Posted on September 16th, 2015

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Air Date: September 16, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Shahram Hadian

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The world is asking, 'What are we going to do with the Syrian/Islamic refugees?

There are concerns that ISIS may use this situation as cover to infiltrate nations with the goal of jihad and establishing a caliphate.

Are such concerns valid or are they an over-reaction? Joining Jim to discuss this issue was Shahram Hadian. Shahram is the founder of the Truth in Love Project Ministry. He was born in Iran, is a former Muslim and is now a Christian Pastor and former candidate for governor of the State of Washington. Shahram speaks on the critical issues facing this nation and warns of the true goal of Islam and the threat of Shariah.

What was the catalyst that produced these refugees in the first place? Some claim that ISIS is to blame. According to Shahram, the CIA was training and even supporting the so-called moderate rebels that ended up becoming ISIS. The strife between them and the Assad regime is said to be causing what some refer to as a civil war.

Looking at Europe, Shahram believes that Islamic immigrants have had such an impact that Muslims have gained the upper hand and are now declaring the continent to be in the upper house of Islam (Dar al-Islam). In other words, European nations thought that Muslims would come in and assimilate and co-exist. It's been just the opposite due to Islam's belief in segregation in order to gain strength as practiced by Mohammed.

The latest wave (possibly as many as 100,000 of which could be coming to the U.S.) is not comprised of families but of young males which makes one wonder, is this migration or an invasion? It would seem to be the latter when you consider that our own FBI has testified before Congress that the internment camps where the refugees are have been infiltrated by the jihadi.

Have you ever wondered why our government and the media seem to avoid the phrase, 'Islamic terrorism' when it comes to explaining the incidents such as those at Fort Hood, the attack on Pamela Geller's conference and the Chattanooga shooting? Why is there no cry of 'separation of church and state' over the use of taxpayer dollars to pay interfaith churches and organizations that are encouraging an even greater flow of refugees to the U.S.? Do these organizations have a plan for evangelism or even assimilation? Who is responsible for the vetting process. Does it take place before the refugees reach our shores?

These and other questions are answered on this vital edition of Crosstalk.

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Posted on September 15th, 2015

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Air Date: September 15, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Randy Thomasson

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Jim began this issue of Crosstalk with a special announcement for Wisconsin listeners. Yesterday the state Senate had posted the calendar of their floor agenda for tomorrow and one item stood out. That was a resolution to honor the life and public service of the late founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Anne Nicole Gaylor.

Anne was a strong abortion advocate who saw religion as a hindrance to abortion so she did whatever she could to do away with religion in public life.

This morning, VCY America did a special program on this issue and at about 1pm Central Time, the senate calendar was changed to omit the resolution. Jim pointed out a number of excuses put forth by various senate offices for the change, but nonetheless, this resolution is no longer on the docket.

Gaylor's life is just one example of how we live in a culture of death in America. Since 1973 over 58 million lives have been taken via abortion and since we're not replenishing our population, we have a growing elderly population that some feel is generating problems of its own. It was warned by some that one day putting the elderly and terminally ill to death would come. Today assisted suicide is legal in Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Montana and now California is poised to join them.

Joining Jim to discuss this issue was Randy Thomasson. Randy is a veteran pro-family leader and president of Their organization stands strong for moral virtues for the common good.

On September 11th, the California legislature(run by Democrats)passed a resolution commending the victims of the holocaust and marked the sacrifice of those who died in 9-11. At the same time (while it was suicide prevention week) they also stood up for doctor assisted suicide. The previous bill, which was thought to be dead, had come back to life in a different bill number and the Democrats pushed it through via a special legislative session that was supposed to deal with Medi-Cal funding.

As Randy explained, this bill is very dangerous because it doesn't ensure individual choice and control as its proponents claim. This means that the elderly, the weak, the vulnerable and even young people could be steered by the state and insurers toward suicide as well as by family members who don't love them.

Randy and Jim flush out the deceptive thinking behind this issue and what you can do to make a difference.

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To present your views on this issue, contact California Governor Jerry Brown by calling 916-445-2841 or fax him at 916-558-3160. You can e-mail him at Click on 'contact' and send your e-mail.

Go to where you'll find pre-written text that you can put on your letterhead to fax to Governor Brown.

Posted on September 14th, 2015

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Air Date: September 14, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Jim Kouri

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​Late last evening, a Kentucky State Trooper was shot and killed. By late morning it had been reported that Kentucky State Police had shot and killed the man suspected of murdering this trooper. This is just one of several incidents where one or more law enforcement offers were targeted.

Why all the rage against these public servants? Joining Jim to discuss this topic was Jim Kouri. Jim writes the Law Enforcement Examiner. He is the 5th Vice President and Public Information Officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police and has served on the National Drug Task Force. He has trained police and security officers around the country.

Kouri began by noting that this idea of police being targeted because they're cops has not been seen before. In the past such officers being killed in the line of duty usually involved isolated incidents with no connection between them. In the case of more recent incidents, he says there is a connection involving African Americans who are targeting/ambushing police due to racial discord.

Who's to blame for this? Kouri points the finger at the media and the Obama administration for fueling the anti-police animosity. He detailed an incident involving a Cambridge professor who had forgotten his keys and was trying to open his door. Police officers questioned him about it and President Obama accused the officers of acting stupidly.

Kouri shares his thoughts on body cameras, the recruiting tactics and funding of the Black Lives Matter movement, how the current environment is affecting officer recruitment and the families of officers, what we can do to reverse anti-police attitudes and more.

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Posted on September 11th, 2015

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Air Date: September 11, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Tom DeWeese

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​From September 25th through the 27th, the United Nations will host a sustainable development summit in New York. This new agenda is said to be guided by the purposes and principles of the charter of the United Nations. It's called the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Specific goals of the plan are to begin implementation on January 1, 2016.

Joining Jim to discuss sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda was Tom DeWeese. Tom is the president of the American Policy Center. He is one of the nation's leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence and protecting our Constitutionally guaranteed rights.

According to Tom, sustainable development is a comprehensive blueprint for changing human society while using the environment as the excuse to control consumption patterns and growth in our communities. Social justice is a major point as well. However, he believes social justice within the context of sustainable development involves redistribution of wealth and top-down control.

Sustainable development is the policy of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 was first introduced to the world at the Earth Summit of 1992 in Rio de Janeiro. It called for every nation on earth to implement these ideas in order to change human society.

Tom described the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as Agenda 21 on steroids. Those promoting this new effort are not only involving the environment, they're also getting involved in health care, economics and even gender equality.

This program will also look at how this agenda helps show the U.N.'s contradiction between controlling mortality rates while allowing abortion; their desire to empower women and girls; how the production and consumption of products and international trade agreements will be affected; global solidarity; legal identity for all including birth registration and more.

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Posted on September 10th, 2015

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Air Date: September 10, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Mat Staver

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​Returning to bring listeners an update on the Kim Davis case was Mat Staver. Mat is the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, an international nonprofit litigation, education and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life and the family.

As reported last week on Crosstalk, Kim has been in the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerks office for 27 years but in November of 2014 she won election to be the head of that office.

Those who may be tempted to think Kim was judging others by not issuing same-sex marriage licenses and may think she's a hypocrite because of her 3 divorces are not aware of her past. As Mat pointed out on last week's broadcast, Kim was a different person 4-1/2 years ago. At that time her mother-in-law was dying and had a wish that Kim would attend church at least once. To fulfill that wish, Kim went to church and she heard the pastor preach from the book of Galatians. Jim quoted Kim as having said, 'I owe my life to Jesus Christ who loves me and gave his life for me. Following the death of my godly mother-in-law over 4 years ago I went to church to fulfill her dying wish. There I heard a message of grace and forgiveness and surrendered my life to Jesus Christ. I am not perfect, no one is but I am forgiven and I love my Lord and must be obedient to him and to the Word of God.'

The result? Kim, her husband, along with the staff of Liberty Counsel have been hit with threats of violence and death.

Mat made an appeal for a stay and that was granted until August 31. Then Liberty Counsel asked the Court of Appeals to stay it beyond August 31 pending the several months it will take to resolve the appeal. The court declined to do that. Liberty Counsel then went to the Supreme Court and they declined to extend the stay as well. Kim was ordered to go to jail, spent six days there and was released on Tuesday.

Mat believes in the rule of law yet critics ask why Mat doesn't have his client follow that rule and issue same-sex marriage licenses.

Mat answered this by quoting John Roberts, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court concerning the 5-4 June 26th marriage opinion. To paraphrase Justice Roberts he said the court's opinion was a decision of 5 lawyers that imposed their will. It's not a legal judgment, not based on the Constitution and not based on the court's precedent.

In addition, Kentucky law says you cannot issue a marriage license to someone who is not authorized to receive it and it's a criminal penalty if you do. Even if a person sides with the Supreme Court's decision that court can strike down a law but they can't create one. This means the general assembly needs to convene to address the issue.

The president of the Kentucky Senate issued a brief in this case in Kim's favor asking the judge not to proceed with the contempt hearing. Why? It's because he noted that the statutes of Kentucky have been shredded by the Supreme Court opinion and there's no domestic law that's authorized at this time because the general assembly needs to get together to act to address the laws.

In other words, Kim is actually obeying the law in this case and if she issued a marriage license to someone who's not expressly authorized to receive one, it would be in direct violation of Kentucky statutes which have never been amended.

Become informed and let Jim and Mat help you cut through the many voices of bias when you review this vital edition of Crosstalk.

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Notes of encouragement for Kim Davis can be sent to:
Liberty Counsel
P.O. Box 540774
Orlando, Florida 32854

Posted on September 9th, 2015

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Air Date: September 9, 2015

Host:  Vic Eliason

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Vic Eliason manned the microphone for this mid-week news round-up and comment edition of Crosstalk. Stories included:

--Chaplain Wes Modder will not be forced out of the Navy for expressing his views concerning faith and marriage during private counseling sessions with sailors.
--New video shows ISIS burning 4 captives alive.
--Some teenage girls at a Missouri high school revolt over transgender person in their locker room.
--Ohio school district violates the right to privacy for children by allowing students to use restrooms and locker rooms for the opposite gender.
--California passes law ordering schools to allow students to use restrooms that match the gender they identify with rather than just their biological gender.
--A proposal by a Rapid City, South Dakota, legislator could require that a visual inspection be part of the process to officially determine a person's gender.
--A new rule from President Obama could force insurance companies to cover transgender related treatments.
--The U.S. Army recently said it would open its elite ranger school to all soldiers regardless of gender.
--Professor will flunk students who refer to others as male or female.
--A 32 page ISIS document uncovered in Pakistan outlines a 6 stage plan that calls for open warfare against non-Muslims. 4 of the stages have already been completed.

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