News Roundup & Comment

Date:  March 5, 2021  
Host: Jim Schneider   
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Here’s a sample of stories from Jim’s news lineup this week:

–Like the House, the Senate is holding no committee hearings on the so-called ‘Equality Act.’  This means it’s going right to the Senate floor.  You can let your feelings be known by contacting your senators at 202-224-3121 or go to

–Republican Congressman Gregory Steube of Florida, boldly gave a defense of male and female from the biblical perspective and also warned of the consequences on the House floor.  When he was finished, Congressman Jerry Nadler said the following: ‘What any religious tradition ascribes as God’s will is no concern of this Congress.’

–This week word came out from Bethany Christian Services of Grand Rapids, Michigan, the nation’s largest Protestant adoption and foster care agency, that they will begin serving LGBTQ couples.

–A California judge is allowing a ‘thruple’ (3 homosexual men) to be listed as the legal parents of two children. 

–In Kennesaw, Georgia, a Baptist Church has been booted out of the Southern Baptist Convention for affirming homosexuality.

–A disturbing online video (called the ‘GayBC’s’) has a young child learning what each letter of the alphabet through homosexual terms.

–Under a new law, transgender youth in Alabama could not be treated with puberty blockers, hormone therapy or surgery. 

–Congressman Mark Green believes HR-1 (For the People Act) is a blatant attempt by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats to concentrate power in the hands of the federal government.

–On March 4th, the Senate advanced President Biden’s 1.9 trillion dollar COVID-19 relief plan with Vice President Kamala Harris providing the tie-breaking vote. 

–The Senate Finance Committee cast a tie vote this week on the nomination of abortion activist Xavier Becerra to become the Secretary for Health and Human Services. 

–According to the Family Research Council’s annual report, in the 2019 fiscal year, Planned Parenthood killed 354,871 babies.

–Investigative journalist David Daleiden is back in court, continuing to appeal the 16 million dollar verdict in favor of Planned Parenthood.

–Last Friday an overjoyed pro-abortion New Mexico Governor signed Senate Bill 10 into law making New Mexico into a wide open abortion on demand state.

–A federal judge extended his block Wednesday on an Ohio law that protects unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable.

–Family Policy Alliance of Idaho celebrated passage of the ‘No Public Funds for Abortion Act’ in the Idaho House of Representatives.  

Hear what else took place this week in the news when you review this edition of Crosstalk.

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