Posted on February 3rd, 2016

​​​​​Date:  February 3, 2016

Host:   Jim Schneider

Guest:  Alex Newman

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Many parents assume when they drop off their children at school that their youngsters are being prepared for college or a career or just for life in general.
Sadly, in many cases, children are being indoctrinated in a worldview that is in contrast to the one parents are attempting to communicate at home. The guest on this Crosstalk co-wrote a book that reveals how the architects of America's public schools have implemented a plan to socialize the U.S. by knowingly and willingly dumbing-down the population.


Joining Jim for this discusses was Alex Newman. Alex is an international journalist, educator and consultant. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and has worked for numerous publications. He is the co-author of the book 'Crimes of the Educators'. It's subtitle is, 'How Utopians Are Using Government schools to Destroy America's Children'. The book is co-authored with Dr. Samuel Blumenfeld.


Many listeners are aware of the term 'utopians' as it pertains to individuals who believe we must use the coercive power of government to reform humanity. Alex talked about one particular utopian ('progressives' as they are often known today)
named John Dewey. Dewey is considered to be the founding father or 'godfather' of progressive education. In spite of the fact that so many public schools are named after him, his specific goal was to overturn the foundations of the U.S. as we know it (religious liberty, private property and Christianity as the bedrock of society) and move us toward a communist society.


Dewey felt that in order to transform America, you have to reduce the literacy of the American people. He received money from the Rockefeller Education Foundation to do the experiments and to gradually take over the teaching colleges, the publishing of books and eventually take over the government schools. Dewey's plan was so effective that half of America's adults are functionally illiterate.


What are some of the accusations and crimes Alex lists against education? Alex discusses treason, child abuse (as seen via learn-to-read methods other than phonics and the pushing of psychiatric drugs on them) contributing to the delinquency of minors (sex education and anti-drug programs that actually encourage such behavior), the spiritual crime of destroying a child's belief in biblical religion and extortion (the paying of taxes with the promise that schools are actually educating your children).




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Copies of 'Crimes of the Educators' can be obtained at www.wnd.com and www.amazon.com

Posted on February 2nd, 2016

​​​​Date:  February 2, 2016

Host:   Jim Schneider

Guest:  Dr. David Prentice

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Since the release of the undercover Planned Parenthood videos last summer, there has been a revelation regarding a number of state universities involved in fetal tissue research. This is tissue that's been harvested, sold most times at a significant profit and sometimes only minutes old as it enters the lab. A number of states have proposed legislation to stop such activity while universities and medical institutions have denounced such legislation claiming that this research is critical to bring about the cures that have been sought for so long. How do we respond to that?


Joining Jim to provide some answers was Dr. David Prentice. Dr. Prentice is the vice president and research director for the Charlotte Lozier Institute. He's an advisory board member for the Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center. He established Stem Cell Research Facts, an educational website providing scientific facts and patient-centered videos about adult stem cells and is a founding member of 'Do No Harm: the Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics'. Dr. Prentice received his Ph.D. in biochemistry.


What is a stem cell? Dr. Prentice described it as a cell that has 2 chief characteristics. It can keep growing and dividing. Also, if you give a stem cell an appropriate signal, it will specialize into any of the various tissues of the body. So there's great potential for stem cells to replace or repair damaged tissue.


D. Prentice noted that if you've seen any of the videos from the Center for Medical Progress, several of them make reference to the desire to have a lot of liver. The reason for this request is that while a child is still in the womb it doesn't have bone marrow and the liver is where the stem cells are. So abortion providers looking for fetal livers are not really after liver but fetal stem cells. However, this is unethical because it requires the death of a young human being.


Embryonic stem cells come from those even younger in development. But again, you have to destroy this young life (embryo) in order to harvest the stem cells for experiments.


Both fetal stem cells and embryonic stem cells have not been successful at treating human injury and disease.


Adult stem cells have been the 'gold standard' so far in terms of success. These cells are in your bone marrow, they're in your organs and you have them all of your life. In some cases they're a bit more limited in that they won't form every tissue in the body. However, some adult stem cells can form many kinds of tissues. The bottom line? According to Dr. Prentice, there was a paper published last year in the Journal of the American Medical Association that documented that as of December of 2012, over one-million people were successfully treated with adult stem cells around the world.


Dr. Prentice noted that sometimes experts will take advantage of the lack of knowledge of others, calling some stem cells 'adult' when in fact they aren't. He recommends that anyone offered adult stem cells ask where they came from in case they aren't from your own body.


How does the vaccine industry tie-in to this issue of stem cell and fetal tissue research? Since adult stem cells are the 'gold standard' and other types have been such a failure, why are universities often in opposition to legislation that would stop the harvesting of fetal and embryonic stem cells? These are just two critical questions that are answered on this Crosstalk broadcast.




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www.stemcellresearchfacts.org

Posted on February 1st, 2016

​​​Date:  February 1, 2016

Host:   Jim Schneider

Guest:  Mark Krikorian

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Much of the our nation's attention on Immigration lately has been on the settling of Syrian refugees. On the other hand, the matter of illegal immigration continues to impact our resources. Even greater than that is its impact upon our nation's rule of law.


To discuss this and other immigration related matters, Jim welcomed Mark Krikorian. Mark is a nationally recognized expert on immigration issues and serves as executive director at the Center for Immigration Studies. The center is an independent, non-partisan research organization in Washington D.C. which examines and critiques the impact of immigration on the United States. Mark has frequently testified before Congress and has published numerous articles.


Mark began by describing how in November of 2014, President Obama issued a series of executive actions. The president attempted to give work permits, Social Security numbers and (at the state level) driver's licenses to all illegal aliens who have U.S. born children. This is estimated to be around 4 million people.


26 states sued in court to stop this. At the lowest court level, the judge issued an injunction indicating that until this is fully worked out in the courts to determine whether it's constitutional, we can't let this proceed. According to Mark this was a good move because if you let the action of the president in this case move forward and he's later found to be guilty of acting illegally, how do you undo it?


The president wasn't just saying he wasn't going to deport these individuals. He has the authority to use prosecutorial discretion (how and when you're going to apply the law) but according to Mark, that's not what he was doing or proposing to do. He was proposing to give them benefits.


In the end the appeals court agreed with the lower court that things need to be put on hold. The federal government appealed to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court said they'd take the case to see whether this should go forward. The hearings are expected to take place in April with a decision expected in June. That means this issue should have a significant impact upon the presidential campaign.


The president did, however, get away with a program that allowed amnesty for about 700,000 illegal immigrants who came here before they turned 18. Congress never did anything about it. In fact, it took a year for Congress to come up with a resolution saying that they didn't think this was constitutional. There was no law to stop it so President Obama got away with it.


Do states really have a right to file a lawsuit in this matter? Is this case just about Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) or does it have implications beyond that? What about some of the presidential candidates and their positions on immigration? What news does Mark have related to the topic of sanctuary cities? These questions and more are answered on this vital edition of Crosstalk.




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Posted on January 29th, 2016

​​Date: January 29, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider took his place at the microphone once again to update listeners on stories affecting Christians around the world. Stories included:


--The networks give the Donald Trump boycott of the debate 3 times more coverage
than the actual GOP debate.
--Chris Matthews lashes out at presidential hopeful Chris Christie for referring
to abortion as murder.
--Senator Marco Rubio, when asked about his electability, brushed off the
moderator's reminder that Time Magazine once labeled Rubio as the Republican
Savior. Rubio reminded the audience that there is only one Savior—Jesus Christ.
--Michael Bloomberg is looking at mounting a one billion dollar bid for the White
House as an independent candidate.
--At a speech in Sweden, Vice President Joe Biden pressured business leaders to
take the lead in pushing other countries to adopt special rights and elevate the
status of homosexuals.
--The Houston grand jury never voted on Planned Parenthood charges when
considering indictments against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt.
--Attorneys for David Daleiden say he is innocent of the two charges that were
filed by the grand jury.
--Harris County District Attorney defended her indictment against Daleiden despite
the fact that a Planned Parenthood abortion business board member works as a
prosecutor in her office. New information has surfaced that her campaign had
received more than $25,000 from the attorney who works for a later term
abortionist.
--Officials from Planned Parenthood are taking advantage of fears surrounding the
Brazilian Zika crisis.
--The parent company of Fox News has helped to finance the career of Hillary
Clinton.
--While the East Coast was bracing for a recent winter storm, Senate Majority
Leader Mitch McConnell was busy preparing the way for a proposal giving the
authorization for the use of military force written by Senator Lindsey Graham.
It's a packaged proposal to fight ISIS but it would also allow the president to
deploy military forces anywhere he chooses and as long as he wants.
--President Obama says he would not seek a 3rd term even if it was allowable.
--European Parliamentary Council adopts a resolution condemning the action of ISIS
as genocide.
--National Public Radio published a map that replaces Israel with Palestine.
--Lori Palatnik calls for American Jews to move to Israel.
--Israel's electric grid hit with a large cyber attack.
--Maryland high school student punished for refusing to profess faith in Islam.
--Refugees sent to Twin Falls, Idaho, to work in the world's largest (Chobani)
yogurt plant.
--If ratified by the Senate, a treaty called,'The Protocol' would result in the
automatic exchange of sensitive financial information of individuals and
businesses between foreign governments and the United States.
--A Muslim man and woman arrested at Disneyland hotel near Disneyland Paris.
--Children ages 13-18 were asked by a school in Brighton, England, to choose their
gender from among 2,000 options.
--South Dakota House passes legislation to protect students from those who are one
gender yet perceive themselves to be another and therefore use facilities
related to their perceived gender.
--Federal judge rules that Kentucky officials violated the Ark Encounter builders
First Amendment protections by blocking it from the sales tax tourism incentive
that could be worth up to 18 million dollars.
--The West Virginia state legislature sets aside a day of prayer for coal miners.
--Wal-Mart closing a store in Los Angeles in part because of the $15 minimum wage.
--Data is showing a downward economic trend for six big American cities that hiked
the minimum wage to $10 or more per hour in 2015.
--2 former I.T. employees at Disney World in Orlando were laid off after being
forced to train their foreign replacements and have filed federal lawsuits
against the entertainment giant and two other companies.
--A new wage insurance program that's proposed by President Obama would have
taxpayers subsidize the income of workers who have had their jobs eliminated and
end up in a job with a lower salary.
--Seeking a safe haven in Colorado's legal marijuana marketplace, illegal drug
traffickers are allegedly growing weed among the state's sanctioned pot
warehouses and farms then covertly shipping it elsewhere and pocketing millions
of dollars from the sale.
--Pittsburg, Kansas, post office removes a 'God bless America' banner after
an organization complained the banner violated the principal of separation of
church and state.
--Hundreds of badges, credentials, cell phones and guns belonging to Department of
Homeland Security employees have been lost or stolen in recent years.
--New York lawmaker proposes a bill that would ban iPhones from being sold in
the state unless Apple provides special 'back doors' that would allow law
enforcement to spy on users.
--The intelligence community is now alleging that some of Hillary Clinton's e-
mails are too damaging to national security to release under any circumstances.
--Residents of Lowell, Massachusetts, face a new requirement for obtaining
unrestricted right-to-carry gun permits. They have to submit a written essay to
the Chief of Police that explains why they want that particular right.

Posted on January 28th, 2016

​Date: January 28, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

Guest:  Jim Kouri

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Since Hillary Clinton left the Secretary of State's office, there's been revelations of her using a private, unsecured e-mail server for government business. Early on she indicted that there were no e-mails marked 'classified' that entered her system yet the Inspector General's office has indicated at least two of those e-mails were top secret with others being so sensitive that even senior lawmakers weren't allowed to read them.


Joining Jim to examine this issue more closely was Jim Kouri. Jim is formerly fifth vice-president and now a board member and public information officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police. He's a consultant on homeland security, public safety and political matters. He's also served in various security positions and served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.


The State Department, President Obama and the White House claim that they did not know Hillary Clinton was using her own e-mail server until she was asked to turn over all State Department related e-mails so they could turn them over to Congress and to the organizations who had Freedom of Information Act applications. This was related mainly to the Benghazi probe which is the issue that ignited this larger issue.


Originally it was said that she had this private server and that they had already turned over her e-mails to the State Department that were pertinent to the department and deleted or scrubbed the server therefore there were no more e-mails to be seen.


Interestingly, Kouri noted that even before Clinton was sworn in as Secretary of State, her e-mail server had already been installed. The contract had been given to a company that was based in Colorado. This company had no security clearance. Her actual use of the server for government business began on March 18th 2009. This was against regulations and no one seemed to know about it.


Jim interjected that this would seem preposterous because it would indicate that President Obama and the State Department had no e-mail communication with Clinton. So how is it possible that no one knew about this? Kouri said that later on it was discovered that there were people who were aware of her private e-mail server. For example, Huma Abedin received an e-mail from one of the top people at the State Department advising her to tell Clinton that she was not supposed to be using a private e-mail server and that she should start using the .gov e-mail for State Department business.


Did enemy nations have access to the e-mail information? Are indictments against Clinton forthcoming? These and other questions are answered when you review this edition of Crosstalk.




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Posted on January 27th, 2016

​ Date: January 27, 2016

Host:  Jim Schneider

Guest: Peter LaBarbera

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The race for the presidency has been going on for about a year. As candidates continue to travel across the nation, heavy emphasis has been placed on Iowa which has its caucus this Monday with New Hampshire to follow.


While candidates are naturally vocal on many issues, what gets buried at times is their views on moral related issues. That is why Jim brought in Peter LaBarbera, the founder and president of American's for Truth About Homosexuality for a look beyond the typical issues of economics and foreign policy.


Peter believes life and marriage are important to God. Psalm 139 speaks to the issue of life while Genesis communicates that God made us male and female. Nonetheless, in the culture we are witnessing an incredible assault on biblical values and it's our responsibility to live out the biblical truth on these issues.


Jim and Peter took a look at the major candidates from both major parties and communicated their positions as they pertain to moral issues such as pro-life/abortion, marriage, the LGBT movement and items related to that topic such as sexual orientation laws.


On the Democratic side, candidates discussed included Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders.


On the Republican side Jim and Peter looked at Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Rick Santorum.




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