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

Host: Vic Eliason

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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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Posted on March 19th, 2014

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Air Date: March 19, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

Guest: John Guandolo

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John Guandolo is a counter-terrorism expert. He is a former FBI agent who created and implemented the FBI's first counter-terrorism training education program. He is also a former SWAT team leader and was a certified undercover agent. He is he founder of UnderstandingTheThreat.com and author of the newly released book, 'Raising a Jihadi Generation'.

According to John, the jihadi network in the U.S. is made up of a number of different organizations. C.A.I.R. (The Council on American-Islamic Relations) is prominent because they promote themselves as a civil rights organization when in fact, they are a Hamas entity. Here's how John described their formation:

The Muslim Brotherhood came to the U.S. in the 1960's. Since the early 1990's, their network has expanded. On order from the International Muslim Brotherhood, all Muslim Brotherhood infected countries (over 100 countries today) were ordered to create Palestine committees to raise money, recruits and create propaganda for Hamas. Out of this strategy came the founding of the Holy Land Foundation.

John noted that the evidence for this strategy is overwhelming. In 1993 the U.S. Palestine Committee (Hamas) had a leadership meeting in Philadelphia. The FBI covered this meeting by taking pictures, placing microphones in meeting rooms and tapping phone lines. Of the 3 men that ended up being the founders of C.A.I.R., two of them were at this meeting. They were recorded during numerous conversations with the transcripts being entered as evidence during the Holy Land Foundation Trial. The conversations reveal that a public relations front was part of the terrorist's strategy in order to mask their real purpose which was to support Hamas.

Months later, during the Holy Land Trial, one of the case agents testified that the men who were recorded were discussing the creation of C.A.I.R. From the 1994 Palestine Committee meeting came documents that track what they were talking about and you see the 4 organizations of Hamas in the U.S., including C.A.I.R.

Fast-forward to 2004 when the FBI did a raid in Annandale, Virginia, and discovered the archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America. Among the documents that were found was a list of the leaders of the Palestine section in America (Hamas). Two of the founders of C.A.I.R. Were on that list.

In light of this information, why do some of our national officials continue to speak and act as though no one can overthrow the U.S. government, treating it like it's a topic that's not even rational to talk about? You decide when you review this Crosstalk that takes a serious look at our national security.


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Posted on March 18th, 2014

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Air Date: March 18, 2014

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Guest: Tom DeWeese

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Tom DeWeese is the President of the American Policy Center. Tom is one of the nation's leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.

Article V allows for ways to amend the Constitution. One is by Congress passing an amendment that's sent to the states to be ratified. The other way is to have two-thirds of the states pass legislation calling for a constitutional convention to discuss one or more issues. Once two-thirds or 34 states put in such a request, then according to Article V Congress is supposed to convene a constitutional convention.

One of the major concerns that Tom has with the idea of holding a constitutional convention is that once one is called, there is no controlling of what is discussed.

As Tom noted, our Constitution is the only governing document that says you have rights you are born with and it's the job of government to protect those rights. That's what makes us a republic, not a democracy. The reason this is a concern is because there are those who feel our Constitution is old, outdated and needs to be modernized. The people saying these kinds of things want to change our Constitution because they don't like what it says. It's restricting what they want to do and they want it out of the way. One of the ways that's being used to do away with it is to simply ignore it.

Those who appreciate our Constitution see this taking place and the answer for some is to initiate an Article V convention. Tom doesn't see how this solves anything any differently than a constitutional convention. You're still bringing a group of people together, you have to decide how the delegates are chosen and there's no way to control what happens once they convene.

The problem is, why does this have to be done in the first place? Again, it's because those in power are ignoring the Constitution. Tom described a scenario where he imagined we had an Article V convention and we passed a balanced budget amendment, we made English the official language, stopped illegal immigration, etc., and now these things are in the Constitution. At that point, what changes? The people ignoring the Constitution are opposed to these things. What under an Article V convention model forces anyone to adhere to the Constitution? Under this scenario, just because the American public would have passed these things doesn't force legislators to suddenly have to govern properly. He cited Obamacare as a classic example. 75% of the American public didn't want it and it passed anyway.

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Posted on March 17th, 2014

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Air Date: March 17, 2014

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This Crosstalk began by looking at the ministry life of the late Bob Bowman, the Founder and President of FEBC, The Far East Broadcasting Company. Last week Bob passed away just a few days short of his 99th birthday.

Vic played a special audio clip that gave an overview of Bob's life and ministry efforts. Bob felt that if radio can bring non-Believers to Christ in America, why not use it to reach people in far away places. The result is that when Far East Broadcasting began, there were 2 million Christians in China and eventually it had grown to 90 million.

Bob certainly left an incredible legacy, proving what can be done when one's life is put into the Master's hand. In fact, Vic challenged listeners when he asked, 'What legacy will we leave as our lives come to the end?'

During the second half of the program, Vic reminded listeners of his question from Friday when he asked if they come from the category of those who are searching. Vic repeated that question adding that if perhaps you are hungry spiritually, what is it you are looking for as it comes from the pulpit? What is causing any lack of satisfaction? Are you looking for a larger church? A smaller church? Deeper studies in the Word? Numerous listeners responded by presenting their needs, desires and insights on this helpful edition of Crosstalk.





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