to put it all together for us and help us make sense out of this election cycle.

Tom Martz – Common Core Legislation, Article 5, Photo ID

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On our show today, we bring back our Locke and Smith expert, Tom Martz, to help you understand what happened with the common core legislation, how badly the congress is off topic, the reason an Article 5 Convention is a bad idea and the right way to do photo id.

Taxation and the Ever Growing National Government

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We can’t wait for the government to figure out how to downsize itself. Between the Social Welfare Spending, the Highway and Transit Spending and all the new regulations coming out of the executive branch, doing nothing is only making the problem worse.

On our show today, we interview Chris Edwards, director of tax policy studies at Cato Institute, and editor of www.DownsizingGovernment.org.

You’ll learn a few ways we can trim and slim. One of the highlights of this show happened when he said, “Government austerity …personal prosperity!”

Thanks for joining us as we hear some of the best and brightest ideas.

Religious Freedom Legislation SJR39

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On our show today,  you’re going to hear the nitty gritty about the religious freedom legislation proposed in Missouri.   This show will comfort you.  We’ll   shed some deeper insights on what happened to cause it’s demise and whether that was good or bad.  We interview Tom Martz of the Locke and Smith Foundation to discuss the finer details.

The Two Edged Sword – Robert Andrews

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It’s looking kind of dark out there. What is happening to our country? How are we supposed to vote, given the political realities today? Can you trust any of the candidates? Well, we have some good answers for you.

On our broadcast, we interview Robert Andrews, author and teacher in Washington State. He comes to share the four questions candidates need to answer before we can tell if someone is qualified to hold public office. You can learn more at his website: GospelParenting.com

Healthcare, Obamacare and HIPAA

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Why not fill out the HIPAA form when you go to the doctor? Have you had enough of Obamacare yet? There’s plenty of talk about what a mess it is, why hasn’t it been repealed?

On today’s show we interview Twila Brase, Founder of the Citizens Council for Health Freedom (www.cchfreedom.org). In the interview, our guest reveals some of the dirty little secrets about obamacare’s origins, starting with the HIPAA laws from the Republican majority Congress.

You’ll learn not only how we got into this mess, but what options are available to get us out of it.

Hear What the Old Judge Has To Say

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Today I bring you Justice Thomas Brennan, who served as the Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court.

We talk about our Constitutional rights, what it takes to win a nomination and the impact of US supreme court decisions. You can find out more at JudgeBrennan.com

In 1966, Governor Romney, urged him to run for the nomination of the Republican Party as Associate Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. Brennan won the nomination, and the election. In 1969 and 1970, Brennan served as Chief Justice, the youngest Justice to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court.

Takeover by Richard Viguerie

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What’s the most important political battle we face today? Why is Donald Trump so popular ? Are Conservatives gaining ground or losing ground?

On our show today, I interview 82 year old political expert, Richard Viguerie. We discuss the principles addressed in his new book called, Takeover.

You’re about to learn a lot about our political climate and what you can expect next in the upcoming elections. For more information, you can go to www.conservativehq.com.

I Once Was Blind Dating

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Today, I interview Stephanie Rische, senior non-fiction editor for Tyndale House Publishers.

This show is a little different from most of our other shows because it’s not as political. However, 100 % of you are either single or married, so it still affects all of us. Regardless of your marital status, you will be inspired by this story.

You can learn more on Stephanie’s blog.

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