What Can You Do About Election Integrity, Part 2 - With John Graves Of Million Voices: Is there anything you can do to help ensure election integrity? How can we make our elections more secure? What state laws were changed by Democrats that violate the Constitution? How much did "Zuckerboxes" and shadow banning affect the elections? Click the link to hear John Graves explain why your voice matters and exactly how you can use it!
Joe Biden And The Census - With Tony Perkins & Phil King: Why does Biden want to reward sanctuary cities with additional congressional seats and additional federal funding? Could Biden's Executive Order be overturned? How does the census affect the allocation of government resources and political power? Tune in to hear Tony Perkins and Phil King discuss the important issue of redistricting.
It's Election Day - Use Your Voice To Vote Your Biblical Values: Is it really worth standing in a long line just to cast your one vote? Why is it so important to vote in person? What is at stake in the Senate? Do you know what redistricting is all about? What are the battleground states? What do these record-number of voters mean? Where can you go to get excellent election-night coverage? Tune in to get the information you need for this important day!
Religious Freedom And The Elections - With Brad Dacus: Are our Constitutional, religious liberties really hanging in the balance? Have US citizens finally woken up to the fact that elections have consequences on the local level, as well as the national level? When will we get judicial relief from the violation of our First Amendment rights? Will Amy Coney Barrett uphold tyrannical rulings? What can churches do to empower their congregations concerning the elections around the corner?
Can Trump Really Build The Wall: It is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, a special day of the week where we get to answer questions from you, the listeners! Always answering your questions from constitutional principles! Tune in today as we answer your most pressing questions!Â