terry-schillingSome of the WikiLeaks memos reveal an anti-Christian (anti-Catholic and anti-evangelical)  bias among some of those on Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff or fellow travelers. For example, John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign manager, said in a secret email he was hoping that some renegade Catholics would create a “Catholic Spring” in order to subvert influence of the church. Terry Schilling, executive director of the American Principles Project, joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the bias. www.americanprinciplesproject.org

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    Dr. John Fea, Head of the History Department of Messiah College, wrote on his blog: “Newcombe is a Christian nationalist,* but I have appreciated his willingness to give me time on his show….He is a hospitable host and, unlike other radio hosts who share his political and religious views, he allows his guests to speak…. I was pleased with the program. Newcombe was a true gentleman and we disagreed civilly. We need to have more conversations like this.” *JN: I believe America has Christian origins as a nation and thus allows freedom for all.
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