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Podcast: Who Do Some Counties Have More Registered Voters Than Is Allowed? Guest: Bill Johnson

The National Voter Registration Act states that voter registration rolls must keep “clean and accurate voter registration records.” Of the 50 states, how many are adhering to that law? On March 15th. The Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit against Neveda’s Secretary of State Cisco Aguliar, a Democrat, claiming that the state has “impossibly high” voter registration. The lawsuit says, “At least three Nevada counties have more registered voters than they have adult citizens who are over the age of 18. That number of voters is impossibly high.” But what about other states?

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Podcast: The Danger of Adding Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity to Laws; Guest: Abraham Hamilton III

Homosexual activists have been trying to get actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity added to the PA Human Relations Act for as long as I can remember. During this legislative session they have gotten the closest they ever have with the passage of HB 300 in the State House. It passed by a vote of 102 to 98 on May 2 of last year. Only one Democrat – Frank Burns from Cambria County – voted against it and, unfortunately, two Luzerne County Republicans voted for it. So, just why are LGBTQ activists trying so hard to get this language added to the PA Human Relations Act and just how dangerous is it?

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Podcast: Roe v Wade is Overturned, but the battle continues; Guest: Mark Harrington

January is known as Sanctity of Human Life Month. Since the 1973 Roe v Wade decision by the US Supreme Court over 63 million babies have been killed. With the overturn of Roe v Wade, too many Americans think the fight is over. It is long from being over as evidenced by the many fights that are going on state by state – some wins, some loses for the pro-life movement. But how many fully understand what abortion is.

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Podcost – Debunking the Overpopulation Myth; Guest: Brad Mattes, President Life Issues Institute

The Population Media Center defines overpopulation as “a situation in which the Earth cannot regenerate the resources used by the world’s population each year. Experts say this has been the case every year since 1970, with each successive year becoming more and more damaging. To help temper this wildly unsustainable situation, we need to understand what’s contributing to overpopulation and overconsumption and how these trends are affecting everything from climate change to sociopolitical unrest.” But the question is is this true??

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Podcast – Losing America’s History; Guest: Carris Kocher

How history is told impacts future generations of any country. Since at least 2021, the PA Historical and Museum Commission has been engaged in a comprehensive review of its 2500 historical markers. Here are a couple examples of what they’ve done: made changes to a marker at the suburban Philadelphia birthplace of Continental Army Maj. Gen. “Mad” Anthony Wayne because it referred to him as an “Indian fighter.” It also is developing a replacement to a marker that has been removed from the grounds of the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, on the site of a 19th-century prison, that noted Confederate cavalry were held there after their capture in Ohio during the Civil War. Across the nation there is an effort to rewrite our nation’s history, but what prompted this interview was the effort to remove a statue of William Penn from Welcome Park in Philadelphia.

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Podcast – Danger of United Nations’ Agenda 2030; Guest: Dr. John Diamond

The United Nations has gone well beyond its original mission and now wants to control every aspect of every citizens’ life throughout the world. This is from the Preamble of one of their latest initiatives: “This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development. All countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan.

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Podcast – Is There Hope for the Public School System? — Guest: Dran Reese, Public School Exit

As the public school system’s indoctrination agenda is being exposed day after day, more parents and taxpayers are becoming more concerned. There are more calls for reform, but is there any hope for public schools? In the meantime, millions of American students are being taught to hate America through revised history lessons, are being exposed to the whole LGBTQ agenda, even through the use of pornographic material, they may be told the lie that they were born in the wrong body, told that America is a systemically racist nation and so much more.

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Podcast – Socialism, The Real History: From Plato to the Present; Guest: Bill Federer

Socialism – there’s been a lot of talk about that issue recently. defines it as a theory or system of social organization that advocates the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, capital, land, etc., by the community as a whole, usually through a centralized government. Is this idea a recent phenomenon or has the concept been around for a while?

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Podcast – Mind Polluters; Guest: Mary McAllister

As parents become more aware of what is actually going on in their child’s public school, the vast majority are outraged. More and more are attending school board meetings to express their concerns about boys in girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms, playing on girls’ sports, lessons being taught to their children and sexually explicit books in the school library. What’s in your child’s school?

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Podcast: Reflecting on the Legacy of Dr. Don Wildmon; Guest: Buddy Smith

The National Federation for Decency was formed in 1977 by Rev. Don Wildmon, a Mississippi United Methodist pastor. What was it that caused a pastor to get involved in the public arena? Why did he step out from behind the pulpit and eventually out of the pulpit? Just how effective was this National Federation for Decency and what has it become? Brother Don passed away on December 28th. I’d like to use this program to reflect on not only the legacy of Don Wildmon, but on the man himself.

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