Air Date: September 19, 2014
Host: Jim Schneider
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
–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 that…an 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
–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.