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Culture Wars

This is a photo from a previous Mother’s Day.  Isn’t it nice that despite all of our Country’s wrangling, we can still agree that mothers are important?

It is wrong when the government passes laws to put one class of people above another.  You’d think with all the complications with budgets, crime and immigration the legislatures would be busy enough working to move us forward.  Proposals in both State and Federal governments are not focused on real problems, but rather on what people do in the privacy of their homes.  If people were acting outrageously in public, I can imagine it being a priority bill, but since when do we need new laws for people doing something nobody sees?  One’s behavior in the bedroom should not precipitate a governmental event.

Laws pertaining to deviant behavior are designed to make a segment of our society feel affirmed and validated (not the purpose of government).  They also are designed with sharp teeth for those who want to harass others in a court of law and force societal acceptance of diviancy.  Laws can have an impact on our practices through fear of lawsuits, not because of newly found moral convictions. Continue reading

E. Michael Jones – Culture Wars

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If you haven’t figured it out yet, we’re in a culture war. On our show today we talk about Notre Dame, how cities are destroyed, sex education and more. This show is for the purpose of sharing with you what you can do about it.

On our show today, we have E. Michael Jones, the editor of Culture Wars magazine, the author of numerous books, and a frequent lecturer.

Fish Sandwiches – Troy Schmidt

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On today’s show we interview Troy Schmidt.  Troy was at the center of a crisis a few years ago when some people complained about  a high school football team having a chaplain.  He is an accomplished writer for television and film, including the Mickey Mouse Club.  He was the writer for “Hermie and Friends” children’s video series and he comes to us today to talk about his newest book called Fish Sandwiches.

If you’ve never heard about Jesus feeding more than 5,000 people with five fish and two loaves of bread, you’re in for a real treat today!

Using Government Against Political Enemies

 

The purpose of government is to protect our rights.  For this to work, we all need to play fair.  Regardless of who’s in power, we should all demand that our government stay on it’s original duty.  It sickens me to watch members of our Congress, who are supposed to be making and repealing laws, conduct hearings to shame and humiliate those who are testifying.

When I was the chairman of a committee in the Missouri House, my goal was to allow the witness to explain why a proposed bill was either good or bad.  I kept our committee on the topic at hand.  When I watch the members of the US House, many of them put on theatrics and disrespecting the witnesses. It is bad enough to make one wonder why anyone would testify on anything.  These bad actors are ruining the dignity and decorum of our government.

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Pro Life Questions Juda Myers

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We’ve all heard many different theories on how to stop abortion, but on our show today, we get to the root of the problem.

Instead of fighting over how to pass new laws that get all tangled up in the courts, we talk about solutions that get to the heart!

If you’re interested in learning about real answers, this show will change your thinking.

On our show today, we interview Juda Myers.  Juda is the founder and president of Choices 4 life – an organization established as a way to promote and restore honor and dignity to women and children of rape conception through assault or incest.

Pro-Life Questions

This is me with my granddaughter.  All life is precious. 
If you agree, we need to rethink why so many proposed
“Pro-life laws” have exceptions.   Every one of those exceptions is a baby!
When will we say, “No!  We don’t kill other humans!”?

 

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The Heart of an Activist – Phyllis Schlafly Eagles – Tammy Kobza

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Welcome to Home Front.  Today we interview Tammy Kobza.  Tammy is the national leadership coordinator for the Phyllis Schlafly Eagles.  We’re going to help you understand what is happening in our Country and how you can make a difference wherever you are.

This is How We Fight Our Battles

 

Years ago, a student would be sent to the principal’s office for using profanity.   Now teachers are asking students to use profanity!

We went from a time when they threw “religion” out of schools to a time when God is brought back in so He can be openly mocked.

We went to the Lindbergh School District Board meeting to ask the members to adopt a policy against using profanity in the classroom. They told me they’ll get back to me later. I’m still waiting… Continue reading

David Toth – What America Needs

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On this show, we interview David Toth about what America looks like from a fresh perspective.  We all can agree that our Country seems to be heading the wrong direction, but you’re about to hear what you can do to get it back on the right track.

The Condition of Christianity

Recently I was surprised to find Cindy Redburn at an event about the Lavoy Finicum tragedy.  We were able to hear from his widow about the details of his life and why it’s important for us to be Constitutional!

There are a lot of perspectives on how Christianity is doing.  I was appalled a few weeks ago when the United Methodist Denomination felt it necessary to take a vote on allowing sexual perverts to be leaders in their churches. Thankfully, they did the right thing, but the fact that they had to have this discussion says plenty. 

If this denomination had not failed to exercise biblical church discipline earlier, it wouldn’t have come to this.  This vote was on the question of whether churches will live by the Bible or not.  What’s the point of having a church if God’s laws are volitional and no longer relevant?  It becomes nothing more than a tax-exempt social club!

Some on the left end of the political spectrum have wormed their way into churches for the opportunity to manipulate the direction of the church.  Their goal is to make ideas – abhorrent to our faith – seem socially acceptable.

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