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My name is Jane Hoffman and i am a columnist for the Duluth Reader Weekly. I received a Masters in Political Science with International Relations theory emphasis at Cal State Northridge. I am also familiar with American government theory such as Louis Hartz, Martin Diamond, Lipset and others. My co-host, Jon Yoder, is the music leader at the Church on Pearl Street in Santa Monica. We both have expertise in Old and New Testament prophecy and Christ's teachings. Don Gallimore, a lobbyist in Reno, member of the NAACP and Democratic Party Leader joins us often.

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Either the message is wrong or the delivery system. The precepts of Christianity is the only method of man to save him from himself. Islamic fundamentalist want control over land, people and to not necessarily promote their ideas except on... more

People from neighboring countries like Finland, Hungary and Yugoslavia were forced into work camps under Stalin. Did he have an objective like Isis does not? When killing is killing or is it to build a new society? The ultimate purge. Case... more

Paris bombings. False religion. False doctrine. False vanity. False pride. Death and heaps of burning coals on religous groups who think they are just. Your message is old. Your cause is old. Your purpose perverted. Your movement... more

Examining methods of coping and what impact we can make on our own world apart from society. Is it a reaction or choice to be isolated? We apply principles of individual social isolation to a comparitive blueprint of an intellectual theory by... more

In the 1960s, resistors of the draft had no cell phones, social websites or even broad range fame. Many were scorned. How did they organize? Many were thrown in jail, federal prison and fled the country. Their resistance permeated... more

I know a lifelong church member who found fame through the back door. David Choe became a talented artist in his own right but then when he interloped commercially with Facebook, his life changed. His exchange of wall art for... more

We are going to refute the argument of Vexen Crabtree that he can effectively explain the cause of evil in the world or possible lack of ways to define its existence by the absence of good and how God/man reconciles that. Listed here... more

Give me a sign and I will show you where it will lead you. Isaiah's message to his people was blatant; so blatant they had to hide in the nooks of the hills in fear of retribution. Jane will explain some cataclysmic events that has plagued her life.... more

Jane, Jon and Don will discuss the underlying meaning of two new songs off Madonna's new Rebel Heart Tracks. Her recent release is more than just an expression of a rebellious Midwestern teenager who was haunted by her dead... more