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MEG NORRIS FROM OPT OUT GEORGIA JOINS ME TO DISCUSS THE CURRENT FIGHT AGAINST COMMON CORE IN THE FIRST HOUR
DAN GAINOR FROM THE MEDIA RESEARCH CENTER STOPS BY TO DISCUSS THE MEDIA'S ROLE IN PROPAGANDA AGAINST INDIANA'S RELIGIOUS LIBERTY BILL
JEREMY HEATH FROM INDIANA JOINS US TO DISCUSS THE MOOD OF INDIANA AFTER MIKE PENCE CAVED ON RFRA
D.A. KING FROM THE JUSTIN INMANN SOCIETY STOPS BY TO DISCUSS THE LATEST PUSH FOR AMNESTY IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA
The concept of religious liberty is one of America's greatest gifts to civilization. Yet religious liberty is under attack by new and vigorous forces. The prime culprit is an increasingly aggressive secular state which demands obedience to its ever-increasing demands for more power. The cult of big government boasts a more impressive roster of devotees than any traditional relgious grouping, and that does not bode well for our democracy.
We will also discuss news of the week, and some thoughts about tax time.
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Following in the tradition of the Founding Fathers, who regularly gathered in town pubs, across the fence, or under a tree in their town square, co-hosts Tim McShane and Walter Hudson discuss the principles of liberty. Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/libertytreeradio Twitter: @LibrtyTreeRadio
When a federal judge ruled on July 29 that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s free expression of religion and religious liberty would be violated if it was required to tap into its $57 million trust for the perpetual care of cemeteries to pay creditors who are mostly victims of abuse, many observers were shocked. Joining us to talk about the case are Peter Isely, Founding Member and Midwest Director of SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) and Judy Jones, Midwest Associate Director of SNAP.
This is an important case that may play a role in future bankruptcy filings by religious institutions, particularly since the creditor victims allege that $57 million was moved on purpose to a cemetery trust to avoid compensating them (see GodDiscussion.net for the timeline).
Peter Isely was sexually assaulted as a youngster by a Roman Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, he is a psychotherapist in private practice who directed the nation’s only inpatient treatment program for clergy sexual abuse trauma. He is a founding member and long time Midwest Director of SNAP, and has been recognized by numerous organizations for his work.
Judy Jones is SNAP’s Midwest Associate Director. Judy was born and raised in the Catholic Church, which played a central role in her life – but today, she is no longer Catholic. That’s because about 20 years ago, she learned that her brother and several other relatives had been abused by a priest of her local church. In 2010, SNAP honored her at its Chicago conference for her accomplishments in helping victims of church abuse.
LatinoTalk Texas, hosted and produced by Lauro Garza, is news, issues and interviews important to Latinos in America. Space exploration, religious liberty and Christianity under assault in America and the world, and more on the immigration crisis in America.
Todd Starnes joins us to discuss his latest book "God Less America" and how religious liberties are being threatened. We'll hear from Dave Brat on his victory over Eric Cantor. Matthew Clark from Jay Sekulow's ACLJ discuss the latest attempt from Fairfax County VA to shut down home Bible studies. Tim Graham from the Media Research Center discusses the media coverage of the VA scandal.
Walter Jones from the Morris News Service discusses the latest developments on the Georgia Governor's race. James Dick from Conservative Report joins us to discuss how America is becoming more "Orwellian" with the layer upon layers of lies from progressives. Ben Brunson discusses the latest developments of the "Bergdahl" scandal.
Participants are encouraged to present their spiritual questions, queries and struggles, whereby the host will attempt with the aid of scripture and the Holy Spirit's inspiration to provide adequate instruction, correction, inspiration and encouragement. Comments and exhortation may also be solicited from the other participants within the bounds of relevance and congeniality. The overall objective will be to create a liberated atmosphere where people feel free and comfortable to share their concerns and get their longtime, internalized questions at the least addressed and ideally answered. This format is being employed to stir discussion and participation amongst God’s people and counter the current spectator, one-way monologue program that is being practiced in most contemporary church worship services today. The goal being to allow the Holy Spirit the freedom, time and interaction to bring knowledge, wisdom, healing and support to the members of Christ’s body, for one another and by one another. As well as, inviting outside seekers of truth into a non-intimidating, non-traditionally religious setting of dialogue, where they can pose their questions without fear of judgment and openness and acceptance in a spirit of love and mutual engagement. Join us as we pierce through the darkness & cut our way through the murky waters of what Christianity has become today, so as to find the freedom that Christ intended us to have, in the same way he taught & shared when he walked & lived life among the people. What was the Act's Church & were we meant depart from it into what Church has become today. And if we have, how did we get there? Join us as we unravel these questions & tackle many more which has made Christianity into what it is today.ian faith.
Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. (co-host Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is still on sabbatical) as he discusses the end of vaccine religious exemptions in Australia, and how powerful American freedom of religion is, at least for now; an article claiming that the Head of the FBI's anthrax investigation (post 9/11) was a sham; how best to get a legal argument to your state representative, when the legal argument explains why a vaccine bill seeking to restrict non-medical exemptions is unconstitutional, to discourage the representative from supporting the bill; why some state constitutions may require the state to offer a religious exemption even though the federal Constitution probably does not; whether or not language in some state constitutions about religious liberty includes philosophical beliefs; and more! Email Dr. Tenpenny at email@example.com and Attorney Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.
Today at this time of the year that means so much to every Christian and in even those who don't believe have a "holiday", I wanted to talk about what day and what feast we should truly keep. Is it eggs and the Easter bunny? Or is it the Passover Lamb slain and the holy day created way back when the Hebrew children came out of Egypt? Certainly God has His ways and man has his ways and a lot of the time they don't agree with each other. So today, we'll take a look at the bible and reference some other historical information as well to try to figure out what we should truly celebrate- Passover or Easter
There's a lot on the plate this week. Studies being falsified, polls being taken, legal issues, ice cream recalls, and YOUR CALLS. Join in by dialing 858-683-1326. We take your calls during the second half of the show.
Kentucky's own Ken Moellman gives the run-down on the state of Liberty in Kentucky. Tune in weekly as Ken Moellman addresses major issues, in Kentucky and the nation, and promotes solutions based in liberty. Ken Moellman is a political activist who has been a campaign manager, candidate, and party leader. He is now the owner of the polling firm Northern Kentucky Opinions.
Trends Journal publisher Gerald Celente says the top trend he following in 2015 is the madness of world leaders. It’s vintage Celente on Trunews today. Later in the program, Rev. William Lindholm tells Rick about persecution against Amish families in Wisconsin.
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Gerald Celente | Trends Research Institute
National Committee for Amish Religious Freedom
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