Posted on April 1st, 2015

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Air Date: April 1, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Peter LaBarbera

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Peter LaBarbera is founder and president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality.

Peter presented his response to the pressure being applied by the liberal media, LGBT activists an corporations over Indiana's passing of their Religious Freedom Restoration Act. He feels the homosexual lobby is now attempting to demonize the effort to protect religious liberty. He went on to communicate that if the government can force you to violate your conscience with regard to religious beliefs, they'll be able to force you to violate any firmly held belief that you have.

Jim and Peter discuss numerous news accounts related to the 'fallout' from the bill's signing. They included:

--NASCAR issued a statement on their website claiming 'disappointment' over the legislation passed in Indiana.

--Angie's List made public their opposition to the Indiana bill and now thousands of people are calling them and asking to have their membership subscriptions pulled. Angie's list is responding with an e-mail offering a 25% discount if people do not cancel.

--Arkansas passes their own Religious Freedom Restoration Act but the governor is asking for it to be recalled to better reflect the terms of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

--Two men dressed as women tried to ram the gate at a national security agency headquarters in Ft. Mead with an S.U.V. It's now been reported that the driver of the vehicle who was killed was identified as a transgender and had a criminal record.

--The attorney general in Tennessee filed a Brief of Respondents with the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of the state's refusal to recognize so-called same-sex marriage.

--A former U.S. Congressman sent to Nigeria to investigate the kidnapping of 250 school girls has confirmed that top U.S. personnel told him they had the intelligence to aid the Nigerian military in order to crush Boko Haram but the Obama administration was blocking them from doing so because of Nigeria's stand against same-sex marriage.

--A Christian pastor in England is arrested for quoting threatening and abusive words against homosexuality. What were those words? They were the words of Leviticus 20:13.

--The Day of Silence will once again be held in schools nationwide on April 17th supposedly out of solidarity to alleged homosexual victims around the world.

--The National Black Church Initiative, a coalition of approximately 34,000 black churches, is breaking fellowship with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.

--Alan Chambers, the former head of Exodus International, uses the term 'reprehensible' to describe the work of the Restored Hope Network.


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Angie's List—1-888-944-5478

Governor Mike Pence of Indiana--317-232-4567
Brian Bosma—Indiana's Speaker of the House--317-232-9677
David Long—Indiana's Senate President—317-232-9416
Asa Hutchinson--Governor of Arkansas—501-682-2345

Americans for Truth website:
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Posted on March 31st, 2015

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Air Date: March 31, 2015

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Mat Staver

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Since late last week when Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (SB-101), the LGBT activist community and left-leaning groups have been in a frenzy. Their response shows how America has become entrenched in an extremist, left-wing, anti-Christian and anti-God mentality that appears to want nothing more than to trample the religious freedoms established in our Constitution.

Joining Jim Schneider to discuss this issue was Mat Staver, the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel and chairman of Liberty Counsel Action. Mat holds Bachelor, Master and Juris Doctorate degrees and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws and a Doctorate of Divinity. He has argued two landmark cases before the United States Supreme Court as lead counsel and written numerous briefs before the High Court. Mat has argued in numerous state and federal courts across the country and has over 230 published legal opinions. He has authored hundreds of popular articles, eight scholarly law review publications, numerous brochures and booklets and 11 books, most of which focus on constitutional law. His two most recent books are, 'Eternal Vigilance: Knowing and Protecting Your Religious Freedom' which is the most comprehensive book ever written on religious liberty and 'Same-Sex Marriage: Putting Every Household at Risk.'

Indiana's new law has historic precedent that goes back to the 1990's. In 1993, the Federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act was overwhelmingly approved by Congress and signed into law by Democrat President Bill Clinton. After that time, individual states began to form their own similar restoration acts modeled after the federal law.

So now, with 20 years of history behind it, Indiana signed their version and LGBT activists and a segment of the media are acting as though Christians will be allowed to deny homosexuals the right to buy a hamburger at their local fast food restaurant. Instead, as Mat described it, the law is about allowing individuals to refrain from participation, celebration and promotion of anything that is contrary to their religious beliefs.

Should a Jewish print shop be required to print 'Death to Israel' signs? If the LGBT community were correct in their argumentation, logical consistency would demand that such signs be printed and Mat said that this example is not an over-exaggeration. In fact, he indicated that this would mean a printing company owned by an African-American individual would be viewed as showing wrongful discrimination by refusing a job to print literature promoting a pro-KKK rally.

As Mat described it, '...you see this intolerant homosexual agenda that's now coming out-of-the-closet if you will, and revealing their intolerance against any person of faith. They want no religious freedom, no accommodation for someone who has a sincerely held religious belief that does not agree with their lifestyle.'


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The following companies are leading the charge in opposition to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana:

Angie's List--1-888-944-5478
Levi Strauss--415-501-6000
Subaru--1-800-782-2783
GAP--1-800-427-7895
Apple Incorporated--408-996-1010

You may also contact the following Indiana legislators to communicate your views on this issue:

Governor Mike Pence--317-232-4567
Brian Bosma--Speaker of the House--317-232-9677
David Long--Senate President—317-232-9416

Liberty Counsel
1-800-671-1776
www.lc.org

Posted on March 30th, 2015

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Air Date: March 30, 2015

Host: Vic Eliason

Guest: Dr. David Stevens

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Dr. David Stevens is the chief Executive Officer of the Christian Medical & Dental Society, a national organization of Christian doctors that seek to change hearts in healthcare. Dr. Stevens is the author of 'Jesus MD: A Doctor Examines the Great Physician' and 'Beyond Medicine: What Else You need to Know to be a Healthcare Missionary.' Dr. Stevens has helped develop an evangelism training program that teaches thousands of doctors and others how to share their faith in a healthcare setting.

Doctor (physician) assisted suicide says that when a patient is terminally ill and the doctor believes they only have only 6 months to live, the patient can request a lethal prescription. This must be done through 2 oral requests and 1 written request. This process requires that the doctor lie on the death certificate in 3 states and say that the patient died by their disease and not of suicide.

Isn't this a contradiction to the Hippocratic Oath? Yes it is but as Vic pointed out, in order to prevent doctor assisted suicide from looking so grotesque, they gave it a label: death with dignity. Dr. Stevens responded by informing listeners that verbal engineering always precedes social engineering. We see this from the organization once named The Hemlock Society. Obviously having a name derived from a poison wasn't very marketable so now they call themselves Compassion and Choices.

Dr. Stevens summarized this program very well when he explained that doctor assisted suicide isn't about giving patients the right to die, it's about giving doctors the right to kill. It's an attempt to wrap the respectability of healthcare around an idea that we've looked on with disfavor in our culture ever since this nation was formed.

Dr. Stevens believes compassion is not a handful of lethal pills. Compassion involves coming alongside someone and helping them bear their burden. Doctor assisted suicide is an escape from compassion for those who are around the patient.


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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?


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