Let’s talk about the constitutional rights of religious institutions during the Coronavirus pandemic. And then there is the pending Supreme Court case of Espinoza v.
In this episode, I interview former House Representative Diane Black about current issues affecting our nation. Diane has over 40-years of experience in the healthcare
In 2000, John Tang and a group of Chinese Americans started The Epoch Times in his Atlanta, Georgia basement. It is now a worldwide, multilanguage newspaper
How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution? Do you view it as a document mostly for constitutional lawyers and judges? In this episode of
Critical Theory (CRT) is a divisive ideology that has left academia, seeped in to K-12 schools and Christian academies, and other institutions. In this episode, I
We often read food labels before purchasing food products. We do this because we care about the health and safety of our families. What about the
On December 31, 2019, we learned about an outbreak in Wuhan, China of the coronavirus, a deadly respiratory disease spread from contact with infected persons.
Young people are quick to notice contradictions between and among religious leaders, doctrines, and lifestyle choices. In this episode, I interview an amazing young woman who
Many Americans are concerned about the rising cost of healthcare and are looking for ways to cut costs. One way to cut costs and improve the
The vast majority of Jews in America align themselves with the Democrat Party. There are exceptions, however. In this episode, I interview Dr. Stephen Morris a