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Congress College talks about the latest on the Iran deal from the Senate plus the House readies a budget. You will hear this & more from the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth served 26 yrs in the Senate and breaks down the code talk that comes out of Congress. Congress College airs twice weekly Mon & Friday and all show are archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.
Today, I’m welcoming Dr. Mary Ann Block back to the show to talk about vaccines and legislation. As of this show (3/27/15), Texas Representative Jason Villalba plans to introduce a bill to eliminate religious and philosophical exemptions to school immunization requirements. Much of this activity, locally and federally, was started by a measles outbreak caused by an “unvaccinated woman at Disneyland”. A bill to eliminate these exemptions has already been introduced in California. We’ll be talking about this sudden interest in changing vaccine laws, and what it could mean to you and your family.
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One of the truths of the HIV epidemic: you can't just throw money at the problem. While we need more money to fight the HIV epidemic in the US, we also need to make sure the money is being spent smartly. This month, hundreds of AIDS activists descended on Washington, D.C. for the annual AIDS Watch. They met with politicians and Congress people to make sure that the money for AIDS is there -- and that the voices of those living with HIV are heard.
Fair Tax Time Radio is pleased to have our friend and cosponsor of HR 25, The Fair Tax Act as our featured guest. Congressman King is very popular within Fair Tax circles and others around the country and is extremely knowledgeable in the area of Federal Taxation and other issues. Whenever our sponsor, Congressman Rob Woodall and cosponsor Steve King speaks the country listens. We hope to discuss our PopVox.com campaign with Congressman Steve King this Wednesday. We hope to hear from Fair Tax Advocates from around the country this Wednesday.
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Among the more dangerous thoughts we can have about human government is not that we should be free from it, but that it should ever have had charge over us at all.
?What man was given, from the outset was a responsibility of self-control...and obedience to God. But though "God hath made man upright; but they have sought out many inventions", including the many forms of human government.
Congress College will talk about Congress this week all the while our former Pres says that Obama is losing the war with Isis and putting the U.S. in retreat around the world. He went on to say that the President's Nuclear deal with Iran would make the middle East even more kayotic during the week when the Senate begins debate on the Iran sanctions bill. Here this and more from your host, Elizabeth Chryst, who was the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Sec. for the Majoriity for the GOP. Congress College airs 2x's weekly, Mon and Friday at 6:30 PM EDT or archived at GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.
From Indiana to Louisiana right-wing governors are supporting and signing legislation that allows businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples. Pizza Parlors, Florists, Photographers, Beds and Breakfasts, and other business have said they would refuse service, or actually have refused service to same sex couples.
20 states have passed some forms of religious freedom laws - including Connecticut, and Rhode Island - which shocked the bleep out of me. Religious freedom laws are pending in 6 states - North Carolina, Georgia, Hawaii (seriously?), Michigan, Arizona, and Nevada. Similar legislation has failed in 6 states - including Utah, which also surprised me. 18 states, plus Washington, D.C. do NOT have current legislation similar the the RFRA's pending or recently passed.
Do these governors and state legislators understand that states rights cannot usurp a persons' constitutional rights? "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..."
I bet you know where I stand on this issue, but I want to know where you stand - and why.
Let's explore the rights - and wrongs of these laws.
I hope you will join me.
Congress College airs tonight at 6:30 EDT where your host, Elizabeth Chryst, will break down the code talk that comes out of DC. Elizabeth was the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority, for the GOP. Congress College airs 2x's weekly, Mon & Fri @6:30 PM EDT and the podcasts can be heard from GradeGov. com under the radio tab. Happy listening.
The Government of God covers all. The resurrection of Jesus Christ has happened, and NOW in the name of Jesus, by the power of his Blood and the direction of the Holy Spirit, we are carrying out the will of God in the earth.
Hila’s book Daddy’s Little Girl is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and from her websites – www.hesters-daddyslittlegirl.com and www.hilaesters.org. Hila welcomes speaking engagements. For more information about our ministry, go to www.hilaesters.org. To listen to the show, call (646) 716-8140.
Congress College airs tonite at 6:30 PM EDT to talk about the latest in Congress. Hillary Clinton will testify on the House side and the Iran sanctions bill gets harder and harder to pass in the Senate. Hear this and more from the only woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U. S. Senate Sec. for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth will cut thru the code talk that comes out of Congress to let you know exactly what is going on in Congress. Congress College airs twice weekly on Mon and Friday at 6:30 PM EDT. All shows are archived on GradeGov. com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.
Many have been unfairly harrassed by police, driving whie black, sitting while black, walking while black, breathing while black, that seems to be the only offense they committed. But blackness is not a crime, and of the 250,000 stop and frisk incidents recorded by police in the first quarter of 2015, the vast majority were African Americans, who were let go without any charges. This is unconstitutional, and today's guests, from the lawfirm of Romanucci and Blandin, will explain the Federal Class Action lawsuit filed on behalf of those who have been unlawfully stopped and searched by police. Rev. Paul Jakes has organized an effort to spread the word to those who have been harrassed without cause within the last two years to enable them to be a part of the lawsuit.
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