• The 2016 election seems unusual compared to previous years. Right now we want to focus on one aspect of that…Bill Saracino joins us Jerry Newcombe to discuss the Ben Carson phenomenon.

  • Can schools discriminate against pro-life clubs? Unfortunately some do (despite the Mergens decision of the Supreme Court in 1990, upholding the equal access act). Joining Jerry Newcombe to talk about this is attorney Jocelyn Floyd with the Thomas More www.thomasmoresociety.org

  • Does Romans 13 mean that all the magistrates now have to issue same-sex marriage licenses, despite their conscience and misgivings? Discussing the Kim Davis case from a theological perspective is Dr. Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. www.defendchristians.org  

  • As another Labor Day approaches, how are we doing when it comes to work? Millions of Americans are perpetually unemployed. Writing for Pew Reports (11/14/14), Drew DeSilver notes, “…more than 92 million Americans —37% of the civilian population aged 16 and over—are neither employed nor unemployed, but fall in the category of ‘not in the […]

  • Should a county clerk be forced against her Christian conscience to issue licenses for same-sex wedding couples? Well, the courts are saying, “Yes,” unfortunately. Mat Staver of Liberty Council joins Jerry Newcombe to talk about the case of a courageous magistrate in Kentucky, Kim Davis. www.lc.org  

  • I was a guest of Kerby Anderson on his Point of View radio program recently…on the subject of religious liberty. http://pointofview.net/show/tuesday-july-21-2015/    

  • Iran and the bomb are in the news. Here is a classic discussion from the Spring of 2014 with John Wohlstetter, author of Sleepwalking with the Bomb.  (Originally aired 04/10/14)

  • Social justice sounds like it’s Christian. But is it really? Dr. Cal Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss this issue.  (Originally aired 03/27/14)

  • Recently there were more riots in Ferguson, but evidence has emerged that perhaps many of the protesters were promised to be paid if they protested. Best-selling Bill Federer joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss this idea of “never letting a crisis go to waste.”

  • On the night of Good Friday in 1865, President Lincoln was fatally shot by actor John Wilkes Booth. A fascinating book written by Thomas Bogar traces the impact of this killing, especially for those who worked at Ford’s Theatre in DC. The author of Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination, author Bogar joins Jerry Newcombe. www.thomasabogar.com […]

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