Posted on March 27th, 2015

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Air Date: March 27, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider sat in the host's chair as he brought listeners up-to-date on the latest news stories from various sources. Stories included:

--Governor Mike Pence sets off a firestorm of controversy for signing the
Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana.
--Senator Harry Reid will be retiring at the end of his term.
--The Freedom From Religion Foundation is harassing 6 teams in the NCAA Tournament
because they have team chaplains.
--Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl charged Wednesday of this week with desertion.
--A former infantry officer who served with Bergdahl in Afghanistan wrote in The
Daily Beast that Bergdahl was a deserter and soldiers from his own unit died
trying to track him down.
--Germanwings co-pilot allegedly wanted to destroy the passenger jet that slammed
into the French Alps.
--Colorado woman accused of cutting baby from body of another woman might not
face homicide charges in the child's death because of the way criminal law has
become entangled in the politics of abortion.
--Group of Muslim Imams trying to bring Sharia 'light' to Texas run into stiff
resistance from the mayor of Irving.
--Video sting operation shows Cornell's assistant dean for students agreeing to
everything suggested by an undercover muckraker posing as a Moroccan student.
--Islamic State militants banning Mother's Day cakes in Syrian town because it's
considered heresy.
--Islamic State 'kill list' with the names, addresses and photos of American
military members triggers a federal investigation.
--Iran refuses to commit to a written nuclear deal.
--Iran's supreme leader calls for 'death to America' after President Obama appeals
to Iran to seize an historic opportunity for a nuclear deal.
--President Obama may be reassessing policy that the U.S. no longer considers
Israel a strategic ally in the Middle East.
--U.S. declassifies a document revealing Israel's nuclear program.
--Egypt provided the U.S. with information that ISIS is attempting to purchase
chemical weapons that can be used in terrorist attacks.
--Hundreds of Afghans protest to demand justice for a woman killed by a mob
outside a mosque after being falsely accused of burning a Qur’an.
--The number of students graduating with STEM degrees (Science, Technology,
Engineering & Math) far exceeds the number of STEM jobs available.
--New wave of Islamic immigration planned for the U.S.
--FEMA is threatening to deny funding to states that do not have global warming
plans.
--Indiana is preparing to declare a public health emergency over an HIV outbreak.
--President Obama refuses to meet with the head of NATO even though the
representative is in Washington for 3 days.
--Chaplain Wes Modder denied the chance to minister to dead sailor's grieving
family because of Modder's views concerning homosexuality.
--The Eliminating Pornography from Agency Act, which would prohibit federal
employees from accessing pornographic or explicit material on government
computers passed on Wednesday.
--MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, who admitted Obamacare was written in a tortured
way to pass muster with stupid American voters, may be headed for jail.
--Answers in Genesis files suit against the State of Kentucky because they denied
AIG participation in the tourism tax incentive.
--U.S. broadband providers file suit against the FCC over recently approved net
neutrality rules.
--Domestic terrorism and hate crimes exhibit includes evidence from attack on the
Family Research Council headquarters in August of 2012.
--Texas lawmaker's proposal to establish a 25 foot buffer zone around police
responsible for keeping the peace is drawing criticism from both legal experts
and law enforcement groups but for different reasons.
--Man with concealed carry permit saves the lives of several people at a
Philadelphia barber shop.
--Government Accountability Office issued a report showing that over a 3 year
period, groups that advocate for or whose affiliates perform abortions receive
hundreds of millions of dollars from the federal government.
--A woman throws a 'Molotov cocktail' at a group of pro-life prayer volunteers at
an Austin Planned Parenthood facility.
--Idaho Senate votes in favor of a bill that places restrictions on chemical
abortions.
--Kansas House passes the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.
--Oklahoma Senate panel passes ban on some types of abortion.
--U.S. Capitol police arrest 7 pro-life protestors that were praying outside the
office of House Speaker John Boehner.
--Hospital gives mother of a family of 7 children 4 days before they take away her
life support.
--The ACLU is suing a hospital in the state of Washington for allegedly not doing
enough abortions.
--Lawmakers in Oregon will soon decide the fate of the state's younger residents
who may be the victims of sexual abuse and that seek therapy to help resolve
unwanted same-sex attractions.
--Psychologists and counselors see more and more young people addicted to the
Internet and portable electronic devices.
--New York City Board of Health limiting how much juice children can drink in
order to reduce obesity rates.

Posted on March 26th, 2015

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Air Date: March 26, 2015

Guest Speaker: Shahram Hadian

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This edition of Crosstalk featured a recorded message by Shahram Hadian, born in Iran, a former Muslim, now a Christian Pastor and former candidate for Governor of the State of Washington. This message was originally presented at a Steeling the Mind Conference put on by Compass International which brings top Christian speakers together to address timely spiritual issues. Shahram speaks on the critical issues facing this nation and has started the Truth in Love Project. He warns of the true goal of Islam and the threat of Shariah.

In this message, Shahram quotes from Scripture saying that in the Tribulation multitudes will lose their lives to “beheadings” (Rev. 20:4). Is the recent rise of Muslim led beheadings a sign of what’s ahead? Shahram explains in detail.

Due to time constraints, this Crosstalk does not contain Mr. Hadian’s entire message. However for a limited time we are making copies of the complete message available on CD for a donation of $6 or on DVD for a donation of $12 (includes postage).

(Note: The DVD is recommended as Shahram uses a power point presentation and video in the presentation).

Copies are available by calling VCY America at 1-800- 729-9829 or by writing to Crosstalk, 3434 W Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53208.


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Posted on March 25th, 2015

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Air Date: March 25, 2015

Host: Vic Eliason

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This edition of Crosstalk featured callers from across the nation as the phone lines were opened and people shared what was on their hearts. Some of the topics and points brought up included:

--Alabama Judge Roy Moore and organic law.
--A listener said they may throw out their TV and replace it with a fish tank.
--Christians and the privilege of voting.
--Denominational divisions in the body of Christ.
--The slogan on the ISIS flag and President Obama's ring.
--President Obama and impeachment.
--A Muslim actor to portray Jesus in upcoming movie.
--The possible reason for President Obama's Hawaii home.
--Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be charged with desertion.
--Concern about a pastor who seems to avoid praying in the name of Jesus.
--Motivate conservative Christians to get involved in primary elections.
--Christianity is dead in America due to a lukewarm clergy.
--When is God going to call an end to all of this?

Posted on March 24th, 2015

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Air Date: March 24, 2015

Host: Vic Eliason

Guest: David Rubin

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David Rubin is the former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, in the region of Samaria known to most of the world as the West Bank. He is the founder and president of Shiloh Israel Children's Fund. He is also the author of four books including his latest, 'Sparks From Zion.'

Israel utilizes a parliamentary system of government although it is different from the parliamentary system of Europe. Israel has about 10 different parties that are elected to be in the Knesset (Israel's parliament) each year. So unlike voting in the U.S., in Israel they don't vote for an individual, they vote for a political party. At the end of the election the president of Israel (whose position is mostly ceremonial) meets with the heads of the political parties that were elected to the Knesset and the head of each of those parties recommends who they think should form the next governing coalition.

In the case of the recent election, Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection so it's his responsibility to form the new governing coalition. He does this by meeting with the heads of each of the political parties, negotiates with them and after this process is complete, he decides who is to be given certain tasks in the government such as Minister of Defense, Minister of Finance, etc. That completes the governing coalition of the majority of the Knesset.

David believes Netanyahu's reelection sends a multifaceted signal to the world. On one hand you have the message that the policies of Israel will move politically to the 'right.' In addition, he sees Netanyahu's reelection as revenge. Although perhaps not intentional, it was at least implicit revenge against President Obama because the President, along with his administration, clearly did not want Netanyahu to win.

As the program moved along, Vic had David comment on the following:

--Why the disdain by President Obama toward Prime Minister Netanyahu?
--Where does Benjamin Netanyahu stand on the 2-state solution?
--Did Israel spy on the U.S. and the U.S./Iran nuclear arms talks?
--Is anti-semitism on the rise?


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Posted on March 23rd, 2015

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Air Date: March 23, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Barbara Loe Fisher

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Are you aware of the fact that there is discussion going on about the possible implementation of immunization compliance programs for adults? Could there come a time soon when government will treat you like a family pet and you will have to be up-to-date with your vaccines? In your case it would be a lot more serious because not being up-to-date could cause a denial of health care or perhaps employers will need to see that you've complied with such a program in order to get or keep your job.

Joining Jim to discuss this topic of adult vaccination compliance was Barbara Loe Fisher. Barbara is president of the National Vaccine Information Center which she co-founded with parents of DPT vaccine injured children in 1983. For the past three decades she had led a national, grassroots movement and public information campaign to institute vaccine safety reforms and informed consent protections in the public health systems. She is co-author of 'DPT: A Shot in the Dark'; author of 'The Consumer's Guide to Childhood Vaccines'; 'Vaccines, Autism & Chronic Inflammation: The New Epidemic' and the book 'Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide (2014).'

The National Adult Immunization Plan that was implemented about a month ago was created out of the Healthy People 2020 goals. It's a plan to immunize all adults with all federally recommended vaccines. According to Barbara, the plan's goals were established by a small group of people in the medical trade and public health arenas. They decided that they wanted everyone to get certain vaccines that the pharmaceutical companies produce, market, profit from and that are licensed by the FDA and that the CDC recommends. What this amounts to is a goal that gives incentives to doctors to convert patient data into electronic health record format that can be tracked by state and federal health officials.

Barbara described the plan as a 'one size fits all approach. Vaccines all the time, no exceptions.' It includes a flu shot every year whether it works or not, a shot for shingles, a meningococcal vaccine, a pneumococcal vaccine and there's also talk about the possibility of a third MMR (Measles, Mumps Rubella) vaccine targeted for adults.


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Posted on March 20th, 2015

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Air Date: March 20, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider & Vic Eliason

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Recently, VCY America sent copies of the book, 'Raising a Jihadi Generation' by John Guandolo, to each Senator. This book is basically a handbook for law enforcement, intelligence and military professionals. The book was not sent as a gift but was sent as vital information of critical importance to America's security.

Senator Jon Tester of Montana, noted that he cannot personally accept any gifts as a result of his position as a U.S. Senator. As already noted, the book was not sent as a gift so Vic encouraged listeners to contact the offices of Senator Tester to encourage him to read it. Why? The book's content concerning homeland security should be of interest to him because he holds a position on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Jim continued this news round-up and comment program by presenting details related to the following news stories:

--A secret Iranian military handbook is said to confirm that Iran includes a plan
to launch an EMP attack on the American grid system.
--A dispute over when sanctions would be lifted following a possible nuclear
agreement is allegedly the latest issue that is slowing negotiators in the
USA/Iran nuclear talks.
--According to former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, Israeli Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's victory was a stinging defeat for President Obama.
--According to Pamela Geller, President Obama is planning to use Netanyahu's
victory as a pretext to betray Israel at the U.N. and force them to accept a
Palestinian state that would be a new base for jihad.
--Saudi Arabia quietly reaching out to Russia as a counter to Iran's regional
influence.
--Russian developing positive military relationship with long-time U.S. ally
Egypt.
--U.S. training Ukrainian troops.
--ISIS making inroads in Afghanistan.
--Militants loyal to ISIS capture 20 foreign doctors and nurses.
--Islamic Twitter accounts shared news of Tunisian slaughter.
--CIA Director John Brennan says not to call ISIS Muslims.
--New York school has students recite Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic.
--Egypt has plans to build new capital city in their desert.
--Egyptian government sentences 21 Muslim Brotherhood members to death by hanging.
--American cargo rail shipments could contain weapons of mass destruction and
other instruments of terrorism.
--Michigan Democrats calling to legalize same-sex marriage.
--Nancy Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, says she supports
traditional conservative values that she believes are consistent with affording
civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.
--California Supreme Court institutes a policy that prohibits state judges from
participating in the Boy Scouts of America because the organization doesn't
allow openly gay adults to become troop leaders.
--Arizona judges who perform weddings told they can't turn away same-sex couples.
--Michigan Senate approves legislation to create a 'choose life' license plate.
--A group called 'Enough is Enough' is launching a nationwide, porn free wi-fi
campaign targeting Starbucks and McDonald's.
--A sheriff in Florida is concerned about electronic benefit transfer cards that
people are using to buy drugs.
--The White House is stripping a federal regulation that made a particular office
subject to records requests. This means the Freedom of Information Act will no
longer apply to the White House Office of Administration.
--Federal Authorities release 30,558 criminal illegals from jail in 2014.
--U.S. border patrol agents in part of Texas see an increase in sex offenders
trying to enter our borders illegally.
--President Obama readies plan for a new executive order to curb greenhouse gasses
among the federal agencies.
--A Missouri state legislator wants the EPA to back off from people's backyard
BBQ's.
--Hotel monitors would tell how much time guests are spending in the shower.
--Texas Governor Greg Abbott requests that the EPA do away with plans to tighten
their national emission limit on smog forming pollution linked to respiratory
illnesses.
--Secretary of State John Kerry says climate change caused by humans should be as
universally accepted as the laws of gravity.
--The Affordable Care Act is proving to be devastating to rural hospitals.
--Obamacare is making health care scarcer and the worst is yet to come.
--PETA standing up for the rights of Dumbo the Elephant.


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Phone numbers for Senator Jon Tester of Montana:

202-224-2644-D.C. Office
406-586-4450-Bozeman
406-723-3277-Butte
406-252-0550-Billings
406-365-2391-Glendive
406-452-9585-Great Falls
406-728-3003-Missoula
406-449-5401-Helena
406-257-3360-Kalispell


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