SCAIP from Statism, Episode 9

SCAIP from Statism

SCAIP from Statism

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This Saturday, October 10, 2009, SCAIP from Statism online blog show will go onlinee (10 am - 12 noon EDT, 9-11 am CDT, 8-10 am MDT, 7-9 am MST and PDT). We'll feature the awesome Pastor Ernie Sanders, dean (35+ years) of American Christian conservative talk show hosts (the Christian Resistance), my role model,inspiration behind the founding of America's Independent Party. His appearance on mine couldn't be more timely. Obama's Federal Communications Commission czar and his Federal Trade Commission are openly. brazenly calling for a total reformation of the radio airwaves following the model of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez (who's just about totally shut down all opposition stations, and is about to prosecute for treason the one non-compliant station remaining. The Internet and the blogosphere are under similar attack. Commercial sponsorship is about to be banned, and "net neutrality" about to silence free speech on the web, while "localism" and the the will do the same to conservative radio. (A Montana station, oldest in America, has already been shut down - constitutionalist Montana being under the strongest attack of any state). Moreover, FCC Chairman Julius Genechowski is stating that such reforms must occur within the framework of the total destruction of capitalism. Pastor Ernie has been fighting the battle against this blueprint (and predicting its enactment) for these many years, and will fill us in on the hopes and prayers for overcoming it. He runs seven ministries simultaneaously and tirelessly (from anti-abortion to radio to prison to hospital...), and is responsible for the saving of countless lives and (through Christ) souls. As always, you can listen online @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/SCAIP-from-Statism. As always as well, the call-in line will be 347-994-1122. The show, as with all previous ones, will be available any time on archives (just click on "play" for the given show) at the same site.
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Censorship
freedom
talk radio
free speech
Christian
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