Posted on February 10th, 2015

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Air Date: February 10, 2015

Host: Vic Eliason

Guest: Pamela Geller

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Pamela Geller is the founder, editor and publisher of and President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA). She is the author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America, Freedom or Submission: On the Dangers of Islamic Extremism and American Complacency and also Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. She is also a regular columnist for World Net Daily, the American Thinker, and other publications.

Last week at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama told listeners that during the Crusades and Inquisition people did terrible deeds in the name of Christ.

Pamela believes this is proof that our president is siding with the jihadi force. The idea that he has no problem citing Christian motives to the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition (which were a response to Islamic jihad war, land appropriations, cultural annihilation and enslavement) but cannot make that same claim to the jihad we see today speaks volumes about his heart.

She also noted that today we don't see anyone slaughtering, maiming, amputating, and setting alight non-Christians, we don't see Christians screaming that Christ is the greatest, yet we see this behavior every day in the Muslim world.

President Obama also alleges that Islam has been hijacked. Pamela pointed to the fact that jihadists are quoting the Quran by chapter and verse and using Mohammed as their perfect example. So why didn't President Obama say that 1,000 years ago Christianity was being hijacked? Instead he cited slavery and Jim Crow as though these things were sanctioned in the name of Christ while omitting the current slavery of non-Muslims in Muslim countries.

This Crosstalk is packed with vital information as Pamela also commented on the following:

--How are jihadists managing to obtain recruits from the West?
--How significant is the support of ISIS within our own borders?
--The Islamic Sharia tribunal in Texas.
--Examples showing how the Justice Department is acting as the defacto legal arm
of Islamic supremacists and Muslim Brotherhood groups in America.
--An anti-foreign law (anti-Sharia) bill in Montana.
--Is there opposition coming from higher level FBI personnel to the agents who
know that the jihad threat is being nurtured in mosques around America?
--Is the Muslim Brotherhood actually preparing to form a U.S. political party?
--Is the government really doing everything it can to fight ISIS?
--A separate race category for Muslims in the next U.S. census?
--Why Pamela has been banned from the U.K.

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Posted on February 9th, 2015

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Air Date: February 9, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

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Jim hosted this edition of Crosstalk that featured comments from listeners all across the nation as they spoke about issues at the forefront of their hearts and minds. Some of the topics included:

--Prayer for Alabama regarding the issue of same-sex marriage, for Israeli Prime
Minister Netanyahu that he would have great victory in the upcoming Israeli
elections and for the Supreme Court.

--Hymns are getting their tunes rewritten.

--Babies being exposed to measles.

--Birds are an example of nature debunking same-sex marriage.

--The error of Southern Baptists sharing the platform with Rick Warren.

--The Supreme Court giving pharmaceutical companies legal immunity from lawsuits.

--President Obama speaks of the twisting of faith.

--Satan's influence.

...and much more.

Posted on February 6th, 2015

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Air Date: February 6, 2015

Host: Vic Eliason

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Vic Eliason hosted this news round-up program that informed Crosstalk listeners about the following news stories:

--President Obama says Christians in the past have committed atrocities in the name of Christ.

--Texas pig farmer holds pig races during the time of Muslim prayers.

--U.N. shocked as ISIS commandeers food aid.

--Canada's highest court opens the door to assisted suicide.

--State Department financed non-profit base in Israel is engaged in getting young Arab citizens to voting booths in upcoming Israeli elections.

--FCC chairman proposes regulating the Internet like telephone service.

--Senator Richard Blumenthal introduced Senate Resolution 66 to formally recognize February 12th as 'Darwin Day'.

--U.S. lawmakers introducing a bill to promote and protect the rights of the international gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.

--According to a new report, hundreds of bills are looming that challenge the power of Washington ranging from common core education to marijuana and the National Security Agency.

--The Air Force Reserve Command is threatening to censor a report about a reservist and his family that spends time over the Christmas holiday on humanitarian trips.

--The Obama administration is allowing Guantanamo Bay prisoners to speak to family members via Skype (video chats).

--People jailed for owing less in taxes than Al Sharpton.

Posted on February 5th, 2015

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Air Date: February 5, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Rick Manning

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This program dealt with details concerning a document that is making its way through the halls of Washington called the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Some are calling it the largest trade deal in history accounting for 40% of the world economy yet there is much secrecy surrounding it.

Joining Jim to discuss this treaty was Rick Manning. Rick is president of Americans for Limited Government. They are a non-partisan organization working to identify, expose and work with Congress and state legislatures to prevent the continued expansion of government.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a treaty that is being negotiated between the Obama administration and 12 Pacific Rim nations. It includes Canada, Mexico, Peru, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan and others. What this does is basically give most favored nation trading status to these nations. As a result, they'll have better access to our markets, lower tariffs for the goods they sell here and that will allow them to be able to increase exports to the United States.

Looking at this treaty from a religious liberty perspective, Rick indicated that there are nations in this deal such as Brunei (that practices Sharia law), Malaysia (that has a very poor human rights record) and Vietnam that would be given access to U.S. markets for economic reasons with no concessions for religious liberties and the expansion of freedom in those nations.

This treaty would have an impact on many aspects of American life from labor to environmental, the clothing you wear, Internet use and more and as a result Rick is concerned that Congress is considering not giving this trade agreement full vetting using the constitutional required power to ratify it with a two-thirds vote in the Senate. He's concerned that legislators are attempting to slip this through by casting something called the Trade Promotion Authority. This allows a simple majority vote in the House and the Senate rather than the normally required two-thirds vote.

Keep in mind that Congress cannot amend this. Also, if passed, a treaty overrides all other laws in the U.S. therefore the Trans-Pacific Partnership would become the law of the land.

Why would this new Congress suddenly decide to grant fast-track trade authority to President Obama when there's been controversy over his use of executive amnesty? Rick pointed out that this is not free trade, it's managed trade so why does there appear to be excitement about this partnership even among some Republicans when it hasn't been fully drafted yet? Find out more when you review this Crosstalk broadcast.

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Posted on February 4th, 2015

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Air Date: February 4, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Barbara Loe Fisher

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Should parents have the right to choose whether or not they want their children vaccinated or does refusal to have one's children vaccinated put the public health at risk?

Joining Jim to discuss this topic was Barbara Loe Fisher. Barbara is the president of the National Vaccine Information Center, a non-profit organization she co-founded with parents of DT vaccine injured children in 1983. For over 30 years she has led a national grassroots movement and public information campaign to institute vaccine safety reforms and informed consent protections in the public health system. Barbara is the author of numerous articles and books including, 'Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide' published in 2014. She is the mother of three grown children. Her oldest son suffered a convulsion, collapse and brain inflammation within hours of his fourth DPT shot in 1980 when he was 2-1/2 years old and was left with multiple learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder.

Many media stories surfaced after it was reported that visitors to Disneyland contracted measles and presumably infected people in other states. On Monday it was reported that at least 100 measles cases originated at the theme park.

Barbara said we've haven't received full information from the CDC regarding these measles cases that they claim are connected (92% of them) to an original source case. That original source case has not been identified.

The reason Barbara sees this as important is because last year there were 644 cases of reported measles in the U.S. Some of these involved outbreaks in various areas yet we didn't see the kind of media frenzy that we're seeing surrounding the Disney case. So now there have been op-ed pieces saying that people who have not followed the government recommended vaccine schedule should be sent to jail or should be sued in court.

One of the reasons why this reaction is disturbing is because out of the first 52 cases said to be associated with Disneyland, 6 individuals had been vaccinated and 4 individuals had at least 2 Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) shots. We also know that in the Disney case the majority of the individuals involved were over 20 years old.

Barbara noted that there's talk in the scientific literature about waning immunity; meaning that you can get vaccinated but the vaccination only gives you a certain number of years of immunity. So while originally it was thought that one MMR would give you lifelong immunity, in the late '80's it was discovered that this isn't true. Now it's looking like 2 shots may not be sufficient and that some scientists are actually calling for a third MMR shot.

Part of the problem is that there have been more vaccines added to the recommended schedule in the last few decades. In the 80's the schedule was 23 doses of 7 vaccines, one of which was the MMR. Now the schedule involves 69 doses of 16 vaccines between the day of birth and age 18 with 49 of those doses coming before age 6.

On this edition of Crosstalk you'll also hear about the concerns over a possible connection between measles and autism, the use of human fetal cell lines in some vaccines, the use of mercury preservatives in vaccines, the legal immunity of vaccine manufacturers and doctors, the demonizing of parents who want to make selective vaccine choices for their children, the necessity for informed consent protections for consumers in vaccine laws and much more.

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Posted on February 3rd, 2015

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Air Date: February 3, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Ken Ham

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Ken Ham is the president, CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis, the highly acclaimed Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter which is set to open in 2016. Ken is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America.

About 7-1/2 years ago Answers in Genesis opened the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky. Before they had actually opened the museum they already had a strategic plan regarding what they had planned on doing next. One of the ideas was to build a life-size Noah's Ark with walk-through exhibits. Ken indicated that phase one of the project is under way and the ark will be open next year.

Kentucky offers a tax incentive program to help bring tourism/economic impact dollars to the state. If a business qualifies in the sense that the state feels they will bring such income into the state, there's a rebate or a certain percentage taken off the sales tax generated within the qualifying facility.

Answers in Genesis applied for this. They qualified but the state denied it due to their belief that AiG is too religious and due to what they deemed as 'proselytizing'. This amounts to viewpoint discrimination. The Freedom From Religion Foundation also put pressure on the state as well and Ken believes that they were a key in getting the State of Kentucky to change their mind.

Answers in Genesis has announced that a discrimination lawsuit will be pursued against the State of Kentucky.

This is the month of the birthday of Charles Darwin. Over the years an Evolution Weekend was established. As of this Crosstalk broadcast, those involved were boasting participation by 412 congregations in 45 states and D.C. and 13 countries. At the same time they were also boasting about a clergy letter project in which they allege that 12,991 current and retired clergy members had signed a statement affirming evolution as truth while denying a literal interpretation of Scripture.

In response, on February 9th, the Answers in Genesis website will publish an article where Ken will be informing readers that he's declaring February 12th as 'Darwin is Wrong Day'.

Before taking calls, Ken gave brief descriptions of each book in his Ken Ham Classics book series and how this series will provide a firm foundation for Christian homes.

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Crosstalk is offering the Ken Ham Classics Book Set comprised of 6 of Ken's books. Titles include: 'The Lie: Evolution,' 'One Race One Blood,' 'Raising Godly Children in an Ungodly World,' 'How Could a Loving God?,' 'Already Gone' and 'Six Days: The Age of the Earth and the Decline of the Church'. This set normally retails for $74.99 plus shipping. However through a special arrangement with the publisher, Crosstalk is making available this 6-book set for a donation of just $43. This offer expires February 28, 2015. Call 1-800-729-9829 or write to Crosstalk--3434 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI. 53208.

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