Posted on January 12th, 2016

​​Air Date: January 12, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

Alex Newman

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​The United Nations has developed a 15 year master plan of global control over all of humanity that leaves no one behind. The new goals and targets went into effect January 1, 2016.

How will it affect you and the planet? Joining Jim to discuss the evidence was Alex Newman. Alex is an American freelance journalist and is also president of Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc. As a freelance journalist he writes for the New American and this Crosstalk discussed his article: UN Agenda 2030: A recipe for Global Socialism.

According to Alex, Agenda 2030 is a culmination of past attempts by the United Nations at less ambitious and more abstract meetings over similar goals. This new agenda contains 17 goals and 169 targets that cover every aspect of life. It's for every person on the planet and you cannot escape from this.

How did the U.N. plan to get every nation on earth to fall in line when there are so many different forms of government ranging from rogue dictatorships to communist regimes to sovereign constitutional setups? Alex believes it has to do with the incentive structure. Perhaps third world nations will be obtaining wealth redistribution benefits whereas America and European nation may benefit from more internationalism, more power for international organizations, more excuses for taxes, etc.

Some might wonder why this is so bad when the preamble speaks of freeing the human race from poverty, healing the nations and ending hunger. Alex noted that dictators and tyrants have always been masters at 'concealing their agenda behind lofty rhetoric.' So if you want to control people and take away their liberty and money, you don't come right out and say you're going to do that. Instead you play to people's emotions so it's only natural that they're going to couch the agenda in terms that sound reasonable and even appealing.

For example, take a look at what the U.N. means when they talk about sustainable development. Alex went to the Rio Plus 20 Summit/the U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro in 2012. He asked U.N. bureaucrats and government officials to define the concept and he received many different answers. The prevailing idea is that humanity is unsustainable (we consume/produce too much and are too wealthy) and to be sustainable, we have to reduce consumption and our standard of living. However, when you scratch beneath the surface, what's there is much more sinister. Alex discovered that sustainable development is not as scientific as some might claim. Instead it's a catch-all term for a number of agendas including population reduction, earth worship and pantheism.

What does Agenda 2030 mean when it plans to reduce inequality within and among countries? Does Agenda 2030 involve universal health coverage? Universal vaccines? How does education fit into the U.N.'s planned goals? These and other questions and concerns are dealt with on this important edition of Crosstalk.

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Posted on January 11th, 2016

​Air Date: January 11, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

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President Barack Obama is getting ready for his final State of the Union address tomorrow evening. Various news sources are saying that the president's speech could be used to highlight issues on his agenda such as global warming, Guantanamo Bay, immigration, restarting diplomatic relations with Cuba, he may pit the American people against Congress and much more.

Each address usually involves specific individuals in the First Lady's 'guest box'. Filling the 'box' tomorrow evening will be former basketball player Mark Davis, Syrian refugee Refaai Hamo, Jim Obergefell who was the main plaintiff in the marriage equality case, Ryan Reyes whose partner Larry Kaufman was one of the 14 victims at San Bernardino and many more including an empty seat to represent victims of gun violence who no longer have a voice.

Jim gave a large portion of the time for this Crosstalk to listeners as they finished the following sentence: The State of the Union is...

Posted on January 8th, 2016

​​​Air Date: January 08, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

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Once again Jim Schneider brought listeners up-to-date on issues affecting Christians by presenting numerous news stories. Here's a sampling of what can be heard if you review this edition of Crosstalk:

--On New Years Eve, Germany allowed thousands of Islamic immigrants to enter
the country. Dozens of women were assaulted, robbed and raped by men with Arab
and North African features.
--There's a rise in the demand for self-defense products such as pepper spray in
--The arrest of 2 Iraqi born refugees on terror related charges has recharged
calls for the Obama administration to pull back on plans to welcome thousands of
more refugees from Middle East war zones.
--Suspect in Pennsylvania police officer ambush/shooting told homicide
investigators he acted in the name of Islam.
--Former South Milwaukee Catholic church/school has been sold to a Muslim
congregation for use as a mosque.
--A Wheaton College professor under dismissal proceedings for her stand that
Muslims and Christians worship the same deity.
--President Obama vetoed legislation that would have repealed Obamacare.
--In remarks before the House, New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith noted that
Planned Parenthood dismembers or chemically poisons a baby to death every 2
minutes and have killed over 7 million children since 1973.
--Planned parenthood performed 323,999 abortions and received 553.7 million
dollars from U.S. taxpayers during the 2014-2015 fiscal year according to its
most recent annual report.
--NARAL Pro Choice America has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
--Wednesday House conservatives challenged Speaker Paul Ryan to fulfill his pledge
to play offense in 2016 warning that the 'honeymoon' period of his tenure is
--Speaker Paul Ryan is considering seeking a new authorization of military force
that would formally declare war on the Islamic State.
--Mississippi Congressman Steven Palazzo called for congressmen to join him in
censuring President Obama.
--Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore ordered state probate judges not
to issue same-sex marriage licenses despite the U.S. Supreme Court's pro same-
sex ruling.
--Lawmakers in South Carolina have proposed a law that would withdraw recognition
of same-sex marriage.
--Bathrooms opened to both genders in Washington state.
--Dr. Paul Church, a prominent Boston doctor and trained urologist, says that the
hospital fired him because he refused to endorse the LGBT lifestyle which he
believes is dangerous and unhealthy.
--Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing (JONAH), which offered therapy for
unwanted same-sex attractions, will close its doors later this month. The
closing is the result of a lawsuit in New Jersey brought by the Southern Poverty
Law Center.
--Bill Clinton said that in all probability, the next president will make between
1 and 3 new appointments to the Supreme Court.
--Alabama based abortion clinic closes down making Selma, Alabama, abortion free.
--State of Washington pharmacists defy radical pro-abortion governor with legal
--States such as Ohio and South Carolina are grappling with a discovery that
Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities are contracting with medical
waste companies that dump aborted babies into landfills.
--A wave of complaints forced the IRS to withdraw their controversial non-profit
charities donor plan.
--Beginning this month, if you have a federal tax debt of $50,000 or more
(including penalties and interest), the IRS can get your passport canceled.
--Lawmakers crafting Obamacare did propose panels that would decide whether or not
a health care procedure was worth paying for. Now changes in Medicare for 2016
include coverage for end of life counseling.

Posted on January 7th, 2016

​​Air Date: January 07, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

​Guest: Steve Giegerich

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​After high school, many young people leave home for college or university studies. While most attend to further their education in order to enter their chosen vocation, these young people are confronted with numerous philosophies and influences that bring about choices and decisions that can impact them for life.

With so much humanism and secularism generated on so many campuses, a person can only wonder what hope there is for young people to know God and his redemptive plan of salvation through Jesus Christ. Is there any hope? Is anyone trying to stem the tide of anti-Christian influences?

One person making an impact is Steve Giegerich. Since 1990, Steve has served as a missionary with Campus Bible Fellowship International of Baptist Mid-Missions. He's ministered at Indiana University in South Bend, Indiana, and has provided outreach to students at Notre Dame, St. Mary's College, Holly Cross College, Bethel College, Davenport College, Ivy Tech and Michiana College.

Steve's earlier motivation in life was to be a concert pianist. He won some significant competitions, however, the Lord had other plans. After Steve began trusting Christ during his Junior year at the university of Iowa, he became involved in Campus Bible Fellowship and it seemed that quite often they'd hear about a student putting their trust in Christ as their Savior. So just seeing the need to reach out to students at the university was what really got his attention.

Campus Bible Fellowship's goal is to reach students through a local church. One of the exciting elements is the international outreach. Steve noted Notre Dame's near-1,000 population of international students. He's part of the family friendship program where they adopt an international student and look for people who are willing to be a home-away-from-home for these students.

Steve has also had an impact by being able to teach ESL (English as a Second Language) classes and obtain furniture donations from local churches that are passed along to international scholars and students that need them. All of this has the end goal of introducing people to the gospel message.

How do students know he's on campus? What are the discipling, counseling and hospitality ministries all about? How important is the local church to what he's doing? These and other questions are answered and Jim also presents a selection of Steve's music. You'll hear it all when you review this edition of Crosstalk.

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To obtain a copy of Steve's CD called, 'Christ Arose,' send $13 plus $3 for shipping to:

Steve Giegerich
19525 Pendle Road
South Bend, Indiana 46637
574-272-8890 (E-Mail)

Posted on January 6th, 2016

​Air Date: January 06, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

​Guest: David Caton

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As time goes on we're seeing special accommodations being made for the religion of Islam. Some schools have established a prayer room for Muslim students. Airports have redesigned restrooms. Businesses have conducted employee sensitivity training on Islamic practices. Chapels have removed crosses so as not to offend Muslims. Many businesses have been accommodating Muslims but are finding themselves being pushed for more.

One business is fighting back. Joining Jim to discuss this was David Caton. David is the executive director of the Florida Family Association, an organization dedicated to Defending American values.

The business that has become the latest focal point is the Cargill Meats Solutions Plant in Fort Morgan, Colorado. About 2 weeks ago several Muslims went to their supervisor to see if they could come off the assembly line and go to the break room to have group prayer. They were denied their request because of the large number of people that wanted to participate at one time. They decided to walk off the job and in the end Cargill fired a total of 200 employees.

Cargill's policy does not allow for fired employees to reapply for their jobs for a period of six months.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) put out a press release admitting that their negotiations on behalf of the employees failed.

This Crosstalk also provides brief discussion concerning CAIR, some statistics concerning Muslims and their thoughts on the implementation of Shariah and more.

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To read an article on this situation and to send an e-mail to Cargill officials encouraging them to stand firm on their decision and not surrender to the demands for mass Muslim prayer in the workplace go to

Posted on January 5th, 2016

​Air Date: January 05, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

​Guest: Erich Pratt

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President Obama returned from his holiday vacation to announce what he called, 'common sense gun reform'. This includes universal background check registration along with restrictions on seniors. Is this really common sense? Has the president overstepped his executive authority? Is this what the public is calling for?

Joining Jim to look at this issue was Erich Pratt. Erich is the executive director for Gun Owners of America.

Erich believes President Obama does not have constitutional authority to set forth gun control reforms via executive order. Why? The Second Amendment says that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. This means that everything the president laid out is an infringement on law abiding gun owners and citizens.

Erich also referred to the president's analogy that you can't yell 'fire' in a crowded theater. He noted how the president sank his own argument by saying this because obviously movie goers are free to enter a theater and when that freedom is abused, then they're held liable. What theaters don't do is put customers through a background check to make sure they don't have a history of yelling 'fire' while attending a movie. In the case of gun control, President Obama is placing prior restraint and restrictions on law abiding citizens and their God-given right to self-defense. This means the president's theater analogy is a failure and coming from someone who taught constitutional law, he should know better.

Jim then brought up an interesting question. If the actions of the president are unconstitutional and are an assault on the Second Amendment and the Separation of Powers, why are they advancing and who's going to stop them?

The other side doesn't have the facts or figures to back them up. Over the last 25 years we've seen 150 million new guns manufactured and imported into the U.S yet during that time our murder rate was cut in half. So Erich believes it's all about the agenda, so Gun Owners of America will be pursuing legal action in this area and also working with congressmen on defunding gun restrictions.

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