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Political and Religious discussion from a conservative perspective

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On this episode, Dr. Simon discusses with Rich Pearson (retired lieutenant officer) some of the issues confronting the LMPD, the Louisville Police Department. Pearson notes that officers are afraid of the chief of police retaliating against... more

Angela Leet and Rich Pearson joined us to discuss the problems with Mayor Fisher and Chief Conrad, and that Conrad needs to be replaced, because he has been retaliating against police officers when those officers reveal something... more

Bryan explains what the three-percenters are and then discussed the challenge of antifa with Dr. Frank Simon. When tyrany becomes law, rebellion becomes mandatory.

Vince Palazzo and Frank Simon spoke on Islam in the public schools as well as on the prospects of Islamic immigration into the United States.

Rick Howland and Mr. Palazzo came on the program. Rick spoke to Dr. Simon about Candace Owens and what we can learn from her.

Margie Montgomery, Dr. Marty Fox, the archbishop of Louisville, and Pastor Bob Russell of Southeast Christian Church spoke in this part of the Doctors for Life event. Margie spoke on the legislation issues on the state and national level... more

Rick Howland and Beverly Johnson with Sisters for Life joined us on this episode of The Rest of the News. Johnson spoke a bit about the Fathers for Life Walk (Life Celebration and Prayer) that Sisters for Life helps to conduct.... more

Jim Waters joined us for this episode of The Rest of the News after a short segment with some of the candidates who were running for Congress in the Louisville, Kentucky area. Mike Craven and Rhonda Palazzo were those... more

Ed Holloway and Jim Waters joined us for this episode of The Rest of the News, with Dr. Frank Simon. Jim Waters had some choice words for the unions, and he advocates for the state takeover of JCPS, despite generally being in favor of... more

Pastor Jerry Stephenson led our prayer, preaching, and singing event at Metro Hall in Louisville, Kentucky, for the 2018 National Day of Prayer. Dusty Benham blew the shofar, and others such as Pastor Dave Keeling of Evangel... more

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