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Yes, that's right! The State Repeal Amendment that you've heard so much about right here was actually introduced in the Missouri Senate this session. Surprised? And it was tabled by our "Conservative" assembly. Not so surprised, huh? Time to get a momentum together for the November election and the next session. Lloyd Sloan joins us again tonight to talk about this amendment, the petition process as opposed to the Convention process, and the fallacies of a "controlled" convention. Join us live at 7PM Missouri time. Participate with Lloyd and Dave at 347-677-1835.
Tonight we get right back to the heart of State Sovereignty as we discuss the State Repeal Amendment with Lloyd Thomas Sloan . This amendment petition was introduced in the last Senate session and we will continue to push it hard. Listen in as we discuss a major piece of the State Sovereignty puzzle.
We'll review the day at Preppers and Patriots and Mike Slack will call to give us an update.
We are live at 7PM Missouri Time. You can call and participate at 347-677-1835. It's the best Saturday night you will spend this week.
We continue our State Sovereignty series with a visit to the State Repeal Amendment. Kevin and Dave will be joined by SRA activist Lloyd Sloan for a discussion about this important amendment that returns sovereignty to our state. Join us at 7-9PM Missouri time or participate by calling 347-677-1835.
Okay, that election is over. Any surprises? Any regrets? Mike Slack and Dave do an analysis of results and a quick look at the future work the grassroots has cut out for them. We are pleased to have a visit from State Rep Mike Moon during this segment.
Then, in the last part of the program we will fall back, put this election behind us and get our focus back to issues of State Sovereignty. Back to basics. What is it, where does it come from, how is it exercised as the basic building block in promoting the will of the people.
Next week, we will talk with Keith Carmichael and Lloyd Sloan again and get back to two of our main thrusts to regain State Sovereignty. An amendment convention of the states, and the State Repeal Amendment.
Join Mike and Dave tonight. We'll be live at 7PM Missouri Time. You can call and participate on the studio line at 347-677-1835.
Join us live at the Tri-State Ministry Center for our Sunday morning services. Each service will inspire you and challenge you. We pray that during today's service the Spirit of God meets you wherever you are listening. Be a part of our growing internet congregation each Sunday at 10AM est.
Ken Kraetzer of SAL Radio leads a discusison of Army's football game Saturday at Kent State. The Black Knights seek their third win of the season and a chance to put their season back on track for a bowl game appearance. Thsi is also the final tune-up for West Point before a bye week and their Commander In Chief Trophy game against Air Force. All are welcome to call in and offer their perspective on the Army-kent State game and the season todate. Fine to call and describe another major college game you attended. Air Force and Navy football fans welcome too. The call in line Sunday night 8-9 PM EST is 1-347-826-7155.
Reviewing the controversial loss to Florida State and evaluating the play of the Irish in Tallahassee.
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After another huge Ohio State win, we break everything down in our LIVE, postgame podcast. Matt and Chuck discuss all the major plays and factors in the huge win, assess Ohio State's playoff chances, the state of the Rutgers football program, an update on the rest of the Big Ten, and the development of Ohio State's offensive skill position players. Also, Matt and Chuck take live calls.
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This week's topic is “Separation of Church and State Part II”
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http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=123 – “…The "separation of church and state" phrase which they invoked, and which has today become so familiar, was taken from an exchange of letters between President Thomas Jefferson and the Baptist Association of Danbury, Connecticut, shortly after Jefferson became President…”
http://www.amazon.com/Separation-Church-State-Founders-Meant/dp/1932225412 - “...: the separation of church and state. Where did this phrase originate? Was it always meant to prohibit expressions of religious faith in public settings as many claim today? Learn the answers to these questions and discover the Founding Fathers own words and intents in this book!...”
A show that talks all Detroit sports, including the Tigers, the Lions, the Red Wings, the Pistons, the Michigan State Spartans, the Michigan Wolverines, and more.
Recap of Week 7 between the Lions and the Saints at Ford Field.
The Red Wings sweep the Maple Leafs in a home-and-home series over the weekend after losing in a shootout to the Boston Bruins.
A (TRUE) rumor is out that the Ilitch family is selling the Wings, Tigers, and Little Caesars and making "retirement plans".
Mickey York of FOX Sports Detroit bashes Red Wings center Gustav Nyquist and should be fired immediately for it.
The Pistons wrap up their preseason on a high note with a win in Atlanta.
And in the college football world in the mitten, the Spartans crush the Hoosiers 56-17 in Bloomington, Indiana, the Wolverines have the bye week, and other scores:
Ball State Cardinals: 32, Central Michigan Chippewas: 29
Massachusetts: 36, Eastern Michigan Eagles: 14
Western Michigan Broncos: 26, Bowling Green Falcons: 14
Tigers President/General Manager Dave Dombrowski's press conference and unreasonable questions.
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