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  • 02:56

    6 STEP TO RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

    in Music

    Learn how to reclaim your mind from Catholic church history, Think for yourself and enjoy your religious freedom, it is all in knowing who put people on earth.

  • 03:02

    Economy is good? - GOP debate wont be heavily viewed - Religious freedom!

    in Politics

    Hr1   Manufacturing plants and layoffs... sounds like economic recovery doesn't it? NOT! Get ready for the jobs report! You KNOW the economy is bad when... a donut shop goes out of business!


    Baltimore man on the street, Corey Prez Duncan talks Baltimore politics, Freddie Gray cop trials, & more.


    Oregon college students want to remove MLK's "I have a dream" quote because it's not inclusive enough!  


    Hr2   SNL will have a hard time topping this REAL story... councilman sworn into office while in jail for murder. How, exactly, is he supposed to conduct business for the city?


    Contrary to the Vagina Monologues... some things are better kept private!


    FOX News host Greta Van Susteren poll showed 83% of her viewers won't watch the GOP debate without Donald Trump.


    Amherst boots college's unofficial racist mascot Lord Jeff. Good luck finding a new one in our politically correct environment!


    When the state tells Christian schools they can't pray in public. Religious freedom is dead with government mandates like this!


    Hr3  A federal agency continues to sound the alarm over the "state of the climate," but a conservative think tank says it's not cause for concern.


    Political writer and commentator, Michael Hausam weighs in on Trump, the GOP debate, Ayn Rand's election advice, and more. He says "Trump is a petulant, whiny baby. I'd rather have Jeb than Trump at this point." Oh boy!


    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • 00:30

    Religious Freedom or Freedom to Discriminate Part 2

    in Politics

    With internet glitches not allowing me to pull up my research I could not really do Part 1 justice, so, Part 2...


    I'd love to have some who listened to my archived show on this topic call me LIVE starting at 11:05 p.m. Friday, May 1.


    From Indiana's Pence to Louisiana's Jindal, 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. Some of these governors are backing down from their own legislation. 


    Businesses are pulling out of Indiana, and other states - they will NOT back discrimination as a right. These businesses - such as Salesforce - have cited reasons that are all about diversity. 


    20 states have passed some form of religious freedom law - 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 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.

  • 02:56

    Snowden On Hillary, Captive Opens This Weekend & America's Religious Freedom

    in Politics

    Dr Katherine Albrecht-Internationally known privacy researcher, consumer advocate, and bestselling author discusses Edward Snowden's comments re: Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. Plus Anneli-Marie R's kidnapper researched her on Facebook.


    Ashley Smith-Her book, Unlikely Angel, Is Now A Movie, "Captive" Opens This Weekend.  "CAPTIVE," which tells the miraculous true story of Ashley Smith, who in 2005, was at a crossroads both personally and spiritually, when God stepped in during a harrowing encounter with fugitive Brian Nichols. 


    Todd Moss-After The Golden Hour Comes his next novel, Minute Zero. Moss is Chief Operating Officer and Senior Fellow at The Center for Global Development, a Washington think tank, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.


    Bruce Hausknecht-The Future of Religious Freedom in America is discussed with Hausknecht, an attorney who serves as Focus on the Family’s judicial analyst. He is responsible for research and analysis of legal and judicial issues related to Christians and the institution of the family


    Jillian Kay Melchior-Writes investigative reports for National Review as a fellow for the Franklin Center and Independent Women's Forum. Her latest report is on “Disability Hearings: Are Lawyers Judge-Shopping?” 

  • 01:03

    Religious Freedom

    in Radio

    At what point does exposing become imposing?

  • 01:00

    The Big Failure of the Indiana Religious Freedom Law

    in Religion

    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.

  • 00:28

    The Truth About Religious Freedom - RFRA in Arkansas and Indiana

    in Politics Conservative

    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.


     

  • 02:11

    Planes, Trains and Indiana's Religious Freedom Law

    in Politics Conservative

    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!

  • 00:37

    FREEDOM'S GATE: RFRA - Gay discrimination or religious freedom?

    in Politics Conservative

    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?

  • 00:30

    Anti Gay Legislation - Religious Freedom or Freedom to Discriminate

    in Politics

    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.

  • 01:31

    PWN 2015.4.1: Religious Freedom, the good and the bad

    in News

    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 paganmusings@gmail.com or contact them via Facebook.