Could you imagine a world where a foreign entity has the power to make decisions on our behalf? In our latest episode, former Congresswoman, Michele Bachmann, sheds light on the dangerous potential of handing our sovereignty over to the World Health Organization. With her vast political experience and current role as the Dean of the Robertson School of Government at Regent University, Bachmann offers a unique perspective that intertwines faith, culture, and government. From discussing the WallBuilders Pro-Family Legislators Conference to understanding how the Biden administration's plans could affect our nation, we uncover a world where God worked through imperfect people to create greatness. We explore the critical role of training the next generation of leaders with a biblical worldview - a mission that is core to Bachmann's work at Regent University. We also confront the threat of the Marxist 1619 project and reveal the importance of understanding the biblical basis of law amidst increasing government lawlessness. However, our discussion doesn't stop at the crossroads of faith, culture, and government. We also question the real implications of global governance, especially in the wake of COVID lockdowns. Bachmann probes the increasing authority that the World Health Organization is assuming over global pandemic responses, and how it threatens our sovereignty. With countless proposed amendments to the international health rules and a looming global pandemic treaty, we highlight the urgency of voicing our concerns to federal officers and governors. So, tune in if you're interested in staying informed and understanding the steps you can take.
Today we have Congresswoman Michele Bachmann on to tell us about the Biden administration’s move to place all emergency health authority in the hands of the World Health Organization. They are moving fast to transfer the authority and this spells disaster. What would this mean? What can be done to stop it?
After abortion coverage is silently included into the medical insurance of California churches, Pastor Jim Garlow makes a stand for life. He is on today to tell us about his near-decade long lawsuit and how victory against the state of California for forcing churches to pay for abortion, has been won. You don’t want to miss it!
Mat Staver is on with us, again. This time he is on to talk to us about a review on COVID mandates as Neil Gorsuch address a case related to Title 42, halting immigration during COVID. He brings to light the overreach by state and local governments with mandated masking, closing of churches, lock-downs and more. He lays it all out and presents the truth. What can we learn from this going forward?
Working through David and Tim’s stack of good news articles on this Good News Friday, first we look at the pro life rally turnout at the capitol of Maine, A recap from Tuesday’s episode with Carroll Conley. It appears that there is a rise in the pro life movement in Oregon, as well. After San Antonio, Texas attempted to facilitate abortions, legalize marijuana and ban arrests of theft, citizens stepped up and said no. El Paso, Texas declined a climate charter. In Michigan State University, a professor is fired for requiring her students to donate to Planned Parenthood. A Washington state town bans drugs after a spike in overdoses. In St Louis, Missouri there is more evidence that liberal progressive ideas don’t work. All of this and more today on Good News Friday!
The left is pushing gender transition surgeries onto any kid who claims to feel like the opposite gender. They don’t want parents to stand in the way. The medical industry is incentivized to stand with the left by the large amounts of money to be gained. These are permanent mutilations that result in sterilization. Mat Staver from Liberty Counsel is on with us today to discuss the situation. There is push-back, but will it be enough?
Today, we have Frank Gaffney from Center for Security Policy on to talk to us about the World Health Organization. The WHO is taking over not just our national sovereignty but our personal sovereignty and liberties. The Biden administration wants their policy to become our law. With policies such as forced vaccinations and vaccine passports, where will this end? What can we do about it?
Today, we have Daniel Horowitz on to discuss what a hospital in West Virginia has suggested to do to workers who refuse the COVID vaccine. They are singling out their employees who wish to keep the dangerous jab out of their bodies. This attack against personal liberties isn’t just happening here. It is still on the table for schools and government. What can we do to protect our liberties from these tyrannical entities?
Today is Good News Friday! We start off with the history of Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves, followed by more good news from David and Tim’s stack, including more news related to the updated House rules. Now there is more time for bills to be reviewed and congressmen and congresswomen on the House floor can propose amendments to bills. The New York Supreme Court strikes down vaccine mandates for healthcare workers. In Massachusetts, physician assisted suicide is now banned. And in West Virginia, women are now protected from men who want to participate in their sports. All of this and much more today on Good News Friday!�
There is a religious liberty case in Oregon involving people losing their jobs over their COVID vaccination status. For refusing to take an experimental vaccine with a questionable track-record these people are facing unemployment. Though our topic is a case in Oregon, it paints the perfect picture of what is happening all over the nation.�