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February 24, 2021 58 min
Today we're covering a much-requested topic: the situations surrounding Carl Lentz, Ravi Zacharias, and Max Lucado. What do we do when our Christian teachers and leaders let us down? Sin can happen to anyone, and it's always sad to discover that people weren't who we thought they were. Such is the case for Carl Lentz and Ravi Zacharias, who were revealed to behave differently behind closed doors. But remember, the stren...
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Today we're going to break down some of the most important aspects of Judge Merrick Garland's confirmation hearing. Why is the attorney general important? What job does he actually do within an administration? Unlike the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh or Amy Coney Barrett, the confirmation of Judge Garland is expected to go relatively smoothly. We'll talk about Judge Garland's response to Sen. John Kennedy asking h...
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Today we're going over the corruption of Andrew Cuomo regarding COVID deaths in nursing homes. We look at the timeline of the pandemic in New York and the accusations of dishonesty by Cuomo's administration. Despite glowing coverage from the mainstream media in the past, Cuomo's corruption is finally coming to light — even though people on the Right have known for quite some time. Speaking of media coverage, we also dis...
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First we quickly address reports that Sen. Ted Cruz flew to Cancun, Mexico, during the major Texas power outage. Legendary radio host Rush Limbaugh passed away yesterday, and not a moment went by before the Left began viciously attacking him. We'll discuss the hypocrisy of the Left as well as some things we can learn from the late Mr. Limbaugh. Also, a Canadian pastor in Alberta has been arrested and is in jail for opening his ...
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For the past several days, Texas and other southern states have been slammed with record low temperatures. Many of the people and organizations in these areas were not prepared for the severe conditions, leaving millions without electricity. Frozen pipes are a problem as well, and there are heartbreaking reports of what's going on with our elderly in nursing homes during this time. Some on the Left, like Alexandria Ocasio-Corte...
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North Carolina recently approved a new curriculum that would teach elements of critical race theory to K-12 students, despite the move being extremely unpopular. The state's lieutenant governor, Mark Robinson, the first black person to hold that position, has been very outspoken in his opposition to these changes to North Carolina's education system. Robinson was in turn "attacked" by the leftist media, who accused ...
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Today, as we often do, we're discussing cancel culture. The "cancel mob" can never be satisfied, and more celebrities are being canceled for holding views contrary to the Left, because of course, you can never be woke enough. Gina Carano of the Disney show "The Mandalorian" was fired by Disney for supposedly "abhorrent" tweets, but the same standard isn't being applied to Pedro Pascal, her co-star. P...
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February 11, 2021 49 min
Today we're taking a break from the news and focusing on the topic of love from a biblical, theological perspective, just in time for Valentine's Day! Christians don't need to worry about the ever-changing standards the secular world has for what love looks like, but rather we should be concerned with conforming to God's definition of love. C.S. Lewis wrote about four types of love: storge, philia, eros, and agape. ...
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Today we're speaking with Melissa Chen, a writer for the Spectator and an expert on China. Melissa describes how the Biden administration's approach to China (or lack thereof) compares to what the Trump administration has done. Basically all that has happened so far is that Biden has reversed many of Trump's executive actions and orders regarding China, and his administration banned the term "China virus," so th...
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Today we're discussing cancel culture through a theological lens. The leftist outrage mob came for a longtime NYT writer reported to have used the "N-word" in a meeting. From a biblical perspective, Christians don't need to be worried about cancel culture, since even though the standards of the world are always changing, God's standards aren't. Then, we talk to Professor William Jacobson, who created Critica...
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Despite cynicism from conservatives, many of the Super Bowl commercials were pretty funny this year. Some, like the Jeep commercial featuring Bruce Springsteen, tried to virtue-signal to the Right, but didn't accomplish much since the Right isn't a fan of Springsteen and the Left decried the association the commercial made between Christianity and patriotism. Some on the Left are declaring the day after the Super Bowl "...
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Today we're excited to sit down with Baylor University professor Dr. Christina Crenshaw, who has recently made headlines for questioning the Biden administration's expansion of protections for transgender people. A small but loud group of students have been calling for her to be fired, but Dr. Crenshaw is holding strong against the cancel culture mob. -- Today's Sponsors: Annie's Kit Clubs have the perfect subsc...
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A New York Times opinion piece recommends the Biden administration create a "reality czar" to combat misinformation. That couldn't possibly go wrong, could it? The right to free speech and the truth itself are a big problem for those with totalitarian aspirations. Speaking of totalitarian, Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee of Texas has introduced a gun control bill that acts as though the Second Amendment doesn't exist. And, ...
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We start off today with a clarification regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and the use of fetal cells to develop it. Also, we discuss AOC's recent Instagram livestream, where she revealed she is a survivor of sexual assault. And, BLM is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize ... really? -- Today's sponsor: Annie's Kit Clubs: You can save 75% off your first shipment at AnniesKitClubs.com/ALLIE -- Sources: National Review: T...
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Today we're joined by school choice advocate Corey DeAngelis to discuss the driving force behind the closure of public schools. Here's a hint: It's not really because of the pandemic. Corey has tons of information to share regarding the problems that teachers' unions pose to an efficient and effective education system. Then, we delve into the controversy surrounding two Texas pastors who referred to Kamala Harris as...
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January 28, 2021 42 min
It's time to pay attention! We're not supposed to know about the politicization of lockdown policies, vaccine distribution, schools reopening ... and we're not supposed to say anything about any of it, but this is the time to be watching and taking notice more than ever. -- Today's Sponsor: Patriot Mobile has just expanded their coverage making it even easier for Americans to dump the big name carriers who charge ...
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January 27, 2021 42 min
Today we're discussing some of Joe Biden's recent executive orders, as well as the broader topic of "equity." What do Democrats mean when they say they want equal outcomes for all? It means they want the government to make it happen no matter what. One of Biden's orders aims to alleviate the racial disparity in the housing market by reinstating the "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing" rule. Thomas Sow...
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We'll be going over some of the most controversial of Biden's (many) executive orders that have been signed in the last week. What's concerning about halting the Keystone pipeline and stopping the ban on transgender people in the military? Is there any good news among all these orders? And, attorney and feminist Kara Dansky joins to discuss in detail Biden's executive order on gender identity and the problems it pos...
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Today we're tackling the topics of cancel culture and Christian nationalism. Popular Instagrammer TakingCaraBabies was attacked online for donating to the Trump campaign, with many rebuking her for "extreme" views. And the Left likes to group any Christianity they don't like into the category of "Christian nationalism." This makes no sense, since Christian nationalism has no biblical foundation and should be...
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Today we're talking to Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) about the inauguration of Joe Biden and his message of "unity." Is it possible to come together while being derided as a racist or fascist at the same time? Also, Rep. Crenshaw explains what's next for Republicans now that they find themselves in a politically disadvantaged position. --- Today's Sponsors: Annie's Kit Clubs have the perfect subscription box...
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