Topic: Conservative economic principles to help the down-and-out The late Jack Kemp was a conservative with a big heart. (Note: I think true conservativism has a much bigger heart than is often recognized). Jack Kemp served as a nine-time U.S. Congressman. He was also a Vice-Presidential candidate in the 1996 election. Kemp suggested “enterprise zones,” a plan by which tax incentives would be given to companies to invest in blighted […]

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Topic: Health Care Reform During the recent midterm elections, voters identified health care concern as their number one issue. Virtually everyone agrees the country needs health care reform, but not on how to accomplish that. Dave Chase is the co-founder of Health Rosetta, which has been described as “a non-profit which accelerates adoption of simple, practical, non-partisan fixes to our healthcare system.” Chase is also the author of the recent […]

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Dr. Paul Jehle is a Plymouth, Massachusetts pastor and is the president of the Plymouth Rock Foundation. He is a walking encyclopedia on the Pilgrims who founded Plymouth and who celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621. Dr. Jehle joins Jerry Newcombe to deal with details on who the Pilgrims were and on their Thanksgiving celebration. www.plymouthrockfoundation.org Originally Published November 27, 2014

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Dr. Peter Lillback, the president of Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia), is the founder and president of Providence Forum. Together with Jerry Newcombe, Dr. Lillback wrote a book that became a bestseller on the faith of our nation’s found father, George Washington’s Sacred Fire. The two authors put together 26 podcasts on the faith of George Washington from virtually every angle. Now they continue with a new series of podcasts on […]

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Art Moore wrote a piece for WorldNetDaily about the recent ballot mess in Broward County, Florida—from which this radio program originates. Moore notes, “With visions of hanging chad[s] dancing in their heads, Democratic Party lawyers are arriving in two Democratic-controlled counties ‘to steal the election,’ charges Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.” Art Moore joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the voting mess in Florida. www.wnd.com

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President Trump and evangelicals have a surprisingly positive relationship. Dr. Michael Brown, a Christian educator, author, columnist, and radio host, has written a new book on that surprising relationship. The title is Donald Trump Is Not My Savior: An Evangelical Leader Speaks His Mind About the Man He Supports as President. Brown asks, “Have we refrained from any criticism so we can keep our seat at the table? Have we […]

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America’s first liberty is religious liberty. The nation was founded ultimately for the purpose of religious freedom. Yet many today religious liberty is at risk. On the forefront of fighting for our nation’s first liberty is First Liberty (formerly Liberty Institute). Recently there was a case out of Anchorage, Alaska, where the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission was attempting to deny a Christian attorney’s rights to defend his client. But through […]

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Ronald Reagan was more of a Christian than people generally realize. Dr. Paul Kengor, a history and political science professor at Grove City College, is a best-selling author. A few of his books have dealt with our 40th president, including God and Ronald Reagan. The text of a letter from four decades ago that President Reagan wrote to his dying father-in-law, a non-believer, has been recently published. Kengor even wrote […]

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Before the recent mid-term election, Hillsdale professor, Dr. Kevin Portteus, published a piece in the Hill on how Congress needs to shed its image as “our most dysfunctional institution.” In that article, he notes, “The dysfunctions of Congress observed by scholars and journalists are merely symptoms of a more profound disease in our government. Leaders from both parties are infected with the desire to abdicate their legislative power, and it […]

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The midterm election results were a mixed bag. One of the interesting developments is that some of the candidates that won Congressional seats ran on explicitly socialistic-type platforms. Meanwhile, the more conservative senatorial candidates did better, generally. Providing a conservative analysis of the midterms is Adam Brandon, the president of FreedomWorks. Since many voters listed health care as their biggest concern, Brandon points out that conservatives need to do a […]

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