Posted on September 19th, 2014

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Air Date: September 19, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider was the voice presenting many stories of interest to Crosstalk listeners. Stories included:

--Yesterday Secretary of State John Kerry defended the President's statement that
ISIS does not represent Islam.

--Suspected members of ISIS captured by Australian police officials as they were
plotting to behead a randomly chosen victim.

--Muslim leader admits terrorism is a part of Islam.

--A portion of the 120 million dollars that the Obama administration is infusing
into Nigerian education programs is funding Islamic schools that exclusively
teach the recitation and memorization of the Quran.

--A confessed domestic terrorist sits in prison after using information from the
Southern Poverty Law Center to target a Christian organization in Washington.

--Muslim terrorists have described the brutal killing of a New Jersey teen for
being American as a 'just' kill.

--Major TV networks are so enthralled by the NFL firestorm over domestic violence
yet these same networks are ignoring the shocking acts of domestic terrorism
within the United States.

--The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee says that at least one
foreign fighter from ISIS has already traveled in and out of the U.S. before
committing a suicide bombing overseas.

--Supporters of ISIS want Times Square and other popular American tourist sites

--California's Ventura High School principal bans the football booster club from
selling Chick-fil-A sandwiches over fears that people might be offended.

--Washington Redskin's quarterback Robert Griffin III enters the room for a post
game press conference but is required to turn his shirt inside out because of
it's Christian message.

--Liberty Institute attorneys applaud officials at Arkansas State University in
response to a decision to now allow players to commemorate fallen fellow players
with the original memorial cross decals on helmets.

--The Supreme Court has now added gay marriage cases to the justices agenda for
their closed door conference on September 29th.

--Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel accuses Ruth Bader Ginsburg of violating the
judicial code of conduct.

--Senator Rob Portman, the first Republican U.S. Senator to embrace same-sex
marriage, may make a presidential run in 2016.

--The National Religious Broadcasters cautions against ENDA with warnings of
possible threats against religious liberty.

--5th grader requests Chap-Stick while on her school playground and is denied.
Why? It can only be administered by a school nurse and only if a physician has
prescribed its use. This took place in spite of the fact that in 26 states and
Washington, D.C., teens and pre-teens don't need parental permission to obtain
an abortion.

--Planned Parenthood board member feels it's important to indoctrinate children
with a pro-abortion message.

--Planned Parenthood facilitates 2 series to engage youth on various levels of
activism to help bolster their pro-abortion platform.

--One million teens in America become pregnant each year. Of that number, 78%
are unintended. 38% choose to abort.

--Miss America organization defends latest winner in response to the outcry over
her abortion ties.

--New study reveals a significant correlation between autism and certain vaccines.

--Michigan administrative law judge finds that Muskegon abortionist Robert
Alexander is responsible for negligence and incompetence under the state's
public code in a case involving filthy conditions at his clinic.

--The former Kate Middleton (The Duchess of Cambridge) is pregnant again and the
world is calling the unborn baby just unborn baby. Why is this not
being called the 'royal blob of tissue' or 'royal fetus' by pro-abortion

--Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin has introduced the ATF Elimination
Act, an act that would dissolve the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and

--Satanic Temple of New York City has been given permission to hand out materials
to students in public schools in the Orlando, Florida area.

--Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship to be booted out of California's 23 state

--Airmen can omit the phrase 'so help me God' when taking their enlistment or
officer appointment oath.

--One mysterious interceptor cell phone tower discovered near the White House and
the Senate.

--At least 8 Ebola aid workers reportedly killed by villagers in Guinea.

--The IRS is stonewalling a request by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF)
regarding tax documents related to a legal settlement that apparently adopted
new new protocols and procedures for the investigation of churches.

--A South Carolina high school principal's decision to confiscate American flags
from student vehicles on 9-11 has generated meetings between school officials
and outraged students.

--'Weed Welfare' unanimously approved by the Berkeley, California, city council.

Posted on September 18th, 2014

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Air Date: September 18, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Dr. E. Calvin Beisner

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Dr. E. Calvin Beisner is the founder and national spokesman of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. He is an interdisciplinary scholar specializing on the application of biblical worldview, theology and ethics to economics, environmental stewardship, political philosophy, public policy and apologetics. Dr. Beisner has testified as an expert witness on the theology, ethics, science and economics of climate change policy before the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and the Energy and Environment Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce.

This broadcast began with Jim mentioning how the U.N. is showing scary videos about climate change disasters that could happen in 2050. Dr. Beisner noted that what's so ironic about this is that if they're showing the videos now, the disasters they're predicting have to be already happening which means they're not the result of any climate change that happens between now and 2050.

Dr. Beisner informed listeners that there has been no increase in the observed frequency or intensity of any kind of severe weather events over the period of alleged, man-made global warming. In fact, as far as hurricanes are concerned, the U.S. is in the longest period on record since the last landfall of a category 3 or higher hurricane in the Atlantic basin.

One of the highlights of the program was an audio clip from Secretary of State John Kerry who recently claimed that confronting climate change is a responsibility laid down in Scripture and that the U.S., along with Muslim nations, share a stewardship perspective as it pertains to the earth.

Dr. Beisner pointed out that Muslim countries have environmental disasters taking place far worse than anything we have going on in the Western world. This is due to the fact that Islamic societies do not generate governments that respect private property, personal liberties and that are responsive to democratic forces.

In its own materials regarding attempts to cut power plant carbon dioxide emissions by 30% by 2030, the EPA acknowledges that this would only reduce global average temperatures by two-hundredths of a degree Celsius. This effort would come at a cost of about 50 billion dollars per year while reducing total employment in the U.S. by about 250,000. In addition the reduction in carbon dioxide would reduce the earth's crop yields, an effect that would be very harmful to the poor.

Dr. Beisner also provided background to the latest Cornwall Alliance declaration for the protection of the poor, John Kerry's flawed science regarding greenhouse gasses, how current global warming philosophies lead to rising energy prices, his call to action for all Christians and much more.

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Posted on September 17th, 2014

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Air Date: September 17, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Twila Brase

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Twila Brase is President of the Citizen's Council for Health Freedom and is a certified public health nurse. She provides a daily commentary on the Health Freedom Minute and has provided testimony before legislative bodies. The Citizens Council for Health Freedom supports patient and doctor freedom, medical innovation and the right of citizens to a confident patient-doctor relationship.

The controversy over Obamacare is far from over. With that in mind, Twila joined Jim to give listeners an update that looks at the following:

--Obamacare and the continued funding of abortion.

--House Resolution-5214. This legislation requires Health and Human Services to
make recommendations about developing and using clinical data registries to
allegedly improve patient care. These recommendations are then supposed to be
posted to their website. This bill is saying that they want the federal
government to standardize the clinical data registries to make them more useful
as the government moves toward a national medical records system.

--Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute This is basically what Obamacare
will use to ration health care They will access all of your data via the Health
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information
Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). Twila noted that
right now they are transferring data on somewhere between 26 million and 30
million patients. They plan on doing comparative effectiveness research which
looks at different treatments so that they can come up with what they feel are
the best and most cost-effective treatments. This will make it difficult for
you to obtain treatment that doesn't fit their protocol.

--A Minnesota insurance company leaves the Obamacare exchange. Could this signal
the start of serious erosion for the Obamacare program? still has security issues and allegedly was never built on a
security platform.

--Why major news networks seem to be ignoring big stories related to Obamacare.

There's much more that Twila and Jim discuss, so if medical information privacy and quality of health care that's specific to your needs is important to you, you'll want to review this Crosstalk broadcast.

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Posted on September 16th, 2014

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Air Date: September 16, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

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.

Tom described Agenda 21 as a document that came out of the 1992 Earth Summit that was sponsored by the United Nations. It was the culmination of several years of various other documents and meetings by non-governmental Organizations (NGO) like the Sierra Club, the Nature Conservancy, the Audubon Society and others. Eventually these documents were merged into one to become Agenda 21 which stands for 'Agenda for the 21st Century'. It's a blueprint for reorganizing human society based upon environmental concerns.

Tom takes issue with the social equity platform of Agenda 21 which he equates to the redistribution of wealth. So what he's seeing is attacks on private property ownership, loss of American jobs and the rise of what's called, 'environmental justice' all in the name of harmonizing America with the rest of the world.

Interestingly, the Southern Poverty Law Center has contracts with the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies and they've helped write reports on what organizations are to be considered a domestic terrorist threat.

Earlier this year, the SPLC issued a 22 page report called--Agenda 21: The U.N. Sustainability and Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory. Tom is personally named in this report a total of 23 times.

Tom went on to outline the growth steps of Agenda 21 and how these steps prove the dangers of this document in spite of the fact that he admits it's not a treaty and does not have the force of law.

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Posted on September 15th, 2014

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Air Date: September 15, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Grace Mally

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Grace Mally has been involved in youth discipleship ministry. She and her family have a ministry called Tomorrow's Forefathers, with the goal of equipping families to be grounded in the Word and fruitful for Christ's kingdom. She, along with her older siblings coauthored, 'Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends'. She also enjoys arranging witnessing and outreach events in her community and speaks at family conferences. Her latest book is, 'Will Our Generation Speak? A Call to be Bold with the Gospel'.

Grace began by noting how the Bible says all of us are responsible for communicating the gospel so no one can say we don't have the gift to share God's Word. Nonetheless, many Christians have concerns about their part in this process. For example, someone might say...

'I just can't do it.' Or maybe your response might be, 'I don't have the right personality for this.' Gospel sharing is not dependent upon personality but obedience. In fact, as Grace noted, sometimes a quiet person is actually a very effective witness for the gospel because such individuals tend to listen, and are calm and natural with people.

Maybe you've always felt that you have to develop a friendship with each person first. This is not necessary because if you had to develop a friendship first, that would limit the number of people you can reach.

As the program continued, Grace described the concept of 'listen but lead,' how to overcome fear, leaving a 'stone in the shoe,' handling people who are less than friendly, how to stay encouraged and much more.

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To obtain a copy of, 'Will Our Generation Speak? A Call to be Bold with the Gospel' for a donation of $16 or more, call 1-800-729-9829 or write to:

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Posted on September 12th, 2014

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Air Date: September 12, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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Callers were asked to comment on the following stories presented by host Vic Eliason:

--U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Sherwood Baker of Rochester, Michigan, is refused
entry to his daughter's high school because his uniform was considered
potentially offensive.

--Fire fighters disciplined after being ordered to remove patriotic and military
decals and stickers from lockers.

--Instead of calling the office of Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings, an aid
to Attorney General Eric Holder accidentally calls the office of House Oversight
Committee Chairman Darrell Issa for help in 'spinning' the IRS scandal.

--On the eve of 9-11, President Obama vows to degrade and destroy ISIL with air
strikes and the 475 'boots on the ground' but also declares that ISIL terrorists
are not Islamic.

--Democratic congressman fears there are other organizations that will arise if
ISIS is destroyed.

--Homeland Security Chief communicates perhaps the real reason for the President's
decision to delay plans to declare amnesty for 5 million illegal immigrants.

--California first grader told that Jesus is not allowed in school.

--Penn State University removes Gideon Bibles from hotel rooms after complaint
from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

--Arkansas State University forced to modify helmet memorial effort to deceased
football players.

--Washington, D.C., public school teacher has 6th graders comparing George Bush to
Adolph Hitler.

--Teenage female jihadist in Colorado pleads guilty to one count of providing
material support to ISIS.

--Philadelphia school district settles lawsuit that accuses school administrators
of discriminating against an employee who said he couldn't trim his beard for
religious reasons.

--Welfare recipients can't buy liquor but can now use their debit cards to
purchase marijuana.

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