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SHUT DOWN SHOW DOWN: IT’S STILL GETTING UGLY

Recently, I went to the Missouri Capitol with Joy Sweeney, Executive Director of Council for a Drug-Free Youth and David Usher, President of the Center for Marriage Policy.

The Speaker of the National House of Representatives could have opened up the government any time after she was sworn in as Speaker.   That might have been a smart move.

This was unprecedented to rescind an invitation to host the State of the Union Address.  It is sad that they are willing to pick a fight this small against the others who don’t share her political agenda.

However, many Democrats do not share her agenda. There are a lot of good, hard working Democrats who want the wall built and our Country protected.  The idea of protecting our borders is shared by many people — including many Democrats.  Some of the labor workers are looking forward to bidding on these contracts and actually building the wall.  Some Democrats wonder why we’re even fighting over this.

Why isn’t our agenda the same?  How about a common goal like protecting our Country?

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Dave Roland – Freedom Center of Missouri

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Did you know it’s illegal to give a sandwich to a homeless person in St. Louis?  Did you know there are places where you are mandated by government what to grow on your property, even if you’re allergic to it?  On today’s show we tell you what’s happening and how we fight back!

On today’s show we interview Dave Roland, Founder of the Freedom Center of Missouri.  He shares with us some of his current court cases and how we are winning our Constitutional rights back one court case at a time!

For more information you can go to: www.mofreedom.org

Darrell Castle – Tariffs, Immigration and Donald Trump

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We’re about to give you brave, strong and bold answers for how to get our Country back on the right path. So today I have some new insights on immigration, tariffs and political parties.

In this episode, we interview Darrell Castle.  He is a lawyer from Memphis, Tennessee and ran for president of the United States on the Constitution Party ticket.  He is also the man behind the Castle Report, a fountain of knowledge of the inner workings of governments.  He comes to enlighten us today about some of the latest current events.  

Happy New Year!

There’s always something to feel good about, no matter the darkness.  This is a picture of my mom with our bird, Sorbet.  For years Sorbet acted like she doesn’t like any females.  Today my mom finally won her over.  

It’s easy to get discouraged when we look at the political fights we’ve lost, but there will always be some surprises that never were able to be predicted.  Stay in the fight and be courageous!  Continue reading

Merry Christmas!

Mischief seems to be bound up in the heart of people in every civilization.  It doesn’t take much to find plenty of examples of people stealing elections.

Was 2018 a practice run for 2020?  If we don’t learn from these shenanigans, AND TAKE LEGISLATIVE ACTION, we are doomed to see more next cycle around.  

People are motivated by success.   Electoral results stand.  Even after a breach of the system is discovered, the one with the most votes at the moment the election is certified gets to keep the office.

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Election Fraud – Hans VonSpakovsky

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How do you feel when hear about yet another election was stolen?   A G A I N !

Have you ever noticed that the winner seems to always be the Democrat?

There are ways to stop this non-sense, but it’s going to be up to us to take control and demand real reforms. 

On our show today, we interview Hans Von Spakovsky.  Hans is from the Heritage Foundation and shares with us ideas for what we can do to restore integrity to our elections before it’s too late.

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

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