Posted on March 27th, 2014

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Air Date: March 27, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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Rob Pue, Editor of Wisconsin Christian News, shared a letter with Vic from a deeply concerned parent from the Eagle River, Wisconsin, area. This parent has a 15 year old child attending school in the Northland Pines (Wisconsin) School District. The reason for the concern surrounds a questionnaire that was given to their child. In spite of the fact that the instructions ask students to discuss 'starred items' with a parent or guardian, the 18 questions appeal to the prurient interests of young people. For example:

1—What are my values and beliefs about sex and its roll in relationships?
2—What are my moral and religious views about sex before marriage? How will I
feel if I go against my beliefs?
3—Do I feel pressured to have sex? Where is this pressure coming from? Myself?
The media? My partner? My friends?
4—How do I feel about my partner? Do I respect him or her and do I trust him or
her?
5—Am I being honest with myself? Am I trying to make this relationship more
important than it really is?

If you're concerned about the reason why a school district would ask minors these types of questions, you can express your feelings to the administration of Northland Pines High School as well as to the Northland Pines Board of Education at the numbers listed below.


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Administrator and Principal

Dr. Mark Richie—District Administrator—715-479-6487
Jim Brewer—Principal, Northland Pines High School—715-479-4473

Northland Pines School District Board of Education

Jim Mulleady—President--715-479-8581
Mike Sealander—Vice President—715-542-2816
John Sarama—clerk—715-547-6893
Holly McCormack—Treasurer—715-547-6612
Eric Neff—Deputy Clerk—715-891-1714
Mike Jovanovic—Member--715-479-7972
Mark Vander Bloomen—Member--715-479-2981








Posted on March 26th, 2014

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Air Date: March 26, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Karen Malec

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Karen Malec is the President and Co-Founder of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, an international women's organization founded to protect the health and save the lives of women by educating and providing information on abortion as a risk factor for breast cancer. She is a public speaker and author of several articles including, 'The Abortion-Breast Cancer Link: How Politics Trumped Science and Informed Consent'. She has provided testimony before state legislatures and has conducted numerous interviews in print, radio and television on this topic as she is a breast cancer expert.

Karen is optimistic that the court will give some protection to Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties because of their First Amendment rights of religious freedom.

She noted how the government's attorney said that women's rights would be undermined and they would be treated as 'second class citizens' if companies like Hobby Lobby are allowed to opt out of providing abortion inducing drugs.

The attorney for Hobby Lobby responded by saying that if it's the government's goal to provide such drugs to all women in America, there are other means that the government could use in order to achieve that goal.

The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer has filed an amicus brief with the court on this issue. The thrust of the amicus brief is that in order for the Obama administration to be successful in coercing corporations to provide abortion inducing drugs and contraceptives against their religious beliefs, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act requires that the government must show that it has a compelling interest in this matter. The compelling interest that the Obama administration has claimed is that use of contraceptive steroids and abortion inducing steroids constitutes women's preventative health care.

If this is true, then why did the World Health Organization classify the birth control pill as a group one cancer causing substance nearly 9 years ago? That's the highest level of carcinogenicity. That's on the same level as mustard gas, benzine, cadmium and tobacco.

The pill raises the risk for cancer of the breast, liver and cervix. Karen admits that the World Health Organization says that the pill does reduce the risk for two cancers; cancers of the endometrium and ovaries. However, in the U.S. there are four times as many cases of breast cancer every year than there are total cases of ovarian and endometrial cancers put together. In other words, the cases of cancer that the pill causes are far greater than the number of cancers that it may prevent.

8 medical groups have issued statements stating that abortion itself raises the risk by leaving the breast with more places for cancer to start. Karen also noted that it's universally recognized that child-bearing, an early first full-term pregnancy and breast feeding all help to reduce the cancer risk.


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Posted on March 25th, 2014

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Air Date: March 25, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Israel Wayne

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Israel is the co-founder of Family Renewal Ministries. He is an author, columnist and conference speaker. He is the father of eight, who is passionate about defending the Christian faith and developing a biblical worldview. Some of his books include, 'Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview' and 'Full-Time Parenting: A Guide to Family Based Discipleship'. He appeared on Crosstalk to discuss his latest book, 'Questions God Asks' which is subtitled, 'unlocking the wisdom of eternity'.

Israel began by describing how he noticed there are places where God would ask questions of man. This had him wondering why because one of the doctrines that we know to be true of God is that he's omniscient. So why would the God who knows everything, ask a question? Obviously God knows the answer so it must have to do with getting the person he's questioning to think about or consider something. Also, Israel reasoned that since the question is recorded in Scripture, it's not arbitrary so there must be a reason why it's there for us as well.

Questions discussed on this edition of Crosstalk include:

Job 38:4—'Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth?'

Genesis 3:9—God asked Adam, 'Where art thou...? Is this a geographical question or is this a question where God is trying to get Adam to explain the shift that has taken place now that he and Eve have eaten of the tree in the midst of the garden?

God's question for Elijah after fleeing to Horeb where he took lodging in a cave. God asked, 'What doest thou here, Elijah?

Israel also contrasts the younger Moses with the Moses who had an encounter with God in the incident of the burning bush. He brings interesting insight to the question of what was in the hand of Moses and how the fact that the staff turned into a snake has application for all of us today.

This is just a portion of what's discussed on this Crosstalk as Jim and Israel examine the questions God asks of men.


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To obtain a copy of 'Questions God Asks' for a donation of $15 to Crosstalk, call 1-800-729-9829. You can also send a check to Crosstalk, 3434 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI. 53208.











Posted on March 24th, 2014

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Air Date: March 24, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Vliet

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Dr. Elizabeth Vliet is a medical doctor with practices in Tucson and Dallas. She is President of International Health Strategies whose mission is twofold: liberty and privacy in treatment options and preservation of the Oath of Hippocrates focus on the individual patient. She is a past board member of AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons). She spoke on this edition of Crosstalk as an independent physician.

According to Dr. Vliet, putting the government in charge of your medical services is a violation of our core freedoms. So those who value their medical freedom, their right to decide their own health care, their right to abstain from using contraceptives; these choices based upon religious beliefs, personal health goals, family needs and budget, are being taken out of our hands by the federal government via Obamacare.

She believes Obamacare is about government bureaucrats deciding whether your life is important or not based upon the collective good. It's the antithesis of our core, Judeo-Christian principles on which our nation was founded. It's one of the reasons why medical freedom is so closely tied to religious liberty.

Her top 10 reasons for not enrolling in Obamacare include the following. It will:

1--...cost significantly more.
2--...limit your choice of doctors.
3--...limit your choice of hospitals.
4--...have greater out-of-pocket costs.
5--...cause you to lose your medical privacy.
6--...cause your personal and financial information to possibly be compromised.
7--...cause you to be susceptible to identity theft.
8--...lead to intrusions on your Second Amendment rights.
9--...once enrolled it's difficult or impossible to get off if you find a better
plan.
10--...include financial incentives for your doctor to restrict your medical
treatment.

Dr. Vliet then goes on to note that there are 14 reasons why you can file an exemption and not pay a penalty. You can go to the website listed below to obtain that information.


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Posted on March 21st, 2014

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Air Date: March 21, 2014

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Vic Eliason took to the microphone with a host of news stories to present for listener discussion. Storied included:

--Asheville, North Carolina, abortion clinic is closing down.

--Planned Parenthood is seeing the number of clinics drop to the lowest figure since Roe v. Wade.

--On March 25th, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Hobby Lobby case as well as a related case, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation vs. Sebelius.

--The Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker delete a religious 'tweet' referring to Philippians 4:13.

--The film called 'Noah' debuts March 28th. Ken Ham identifies several key areas where the movie differs from the biblical account.

--Senator Rand Paul said that the Republican Party must agree to disagree on social issues in order for the party to grow.

--Michelle Obama will not take questions from the media or give interviews during her trip to China.

--Clinton's former Attorney General is urging the U.S. Army to change its policy that excludes transgendered people from serving in the military.

--A 'drag' show at Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan, may be a sign of what's to come in the Obama military.

--A suspected serial killer says he cannot be held responsible for killing prostitutes because he now is himself a woman.


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Posted on March 20th, 2014

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Air Date: March 20, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Phyllis Schlafly

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Phyllis Schlafly is the President and Founder of Eagle Forum. She's been a leader of the conservative movement since 1972. She has testified before more than 50 Congressional and State Legislative Committees on constitutional, national defense and family issues. She is the author or editor of some 20 books with titles such as,”The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It” and “No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom”.

Constitutional tipping point or Constitutional crisis? Is this language too strong to describe our current situation?

According to Phyllis, the Constitution says that all legislative power is in the Congress yet President Obama has been trying to legislate with his pen through regulation.

For example, The Dream Act languished in Congress. It never did pass yet in essence we're seeing aspects of it come to life through executive orders.

The Constitution also says that the prime duty of the President is to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. Instead, President Obama said he wasn't going to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act and he also told his Attorney General to oppose it in court.

On the issue of the health care law, Phyllis noted one source who claims that President Obama has changed the law 37 times.

In light of these and other examples, does Phyllis believe that President Obama has unilaterally overturned the constitutional framework of the three branches that are the basis of our unique and successful system of self-government? Listen to this Crosstalk to find out her answer and how she feels we need to act in order to solve this dilemma.

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