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We had some outside tech issues early but the show went on and after the issues were resolved we went on to have a good show.Today we will talk about the "framework" for the deal with Iran. The main points, the end gaol, and can we trust the people working on the deal. Then we will talk about the on-going public reaction to religious protection laws.
The value of religious freedom is paramount in our country — that’s why it’s enshrined in our nation’s Constitution. Let there be no doubt: People of faith and their right to exercise their closely held religious beliefs are fully protected. Most unfortunately, a select group of insidious activists and elected officials is pretending those protections don’t exist and is threatening the civil rights of LGBT Americans. Dr Julian Bond
The Arkansas Senate advanced two identical bills that were amended today to reflect the federal "Religious Freedom Restoration Act." Gov. Asa Hutchinson, in a press conference this morning, called on legislative leaders to change the controversial HB 1228 to mirror the federal RFRA. He said it would aid in showing the world that Arkansas “does not discriminate and understands tolerance.” Arkansas Blog
So much to discuss! We have Indiana's Religious Freedom Law or the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The Obama Administration extending talks with Iran, Hillary Clinton wiping her server CLEAN, Ted Cruz...qualified or not? The Frech Alps plane crash, what happened? It seems like everything is crashing all around us! Welcome to the NEW World of the LOST! The Planes, Trains and CRAZY BUS espisode! It's all on the table! We will be discussing it all! So join @gskirocks and @airwavesamerica Wednesday April 1, 2015 at 9pm Eastern! You can also call in to the show at (424)243-9559! WARNING: Tin foil hats might be NEEDED!
Why are the two mutually disagreeable - particularly in 2015?
Did Indiana and Arkansas’ Religious Freedom Restoration Acts permit discrimination against gays and lesbians, or were they a legitimate means to protect constitutional rights? According to Republican Governors Mike Pence and Asa Hutchinson, their states' respective laws did not discriminate against gay individuals, yet both compromise bills to accommodate gay rights activists.
Some gay rights groups are now demanding that churches that do not support same-sex marriage be shut down. Has a new culture war been launched against Christianity? Is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act being used as a weapon to actually discriminate against Christians instead of protecting their religious freedom from liberal intolerance?
In today's episode Jeremy will be discussing the RFRA laws passed by Arkansas and Indiana, as well as the outrage they have caused. Are these laws motivated by hate? Do they endorse hate? How will they be applied? These questions and more will be addressed in "The Truth About Religious Freedom."
We also will have an update on the SOGI bill in Springfield, MO. The election for repeal will be Tuesday, April 7. Please keep this situation in your prayers.
Tonight we'll be discussing the huge backlash Indiana's recent "Religious Freedom" law has experienced, along with what religious freedom is and why servicing protected statuses is important.
Also up for conversation: Iran, Tom Cotton, and the dumbness that's dragging America down.
It’s Holy Week, the most important season in the Christian calendar. During this week millions of Christians worldwide will commemorate the cruxifiction and resurrection of Jesus Christ between Good Friday and Easter Sunday morning. Yet the story of the week is not so much the triumph of Jesus dying and rising from the dead for our sins….but rather an obscure “Religious Freedom” bill that just passed in Indiana, targeted squarely at discriminating against those in the LGBTQ community.
The country, quite frankly is up in arms against this new law and it’s putting much heat on the governor of Indiana and the legislature that passed the law. Companies are moving their employees out of the state, and major conventions are weighing their options about holding future meetings in Indiana. Even the giant retailer, Walmart, flexed its muscles and put a squeeze on the governor of Arkansas not to sign a similar bill.
Times are changing. The question is why do some feel the need to shut out minority groups…this time in the name of religion??
In the first edition of PWN for the month of April, RevKess and KaliSara will tackle some of the latest news and issues about RFRAs in the United States. These laws are supposed to protect religious freedom, but often tromp on the beliefs and rights of minorities - racial, ethnic, sexual, and religious minorities. Along the way they will address related issues and talk about some of the really good news that is going on in the Pagan world.
Religion and politics are often the hot button issues that PWN tackles, but the hosts are also wanting to cover the good that is going on in the world and how it effects the global Pagan community. They'd like to hear from you. Is there an event in your area? a new shoppe opening up? a special mile marker in the life of an individual or institution that you think the listeners would like to know about? Send the hosts an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact them via Facebook.
On today's EBC†RADIO LIVE, Richard & Charlie will be discussing the topic of Religious Freedom. They will be asking the question of why Liberal's & The Christian "left" are so against the very thing they say they want... TOLERANCE! It would seem that those who have been screaming for equality are not after true equality, but instead for measures that only tip the scales towards their favor.
Join us today as we explore the following topics.
Indiana's Religious Freedom Bill.
Arkansas Religious Freedom Bill.
Why Liberals hate religious freedom?
Threats from Big Gay & Big Businesses.
We will be taking calls live today in the studio, so call us with your questions or comments. For our podcast listener's give us a call & leave us a message on our PODCAST HOTLINE 24/7 at 414-369-2242.
The new religious freedom law in Indiana has created massive controversy. What does the law really say? And should Indiana be punished for establishing it?
The issue goes to the heart of the notion of civil rights. Who should be protected? How far should protections for gays be extended?
RINO Hour of Power host Rick Moran and co-host Jazz Shaw will discuss these issues with Hot Air's Noah Rothman.
The show streams live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
On this April 1st edition of Bible News Radio, Stacy looks at some of the headlines of the day concerning the numerous religious freedom bills that are under heavy attack, as well as some intersting history about Spy Wednesday.
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