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.
On today’s show we discuss tariffs, the future of social security and what Donald Trump needs to do.
Today we visit with Bill Lusseneheide. Bill is a Registered Investment Advisor. LCM uses historical, empirical and mathematical timing systems to manage risk and enhance return. He comes to us today from Temecula California to share with us the latest information on the economy.
Have you ever wondered what is the job of the state auditor? On our show today, we give you some ideas on what the state auditor is supposed to be doing and share thoughts that will help you know how to vote.
Today we interview Jacob Luetkemeyer. Jacob is running for State Auditor on the Constitution Party ticket.
One popular song almost everybody knows is, “You’ve Got a Friend”. We were wired to have friends. On our show today, you will learn why friends are important for everything else we do.
Today we interview Drew Hunter. Drew just wrote a book called, Made for Friendship — The Relationship That Halves Our Sorrows and Doubles Our Joys. We can accomplish so much more when we encourage and support each other.
You’re about to get some insights from inside the political theater.
Today we interview Representative Paul Curtman. Paul is a former Marine and is wrapping up eight years in the Missouri House of Representatives.
On today’s show, we interview Curtis Bowers. Curtis is a director and writer known for the movie: “Agenda: Grinding America Down,” and a second movie, “Agenda 2: Masters of Deceit.”
Have you ever wondered how we arrived at this point in our culture? It’s not just some well-meaning, but misguided people who are twisting our institutions against us. This is a well-orchestrated agenda.
On our show today we discuss the agenda destroying our Country and what you can do about it.
What is the right public policy about how to end a life or surrogate motherhood. Does it cross an ethical line to make test tube babies? We answer these questions and help you get morally informed on our show today.
On today’s show, we interview the author of Walking Through Infertility, Matthew Arbo. Matthew is assistant professor of theological studies and director of the center for faith and public life at Oklahoma Baptist University.
Have you ever looked at a situation, realized you need to pray and wanted other people to pray with you?
That’s how a lot of moms feel when they send their children off to school. Every year presents it’s own set of complications that need to be handled with prayer. And more prayer than just one person.
On this show, we interview Carla Morgan, head of Moms in Prayer for the State of Missouri. She explains how to find other moms to join you to shake the floorboards of heaven.
Today we interview the head of Missouri First, Ron Calzone. Ron models for us how to fight bad bills even after they’re passed into law. We share principles to make voting easier and we help you understand the proper role of government.
As an added bonus, you’ll get to hear about “The letter concerning toleration” and why it’s important to stop voting for the lesser of two evils. He explains some of the lawsuits he’s filed and how we can have access to our government without being a lawyer or a lobbyist.
We have reasons to be optimistic! There is a better way!
Why was NATO formed? What do you think about our involvement in NATO and the amount of money we have going into it?
These are some of the questions you’ll get answered on our show today.
Today we interview America’s favorite attorney, Darrell Castle. Darrell ran for President of the Unite States on the Constitution Party ticket in 2016. He comes to us from Memphis, Tennessee to enlighten us on some of life’s most pressing issues.