Posted on August 20th, 2014

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Air Date: August 20, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Barbara Loe Fisher

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Barbara Loe Fisher is the president of the National Vaccine Information Center, a non-profit organization she co-founded with parents of DT vaccine injured children in 1983. For over 30 years she has led a national, grassroots movement and public information campaign to institute vaccine safety reforms and informed consent protections in the public health system. Barbara is the author of numerous articles and books including, 'Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide' published in 2014. She is the mother of three grown children. Her oldest son suffered a convulsion, collapse and brain inflammation within hours of his fourth DPT shot in 1980 when he was two-and-a-half years old and was left with multiple learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder.

The vaccine scenario is much different than it was back in the 1960's and 70's. Back then there were only 23 doses of 7 vaccines that were recommended by the federal government and that were mandated by the states. These were given to children between the ages of 2 months and 6 years. Today that list has grown to 69 doses of 16 vaccines. 49 doses are given before the age of 6 and the first one occurs at 12 hours of age in the newborn nursery.

If you're a parent or grandparent concerned about this trend, Barbara covers a lot of ground on this back-to-school edition of Crosstalk as she discusses the following:

--Why she believes the concept of vaccine acquired 'herd' immunity doesn't work.
--Why obtaining and reading the product insert for a drug is important.
--Vaccine symptoms that require serious attention.
--The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
--How safe is the HPV vaccine?
--Is there a religious exemption to vaccine laws?


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Posted on August 19th, 2014

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Air Date: August 19, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Randy Thomasson

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School is back in session. Some have started school this week, some next and many start right after Labor Day. Some parents may let out a sigh of relief upon having their children back in school. The guest on this Crosstalk, however, pointed out that your sigh of relief may actually cause your family much turmoil and consternation in the days and years to come. What's happening in the schools that is causing such concern?

Joining Jim to answer that question was Randy Thomasson. Randy is a veteran pro-family leader and president of SaveCalifornia.com. Their organization stands strong for moral virtues for the common good by educating, equipping and inspiring concerned citizens to embrace and promote moral virtues in their homes and communities.

According to Randy, more than anywhere else in the nation, California promotes the sexual indoctrination of children and it's being done at the hands of Democrats who have been in virtual control of the state government for the last 50 years.

Jim and Randy look at this sexual indoctrination that has come in the form of laws that have been passed and could influence your state legislators. 8 of the 10 mentioned are California-wide and the remaining 2 can be mandated by the school district or the school itself. These come with no 'opt-out' possibilities for parents and no child is exempt. Some of them include:

--Transgender bathrooms are required in government schools.

--SB-543--This legislation involves the taking of children off campus to be counseled without parental permission. Randy says this is for the purpose of teaching children who are sexually confused that they are homosexual or trans-sexual.

--Children are required to admire and emulate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans such as Harvey Milk, the late homosexual icon who Randy says believed in sexual anarchy.

--SB-777--This says that all public school instruction and activities have to positively depict bisexuality, trans-sexuality and homosexuality to children as young as 5 years old. Silence on this matter runs counter to this law.

--SB71--This involves educational health standards for children whereby youngsters from age Kindergarten on up are to be taught than any consensual sex is safe if you protect yourself with a condom.

--AB-1785—It alters the curriculum framework to include human relations education. This is meant to foster an appreciation of the diversity of California's population and discouraging the development of discriminatory attitudes and practices.

--AB-537--Allows teachers and students to openly proclaim and display their homosexuality, bisexuality or trans-sexuality.


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Posted on August 18th, 2014

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Air Date: August 18, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: William Federer

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William Federer is a historian, nationally known speaker, best-selling author and president of Amerisearch, a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage. His American Minute radio feature is broadcast daily on stations across the country. He has authored close to 20 books including, 'America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations'; 'Backfired: A Nation Born for Religious Tolerance No Longer Tolerates Religion'; 'George Washington Carver: His Life & Faith in His Own Words'; 'Islamic Conquest Past and Present'; 'The Original 13' and has contributed to 'Miracles in American History: 32 Amazing Stories of Answered Prayer'.

Knowledge of American history is not complete unless you understand the things that took place that can only be explained as the providential and sovereign hand of God upon our nation and there's no one that can communicate these facts quite like William Federer.

Join Jim as he has William move through some critical points in American history such as the Francis Scott Key song that was birthed from the defeat of the Muslim Barbary Pirates, Key's connection to the American Bible society, what inspired President Lincoln to put 'In God We Trust' on our coins and other events connected to our Star Spangled Banner that celebrates its 200th anniversary on September 14th.


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Posted on August 15th, 2014

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Air Date: August 15, 2014

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Jim's Round-Up for this Friday dealt with the following stories that came across the Crosstalk news desk:

--The U.S. Navy announces that they have reversed their decision and now will not
be removing Bible's from Navy hotel rooms.
--Mississippi adds the words 'In God We Trust' to their state seal.
--Ferguson, Missouri, police chief identifies officer alleged to have killed an
unarmed, black teen.
--The news media is being accused of stoking the emotions of rioters and looters
in the Missouri incident.
--Times Square shut down as protestors take to the streets.
--The U.S. Justice Department has dispatched its Community Relations Service to
the scene in Missouri.
--Executive Director of the Fraternal Order of Police criticizes President Obama
for his remarks about the enforcement in Ferguson.
--Representative John Lewis feels that President Obama should use the authority of
his office to declare Martial Law in the Ferguson case.
--Thousands of unaccompanied illegal alien minors have been transferred to
Baltimore, Los Angeles, New York City, Houston and the Washington, DC area.
--A scathing report by the Inspector General of the Department of Homeland
Security revealed that President Obama and his administration broke federal law
when thousands of illegal aliens were released.
--Senator Jeff Sessions calls on every citizen to call their senators and demand
to know where they stand on President Obama's planned executive amnesty.
--Thousands of unaccompanied Central American teens that can't speak English will
enter U.S. schools this Fall. Some will also have no school experience.
--Thousands of kids who have crossed the border are having their expedited cases
coming before New York City immigration judges.
--A Rwandan man wanted for his alleged role in the Rwanda 1994 genocide was
apprehended in Northeastern Maine after illegally crossing the U.S./Canadian
border.
--The wife of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is the latest 'insider'
from the Muslim Brotherhood to threaten to expose the special relationship
between Morsi and the Obama administration.
--Sydney, Australia man stabs his wife to death just weeks after converting to
Islam alleging that Allah told him to do it.
--ISIS threatens the life of Pastor Saeed Abedini.
--Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel addressed Marines in California and said that
the world is exploding all over.
--John Kerry says the biggest challenge we face is global climate change.
--A German officer is appointed to a key command post over the U.S. Army in
Europe.
--Federal Appeals Court rules same-sex marriages can begin in the State of
Virginia.
--President Obama makes a surprise video appearance at the opening ceremonies of
the International Gay Games in Cleveland.
--Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, bridal shop owner under fire for turning down female
couple for same-sex marriage attire.
--Gay bingo homework project for students in the U.K.
--New Hampshire governor declares state of emergency over drug overdoses of
'smacked'.
--U.S. District judge orders the IRS to come up with new answers after IRS
employees contradicted sworn testimony about damage to Lois Lerner's hard drive.
--A key official overseeing the launch of Obamacare asked a subordinate to delete
an e-mail exchange on the matter according to newly released records touching
off Republican concerns that the administrator may be hiding internal
discussions from Congress.
--A new report released by the Treasury Inspector for General for Tax
Administration, finds that some contract employees for the IRS didn't have the
required background checks yet did have access to taxpayer data.
--Attorney General Eric Holder, his daughters, their boyfriends and 2 security
officers boarded a government owned Gulf Stream jet and headed off for New York
for the Belmont Stakes horse race.
--A majority of federal government inspector generals claim that the Obama
administration is obstructing their investigations into mismanagement and
corruption by government.
--Acting without the knowledge or approval of Congress, the Obama administration
is allowing Libyan nationals to come to the U.S. to sign up for flight school or
to attend U.S. universities to train as nuclear scientists.
--A noted trans-humanist author cautiously supports the idea of having a world
government body forcibly sterilizing anyone deemed unworthy of parenthood by
using implanted microchips.

Posted on August 14th, 2014

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Air Date: August 14, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

Guest: Erik Stanley

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Erik Stanley serves as Senior Legal Counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom where he is Director of the Church Project and Pulpit Initiative. He also oversees other litigation efforts to maintain the autonomy of the church and to ensure its freedoms are protected under the First Amendment.

For about 60 years, the IRS has been responsible for enforcing the Johnson Amendment that's part of the 501(c)(3) rules. This amendment deals with churches speaking on the issue of candidates and elections.

In a Minnesota case from 2008, a federal district court found that the IRS procedures for how they audit churches were unlawful. Congress had passed a law in 1984 called, 'The Church Audit Procedures Act'. This required that certain high-level officials sign off on church audits before the IRS does them so as to de-politicize any church audits. The federal district court in 2008 found that the IRS was not complying with the audit act and at that point the IRS simply stopped auditing churches until they could come up with new procedures for how to do so.

The IRS proposed some new procedures but never came up with new ones. Madison, Wisconsin's Freedom From Religion Foundation sued the IRS with the belief that it's unconstitutional for the IRS to continue to enforce the Johnson Amendment against general non-profit organizations but not to enforce it against churches. They viewed this as unequal treatment and a settlement in this case was announced recently.

What's happened over time is that biblical issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage have been labeled as political. Churches have then been told to remain silent regarding such issues as though the church wants to invade the realm of politics. Sadly the IRS has supported this false notion. The result is that many people think it's illegal for pastors to say anything political from the pulpit and for 60 years, our elected leaders have been given a 'free pass' from moral and biblical scrutiny by the church.

If you agree that pastors should be free to speak on critical issues and apply the Bible to the selection of our national, state and local leaders just as they would to any other area of life, you'll want to review this Crosstalk broadcast.


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Posted on August 13th, 2014

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Air Date: August 13, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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Madison Wisconsin's Freedom From Religion Foundation claims that over 24% of their members are active duty military or veterans. They also claim that 23% of military personnel identify as atheists or agnostics or have no religious affiliation.

Recently they indicated that 2 concerned service members separately contacted them earlier this year to report finding Christian Bible's in every Navy operated hotel room in which they had stayed during decades of service. In response, the FFRF sent a letter on March 12th of this year to NEXCOM (Navy Exchange Service Command) due to their belief that by the placement of such Bibles, the Navy run lodges are showing favoritism to Christianity over all other religions and non-religions.

NEXCOM responded by issuing a directive on June 19th stating that the Navy lodge general manager should advise the installation commanding officer of the FFRF's intention to work through the chaplain's office to determine what installation policy is and the method to remove religious material currently residing in guest rooms.

The directive indicated that the action is to be completed by September 1st of this year. The FFRF noted that they were pleased that NEXCOM has taken its constitutional obligation to religious neutrality seriously.


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To encourage the Navy to keep Bible's in the lodges call:

Rear Admiral Robert Bianchi, CEO of NEXCOM--757-631-3600
Michael Bockelman, Vice President of NEXCOM--757-502-7496
U.S. Navy--1-800-872-6289
Navy Inspector General's Office--1-800-522-3451

To learn more about your rights as Christians contact:

Liberty Counsel
1-800--671-1776
www.lc.org


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