• Marijuana – David Usher


    On our show today, we clear the air on marijuana.  While some states are pushing to legalize it, states that have already are showing the Country what they can expect in the future.

    We take a complicated issue and boil it down so that everyone can understand what’s really happening.

    On this show we interview David Usher.  David is the President of the Center for Marriage Policy and comes to us today to discuss what’s happening with marijuana legislation.

  • Courts and the Bill of Rights – Donald Brockett


    The Constitution is not designed to tell us all the ways government can interfere with our lives, it was designed to limit the size, scope and reach of government. Very few people have read the Constitution, let alone understand it.

    Today we have Donald Brockett, Author of the book “The Tyrannical Rule of the US Supreme Court: How the Court has Violated the Constitution.” He is a former prosecuting attorney of Spokane County, Washington and comes to share his wealth of knowledge with us today.

    We answer questions like: Can courts make laws? Which is the most misapplied amendment? Do the states have the right to legalize marijuana?

    You’ll enjoy hearing these answers and even more about our bill of rights.

  • Domestic Tranquility


    In today’s edition of Home Front, I share with you a presentation I did in front of a live audience in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, called “Domestic Tranquility.  In it we discuss  Marriage, marijuana and common core.

    So often we are getting shellacked by those who are on the other side because we don’t’ know how to explain what we believe.  If you listen today, you will hear some little gems you can use later.

    After the live talk, you will get to hear some bonus material to help you think through marijuana legislation.

  • Brad Dacus of The Pacific Justice Institute


    Thousands of innocent children are wrongfully taken from their parents.  These children never get to see their parents again because we do not have adequate due-process protection. Some important information you will get from listening to the show includes the Hotline number:  (916) 857-9600

    On our show today we discuss the biggest threats to the family, how to protect yourself from the over-zealous social workers and most importantly, how to protect our religious freedom.

    Brad Dacus is our guest.  He served as Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Phil Gramm, and went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas, School of Law. For the next five years, Mr. Dacus coordinated religious freedom and parental rights cases throughout the Western states. In 1997, Mr. Dacus founded Pacific Justice Institute, where he serves as President and continues to defend religious liberties and parental rights. The Pacific Justice Institute has a network with hundreds of volunteer affiliate attorneys and handles more cases on the West Coast than any other organization of its kind.

    As an added bonus, we give details on the show for how to get a copy of the book, “How to Prevent Alzheimer’s” go to Pacific Justice.org  “A family without faith is headed for a disaster”  – Brad Dacus

  • Jeremy Mahurin and Facets of Marijuana Legislation


    Marijuana legalization efforts are sweeping the country.  With the support of Republicans, Democrats and Libertatians, it looks like Missouri may be next. However, some say, “Not so fast.”  There is more we need to know in the debate.

    Today, we interview Pastor Jeremy Mahurin, Founder of Christian Conservatives Taking Action and associate pastor at Living Water Worship Center, to discuss some political realities you may have not considered. There are two sides to every issue, so you will appreciate hearing the other factors you may not have considered.

  • Drugs

    This is a photo of tests people can buy at a dollar store.  Doesn't it make you wonder who is buying these and why people are buying these?
    This is a photo of tests people can buy at a dollar store. Doesn’t it make you wonder who is buying these and why people are buying these?

    We are now up to 28 states where marijuana is legal “for medicinal purposes” and four for “recreational purposes”. The states that already legalized it are providing us with a live experiment.

    Those who like the idea of free-markets and personal responsibility question how it is right for the government to restrict these drugs.