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Hook Up Culture – Dr. Jennifer Morse

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The culture has become so off base, we now feel like counter-cultural radicals just for wanting a peaceful family.  It’s time to make common sense common again.

On our show today, you’re about to hear from one of America’s experts about the problems created by the sexual revolution and how to fix them. You want to make America great again?  Well, it starts with us making the family Great Again.”!

On this episode we interview Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse.  Dr. Morse is an economist and the founder of the Ruth Institute, a global organization focused on keeping the family together, protecting the rights of children and helping the millions of people who have been harmed by family breakdown.

The Future of Obamacare Beverly Gossage

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Do you ever wonder what is preventing Obamacare from being repealed, especially since the Republicans have the majority?

People like to speculate on whether Obamacare will go away.

Well, on our show today, we give you some of these answers and more.  As an added bonus, you’ll learn about the best alternatives if you want insurance, but don’t want Obamacare—Liberty vs. Samaritan vs Altrua vs Medishare vs Aliera.

On this show, we interview insurance expert, Beverly Gossage.  Beverly is the president and founder of HSA Benefits Consulting.  She is also a health policy advisor for the entire nation.  She is a senior fellow for Independent Women’s Voice, an expert in medical insurance, and comes to us today to share from her experience on the best way to understand medical insurance.

The New Politics of Sex

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Are you confused about gender roles?  Join the club!  Here all this time, we thought it was about orientation, but it ended up being more about disorientation!

Today we are honored to have Patrick Henry College professor, Stephen Baskerville.  Stephen Baskerville is currently the Director of the International Politics & Policy program at Patrick Henry College, is an American scholar of political science, and is a leading authority on divorce, child custody and the family court system.  Stephen comes to us today to discuss his newest book, The New Politics of Sex:  The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Governmental Power.

Breaking Cover – Michele Rigby Assad

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Today we have a former CIA agent who just wrote a real-life non-fiction spy memoir.   Michele Rigby Assad comes to us today to talk with us about why she joined the CIA and why she left.  You will learn about how ordinary people can do extraordinary things when their faith is bigger than their fear.

You can purchase the book at www.BacktobasicsBooks.com and learn more about it at her website:  michelerigbyassad.com

Enter the Ring – Fight for Your Marriage

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Today we have two very special guests, D A and Elicia Horton.  They have been fighting for their marriage for over 15 years and share some insights from a millennial perspective on the challenges marriages face.

On our show today, you’ll learn how to fight the distractions and temptations of the world, instead of one another and what it takes to be victorious.

As more marriages dissolve, government spending on social welfare programs goes up.  When people can’t count on each other, they tend to look for governmental solutions to their problems.  By fighting to save your marriage, you’re doing more good than what is measured by your own personal happiness.

Riley Hood: Pro-Life Questions

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Why do the anti-life folks win and our efforts stall out year after year after year?  On our show today we discuss some of the reasons and some ideas for what you can do to make a difference.

Today we have Riley Johnson Hood.  Riley is the former State Chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin.  He now is the Milwaukee County Chairman and is a frequent contributor to conservative newspapers and to the public debate.

Brad Dacus – Southern Poverty Law Center

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On today’s show, we explain the subversive efforts of the Southern Poverty Law Center. You’ll find out what they are doing to unravel our rights and smear good organizations. But more importantly, we share with you what you can do to fight back.

Today we interview the President and founder of the Pacific Justice Institute, Brad Dacus.  The Pacific Justice Institute has a network with hundreds of attorneys committed to defending our religious liberties and our Constitution.

Kathy Forck – Pro-Life Issues

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Don’t wait for the judges to get it right!

Many of us feel bad when we hear reports about the unborn being aborted, especially all the coercion going on in the abortion industry.  What can we do to make a difference?  With all the bad news we get every day, there are still lots of things we can do to make the world a better place.  That’s what you’ll hear about today.

Today we interview Kathy Forck, Co-Campaign Director for the 40 days for life in Columbia.

More information about the upcoming events can be found on these websites:

www.midwestmarchforlife.com

40daysforlife.com

Perspective from the Past

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Some people use the words house and home interchangeably.  But they are very different.  What does it take to have a happy home?

There are some secrets and some principles that work every time.

On today’s edition of Home Front, I bring you nearly nine decades of wisdom from my own mom.

Marylin Gosh is a former first grade school teacher, a wife of over 65 years and comes to us today to share with us some of her insights on what it takes to have a happy home.

Transgender Issues

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On today’s show, we talk about a topic most talk shows will avoid….what’s involved in transgenderism.

Today we interview Dr. Cretella  Dr. Cretella is the President of the American College of Pediatricians and a general pediatrician with a special interest in behavioral pediatrics. She was elected to the College’s Board of Directors in 2005. Prior to being elected President in 2015, Dr. Cretella chaired the Adolescent Sexuality Committee, Pediatric Psychosocial Development Committee, and Scientific Policy Committee. In these roles she became one of the College’s chief researchers, writers and spokespersons on issues of pediatric mental and sexual health.

I ask the hard questions you should be afraid to google and you will be surprised by the answers we get.

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