Author: Cynthia Davis (page 1 of 62)

In Search of Liberty

 

People are already talking about how the new incoming Democrat Congress wants to increase the amount of tax-payer dollars spent on abortions.  We should all be furious that the Republicans didn’t eliminate the tax-payer dollars being spent on abortions.

Even those in favor of abortion should still question why the government is funding it.  As a famous rapper Nick Cannon said, “It’s modern-day eugenics.” “It’s population control.”   It’s mysterious why those on the left are fighting so hard to get illegal aliens into this Country while trying to help us destroy our own natural born citizens. Continue reading

In Search of Liberty

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Some people think the Constitution is so academic that it must be boring.  But it’s not.  There are many interesting ways of explaining the principles by which our Country operates.  On today’s show you will learn some creative ways to explain the Constitution to others.

On today’s show we interview Norm Novitsky.  Norm is an independent filmmaker, producer, director and founder of BluNile Films, IC Freedom Pix and IC Liberty Films and producer and director of the movie, “In Search of Liberty”.

Aching Joy with Jason Hague

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You’re probably just like me.  I’m trying to do everything within my power to make the world a better place, but sometimes, things still turn out badly. What do you do when you face disappointments? How are we supposed to find joy even when life doesn’t make sense?

On our show today we talk about what happens, when life hands us lemons. I interview Jason Hague, author of Aching Joy.  Jason is a pastor and blogger from Western Oregon.  He comes to us to share how to understand some of life’s more perplexing problems.

Press Conferences

We went to California for my Father-in-law’s memorial service last week.  It is possible to miss people and yet have the joy of knowing God is still running the Universe!   
 
May your Thanksgiving be blessed with God’s presence!

 

When you’re thinking about your blessings this Thanksgiving, remember to thank God that we have a great Country with a great Constitution.  We just need to use the Constitution more.  There are some reasons to be concerned about the latest judicial ruling concerning a press pass.

The Executive branch of government has a right to make rules.  The purpose of the press conference is to dispense information to the reporters!  There’s no law requiring the Executive to host press conferences at all, much less who can be invited.

When I was in office, I could decide if I wanted to talk to reporters and select which ones.  For reporters, information is critical.  Without access to the White House, reporters have no news to report.  A press briefing benefits the journalists.  For the journalists, no new facts means there is no new story. Continue reading

It’s all Under Control

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On today’s show we share how to find peace even in those times when we’re at the side of a hospital bed or at a graveside or even if we watch the news on TV.   Jennifer shares with us how she lived in a divided household where one spouse voted for Donald Trump and the other one didn’t!  We will share how to survive even if  you’re given a compass when  you’d rather have a map!

Today we interview Jennifer Dukes Lee.  Jennifer is a popular blogger and has recently written a book called It’s All Under Control.  You can find her blog here:  www.JenniferDukesLee.com

It’s All Under Control

I went to Spokane Valley, Washington recently and was able to enjoy some fellowship with like-minded friends.  This is a picture of me with some of the members of leadership of the Washington State Constitution Party.  Next to me is Bob Peck, who recently wrote an excellent article on how to vote.  Everyone should read this.  In front are Sharon and Ted Baker.  

 

I have never seen as much political mail as this election season!  One thing is clear:  As long as money impacts elections, the price tag will continue to escalate.  I didn’t weigh it, but the mailers I received felt like at least ten pounds!

We’ve survived many elections.  Some resulted in public offices and others resulted in greater victories than what can be measured by electoral success.  Regardless of the results of the number of votes cast, life goes on and people continue with their daily work.

If you’ve done your civic duty to support those who align with Biblical morals and withhold your support from those who fund abortion, Socialism and sexual perversion, you can feel satisfied regardless of the outcome. Continue reading

Voter Manipulation

The Friends of the Zoo have plenty of money to mail this to all the voters.  All I can say is that he is a very cute cheetah.  But…is it worth putting your neighbors into financial bondage ???

Political science is the study of how to manipulate voters.  Those who are studying political science are getting plenty of content this year.  We can all agree that this is a really cute cheetah, but what is the question on the ballot?  The sad truth is that this cute cheetah is going to get a lot of taxpayer dollars for the zoo.  Most voters think the question is “Do you like the zoo?”

Here’s another mailer I received for the tax increase:

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Jay Stringer – Unwanted Sexual Behavior

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If you haven’t noticed it yet, the worlds pretty messed up! On our show today, we discuss how the licentious culture has affected most of us and we point to the way out!

Today we talk with Jay Stringer, author of Unwanted — How sexual Brokenness Reveals Our Way to Healing.   Jay is a researcher and has studied more than 3,800 people to help us get a grasp on what’s happening to our friends, family members and fellow activists.  His website is   https://www.heartofmanjourney.com/

Honesty in Politics

Me with two of my daughters.  They  know more about campaigns than most kids. Yes, it’s Momplicated!

 

How many of you can’t wait until the election gets over so we can get back to normal?  How many of you are sick of getting your mailboxes stuffed and all the ads on TV?  Millions of dollars are being spent because advertising changes the minds of voters.  But how much of it is honest?

Candidates can say anything they want during campaign time.  It is not binding after the election.  If a candidate promises something and then changes, the election cannot be undone.  That’s why Claire McCaskill is trying so hard to make sure the voters are not aware of how far to the left she leans.  Here is the video of her showing how hard she works to camouflage her real motives.  Will she be smoked out this time around, or will the voters trust whichever side has the most ads? Continue reading

It’s Momplicated

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On our show today we talk about mothers and daughters. You’ll learn how we shape the next generation by how we relate to them. You’ll also learn how to celebrate your children and how it affects what values the will accept from  you.

Debbie Alsdorf and Joan Edwards Kay talk with us about their new book, It’s Momplicated:  Help and healing for imperfect daughters of imperfect mothers.

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